Abu Dhabi's museums and cultural sites have a set of guidelines to follow to make sure they can reopen.
The Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT) has put a series of stringent measures in place for all sites.
Inspectors will visit each venue before approving the relaunch.
Museums and cultural sites were closed alongside most other public places in the capital in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Abu Dhabi Media Office announced the guidelines for the sites in a tweet.
.@dctabudhabi has issued regulations for opening museums and cultural sites, with preventative measures for the health & safety of visitors & employees that include not exceeding 40% of the facilityÃ¢ÂÂs capacity, wearing masks & gloves and regular sterilisation of each facility. pic.twitter.com/2WOArQPpMx— ÃÂ ÃÂÃÂªÃÂ¨ ÃÂ£ÃÂ¨ÃÂÃÂ¸ÃÂ¨ÃÂ ÃÂ§ÃÂÃÂ¥ÃÂ¹ÃÂÃÂ§ÃÂ ÃÂ (@admediaoffice) June 15, 2020
They include social distancing measures, glass partitions installed where possible, sterilisers and thermal detection devices at entrances, and a maximum visit time of three hours.
All staff must have daily and periodic temperature checks and cannot return to work unless they've tested negative for COVID-19, the facilities must be cleaned regularly, all touch screens must be removed and guides must be digital rather than printed.
The total number of people inside must not exceed 40 percent of each site's capacity, staff must wear masks and gloves and there must be an isolation room for any suspected cases.
In addition, all activities, workshops, classes or other group activities cannot take place.
When places start reopening, we'll be bringing you a list of where you can visit, so keep an eye on www.timeoutabudhabi.com.