673 field visits were carried out to ensure compliance with measures to prevent corona.

Dubai Economy closes a café ... and issues 7 violations

Dubai Economy emphasized the necessity of the contribution of all segments of society in preserving the gains made by the emirate.

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Dubai Economy announced that the field inspection teams of the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector carried out 673 field visits yesterday, which included various parts of the city.

The Dubai Economy stated in a statement, that those visits resulted in one case of closing a café in which the singer did not commit to wearing the muzzle, in addition to the lack of commitment of customers to physical distancing, in cooperation with the Dubai Tourism Department.

It indicated that it also issued seven violations and issued five warnings, while the number of establishments that meet the conditions and precautionary measures reached 660.

The Dubai Economy explained that the violating establishments were detected in a number of commercial centers and the International City and Al Bada areas, and their activities varied between retail stores and building materials trade, in addition to a consumer complex, a grocery store, ready-to-wear clothes and a café, due to not wearing masks and taking the necessary measures to take into account the physical distance. Alerts have been edited for reasons related to not having physical distancing labels.

The department stressed the need for social groups and segments to contribute to preserving the gains achieved by the Emirate of Dubai during the current stage, despite the great and global challenges due to the health pandemic.

The Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector confirmed that the field teams will continue their mission without any tolerance of the violations and abuses that are monitored or reported by the public of consumers and dealers.

Dubai Economy called on all groups of the public to report any negative cases or phenomena that violate the precautionary measures and measures, via the "Dubai Consumer" application or by calling (600545555) or via the website: (consumerrights.ae).

- Violations related to not wearing a muzzle and physical distancing.

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