Restaurants – a savior in Dubai for weddings

Restaurants – a savior in Dubai for weddings

Since Dubai allows wedding receptions and social events to resume in hotels, rooms, residences, tents and venues, certain strict regulations have been placed in place by the authorities to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

As one of the safety precautions, weddings or social events in restaurants, tents and halls may have a maximum capacity of 200 guests, while a maximum of 30 people can be accommodated in houses, according to the law of one person per four square meters of venue area.

The authorities in Dubai have emphasized that they need to follow a list of guidelines. Attendees are expected to wear face masks at all hours, and only when sitting at their tables will they remove them. Per seat, a limit of five guests are permitted.

Guests should stop being seated face-to-face and maintain a space between each other of more than 1.5 meters. It is important to position tables at least two meters away from each other. Stop shaking your hands, embracing and embracing. In rooms, portable venues, residences and tents, the length of the wedding does not exceed four hours.

For their welfare, aged people and others with chronic illnesses should be urged not to attend. Any person with symptoms such as coughing or fever must refrain from attending the operation.

The Dubai Supreme Committee on Crisis and Emergency Management has stipulated that for lack of compliance with the law, violators will be held responsible.

A Dh50,000 fine is available to the host, according to the rule, if more than 30 guests are allowed in the building. A Dh15,000 fine will also be imposed on attendees. In order to ensure that people comply with the recommendations and precautionary steps, monitoring drives at venues will be carried out.

In accordance with His Highness Shaikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai’s message that “everyone is accountable,” the Dubai authorities have urged people attending weddings and events to comply with precautionary steps to help curb COVID-19.

They pointed to the significance of collaboration between families in the execution of safety measures. In all these challenges the best Indian fine dining restaurants in Dubai ensure perfect wedding and other events with perfect SOPs. You may also get complimentary best cocktails in Dubai on your big day.