Influencer in Dubai brings anger to followers

Influencer Mia Sully gets the wind from the front, because of her holiday behavior in Dubai. When she asked her followers in her Instagram story the question of which resort would be the best resort in the Maldives, many of them fell into the wrong throat.

According to The Sun, Sully โ€” with 172,000 Instagram followers โ€” would have raised the demand because of the travel ban imposed by Dubai due to the rising contamination rate in the Emirates. Because during the pandemic, influencers have been stranded in Dubai – because the country closed its borders – Sully decides to look for the sun elsewhere.

, She knows that she can not return to England. Now she plans to leave for the Maldives,โ€ a follower responds.

,, F*** my life. This is the worst showout on Instagram. What do you have to say about this?โ€ , someone else reacts again.

It will not be bad there too. Due to its white beaches and the clear blue sea, the archipelago is immensely popular among tourists.

According to the Daily Star, the United Arab Emirates wants to close all bars and clubs in Dubai to curb the city‘s rising corona numbers. A spokesman for the Government of Dubai argues that the city’s increasing coronac figures are mainly related to the violation of the measures.

For both British and Dutch influencers, Dubai has been a wonderful haven to forget the pandemic. Now a week after the United Kingdom has decided to put the United Arab Emirates on the ‘red list’ – which would make direct flights from that country no longer possible – they decide to take the virus more seriously in the Emirates as well.

Although the pandemic has rather settled in the Emirates, they will continue to welcome tourists, provided they carry a negative PCR test with them. Currently, the country is busy vaccinating the population.