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COVID-19: Dubai residents return to favourite hot spots as life begins to get back to normal

COVID-19: Dubai residents return to favourite hot spots as life begins to get back to normal
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As the lockdown lifting continues and the green-light having been given for the reopening of gyms, movie theaters and other non-essential businesses, Dubai residents are beginning to take to the streets once again as life slowly starts to come back to normal. Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News
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As the Dubai government has lifted restrictions on businesses including retail and wholesale establishments to reopen - albeit at varying limited capacities - people have jumped at the chance to resume life as they used to know it. Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News
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That said, social distance protocols must still be adhered to along with the continued use of PPE until the danger has totally cleared. Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News
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With the temperatures continuing to climb, a nice, cold refreshing drink is on the agenda for this couple enjoying the sights of the reopened Jumeirah Beach Residence. Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News
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With Dubai Municipality announcing public beaches would reopen, residents didn';t need telling twice that their favourite hot spots were ready to welcome them back once again... Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News
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A group seen taking an evening stroll in City Walk, Dubai. The emirate, with a population of over 3 million people, is the UAE’s commercial capital, and following several months of lockdown, everyone is keen for life to resume normality. Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News
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The open, design-inspired neighbourhood in the heart of Dubai is accustomed to handling far more than three sightseers and hopefully it won';t be long when it is bustling once again... Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News
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It is odd to see it so empty what with hundreds of exclusive shops, restaurants and leisure activities set among 34 low-rise residential buildings, but the signs of life returning are there... Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News
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Conceptualised by the world’s best designers, City Walk has been a hit with residents of Dubai due to the sheer variety of entertainment, food and leisure on offer. Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News
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The tree-lined avenues and stunning collection of contemporary street art murals has helped to make it one of the most popular spots in town. Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News
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From all kinds of eateries, entertainment spaces, and high-end retailers, there is something for everyone and with lockdown measures being eased it won';t be long before throngs of residents return. Image Credit: Virendra Saklani/Gulf News
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Vehicles fill the ever popular Jumeirah Beach Road on the first weekend after restrictions were eased. Image Credit: Virendra Saklani/Gulf News
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Residents head to the open beach in Jumeirah. As a reminder, all beach goers must practice social distancing, and wear face masks at all times except when they go in the water. Image Credit: Virendra Saklani/Gulf News