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In a statement, the Saudi Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, said the new measures will require pilgrims to wear face masks and will forbid entry to the holy sites without a permit, starting from 19th July until 2nd August, 2020.
About 200 representatives from Abu Dhabi government entities attended a virtual workshop for health and safety personnel conducted by the Department of Government Support - Abu Dhabi (DGS) to discuss the recommended preventive guidelines issued by the Human Resources Authority - Abu Dhabi (HRA) and the efforts to enhance the safety of employees, vendors, and customers as people gradually return to the workplace.
The UAE at the weekend announced hefty fines for violators of guidelines such as Dhs3,000 for drivers violating occupancy rule, Dhs3,000 for an individual not wearing a mask inside a car, Dhs3,000 for being in a private car with 3 or more passengers, Dhs3,000 for not implementing social distancing.
As Dubai starts to reopen the tourism sector post-COVID-19, the seal assures that the institutions are compliant with the issued health and safety guidelines and standards.