Dubai's global village to reopen adhering to COVID-19 protocols

Dubai's global village to reopen adhering to COVID-19 protocols

Social distancing will be in effect across the park.

Intact with thermal screening, complimentary face masks for children, frequent disinfection, contactless payment and hundreds of hand sanitiser stations the safety protocols and strictpreventive measure have been religiously followed ahead of the reopening of Global Village as it opens its doors to the public for its silver jubilee season on October 25.

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Ali AlSuwaidi, Chief Operating Officer at Global Village, was quoted saying to Gulf News: “We are proud of our strong health and safety record and strive to set benchmarks for our industry. We became the first theme park in the world to win the “Sword of Honour” accreditation for safety management excellence from the British Safety Council and continue to work to standards developed alongside international bodies such as the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA). At Global Village, the comfort and wellbeing of our guests drives our operational decisions. We are pleased with our preparations for October 25 as we near completion and look forward to welcoming our guests for our Silver Jubilee season.”
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Social distancing will be in effect across the park. All guests and staff will be wearing face masks. Carnaval rides and games will be operating at reduced capacity and sanitised after every use and park facilities will undergo thorough disinfection every night after closure.

Prime Hospital Clinic will operate inside the park during Season 25 for any medical emergencies. Medical staff are trained to offer PCR tests as an additional service for Global Village guests upon request, according to park management.

Crowds at Global Village will be closely managed and if the park reaches the mandated capacity, the public will be alerted through social media and the new website and mobile app.

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