Ras Al Khaimah bans camps to reduce the spread of COVID-19
During its meeting, chaired by Major General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of the Ras Al Khaimah Police, the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Team of Ras Al Khaimah recommended a halt to the establishment of ranches (camps) in wildlife reserves, in light of the precautionary measures to limit the spread of coronavirus, Covid-19.
The team’s recommendation aims to reduce the spread of coronavirus and protect the public’s safety and health, in light of significant public demand for the establishment of ranches and temporary campsites due to the pleasant weather.
Munther Mohammed Al Zaabi, Director-General of the Ras Al Khaimah Municipality and Member of the Team, stressed that the team prioritises the safety of the entire community, which requires everyone’s cooperation in combatting the spread of the virus, noting that violating related decisions will result in legal accountability.
The coming period will witness joint inspection visits by the emirate’s municipality and police to wildlife areas, to verify everyone’s adherence to relevant recommendations, he added.
Organised Glamping camps not affected
The following organised camps are not affected by this decision and guests can continue to enjoy them