Public buses in Abu Dhabi are up and running once more, following a 48-hour sterilisation period.
The news that buses were going to be taken off the roads was announced on Wednesday (April 22).
A Tweet from the UAE's national news agency WAM said it was unknown when the sterilisaiton would be over, however Abu Dhabi Media Office said it hoped the process would only last 48 hours.
And in a Tweet in the early hours of Saturday April 25, the media office said buses would be on roads again from 6am the same day.
.@AbuDhabiDMT has announced the resumption of public bus services today by 6am, after a 48hr sterilisation campaign of public bus services to ensure public health and safety across Abu Dhabiâs transport network. pic.twitter.com/woLvBw3Wpg— Ù ÙØªØ¨ Ø£Ø¨ÙØ¸Ø¨Ù Ø§ÙØ¥Ø¹ÙØ§Ù Ù (@admediaoffice) April 24, 2020
The news comes after a change in the National Sterilisation Programme restrictions during Ramadan. For more information, click here.
While the curfew has now changed, people are still being urged to stay inside. For idea son what to do at home, you can check out Time In section here.