Dolomite Beach in Manila Bay Reopens to the Public

Dolomite Beach is open again

DOLOMITE BEACH – The man-made attraction in Manila Bay was reopened to the public on Saturday, October 16.

Dolomite Beach
Photo credit to the owner

It was opened again on the first day the quarantine status of Metro Manila was downgraded from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3.

A lot of people went to the beach early to see for themselves the controversial attraction. They brought their phones and cameras with them to take photos of the newly opened spot.

In order to maintain minimum health protocols, police were displaced in the area.

According to the report of GMA News, only 300 to 500 individuals at a time will be allowed on Dolomite Beach.

Previously, visitors could only stay for at least five minutes but this time, people could stay for as long as they want, provided only 300 to 500 individuals at a time.

Visitors are required to wear face masks and face shields upon entering the premises. On the other hand, it’s not a requirement to get vaccinated first before going to the man-made attraction.

Unfortunately, no food and drinks are allowed inside Dolomite Beach but kids will be allowed in accordance with the rules of the Inter-Agency Task Force.

Dolomite Beach in Manila Bay will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and a few hours in the afternoon until 6 p.m.

To recall, the man-made attraction was heavily criticized for costing millions and coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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