|17 March, 2020

Covid-19: Dubai Frame temporarily closed, sanitisation steps being taken

A video shows how the monument is being cleaned and sanitised.

People walk as the Dubai Frame, a new tourist attraction, is seen in Dubai, UAE January 18, 2018. Picture taken January 18, 2018.

People walk as the Dubai Frame, a new tourist attraction, is seen in Dubai, UAE January 18, 2018. Picture taken January 18, 2018.

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The Dubai Frame, which is temporarily closed following government directives to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, is taking measures to sanitise the venue.

The Dubai Frame has released a new video on its Instagram page showing how the monument is being cleaned and sanitised.

"We are taking all the right measures to ensure the safety of all staff and visitors of Dubai Frame," the caption of the post reads.

"As we are temporarily closed, the team are taking all the required measures to ensure that Dubai Frame is clean and safe."

Multiple destinations of cultural importance were closed throughout the emirate in a bid to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus and ensure public safety.

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