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UAE combats coronavirus: Salons, store closed down in Dubai for violating partial opening rules

Web Report/Dubai
Filed on April 25, 2020 | Last updated on April 25, 2020 at 07.35 pm
UAE, combats, coronavirus, Salons, store, closed down, Dubai, violating, partial opening, rules

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Malls and retail outlets are also not allowed to hold entertainment events to avoid congestion and crowding.

Various salons and fruits and vegetable stores have been closed down in Dubai for violating the measures adopted for the partial opening stage.

According to a tweet by Dubai Municipality, the closures were carried out by the Dubai Municipality in collaboration with Dubai Economy. The authorities closed 10 men salons, 7 women salons and one store selling fruits and vegetables.

Shopping malls, markets and commercial outlets will be open daily to the public from 12:00pm to 10:00pm. Furthermore, restaurants and shops are allowed to operate at a maximum of 30 per cent capacity at the shopping malls.

Malls and retail outlets are also not allowed to hold entertainment events to avoid congestion and crowding.

There will be no valet parking at malls and restaurants. The first hour of parking in shopping malls will be free.

Only 25 per cent of the parking spaces will be open in order to reduce overcrowding in malls. The public should visit a mall only when absolutely necessary.

Sterilisation operations will continue inside malls. Visitors will be subject to temperature checks at entrances and will be required to wear masks as a condition for entering a mall. Malls are also required to make sterilisers widely available to ensure the highest level of protection for visitors and workers.

All shopping malls will have a medical isolation room for emergency purposes in case someone in the mall is suspected to be infected with the virus.

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