Sharjah Department of Statistics and Community Development (DSCD) has revealed the findings of their ‘Safe Community’ survey, which indicates that 99 per cent of respondents — all Sharjah residents — feel safe in general, 98 feel safe home at night and 97 per cent feel safe in public places at night.
For the second time in a row, the Abu Dhabi Police are warning residents of the Emirate not to camp fire using wood or charcoal inside residential houses or rooms,
COVID-19 checks will be conducted for travellers arriving to the UAE, and they will be obligated to undertake quarantine for a period of 14 days and any cost will be incurred by the traveller.
It is good news for the residents from all over the world who want to come back to Dubai and start their work after months of hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic (“Residents back in Dubai to undergo 14-day quarantine,” June 13, Gulf Today).
Residents burned trash and cars and shot fireworks at police, who responded with rubber bullets and tear gas in the suburbs of Villeneuve-la-Garenne and Aulnay-sous-Bois, witnesses and police said on Monday.
The UAE has suspended the return of all residents holding valid UAE visas, and currently outside the country, for a renewable period of two weeks effective from Thursday, March 19, due to the spread of COVID-19.
An opinion poll has been launched to measure the current and expected impact of the Corona pandemic on the social and living conditions of the emirate’s citizens and residents, with their various groups and nationalities.
As of Sunday, the Authority will start receiving applications for renewal of ID cards and visas applications that expired during March and April. For applications that expired in in May, it will begin accepting them on Aug.8, 2020.
Khamis Al Suwaidi, Head of Suburbs and Villages Affairs Department, on Wednesday announced a campaign of free COVID-19 screening for the residents and citizens of the suburbs of Sharjah.