Dubai Economy violates 14 establishments and warns 5 for non-compliance with the precautionary measures
The number of establishments meeting the conditions and precautionary measures reached 634.
The field inspection teams of the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector in the Dubai Economy continued their field inspection rounds in various parts of the emirate, as part of their continuous efforts to ensure compliance with the application of precautionary measures and measures aimed at curbing the outbreak of the emerging "Corona" virus.
In a statement issued yesterday, she indicated that 14 establishments were violated, which were distributed among establishments in the retail sector, trade in medical supplies, money exchange, shipping, and marketing management, and the locations of the violating facilities varied to include a number of shopping centers, in addition to the areas of Ayal Nasser, Al-Daghaya. Al-Khabisi, Al-Bateen, Al-Garhoud.
The violations committed by the violating facilities focused on the employees not wearing masks.
On the other hand, the inspection teams of the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector in the department issued a warning to five other establishments, due to the lack of physical spacing labels as required, while the number of establishments that meet the conditions and precautionary measures reached 634.
The Dubai Economy stresses the necessity of the participation of groups and segments of society in preserving the gains achieved by the Emirate of Dubai during the current stage, despite the great and global challenges due to the health pandemic, which contributed to the emirate of Dubai achieving a gradual return to the practice of economic activities in a normal and safe manner, indicating that it will not Understand 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 through the (Dubai Consumer) application available on the stores of "Apple", "Google" and "Huawei", or by calling 600545555 or via the website:
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