Covid: 2 crowded shisha cafes in Burj Khalifa area shut down
A total of six shops in Dubai were shut for flouting Covid safety rules.
Two shisha cafes in the Burj Khalifa area were among the six shops that were shut for flouting Covid safety rules. The Dubai Municipality said the cafes were crowded.
A crowded fitness centre was shut in Al Barsha. A massage centre in Muteena had unmasked staff and was ordered shut as well.
Two laundries in Al Jaffiliya and Al Dhagaaya were the other two shops to be ordered shut.
#DubaiMunicipality continues strengthening its inspection campaigns to ensure the commitment to precautionary measures. The total commitment rate reached 98%, and the number of inspection visits reached 2,386. 6 establishments were closed, while the number of alerts reached 37. pic.twitter.com/mIthRfW6j4— | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) March 2, 2021
In its daily inspection report, the municipality said it had inspected 2,386 shops. About 98 per cent of the shops had implemented all Covid safety measures.
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