October 3, 2022

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Special teams to inspect salons and food establishments during "Ramadan"

Special teams to inspect salons and food establishments during “Ramadan”

Talib Abdullah al-Yahai, director of the Tippa Al Hisn municipality, said teams from the municipality’s operations department were assigned to conduct intensive research tours of food establishments, men’s barbershops and women’s beauty salons. Requirements, and all precautionary measures should be taken to observe continuous sterilization, public hygiene of the facility and cleanliness of equipment. Use all preventive measures before and after the holy month of Ramadan.

Al-Yahya said the municipality was working around the clock to clean and disinfect the butchery and market areas. Social disengagement and the need to wear masks and gloves is part of the municipality’s concern for the health and safety of city dwellers.

Pointed out Inflexible The municipality has completed all the arrangements for obtaining the holy month of Ramadan, as per the circumstances and systematic plans, in line with government orders regarding preventive measures and precautionary measures, including various intensive research campaigns on various facilities. In the food distribution and sales sector the working hours of its service centers are set in the city, such as markets, shops and public facilities.

The role of monitoring and awareness groups has been implemented in all food establishments and markets, and visits and inspection campaigns have been intensified to ensure compliance with workflow and preventive measures distributed by the municipality and all health regulations, Al Yahoo added. According to a set of notices covering all requirements and precautionary measures As she did The engineering services department in the municipality decorates streets, roundabouts, public squares, parks and major intersections with geometric shapes, columns with Islamic decorations and glowing patterns that include phrases of greetings and greetings on a dignified occasion.

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He pointed out that the working hours of Ramadan start at the fish market on weekdays from 8 am to 9 pm and in addition to the vegetable and fruit market in the city, it is open from 8 am on weekdays. 11 a.m., and the butchery is open Saturday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. , Where the slaughter will be under medical supervision by veterinarians.

Dibba Al-Hisn Municipality has contacted the call center at 993 and called on the public to report any observations and receive all inquiries 24 hours a day.


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