Abu Dhabi Police urged drivers to check the tyres of their vehicles to ensure they are safe, undamaged and announced punishment for the violators.
Dubai Economy reminded businesses to refrain from taking undue advantage of the present situation and also called on pharmacies and medical equipment suppliers to demonstrate their social responsibility by reducing the prices of essentials, such as face masks, sanitisers, and disinfectants.
A restaurant in Dubai, which failed to adhere to the precautionary measures related to COVID-19, was ordered closed by Dubai Economy in co-operation with the Dubai Tourism on Sunday.
The regulator said the fines were "for having placed advertising cookies on the computers of users ... without obtaining prior consent and without providing adequate information."
Dubai Economy fined six commercial establishments for employees’ lack of commitment to wearing masks. The violations were spotted in outlets dealing in garments, travel and tourism, grocery, and fruit juice, chiefly in Naif and Al Bada'a.
The campaign aimed to spot and eliminate malpractices inside these shelters as well as identifying any faults in the air-conditioning system, screens, doors and others.
Dubai Economy imposed fines on 25 commercial establishments – 23 of them for employees’ lack of commitment to wearing masks, and 2 for breaching physical distancing guidelines.
“This period may be reduced to seven days in some cases such as professions in vital sectors or for those who came from low risk countries,” NCEMA added.
The daily inspection visits by CCCP cover all areas in Dubai, including open markets and commercial centres. Inspections conducted showed that 578 stores fully complied with the precautionary measures and guidelines.