Qatar residents can visit these public parks for exercise and sporting activities starting June 15, 2020.
14 June 2020| Last updated on 14 June 2020
Strict health and safety rules must be followed by all who will visit these public facilities.
As the country prepares to begin easing movement and business restrictions under a four-phased plan, eight parks in Qatar is set to re-open from Monday, June 15 for the public to use.
On their official Twitter, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) announced the latest procedures and conditions for entering these eight public parks.
These guidelines and rules have been established to ensure the health and safety of all those who will visit for exercise and sporting activities.
Which parks in Qatar will re-open?
- Al Wakra Public Park
- Al Khor Park
- Al Qutaifiyah Park 66
- Al Shamal City Park
- Al Sailiya Park (Abu Nakhla)
- Al Dafna Park
- Museum Park
- Al Rayyan Park
The parks will be open to the public from 4 am to 9 am and from 4 pm to 10 pm daily.
MME has urged visitors who wish to enter these parks to follow the health and safety measures below:
- Displaying the 'Green' health code on the Ehteraz App
- Temperature assessment at the entrance
- Following the guidelines of security personnel at the parks and co-operating with them
- Maintaining social distance at the park
- Avoid sitting in the parks
- Safely disposing of discarded items at the trash cans
- Maintaining personal and public hygiene standards within and outside the parks
If you have any queries or concerns related to coronavirus in Qatar, you can contact the Ministry's 24-hour toll-free hotline at 16000.
Local authorities have also announced that shopping centre stores across Qatar will be partially opened from June 15 under strict precautionary measures. Shops will remain closed on Fridays and Saturdays.
Mall visitors are restricted to a max 30 per cent of its usual capacity.