Dubai Municipality reported that it closed 24 institutions, and violated 39 others, within 18 days, due to non-compliance with the measures to confront the emerging Corona virus, which included institutions of various activities.
The municipality’s statistics indicated that the compliance rate amounted to 98% of the total number of inspection visits carried out by municipal inspectors to 36,219 establishments.
The municipality warned 403 institutions during the same period, all for violating the precautionary measures set to confront the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The municipality stressed the need for all institutions to adhere to the precautionary measures and measures it imposed to limit the spread of the Corona virus infection.
The municipality had imposed requirements and controls on all institutions that exercise their activities in the Emirate of Dubai, which are subject to its supervision, and included the application and regulation of safe distances for physical distance to be two meters between people, and directing workers, in the event of any symptoms of respiratory infection, to review the nearest health center for examination and treatment, and not to engage in Work, and not allow customers with symptoms of respiratory infection to enter.
She pointed out that these procedures are in effect in all institutions until further notice, and are followed up to ensure compliance with them, and non-compliant institutions are violating the applicable regulations.
The municipality affirmed that violations related to prevention and safety measures will not be tolerated, as there is no room to jeopardize the safety and security of community members, warning against transgressing them, as the procedures range between violation and closure.
The closure decisions included four cafes, 11 laundries, a restaurant, seven beauty salons, and three fitness centers. Violations varied about non-compliance with wearing a mask, overcrowding, non-compliance with health practices, and personal hygiene, and the restaurant was closed due to violating instructions for the use of chemicals and quality. materials used.