The Dubai Municipality confirmed that it would not disregard fining and punishing any establishment that does not adhere to the procedures and measures in force in the emirate. Any violation that is detected inside any establishment will lead to its closure, particularly salons and beauty centres, in order to achieve the desired goals of the measures in force to protect the community from the corona pandemic.
Thanks to the robust vaccination drive and strict implementation of health safety guidelines, the UAE is able to reign in COVID-19. The health ministry and the leadership deserve all credit for the extraordinary feat (“UAE sees no coronavirus deaths for first time in 10 months,” Sept. 2, Gulf Today).
The mega event of Expo 2020 Dubai on Wednesday has witnessed the world’s first AC Safety Helmet unveil by a Dubai-based firm in an exclusive event held in Indian Pavilion.
Taking in view the emergence of new mutant strains of novel coronavirus in many countries, the Centre has drafted a fresh set of rules to guide international travellers arriving India Feb.23 onwards.
Face masks must also be worn in closed and crowded areas, and 1.5-metre social distance must be followed. Members of one family are allowed to sit or stand together without the need to practice social distancing.
In a circular distributed to all public schools in the UAE, The Emirates Schools Establishment (ESE) said new updated measures will be put into effect as of Monday, Jan.17, 2022, until Friday, Jan.21, 2022.
The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee, in collaboration with Department of Health - Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre, has approved precautionary measures for the Holy Month of Ramadan, covering religious and social activities, to protect public health and the safety of all community members.
Emphasis on the commitment to wear a mask all the time and follow physical distance between the worshipers of at least 1 metre. Mandatory use of personal or single-use rugs. The entry and exit are supervised by the police, and volunteers to prevent crowding and organise prayer.