Dubai are to allow all public sector employees to return to work from their offices by June 14 as the Middle East business hub eases restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

The emirate are continuing with its ‘gradual return to normal life with intensified precautionary measures’ with Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Dubai’s Crown Prince tweeting the following:

Dubai has also announced that it will reduce the nightly movement curbs and allowed businesses such as cinemas and gyms to reopen earlier this week.

Saudi Arabia stated that it would be lifting the suspension which banned all private sector employees from returning to their offices as it initiates its three-phase plan to have life return to normal. However private sector companies will have to abide by preventative and precautionary measures.