Normally a unique hot-spot of nightlife, the Dubai mightlife dance floors have been gathering dust.
Much like every other country, the need to flatten the curve and save lives superseded the need to go out, listen to music and dance.
With things slowly starting to return to normal, Dubai’s government have allowed places of work to resume business with 100% capacity in workplaces and have allowed beaches, gyms and other recreational venues to get back to some form of normality.
There are of course the new standard of restrictions and social distancing is a matter of law now. Face masks must be worn at all times when out in public but gloves are now optional.
Pools and gyms are now open with hotels slowly starting to open and re-hiring staff.
With Covid case numbers slowly decreasing, the focus is slowly turning towards the Dubai nightlife scene, a place where a large chunk of the nations economy is.
While there are no solid dates set in stone, we are hearing that most venues will be opening within the next month.
We’ll keep you updated with the latest news about the Dubai nightlife scene as we get it.
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