Residents have a fun day at Ajman Museum. File
The protocol outlines all the conditions and requirements that must be adhered to by establishments conducting the above activities in order to ensure the health and safety of community during pandemic, as part of the steps taken by Government of Ajman to return to normal life.
Abdullah Ahmad Alhamrani, Assistant Director-General for Economic Registration and Control Affairs, underlined the need for establishments to adhere to such requirements that entail the mandatory coronavirus testing for all workers to ensure they are COVID-19 free, wearing face masks at all times, and maintaining safe distance both for workers and visitors.
He also highlighted the importance of temperature screening of all workers or visitors before entering the establishment and the constant sanitisation of establishment’s premises and all frequently used equipment and devices.
A copy of the protocol is available in Arabic and English on www.ajmanded.ae or by contacting Government Call Centre on 80070.
The Ajman Police provided urgent car for an Asian worker who was suffering from symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath.
Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi stated that the UAE’s leadership is exerting all possible efforts to set up advanced coronavirus testing centres and is keen to protect the health of the country’s citizens and residents.
The Centre, opened in collaboration with the Tamouh Healthcare Company, offers totally free of charge DPI COVID-19 tests for AU students, as well as academic and staff members.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and President of the University of Sharjah (UoS), praised the achievements made by the university throughout its pioneering career, which included great development in all scientific, academic, research, administrative and other fields, which brought it to high international ratings.
Two Africans and two Asians killed a guard at a site under construction after gagging and tying him down while he was sleeping to steal electrical cables. The Criminal Court sentenced the two Africans to seven years in jail and sentenced the Asian ones to three years in jail. The Court of Appeal, however, increased the sentence to 10 years against the two Africans and to five years against the two Asians.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation upheld an appeal verdict obligating a man to pay his ex-wife Dhs3,100,000.
The Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF), organised by Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), has announced the opening of registrations for the Sharjah Children’s Book Award and SCRF Visually Impaired Book Award. The deadline for receiving entries for both the awards is Sunday, March 13, 2022.