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Combating coronavirus: 18 restaurants, cafes shut down in Dubai

Staff Report/Dubai
Filed on April 28, 2020 | Last updated on April 28, 2020 at 08.25 pm
coronavirus, covid-19, dubai municipality, sanitisation, restaurant, cafeteria, food establishments

Malls and restaurants in Dubai started to partially reopen earlier this week after restrictions were eased in the emirate.

As many as 18 restaurants, cafeterias and food establishments have been shut down in Dubai for failing to abide by the Covid-19 coronavirus precautionary measures.

The closures took place following extensive inspections by the Dubai Municipality to ensure that public safety requirements are met.

Malls and restaurants in Dubai started to partially reopen earlier this week after the coronavirus restrictions were eased in the emirate.

Food outlets are required to operate with reduced occupancy of 30 per cent. Also, tables must be places two metres apart.


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