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Abu Dhabi Closes Cultural Sites; UAE Suspends Issuing Visas

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In line with precautionary actions to make certain the health and basic safety of guests, the Division of Tradition and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) has made the decision to near pick out cultural web sites in the emirate short-term commencing from Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Shut cultural web sites involve Louvre Abu Dhabi, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Qasr Al Hosn, Tradition Foundation, Al Ain Palace Museum, Al Ain Oasis, Al Jahili Fort and Qasr Al Muwaiji.

“The basic safety and well-staying of our guests and workers is of paramount importance to us,” DCT Abu Dhabi stated in a assertion. “We will update you the moment the cultural web sites resume ordinary functions.”

Other cultural centers, such as Bait Al Oud, Berklee Abu Dhabi, and Al Qatara Artwork Centre will go on working as common supplying artwork courses, with limitations according to health and basic safety actions.

Efficient March 17, the United Arab Emirates has suspended issuing visas, Etihad Airways stories. This does not implement to those holding visas issued prior to 17 March, or to those qualified for visa on arrival or holders of diplomatic passports.

Additionally, Abu Dhabi Global Airport (AUH) closed 1 of its a few terminals on Monday. In a tweet, the airport wrote, “As portion of our continuous efforts to supply exceptional assistance to our airline partners and travellers, we are announcing the closure of Terminal 2 and migrating all current flights to Terminal 1 at AUH.” The airport serves and as the property to Etihad Airways, which operates from Terminal 3.

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