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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Dubai Police have fined an Arab woman for violating the precautionary measures, instructions and duties imposed to limit the spread of the new Coronavirus (Covid 19).
The woman organized a private party in her home with the participation of a band, and men and women invited, without observing public safety requirements, physical distancing, and wearing masks.
Brigadier Jamal Salem Al-Jallaf, director of the General Department of Criminal Investigations at Dubai Police, said the violator was fined per resolution No. (38) for 2020 which states that a fine of Dhs10,000 is applicable to whoever invites or organises gatherings, meetings, private and public celebrations or being present in groups at public places or private farms.
He further confirmed that members of the band and guests were each slapped a fine of Dhs5,000 as per the same resolution.
Brig. Al-Jallaf reminded members of the public to strictly adhere to the precautionary measures announced by the local authorities, and to report violators via the (Police Eye) service on smartphones, or by contacting the Dubai Police Call Centre (901).
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