UAE's Covid-19 warriors can now enjoy a free visit to Abu Dhabi's Umm Al Emarat Park, along with discounts on select food and beverage outlets.
"UAE's frontline healthcare professionals will be granted 10 complimentary entry tickets to the park, valid until the end of this year, in addition to a 25 per cent discount at select food and beverage (F&B) outlets as a gesture of gratitude for their services during the Covid-19 pandemic," the park said.
Healthcare professionals can avail the discount at a number of restaurants and cafes in the park, including M?venpick Ice Cream (valid for a period of three months following the park's opening date), Green For Life, Pinza, Otaku, The Guilt Free Cafe and Farmers Bistro upon opening at the Park, and until the end of the year.
All registered doctors and nurses in the UAE are eligible for the offer. All they have to do is show their proof of employment to the park's security at the main gate and the respective F&B outlets.
Rasha Kablawi, head of Umm Al Emarat Park's corporate affairs and communications department, said: "Umm Al Emarat Park is incredibly grateful for the steadfast commitment of frontline healthcare workers in the UAE who have been working tirelessly and sacrificing their personal time to protect the health and safety of the wider community during these uncertain times. These exceptional circumstances called for everyone to stand together, and while no gesture will ever be enough to give back to our frontline workers, this is the Park's small token of appreciation. This special offer to our healthcare workers would not have been possible without the support of our partners."
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