After closing their doors in March on account of the evolving coronavirus situation, museums in Abu Dhabi will soon reopen to visitors following an announcement by the city’s Department of Culture and Tourism. While attendance will be capped at 40 percent and a plethora of safety measures will be implemented, the reopening is an attempt to help the nation “come together and heal,” according to Saood Al Hosani, acting undersecretary of DCT Abu Dhabi.
Speaking to the challenges of reopening arts and culture hubs in the midst of a city recovering from the pandemic, Al Hosani says “strict measures will be implemented at all our cultural sites and museums which will ensure that visitors will have a high degree of confidence that their health and safety will be of paramount importance when they visit, which means they can enjoy the sites with an enhanced peace of mind.”
While pursuits in the arts may not be suitable to everyone, those seeking adrenaline need not worry. Announcing their highly-anticipated reopening, Yas Marina Circuit will welcome back visitors from June 19. From karting at Yas Kartzone to OpenYAS track days, the Yas Marina Circuit will have something in store for everyone.
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