Residents or tourists visiting Dubai restaurants, hotels, shops or attractions will soon start to notice a new stamp and sticker that reads "Dubai Assured".
What is it? On Saturday, Dubai launched a programme to assure residents and tourists that an establishment has implemented all the necessary public health protocols for the prevention and management of Covid-19.
A verification and validation process has been put in place by the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism), Department of Economic Development (Dubai Economy) and Dubai Municipality, after which an establishment will be issued a Dubai Assured stamp.
It is a visual mark reassuring guests that safety and hygiene measures prescribed by the authorities have been complied with across hotels, attractions, shops, malls, restaurants, bars and leisure and entertainment destinations. The establishments can feature this stamp of assurance in their communications with customers.
Source: The National
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