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The decision comes in line with the UAE's constant efforts to support the preventive and precautionary measures that contain the spread of the COVID-19, aiming to ensure the health and safety of all citizens and residents.
The provisions of the decision should be implemented as of Aug.1, 2020 and to be effective until the end of August 2020, extendable if needed.
Eng. Hind Al Hashemi, Director of the General Services Department at the Sharjah Department of Public Works pointed out that this project will contribute towards creating an attractive environment for investment and a place that encourages work and living.
The official working hours are from Monday to Thursday every week starting from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Earlier, Dr Sheikh Sultan directed the Sharjah Department of Human Resources to employ 1,000 citizens during the current year (2021) in the cities and regions of the Emirate of Sharjah, with a budget estimated at Dhs300 million.
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) has underlined its keenness on the constant coordination with the private sector to support its activities in the Emirate of Sharjah in general and in the eastern and central regions in particular through the efforts of the branches of the SCCI in these cities and to create an enabling environment to enhance the private sector’s role in the domestic economy, in light of the consequences of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
At least 20 confirmed or preliminary positive cases were found in a public housing block in the Kwai Chung neighbourhood, said health chief Sophia Chan. "Clearly there is a community outbreak and the situation is worrying," Chan told reporters.
The mentally disturbed man also attacked a security guard and a food delivery driver. Investigations showed that he suffers from severe mental disorders.
The Abu Dhabi Police also warned some motorists about their negative behaviour, especially young motorists who disturb residents and drive recklessly on roads.