Ajman DED reopen several businesses in the Emirate.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff reporter
A number of conditions and guidelines have been put by Ajman Department of Economic Development (DED) to reopen several businesses in the Emirate, including shopping malls, restaurants, coffee shops, companies, and offices, in coincidence with the holy month of Ramadan.
The reopening decision was put for individuals to secure their essential needs without breaking precautionary measures in place.
To this effect, DED issued the Guide on “Guidelines & Protocols for Reopening of Economic Activities” with a view to ensuring the safety and health of community and avoiding the disruption of efforts to confront COVID-19.
The DED calls upon establishments to strictly implement and observe these conditions in preparation for the date of official announcement of start of such activities.
Students of Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman, have volunteered their services to support the fight against the global pandemic COVID-19. A total of 26 student volunteers registered for participation.
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, the Ruler’s Representative of Administrative & Financial Affairs, and the Chairman of the Department of Economic Development, took part on Thursday in the intensive and ongoing inspection campaign of the markets and points of sale in the Emirate.
As part of the government’s continuous efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development has launched a drive to disinfect petrol stations located on the highways of the Emirate of Ajman.
The typing centres affirmed that the entry permit application was activated since last Friday and covered all types of residence visas, noting that the holder of a UAE residence visa who stayed abroad for more than 6 months can apply for the entry permit.
Jabal Jais in Ras Al Khaimah recorded the lowest temperature of 1.9°C at 4:15 am on Sunday. Jabal Al Rahba in RAK also recorded 4.2°C. and Jabal Mabrah recorded 4.6 °C, while Rukna in the city of Al Ain in Abu Dhabi, recorded 6.7°C.
The court indicated that he based his claim on a copy of the medical report, which was not sufficient to prove that the injury occurred as a result of work.