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Kaz Crossley spends the day on the beach as bars are forced to shut in Dubai

Love Island’s Kaz Crossley sizzles in a blue bikini as she spends the day on the beach after bars were forced to shut amid rising Covid cases in Dubai

Kaz Crossley revealed she was spending the afternoon on the beach after bars and restaurants in Dubai were force to shit amid a spike in coronavirus cases.

The Love Island star, 27, posed up a storm in a tie-dye blue bikini as she shared a new post to Instagram on Tuesday, hours after the new rules were introduced.

The reality personality styled her beach look with a matching sarong and wore her blonde locks in bouncy curls while posing for the fun boomerang clip.

Still living it up! Kaz Crossley revealed she was spending the afternoon on the beach after bars and restaurants in Dubai were force to shit amid a spike in coronavirus cases

Kaz appeared to be going make-up free in the clip as she showcased her naturally radiant complexion, while accessorising with delicate jewellery.

Earlier in the day, Kaz revealed she had been keeping busy with a training session at the gym, which have remained opened amid the changes to the hospitality sector.

While listening to house music in the gym, Kaz wrote: ‘Work out done. Now I’m just gonna lie here, close my eyes and pretend I’m in DC10’, in reference to a club.

Dubai has forced all of its pubs and bars to close after a surge in Covid-19 cases at the influencer-packed destination since the start of the New Year.

The sheikhdom also ordered restaurants and cafes to close by 1am, as well as instituted crowd limits on cinemas, hotels, shopping centres and other destinations.

Beach babe: The Love Island star, 27, posed up a storm in a tie-dye blue bikini as she shared a new post to Instagram on Tuesday, hours after the new rules were introduced

Beach babe: The Love Island star, 27, posed up a storm in a tie-dye blue bikini as she shared a new post to Instagram on Tuesday, hours after the new rules were introduced

Beach babe: The Love Island star, 27, posed up a storm in a tie-dye blue bikini as she shared a new post to Instagram on Tuesday, hours after the new rules were introduced

The move will come as a blow for British influencers such as Kaz, who remained in the country after a travel ban was introduced last Friday.

Since Britain’s third national lockdown began last month, reality stars have been pictured sunning themselves in the Gulf state, but insist they are out there to work.  

Laura Anderson, Molly-Mae Hague, Maura Higgins, Amber Davies, Georgia Harrison and Kady McDermott were among those to jet off before the third national lockdown. 

Chilled: The reality personality styled her beach look with a matching sarong and wore her blonde locks in bouncy curls while posing for the fun boomerang clip

Chilled: The reality personality styled her beach look with a matching sarong and wore her blonde locks in bouncy curls while posing for the fun boomerang clip

Celebrities who have uploaded photos which appear to show them in Dubai in recent weeks include The Only Way Is Essex’s James Lock and Yazmin Oukhellou. 

The decision comes after Dubai insisted as recently as last week that ‘we can confidently say the current situation is under control’. 

While the restrictions likely will affect Dubai’s vital tourism sector, countries already have taken a hard line on travel to the emirate.

The United Kingdom, a major tourism source for the UAE, already has stopped flights to the country over concerns about coronavirus variants there.

Dubai also urged the public to report those violating coronavirus rules to the police.

Working out: Earlier in the day, Kaz revealed she had been keeping busy with a training session at the gym, which have remained opened amid the changes to the hospitality sector

Working out: Earlier in the day, Kaz revealed she had been keeping busy with a training session at the gym, which have remained opened amid the changes to the hospitality sector

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