Children between two and 12 need face masks in Abu Dhabi public spaces

Here are the new safety rules

Children between two and 12 need face masks in Abu Dhabi public spaces

From Wednesday June 25 children under the age of 12 are now able to visit shopping malls, restaurants and shops in Abu Dhabi.

Age restrictions have been eased as the National Sterilisation Programme has now ended.



According to new regulations, children over the age of two must wear face masks in public spaces.

Children under the age of two are not required to wear a mask.

Maintaining a safe social distance and following all safety protocols must also be observed by people in public.

For the list of shopping malls in Abu Dhabi that are now open, click here.

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