UAE NEWS: Sharjah will reopen wedding halls, event halls from November 1

Those who wish to hold ceremonies or parties at home and in halls or tents need to get permission from the regional council, said a Sharjah government official.

Wedding venues and event halls in Sharjah will reopen from November 1 with strong anti-Covid measures. Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah have already approved the resumption of away-off celebrations and public events in commercial areas, hotels and homes.

Those who wish to hold ceremonies or parties at home and in halls or tents need to get permission from the regional council, said a Sharjah government official.

The Emergency Response Team and the Disaster Management Group (ECDMT) in Sharjah have issued special anti-Covid guidelines for organizing parties and ceremonies in halls, be it families, legal entities or companies. The management of all these centers was provided with a set of guidelines and informed them of its adherence.

The guidelines describe a series of checks, safety precautions and security measures that ensure the safety and well-being of all participants in such events.

Hall administrators should notify those wishing to organize ceremonies of these precautionary measures and issue instructions to follow the guidelines.

To hold a community event at home, permission is required from the nearest city council.

He stressed that the authorities would strengthen the monitoring of these institutions to ensure that anti-Covid measures were not followed. “Appropriate action will be taken against non-compliant organizations.”

‘This step will reduce costs’

Many locals believed that the move to reopen wedding venues and event halls would help reduce costs and costs, as a limited number of guests would be allowed at events.

Salim Humaid Al Kutbi, who has delayed his wedding ceremonies “many times” due to the epidemic, said he planned to invite 500 guests, but only 50 people were allowed. Food, drinks and other items brought to the event will be significantly reduced which will ensure greater savings. ”

Salma Al Aleem, another Sharjah resident, said she plans to reduce the number of guests at her event, which will reduce costs.

One Al Dhaid groom said he had chosen to host the wedding ceremonies in two tents, instead of the wedding hallts.

Those affiliated with hotels and halls expressed their delight with the resumption of celebratory events. They said the move would go a long way in restoring their business after it was suspended for months due to the epidemic.

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