The Dubai Police have installed a sterilisation gate in Naif area to secure a safe exit and entry for the residents living there, according to Brig. Gen. Tariq Mohammad Noor Tahlak, Director of the Naif Police Station.
As part of the UAE’s determined efforts to ensure the highest levels of protection for society, the Dubai Municipality launched a clean-up and sterilisation campaign on Friday for all streets and facilities in the emirate.
In line with the National Sterilisation Programme implemented across the UAE, Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body of Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), has announced an ongoing disinfection drive at the integrated technology park
The traffic statistics branch of Sharjah Police’s Traffic and Patrols Department, revealed that traffic accidents have decreased by 83.3% since the implementation of the national sterilisation programme.
Dubai Investments Park [DIP], the unique integrated commercial, industrial & residential community in the Middle East, wholly-owned by Dubai Investments PJSC, initiated a disinfection drive across all common areas in Dubai Investments Park zones, supplementing Dubai Municipality sterilization drive, implemented as part of the precautionary measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of the General Department of Traffic, revealed that all registered vehicles on the traffic radar system will be automatically exempted from being fined. He explained that even if vehicles are flashed by radars, it does not mean that a fine will be issued, as long as road users have work-related purposes.
The sterilisation timings last from (10 PM to 6 AM). The movement permits can be processed on the website: www.adpolice.gov.ae .
RTA will apply all preventive and proactive health measures highlighted by observing physical distancing in transit means, stations, and centres. Riders and customers are obliged to wear face masks for their safety and the safety of employees and operators.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian and Charity Establishment (MBRCH) pledged an additional Dhs9 million, raising its total donations to Dhs29 million for the ’10 million meals’ campaign.
According to the decision of the Attorney General, there is a fine of Dhs2,000 for leaving home without a necessity or for reasons other than work or to purchase basic needs during the national sterilisation programme time.