Lulu Global Group revealed today that a number of its commercial centres will reopen its doors and receive shoppers again starting next week.

The head of marketing and communications in the Lulu Group, which operates 15 commercial centres affiliated with the group Nandakumar, told “Emirates Today” that the group is currently making final preparations in preparation for the opening of a number of its commercial centres during the next week.

He noted that the opening will come after obtaining the approval of the Department of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi, noting that the group is fully committed to the requirements set by the Abu Dhabi government before the opening of the commercial centres.

Line Investment and Real Estate announced earlier today that, in line with the directives of the competent authorities, shopping centres in Abu Dhabi began preparing to receive shoppers again. In the context of this, the shopping centres carried out a complete and comprehensive cleaning and sterilization operations and installed temperature meters in full swing to ensure a safe and infection-free environment.

Wajib Al Khouri, Director of Line Investment and Real Estate Company WLL It is the real estate arm of Lulu International Group, which works to manage, operate and develop more than 15 leading commercial centres such as Al Wahda Mall, Khalidiyah Mall, Mushrif Mall. “We work closely with various government agencies and authorities. To implement the highest health and safety standards. To clean and sterilize every point, angle and corner in our malls in order to ensure the safety of our customers and our employees.

Another major step that we have taken care of is to carry out medical examinations for the mall’s employees and tenants in coordination with SEHA in the centres designated for testing the new Coronavirus (COVID-19). We examined more than 5,000 employees so far, and Mr Wajib Al-Khouri added: “We thank all members of society for all their commitment and support, I urge them to follow all safety measures such as social spacing, wearing masks and gloves whenever they go shopping.”

Line Investment & Real Estate Company LLC It is authorized to manage the shopping centres of Lulu International Group, whose activities extend throughout the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council

The Department of Economic Development in Abu Dhabi directed directors and owners of commercial centres in Abu Dhabi on April 23 to make a series of preparations in preparation for the reopening of commercial centres on specific terms and taking into account a set of precautionary measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

The circular, of which the UAE obtained a copy today, stipulates that commercial centres be opened from 12 noon to 9 pm except for pharmacies, exchange, and the supermarket.
It also stipulated the restriction of some commercial activities such as cinema, entertainment centres and sports clubs, the closure of public seating areas and chapels, and the reduction of the capacity to 30% and not allowing those over the age of 60 to enter.

The circular also stipulated that restaurants operate with a maximum capacity of 30% and allow a maximum of four people per table with a distance of two and a half meters between tables.

The circular stipulated mandatory masks and gloves and urged shoppers to bring their bags, manage parking lots, reduce capacity by half, stop parking services and car wash, prevent their temperatures from exceeding 38 degrees of entry and periodic sterilization to delay malls and points that shoppers touch and encourage the use of electronic payment systems.

The circular also stated that the elevators are open for people with special needs only for a maximum of two people and to specify signs on the stairs to ensure social spacing and disruption of touch screens and provision of paramedics staff around the clock.

The circular stipulated special procedures for the tenants, foremost of which is examining the temperature of employees daily upon entry and monitoring them during the hours of the day, sterilizing the stores daily and daily, and controlling the crowding of the store so that it does not exceed a person every 5 square meters, and it is not allowed to replace and redeem and sterilize the shopping carts before and after use and restrict some Commercial activities such as experimenting with cosmetic tools, closing the measurement rooms, as well as sterilizing restaurants, adopting disposable tableware and providing sterilizers at the payment box, provided that hair and nail salons services are provided only, with customers receiving appointments and taking into account the spacing Flashy.

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Dilnaz Shaikh
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