Coronavirus in UAE: Public and private sector workers told to work from home

Coronavirus in UAE: Public and private sector workers told to work from home
Coronavirus in UAE: Public and private sector workers told to work from home

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A woman walks by a closed shop in amid measures to curb the spread of coronavirus. AFP

People walk past a pharmacy in Dubai amid measures to curb the spread of coronavirus. AFP

A man walks by closed shops in Dubai amid measures to curb the spread of coronavirus. AFP

Closed shops at the Utensil Souq in Deira, Dubai. Pawan Singh / The National

Mohamed Nader, 25, digital marketing manager, works from his home in Sharjah, UAE. Nader says that 'the most negative thing about working at home is that you do not see people and communicate with people like drinking coffee with colleagues, But there are some positives points from home such as organising work time and not wasting time in side conversations that have nothing to do with work'. EPA

Sherine Thabet, 28, Creative Copywriter, works from her home in Sharjah, UAE. Thabet says that 'I miss my office and the relationships between my colleagues, I cannot move from where I am to talking or drinking coffee with a friend, this is the most negative thing about working at home. But there are some positives points to working at home such as the brainstorming sessions have become more effective and more organised, I have suggested to my company that we can work from home for one day every week after the crisis ends'. EPA

Ahmed Barakat, 25, graphic designer, works from his home in Sharjah, UAE. Barakat says that 'the most negative thing about working at home when you are in a shared house, there is not enough space to make your own place to work from, so you have to work on the bed, which sometimes causes laziness, But there are some positives points to working at home such as to be free to wear any clothes and to be in a comfortable place for you'. EPA

Workers disinfect bins in Jumeirah, Dubai. Chris Whiteoak / The National

A sign at Al Qudra cycle path warns people about cycling in groups. Chris Whiteoak / The National

A woman wearing a face mask walks to Sharaf DG metro station, Dubai. Chris Whiteoak / The National

A view of the empty Dubai Mall after shutdown, in Dubai. EPA

A view of the empty Dubai Mall after shutdown, in Dubai. EPA

A view of an empty restaurant at Dubai Mall after shutdown, in Dubai. EPA

A view of the empty Dubai Mall after shutdown, in Dubai. EPA

A Tadweer sanitary worker sprays a kiddie play area at the Family Park, Corniche, with disinfectants to counter the spread of the coronavirus. Victor Besa / The National

Reduced traffic in downtown Abu Dhabi, as people are encouraged to stay home and prevent the spread of coronavirus in the UAE.. Victor Besa / The National

A woman walks with children in the empty Al Furjan area in Dubai, as people are encouraged to stay home.. Pawan Singh / The National

A herd of camel grazes in Dubai, where all the traditional camel races have stopped. Karim Sahib / AFP

Beaches are closed in Ajman as people are encouraged to stay home. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Lifeguards patrol an empty Jumeirah Beach in Dubai. Chris Whiteoak / The National

A man wearing a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Ajman. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Grounded Emirates passenger aircraft lined up at Dubai International's Terminal 3. Christopher Pike / Bloomberg

Only cargo flights and emergency services bringing Emiratis home from abroad remain in operation as of Wednesday. Karim Sahib / AFP

Clear skies and light traffic are seen in Abu Dhabi. Victor Besa / The National

Exercise and play areas in Dubai's Mudon community are closed off. Reem Mohammed / The National

Men wear a face masks on the beach front in Ajman. Chris Whiteoak / The National

The China Court section of Ibn Battuta Mall in Dubai stands almost empty. Pawan Singh / The National

A herd of camel grazes in Dubai, where all the traditional camel races have stopped. AFP

Workers tend to an empty Meydan Racecourse following the decision to postpone the Dubai World Cup. AFP

A Dubai Metro train departs Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport. Christopher Pike / Bloomberg

A man wearing a protective mask stands at a racetrack overlooking Dubai. AFP

The main entrance to Dubai Mall stands empty after the decision to close all malls on Monday. Supermarkets inside malls remain open 24-hours per day. AFP

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