UAE: 18 shops shut in Dubai for violating Covid rules
45 outlets were given warnings to comply with safety measures.
Authorities in Dubai are continuing to ramp up Covid safety inspections, as the UAE continued to record its highest numbers of new Covid cases yet this week.
As many as 18 establishments were ordered shut by Dubai Municipality for non-compliance with mandated precautionary measures.
#DubaiMunicipality strengthened its inspection campaigns on establishments to ensure their commitment to precautionary measures. The total commitment rate reached 97%, and the number of inspection visits reached 2,352. pic.twitter.com/YmbgD3U0PT— | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) January 18, 2021
In its daily report, the authority on Monday said that 10 laundries (seven at Nayef and three at Al Barsha 1), five food establishments (three in Al Daghaya and two at Port Saeed), and three salons (in Hor Al Anz East) were closed for violations.
The report further noted that 2,352 outlets in Dubai were inspected. Of these, 45 were given warnings to comply with safety measures, while 2,271 outlets were found to be fully compliant.
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