With just a few hours left to mark the onset of New Year 2021 celebrations, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai has revised the timings of its companies from December 31, 2020 until January 2, 2021. The world’s tallest constructing, Burj Khalifa, is the epicentre of New Year celebrations yearly however not like the earlier years when the metros main as much as the Dubai Mall or the Burj Khalifa metro station have been stopped to divert the group from a distance, the tram will function continuous from 6am on December 31 until 1am on January 2.
However, given the continued Covid-19 pandemic, the guests flocking Downtown Dubai will likely be required to put on face masks all by the night time and at all areas as a precautionary measure. Though a whole sanitization of the world has been accomplished forward of the gala occasion, hand sanitiser stations may even be out there at every gate of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard.
The QR code for the general public at Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard is black. This QR code would be the customer’s entry to Downtown Dubai on New Year’s Eve and could be availed by registeration by way of the U By Emaar app, freed from cost. The space will likely be dotted with tents for first assist, lost-and-found help whereas entry to ambulances may even be supplied to those that present the QR code and entry the viewing areas in Downtown Dubai by any of the 5 gates erected.
The QR code color is darkish crimson for Dubai Opera, gold for resort friends, gentle blue for eating places and eateries and each visitor attending the NYE gala should have one in every of six colors of the QR code.
Watch the dwell streaming of the spectacular gentle present at Burj Khalifa right here:
With the catastrophic 12 months that 2020 has been, an necessary a part of the New Year 2021’s celebrations will give attention to sending good needs to all and hoping that the approaching 12 months brings alongside solely well being, happiness, good luck, victories and much-awaited reunions for everybody.
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