These include 6 retail stores and 2 ready-to-wear facilities

Dubai Economy carries out 673 field visits ... and violates 16 establishments

Dubai Economy confirmed that it will continue its tours in cooperation with various partners.


Dubai Economy confirmed that the inspection teams of the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector continued their series of visits and field inspection tours in various parts of the emirate, as part of their continuous efforts to ensure compliance with the implementation of precautionary measures and measures aimed at curbing the spread of the emerging "Covid-19" pandemic, as 673 new visits were carried out. During this, 16 establishments were violated, including six retail stores, two establishments for the ready-to-wear trade, two establishments for the textile and fabric trade, and a facility for each of: transaction follow-up services, sewing and embroidery, a mill, mobile phone trade, building materials trade, and general trade.

The Dubai Economy stated in a statement yesterday that the failure of employees and workers to wear masks, and the failure to take the necessary measures to take into account the physical distance, were the two main reasons for the violations.

She added that the violating facilities were distributed over a number of sites, including a number of shopping centers, the International City, Al-Marr, and Eyal Nasser.

The inspection teams of the Commercial Supervision and Consumer Protection Sector issued a warning to two other establishments, due to the lack of physical spacing labels as required, while the number of stores meeting the conditions and precautionary measures reached 649.

The Dubai Economy stressed the need for the groups and segments of society 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, which contributed to the emirate of Dubai's progressive return, leading to the normal and safe practice of economic activities, stressing that it will continue Its rounds in cooperation with various partners, and will not tolerate violations and abuses that are monitored or reported by the public of consumers and dealers.

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