A reader wondered whether the traffic surveillance cameras monitored the special violations related to the dangers of being outside the road, especially the use of phones, noting that he constantly counted large numbers of drivers busy with their phones while driving on highways or subways.
Drivers suggested reconsidering the design of parking spaces in major shopping centers, pointing to their narrowness, especially for large cars, which always causes collateral damage to their vehicles.
Visitors to Shees Park demanded the concerned authorities to legalize the number of visitors to the park, as it was recently observed that there was severe congestion inside it, which contradicts measures to confront Corona.
Consumers in Ajman noticed that street vendors sell children’s candy “cotton candy” on the roads, especially near the “Rona” roundabout, wondering about the legality of this activity and the extent to which it meets health conditions.
Residents in Sharjah complained of people crowding out in front of bakeries, especially one hour before breakfast, to buy sweets, bread and qatayef, which constitute suitable environments for transmitting viruses.
Dealers with companies that provide telecommunications and Internet services in the country complain of rises they describe as “unjustified” in the monthly consumption bills, demanding explanations for any increase in the value of the bills to reassure subscribers of their correctness.
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