The UAE comes bearing good news as the Chief Executive of Emirates Airlines announced that Dubai will open up for business visitors and tourists next month.
The announcement was initially made by the Emirate’s media team quoting the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management.
This is coming after speculations that Dubai’s economy is taking a toll. However, Dubai is set to open up on the 7th of July
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saheed Al Maktoum made this known on his Twitter account. He is also the president of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and the chairman of Dubai Airports.
In a video he posted, Dubai is launching an open campaign, so that its economic mainstay can continue to thrive.
Dubai is Open. We are ready to welcome business visitors and tourists to our city and country in July. pic.twitter.com/Q91vbEEidf
— HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (@HHAhmedBinSaeed) June 22, 2020
This seems the best economic decision to make, but its aftermath on their health sector cannot be ascertained right now. There is a list of protocols for travellers to follow…
“Travellers must stringently comply with preventive measures and safety procedures put in place by Dubai and destination countries,” the report said.
From the economic angle, this is a bounceback that will serve to boost the perceived healing process of Dubai’s economy.