It emphasized tightening control over the markets to ensure the health and safety of society

Dubai Economy Violates 17 establishments for non-compliance with precautionary measures

Dubai Economy called on the public to report any adverse cases or phenomena.


Yesterday, the commercial control and consumer protection sector of the Dubai economy violated 17 commercial establishments for failure to comply with the precautionary measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19), such as wearing masks and physical distancing, in the open market stores in Naif, Al Murar, Hor Al Anz, Al Sabkha, Garhoud and Ayal Nasser And in malls.

And she confirmed in a statement, yesterday, that during the inspection process, the number of stores that meet the conditions and precautionary measures reached 600, and the commercial activities of the violating shops varied to include, used furniture trade, textile and fabrics trade, fresh, chilled and frozen meat trade, mobile phone trade and their supplies, general trade Retail shop, Tadbeer Center for Support Labor Services.

Dubai Economy indicated that it will continue its rounds in cooperation with various partners, and will not tolerate the violations and abuses that are monitored or reported by the public of consumers and dealers.

Dubai Economy directed traders to adhere to precautionary measures such as wearing masks and gloves and applying the principles of physical distancing.

It also called on all groups of the public to report any negative cases or phenomena in violation of the precautionary measures through the "Dubai Consumer" application available on the stores of "Apple", "Google" and "Huawei" or by calling 600545555 or via the website:

- The number of stores that meet the conditions and precautionary measures reached 600 stores.

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