Dubai based Emirates Airline has received approval from UAE authorities to start flying a limited number of passenger flights. The airline will resume operations from 6 April carrying travellers outbound from the UAE.
Distance learning for all public and private schools and higher education institutions will carry on till the end of the academic year.
Hend Al Otaiba, director of strategic communications for the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs took to her personal Twitter account to share how the government is fighting covid-19
Fuel prices for April 2020 have been announced and they are going down significantly in comparison to fuel prices in March 2020.
In light of the unprecedented situation as a result of coronavirus COVID-19 and the suspension of many economic activities, the Dubai government has announced new measures to support businesses operating in free zones to help them as they face economic challenges.
First Abu Dhabi Bank [FAB] has said it will provide laptops worth AED 5 million to students in the UAE, according the UAE National News Agency.
In a bid to protect public healthy and safety, all commercial centres and shopping malls will be closed for two weeks.
With a rise in home deliveries recently due to many people working from home and reducing social contact, delivery company Talabat has announced it will be waiving its delivery fees.
The UAE has suspended the entry of all valid visa holders who are currently out of the country, for a renewable period of two weeks effective noon 19th March.
To support the government initiative in rolling out distance learning, Pearson Global Schools will be offering free access to ActiveLearn, an online teaching and learning platform, across all primary and secondary subjects.
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