Readers noticed a laxity in the precautionary measures applied in residential buildings, pointing out that elevators are often crowded with the lack of sterilizers or wearing the muzzle in the correct way, which may increase the chances of the spread of the Corona virus.
Residents of the Emirate of Fujairah noticed that some families continue to distribute Ramadan meals to neighbors and workers next to their homes, in violation of the precautionary measures imposed on them, and demanded intensifying awareness of the extent of this behavior’s danger to the health of society.
Readers who live in the Rashidiya area in Ajman reported that the free parking spaces that were in front of their homes on Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Street had turned into “paid ones” after the completion of maintenance and road expansions.
A driver coming from Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road towards Sharjah was confused when he took exit 60 towards Al Nahda Street, entering the opposite direction at the bridge signal that leads to Al Mizhar area, and other drivers helped him to return to his way.
Dubai Police has identified several communication channels to report beggars as part of its campaign to combat begging, including calling the unified number 901 or via the police eye service, or through the smart application.
Drivers complained about the high level of aggression among not a few drivers, especially during the last hour before breakfast time, calling for adherence to driving behavior and etiquette during the month of Ramadan, which represents an opportunity to elevate hearts and souls to the highest levels of tolerance and morals.
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