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Gulf Today Report
As part of the efforts to secure public health, Dubai Police have releases a video explaining the precautionary measures required when leaving your homes.
In the video Dubai Police have advised people to take all the precautions necessary to protect oneself from coronavirus.
Video explains all do’s and don’ts one should follow when one steps out of the house.
Dubai Police urges people to adhere to social distancing on road, in public or own transport or in mall and restaurants.
In the video Dubai Police also warn about the fines imposed on the violators.
The Dubai Police busted a private home party for violating the COVID-19 precautionary measures set up by the authorities.
The Dubai Police General Headquarters has emphasised its commitment to monitoring violations of precautionary measures outlined by the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of the community.
The resolution stipulates 15 fines starting from Dhs1,000 for failing to wear medical masks indoors by only those individuals suffering from chronic diseases, and those showing cold and flu symptoms or failing to maintain social distancing
The video read, “In all world languages, our children share a message of thanks and appreciation for all those on the frontline of defence. They also advise you to #StayHome. With regards from Hemaya International Centre, an affiliate of Dubai Police's Anti-Narcotics Department. #HemayaPlatform #YourSecurityOurHappiness…”
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