The Ras Al Khaimah Police announced on Thursday the launch of an initiative to reduce the accumulated traffic fines committed during 2019 and before by 50%.
A fine incurs ranging between Dhs100,000 and Dhs200,000, whoever trades adulterated, harmful, or rotten food.
The police added that a fine of Dhs50,000 will be applied on those who do not abide by the decisions related to preventing gatherings of more than five persons in one place, or during parties in homes and private places
Dubai Economy has fined 31 business establishments for violating COVID-19 guidelines following inspections being conducted across open markets and commercial centres to ensure compliance with precautionary measures.
As part of the “Summer-Safe Traffic” campaign, the Abu Dhabi Police have called on drivers to check tyres of their vehicles and to make sure that they have no damages or cracks that could cause serious traffic accidents, particularly during the summer period because of high temperatures.
Such behaviour poses a threat to the lives of others and prevents Civil Defence and ambulance teams from carrying out their duties.
The two-term prime minister apologised last month for organising an event to celebrate her 60th birthday with 13 family members at a mountain resort in late February, despite a government ban on events attended by more than 10 people.
According to new law in case the patient sustains a serious injury as a result of the bad treatment, the person causing this will be punished with imprisonment for at least 1 year and a fine of at least Dhs100,000 and not more than Dhs200,000 or one of these.
The violations also included 786 warnings to commercial and food establishments, and the temporary closure of 71 commercial establishments for 14 days, including tailor shops, car garages and accessories shops, barbershops, restaurants and grocery shops.