Dubai: Dubai has launched a program to comply with the accreditation and recognition of hotels, retail establishments, and attractions that have implemented all public health protocols for the prevention and management of Covid-19.
A validation and verification process has been established in cooperation with the Department of Tourism Marketing and Commerce (Dubai Tourism), the Department of Economic Development (Dubai Economy), and the Municipality of Dubai to issue the seal "Dubai Guarantee".
The stamp will be issued to the hotel and retail establishments, food and beverage outlets and tourist attractions that have complied with health and safety guidelines in accordance with the preventive protocols established by the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai.
The specially designed stamp, which will be issued free of charge, will be valid for 15 days. It can be renewed every two weeks after a new verification by the inspectors of the competent authorities.
With the reopening of many public and private facilities and facilities, including beaches, shopping malls, restaurants, swimming pools, golf courses, and the resumption of popular leisure activities such as water sports and camping, the program will cover all major tourist contact points from the city.
More than 1,000 institutions have already been verified for compliance as part of the program, making them eligible to receive the seal.
The seal is a visual signal intended to assure guests that the safety and hygiene measures imposed by the authorities have been complied with at all levels and categories of tourist and resident contact points.
Companies can display this character in their marketing communications. In addition to the usual precautions for social exclusion and the use of masks at all times by guests and employees, Dubai hotels have implemented strict disinfection procedures that cover contact points in lobbies and other areas, including restaurants and pools.
The entrances are equipped with contactless examination equipment for guests. Mall operators use advanced techniques to reduce risk, including the use of scanners and cameras to monitor traffic at entry points.
Dubai Township's public parks and beaches have been reopened with strict guidelines for visitors, while restaurants can serve guests with a reduced seating arrangement and the application of two meters between tables.
The United Arab Emirates recorded 56,711 cases of coronavirus and 338 people have died due to the disease.
Source: Times of India
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