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The Sharjah Economic Development Department (SEDD) has shut down a number of ladies and gentlemen's salons in the emirate due to the violation of precautionary measures put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
The SEDD carried out several inspections in the various regions of Sharjah during the current situation.
The authorities have laid down conditions, that is wearing medical masks and gloves by staff and visitors, booking appointment for service, apart from sanitising the centre and salon continuously to ensure the safety and health of the public.
The SEDD said that it would not tolerate any establishment or activity that did not adhere to the procedures and conditions issued by the Health Ministry.
The SEDD stressed on the importance of full cooperation from all to achieve the desired goals to protect society in the current conditions.
The campaign spreads reassurance among people, and to guarantee that there are no violations, which might cause a risk to public health.
The SEDD urged the members of the public to refer any case to them that violates the precautionary measures by calling: 80080000: reporting the incident on its social account @Sharjaheconomic, and the consumer protection website www.sedd.ae
The municipality has circulated these updated measures to all salons and beauty centers in both Arabic and English. Municipality inspectors have clarified these measures and explained them to the workers in the facilities and warn them of the need to adhere to the rules.
DoH urged the public to rely only on official sources when dealing with all news related to the novel virus.
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