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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
During the last three weeks, Dubai Tourism has issued more than 200 violations of non compliance with guidelines and closed down around 20 establishments.
"To ensure public health and safety, all entertainment permits issued will be on hold effective immediately." tweeted Dubai Media office on Thursday.
"Dubai Tourism will continue to evaluate the progress with the health authorities," tweet added.
Dubai Economic Department (DED) carries out 140 thousand inspection visits in 2020 and issuing 2,100 fines and warnings and 175 establishments were closed last year for not complying with precautionary measures.
Keeping the little ones occupied during the summer holidays has never been easier thanks to the range of summer camps available during this year’s Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS).
Dubai will host 40 global travellers for a ‘one-of-a-kind’ summer extravaganza as part of #BeMyGuest campaign by Dubai’s Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism). The multi-award-winning programme, featured an exclusive social gamification component, inviting Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan, to help him solve clues around the city in a mysterious, 6-part mini-series. With the grand finale of the contest concluding the series at the end of April, 20 winners were awarded the opportunity to experience many iconic attractions, remarkable entertainment and exceptional ‘Only in Dubai’ experiences’ along with a companion this summer for free.
Details date back to an earlier time when a woman sent a notice to the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection of the Dubai Economy complaining about the quality of the home test service for COVID-19.
Investigations conducted by the security services in Giza Governorate, Egypt, revealed that the victim's husband was the killer.
The details of the case date back to August last year, when an African woman lodged a complaint with the security authorities, stating that she had been locked-up and coerced into prostitution by persons from her country.
Sharjah Police General Command have warned public against circulating photos and videos of the murder of an Arab woman in Sharjah. The police had already revealed the details of the case few days ago.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a taxi driver to two years in jail on charges of deliberately running over a man while the latter was crossing a street in Al Satwa, causing him a permanent disability estimated at 100 per cent, before running away in his car.