IMG Worlds of Adventure in Dubai, the world’s largest indoor theme park, reopened to the public with strict coronavirus safety measures in place.
The safety measures include the installation of thermal cameras at the site’s entrances and the sanitisation of rides, ticketing counters, prayer rooms, ATMs, and other facilities. Hand sanitisers are placed at the entrance and exit locations of the park’s attractions. Markers are positioned in queues and other areas, reminding visitors to maintain a safe distance from one another. Employees at IMG Worlds of Adventure wear face masks and shields for added protection.
“The health and safety of our guests and team members has always been our top priority,” the park operators said in a statement, adding: “IMG has intensified the cleaning protocol, enforced many extensive deep cleaning and sanitising procedures in the operations SOPs [standard operating procedures] of the park service.”
IMG Worlds of Adventure reopened on July 10 following months of closure as part of Dubai’s measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.