Four people have been arrested in Dubai for violating the health and safety guidelines set by the government.
According to the Dubai Police, the youngsters organised a gathering in front of a house in Al Barsha.
Officials are reminding the public that large gatherings, celebrations and meetings in public or private places are still prohibited.
Violations will result in a AED 10,000 fine for the organiser of the gathering and a AED 5,000 fine for the attendee.
This comes after restrictions on movement have eased in the emirate and the country as a whole, with the national disinfection drive running from 10:00 pm until 6:00 am daily.
Earlier, it was carried out on a 24-hour basis in Dubai.
The government has clarified that restrictions may have eased, however, individuals must abide by the health guidelines in the country.
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