Ras Al Khaimah Municipality recorded 28 health violations in food establishments and markets during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, as a result of its failure to adhere to health requirements and precautionary and preventive measures to limit the spread of the “Corona” virus.
The Director of the Public Health Department in the municipality, Shaima Al Tunaiji, told “Emirates Today”, that the Food Control Department carried out 230 visits to high-risk facilities, including popular kitchens, restaurants, tandoor and automatic bakeries, and central markets for vegetables and fruits, to ensure that they meet the health requirements and precautionary measures to prevent infection. “Corona”.
She explained that she had monitored five types of violations in food establishments, which are poor storage, accumulation of food in display areas, failure to adhere to preventive measures against the virus, failure to control the temperatures of the food display place, lack of cleanliness of the facility, and failure to adhere to personal hygiene.
She pointed out that the department’s monitors conducted inspection campaigns on residential areas to ensure the commitment of those who sacrifice to slaughter their sacrifices in the municipality’s abattoirs.
The municipality did not record any cases of slaughter outside abattoirs during this year’s Eid al-Adha.