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The UAE has implemented a new national safety law designed to restrict the transmission of COVID-19.
The new law is a part of the government’s ‘Stay Home' initiative.
A hefty fine of Dhs100,000 and jail sentence of up 6 months have been announced for the violators of new law.
The new law comes under the purview of the regulations laid out by the National Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) and has to be followed during all emergencies, crises.
Dubai Economy also urged everyone to report any non-compliance to the precautionary guidelines through the Dubai Consumer app available on the Apple and Google stores, by calling 600545555, or by visiting the Consumerrights.ae website.
"Staying at home also allows the emergency services to do their job whilst also protecting people from contracting the virus," the pre-hospital emergency care provider said.
Al Zaabi said,” The fine will be doubled for those found to be repeating the violation. Third time offenders will be subject to a legal action and could face imprisonment for a period of up to six months or a fine of no less than 100,000.”
According to new law in case the patient sustains a serious injury as a result of the bad treatment, the person causing this will be punished with imprisonment for at least 1 year and a fine of at least Dhs100,000 and not more than Dhs200,000 or one of these.
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