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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Police have detected a wedding party in a house in violation of the Attorney General’s decision no.38 for 2020 on applying fines and administrative penalties under the Cabinet’s decision no. 17 for 2020.
The Cabinet’s decision to curb the spread of COVID-19 banned or restricted gatherings, meetings or public and private celebrations, gathering in public places, private farms, or manors.
A fine of Dhs10,000 was imposed on the organiser of the wedding and Dhs5,000 on each participant.
The groom, his father and the bride’s father were referred to the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority’s prosecution, where the legal measures were taken against all the participants.
Abu Dhabi Police underlined the necessity of abiding by the Attorney General’s decisions calling for social distancing, keeping away from family gatherings and adhering to the preventive instructions to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Stressing the importance of following the safety-related measures, the Abu Dhabi Police called on the public to co-operate and report any gatherings or violations of the instructions to "distance" and to stay away from "family gatherings" and to adhere to preventive instructions, in order to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Stressing the importance of observing safety-related procedures, the Abu Dhabi Police called on the public to co-operate and report any gatherings or violations of the instructions issued by the official authorities.
They also called on them to communicate immediately with Aman service on the toll free number 8002626, SMS 2828 and email Aman@adpolice.gov.ae in a bid to maintain the safety of all.
The Ministry stressed in a statement on Saturday that, 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 units will provide 'mobile and rapid solutions for early diagnosis and vaccinations' in different regions of the Emirate of Ajman.
In co-operation with SPEA, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority in Sharjah has decided that government and private nurseries are all set for reopening on Sunday (March 28, 2021).
This decision has been made after a number of inspection and monitoring visits, ensuring compliance with the precautionary measures and procedures, and a safe environment for children.
The FAHR on Wednesday announced the launch of smart screens, signboards and real-time reports on the developments of the epidemiological situation of COVID-19 at the federal government level.
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