Dibba Al-Fujairah Municipality closed three facilities, represented by a beauty salon and two restaurants, that did not adhere to the precautionary, preventive and health measures.
The municipality director, Hassan Salem Al-Yamahi, confirmed that the municipality will not tolerate violating any beauty center or salon that does not adhere to the procedures and controls that are required to be followed, and in the event that any violation is detected within any beauty center or salon, the necessary measures will be taken towards it, including its closure, in order to Achieving the desired goals of the measures put in place to protect the community in the current health conditions.
Al-Yamahi indicated that the Public Health Department in the municipality carried out 251 visits during the Eid al-Adha holiday, including 16 visits to men’s barbershops, 73 visits to women’s beauty salons, 14 visits to laundries and laundries, 38 visits to meat, fish and vegetable markets, and 110 visits to facilities. Various, in order to ensure that all facilities adhere to health standards, the most important of which is continuous sterilization, general hygiene of the facility, cleanliness of the tools used, and the use of single-use tools, before providing the service and following all preventive measures to prevent the spread of the Corona virus (Covid-19).
Al-Yamahi explained that 41 violations were monitored, including six salons and three laundry, which were proven not to comply with the precautionary and preventive measures against the Corona virus, and were represented in the failure to conduct “PCR” tests periodically and continuously, and the failure to adhere to wearing masks, crowding, and not observing physical distance, Also, non-compliance with health requirements, represented in the absence of a health card for workers in the facility, or failure to renew it, as well as confiscation of expired materials, in addition to violating vehicles that did not comply with the applicable requirements, and the absence of distribution permits issued by the municipality.
He continued: “The campaigns resulted in warning 21 establishments and 11 salons, men and women, and confiscated 1,217 kg, including 110,66 kg of expired food, 2.55 kg of cosmetics, and 8.5 kg of consumer items. He noted that adherence to precautionary and preventive measures is the cornerstone of success in addressing the pandemic, with the aim of eliminating it completely during the next stage, and what this requires is continuous cooperation and unification of efforts by all individuals and institutions.
• 1217 kg were confiscated during the Eid al-Adha campaigns, which included 110 thousand and 66 kg of expired food.