The UAE’s Jameel Arts Centre reopens amid lockdown restrictions
DUBAI: Dubai’s contemporary art institution Jameel Arts Centre will reopen its doors to visitors on June 3.
Guests are asked to book a two-hour slot in advance of their visit to help monitor the capacity and abide to social distancing within the centre.
In accordance with UAE regulations, visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask and they will have their temperatures checked before entering the creative space.
Jameel Arts Centre closed on March 16 in support of the country’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Dubai has, last week, eased lockdown restrictions on residents. The country has so far reported 35,192 coronavirus cases, 18,338 of which recovered.