Dubai Club of Determination is preparing this morning for a gradual return to work, after the club’s administration conducted, last Thursday, in cooperation with the Dubai Health Authority, medical examinations to detect the "new corona virus" for 200 club members and employees who will return to their sports activities.
The Chairman of the Dubai Club of People of Determination, the second Friday of Al-Raqqad, expressed his happiness with the mechanisms of gradual return to practicing sports activity, and he said in press statements, “The initiation of medical exams represents the starting point for the return to exercise of sports activity,” stressing the UAE’s keenness to tackle a virus Corona Novel, by relying on the best health standards and preventive precautions.
In turn, the club's executive director, Majed Al-Osaimi, said that “200 players, members and employees of Dubai Club of People of Determination conducted, last Thursday, medical examinations to detect the virus, in preparation for the return of the practice of activity by 50%, to be followed by the full return and by 100% starting from The middle of next July », expressing his thanks and appreciation to the Dubai Health Authority for its cooperation, the speedy conduct of the required tests, and the concern to protect and protect all club members.
He added: "The return of the members comes in conjunction with full commitment to all precautionary measures to protect against the virus, in addition to the continuous sterilization of all club facilities, the commitment to social spacing, and wearing masks and gloves."
The return of the Dubai Club of People of Determination to practice sports activity, in line with the governmental procedures issued in Dubai, comes with a gradual return to work starting from today at 50%, to complete the full return and by 100% on the fourteenth of next July.
Dr. Yahya Kabbani, the club’s medical director, supervised the conduct of the examinations, who provided the necessary preventive instructions for the return of members, by strengthening precautionary measures to protect from the virus by continuous sterilization of all club facilities, and estimating the proportion of members present to avoid overcrowding and wearing masks and gloves.
Over 200 players, members and staff of the club performed, last Thursday, medical exams, in preparation for return.