A deserted Sharjah-Dubai road during the national Sterilisation Programme.
The Ministry of Interior decided to suspend all work vehicle permits, software and applications including the Federal Movement permits service at the federal and local levels.
This decision comes within the framework of the Ministry's ongoing efforts to review, evaluate and update all preventive and precautionary measures to meet the challenge of coronavirus in a manner that achieves the public interest in coordination with all concerned authorities.
The Ministry calls upon the public to remain in their homes throughout the period of the national sterilization and not go out except for the purchase food and medicines or for health necessity or work from the vital sector categories, that include the energy sector, the communications sector, the health sector, the education sector, the security sector, the police sector, the military sector, and the postal sector, the shipping sector, the pharmaceutical sector, the water and food sector, the civil aviation sector, the airports sector, the passports sector, the financial and banking sector, the government media sector.
“When we checked the vehicle data in the federal traffic system, it turned out that the driver committed 1,200 overspeeding violations and 51 violations under ‘Wanted for impoundment,’ with a total value of Dhs1,158,000.”
Children playing in the area noticed the fire and informed the authorities.
Customers are requested to use smart apps to renew their expired registration, irrespective of fines, impoundment, black points and technical inspection.
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