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Sharjah Police reiterate warning against gatherings


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The Sharjah Police on Thursday issued an updated regulation of violations and administrative penalties with the aim of curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The regulation that was posted on social media platforms of the Sharjah Police stated that all social gatherings, whether private or public, in public places or private farms or manors are prohibited and restricted. Anyone who fails to abide by the regulations will be fined up to Dhs10,000, the police said. Any person who calls or invites others for a gathering will be fined Dhs10,000, while those who respond to the invitation will be fined Dhs5,000 each, according to the regulations.

Recently, Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, signed an agreement for the Digital Platform of Sharjah Government, in the presence of Sheikh Fahim Al Qassimi, Director of Government Relations Department in Sharjah and Chairman of the Higher Committee of Digital Transformation of Sharjah Government.

The agreement comes in line with the commitment of Sharjah Police towards supporting the digitalisation of Sharjah government services, with the aim of supporting the decision-making, and providing the best services to the people of Sharjah.

Al Shamsi stressed that the Emirate of Sharjah was steadily striding towards a bright future through the implementation of the wise vision of its leadership.

He also emphasised the keenness of Sharjah Police to full digital and smart platforms in order to enhance its services to the public, in collaboration with all governmental entities in the emirate.

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