With tourism beginning slowly in the Middle East and Dubai being one of the trendiest and hippest places, Dubai has introduced a new method to let people know where in the city to eat, shop or stay safely.
"Dubai Assured" is a new security stamp that guests and shoppers can notice when visiting hotels, restaurants, shopping complexes, F&B outlets, and many attractions across the city. This innovative method is an attempt to increase tourism and mark Dubai as one of the safest travel destinations after opening its borders on July 7th.
The Dubai Assured stamp is first validated by Dubai Tourism, Dubai Economy and the City of Dubai, where the place or restaurant undergoes rigorous demonstrations. Once the demonstration is complete, the stamp will be made available to restaurants, hotels, F&B points of sale and tourist attractions.
If you notice the stamp, it corresponds to the fact that the place has been subjected to quality, health checks and protocols that have been determined by the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai.
The stamp is issued free of charge, but should be renewed every 14 days. As part of the “Dubai Assured” program, more than 1000 facilities have already been validated and verified so that they are authorized to accept tourists.
How does the stamp help tourists?
This innovative method from Dubai will assure tourists that they are dining or shopping in a safe place where the risk of developing coronavirus is kept to a minimum.
Helal Saeed Almarri, Director General of Dubai Tourism, said about the stamp "Dubai Assured": "The compliance program that we have implemented with the full support of the economy of Dubai and the city of Dubai across the hospitality industry is not the only evidence for the sequel Efforts are ongoing to further improve health and safety standards, but it is also a confidence-building measure to assure travelers that Dubai is one of the safest travel destinations in the world. "
Tourists visiting Dubai should also follow strict government protocols. All tourists visiting the country must have valid health insurance. Passengers who do not have insurance must bear all quarantine and treatment costs. Anyone flying to Dubai must also take precautions, including wearing face masks, maintaining a social distance of two meters, and washing their hands regularly.
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