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An aerial view of one of the Sharjah beach. WAM
The authorities called on the public to strictly adhere to all precautionary measures and maintain social distancing to ensure the health and safety of community members.
The public beaches in Sharjah had been closed as part of the precautionary measures taken by the Emirate to check the spread of coronavirus, COVID-19.
A video shared on social media platforms showed Sheikh Mohammed walking around with his entourage at the Al Naseem Jumeirah Hotel.
Colonel Saeed Al Madhani, Director of Ports Police Station in Dubai, confirmed that police will intensify its security presence on the beaches with drones and patrols of maritime security teams, and bicycles, motorcycles, cars during the Eid Al Adha holidays.
“In order to make it easy for people to use the public buses within Sharjah and to encourage families to use them, the SRTA has increased the number of buses touring the city to complete 1,284 trips a day.”
The Sharjah Municipality announced that public parking spaces will be free during the Eid Al Fitr period, from the first to the third day of Shawwal, except for a number of areas.
In a statement, the Ministry stressed its aim to continue expanding the scope of testing nationwide to facilitate the early detection of coronavirus cases and carry out the necessary treatment.
The violating establishments were from Nadd Al Hammar, Port Seed and Naif, and were engaged in varied activities, including retail, air-conditioning installation, wholesale trading, textiles and fabrics.
A gang of six Asians were arrested and referred to criminal court, for robbing a Dubai company’s warehouse and stealing medical masks worth Dhs150,000.
Emirates has introduced self check-in and bag drop kiosks for a more seamless airport experience at Terminal 3, Dubai International Airport.