The Dubai Municipality has shut down 24 companies and surpassed 39 companies, including diversified operating companies, for failing to comply with measures to combat the growing corona virus within 18 days.
Municipality figures show a compliance rate of 98% of the total survey visits conducted by municipal inspectors to 36,219 companies.
The municipality simultaneously alerted 403 companies for violating specific precautionary measures against the spread of the “corona” virus. The municipality stressed the need for all companies to take precautionary measures and measures to control the spread of corona virus infection.
Dubai imposes municipal requirements and regulations on all companies operating in the Emirates, and is subject to its supervision, and the use and regulation of safe distances to physical distance, two meters from the population, and directing workers to visit the nearest health center for testing and treatment if they show signs of a respiratory infection. , Do not work, and do not allow customers with signs of a respiratory infection to enter.
He pointed out that these procedures are valid in all companies until further notice, and are followed to ensure compliance with them, and non-compliant companies are violating the rules in force.
The municipality assured that violations related to preventive and safety measures will not be tolerated because there is no room for harm to the safety and security of community members, as there are warnings against breach, procedures in between breach and closure.
The closed results include four cafes, 11 laundries, a restaurant, seven beauty salons and three fitness centers. Violations include wearing a mask, overcrowding and non-compliance with hygiene practices and personal hygiene. Closed for violating guidelines for use of chemicals, quality of materials used.
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