Parents of students suggested that their children’s schools adopt a monthly fee installment system, in order to reduce families who cannot pay the full semi-annual installment at once, especially if the installment exceeds 10,000 dirhams.
Café-goers on Kuwait Street in the Emirate of Ajman noticed that street perfume sellers offer aromatic products to customers, by circulating perfume bottles between more than one customer in those cafes, which makes them a source of transmission of the “Corona” virus infection.
A student’s guardian suggested that each school allocate one hour to study “online”, after the school day inside the schools, in order to review what the students have learned, provided that a schedule should be drawn up that includes the name of the subject and the day on which the teacher will review it, stressing that this procedure will limit the phenomenon of lessons. Privacy that exhausted families.
Consumers have complained of being deceived by stores that offered promotions on products, which they discovered after purchasing them would expire within two days.
Residents of Sharjah called on the Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) to re-activate the urgent clearance procedure, which is currently restricted to travelers only, to speed up the process of moving from one residence to another.
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