Cinemas In Abu Dhabi To Reopen With Limited Capacity

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

07th Mar, 2021. 01:03 am
Cinemas In Abu Dhabi To Reopen With Limited Capacity

In the United Arab Emirates, it has been decided to reopen the cinema with a capacity of 30% following the precautionary measures taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

According to Arab media, Abu Dhabi’s Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee approved the closure of the cinema in February.

Officials stated that no adjoining seats will be allocated except for members of the same family.

All cinema sets must be cleaned between showtimes and at least 20 minutes between screenings to facilitate the cleaning process.

The UAE has seen an increase in new cases of corona since the beginning of this year. The main reason for this is the influx of tourists during the holidays.
It may be recalled that the total number of victims of the virus in the United Arab Emirates has reached 45,277.

During the last 24 hours, more than 242,742 tests have been performed on Corona with the help of modern diagnostic tools.

Note that the vaccine developed by the Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinopharm for “Covid-19” was officially registered in the UAE, according to an announcement by the UAE Ministry of Health.

This step has been taken at the request of the said Chinese company. The decision reflects the confidence of UAE health officials in the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.

The UAE Ministry of Health had reviewed the results of the third phase of the vaccine experiment by the Chinese company Sinoform. According to these results, the effectiveness of this vaccine against covid-19 is 86%.

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