The Director General of the Department of Economic Development in Ajman, Ali Issa Al-Nuaimi, stated that "the department has completed plans to return employees to work as of yesterday, nearly two months after the activation of the remote work system in the context of precautionary measures to counter the spread of the emerging corona virus (Covid-19).

He revealed to "Emirates Today" that "the department has developed a plan to return to work with precautionary measures and implement mandatory controls in workplaces, including preparing offices to ensure physical distance, and the application of flexible working hours with regard to attendance and leaving in order to preserve the safety of employees during entry and exit to and from workplaces, and proof Attendance and leaving through the mobile phone resource system in place of the previous fingerprint system, in addition to distributing masks and gauntlets, using modern technology to communicate, and committing to sterilizing and disinfecting facilities periodically.

Al-Nuaimi confirmed that a group of employees will start their work yesterday, amid the measures outlined after the success achieved by the state in facing the epidemic, and their return coincided with the plan that was set to resume economic activities in the emirate, the ability of institutions to adapt and coexist with the virus, and adapt innovation to define the parameters of a post-economy. Coruna, expecting a speedy return to normalcy, blood pumping again at the heart of the economy and a period of economic recovery.

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