What Expo 2020 Dubai is doing to keep you safe
Expo is working round the clock to keep visitors safe with COVID-19 precautionary measures
Published: April 19, 2021 13:10
By Sahar Ejaz, Special to Gulf News
Expo 2020 Dubai organisers have been preparing for the event in earnest, not without ensuring every safety measure is in place.
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Dubai (CNN) - For the past year, Expo 2020 Dubai has been busy laying down guidelines and measures for the health and safety of its staff and visitors alike.
The organisers of the event guarantee the public that they are taking every precaution necessary in line with the latest UAE Government guidelines. Expo 2020 has introduced applied technology like robots and Artificial Intelligence or AI to keep contact points to a minimum throughout the site.
Visitors will also find limited queuing that will allow them to maintain a safe distance between others and themselves.
Have a look at how you can enjoy your visit to Expo 2020 knowing that you are in safe hands.
What has Expo done to keep me safe?
The following are the safety measures implemented across the event site
Masks: Visitors must wear face masks at all times.
Sanitary precautions: Hand sanitiser stations are installed at regular intervals across the venue. All Expo common areas and event venues are subject to regular cleaning and sanitisation.
Social distancing: Visitors are to maintain a distance of two meters between themselves.
Medical facilities: Medical personnel and specialist staff are always on standby in case of emergencies. There are also seven first-aid centres onsite open all days of the week.
Vaccinated staff: All employees and their families, as well as event participants have been inoculated against COVID-19 owing to Expo’s internal vaccination program.
Your Al Hosn app can help
With the Al Hosn app, which is sourced from the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention, visitors can track positive contacts around them during their trip.
WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON SIGNS OF COVID-19?
Visitors must practice vigilance when it comes to recognising COVID-19 symptoms. The most common of these are:
• shortness of breath,
• body aches,
• loss of taste or smell,
• sore throat,
• nausea, and