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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai has closed three establishments for not adhering to COVID-19 guidelines.
The Dubai Municipality strengthened its inspection campaigns on establishments to ensure their commitment to precautionary measures.
The municipality said, “The total commitment rate reached 99 per cent, the number of inspection visits reached 2,378, 3 establishments were closed, and 23 warnings were made.”
The authorities said 2 salons were closed in Al Karama area due to overcrowding, while a restaurant was shut down in Al Barsha 1 for not adhering to social distancing.
Dubai Economy said that during the month of February, 10 businesses were closed, 93 were warned and 246 were fined for not following precautionary measures set to limit COVID-19.
Dubai Economy emphasizes on the importance of following the measures and report any violation.
Dubai has been clamping down on activities barred due to coronavirus.
In February, the authorities have issued fines up to Dhs50, 000 to multiple entities for breaking COVID-19 rules.
Dubai Police fined two yacht operators, desert camp organisers and a private party organiser for COVID-19 violations.
The health experts have issued rules and regulation for holding social gatherings in the UAE.
The officials said people should not hold social gathering of more than 4 people without facemasks.
Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lt Gen Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, in January urged everyone to follow the precautionary measures and social distancing guidelines to curb the spread of the virus.
The authorities have urged everyone to report any violation of COVID-19 guidelines with the police or the Dubai Consumer Application.
The mirror that COVID-19 has forced us to look into is one that has no cracks, it reflects reality in its harshest form and unless we truly look, and come out the other side changed human beings, all this agony would have been for nothing
Suchetha Satish, 14, UAE-based Indian teenager is spreading COVID-19 awareness in 22 languages by singing and composing songs.
The Coronavirus pandemic has severely affected the UAE entertainment scene. The industry veterans wish to join hands with the government authorities to bring it back to normalcy as soon as possible.
Healthcare experts have stressed that this is the time to embrace emerging healthcare technologies such as telemedicine. Participating in the Advance Health webinar organised by the Dubai Science Park to address the COVID-19 pandemic, they noted that as an international business and events hub, the UAE has robust procedures to manage health and safety and respond swiftly to outbreaks of infectious diseases.
These devices are used in hunting birds by attracting them through sounds, as they lead to the gathering of birds in large numbers before nets are set up to trap the birds.
According to the EMSC, the quake was at a depth of 10 km. Initially, it reported a depth of 2 km with a 5.9 magnitude.
The positive tests are significant as Hong Kong is regularly recording fewer daily cases than the total detected on the flight since it brought a fourth wave under control in January.