Commercial establishments in Dubai are coping well with the new guidelines related to the gradual reopening of outlets.
That’s according to the Department of Economic Development (DED), which thanked business owners for complying with the rules introduced to combat the spread of coronavirus.
No warnings, fines or closures orders were issued during recent inspections that covered as many as 710 outlets.
Mohammed Ali Rashid Lootah, CEO of the DED’s Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection Section, shared the details with ARN News.
He also highlighted the common violations that were reported during the initial stages of inspections.
Lootah added that the DED is always open to feedback and suggestions from traders.
High levels of awareness & compliance with market opening guidelines with ZERO fines, warnings & shutdown, is the summary of inspections conducted in open markets on the 2nd of May 2020. In which 710 businesses were fully compliant.#DubaiDED #DED #Economy #stayhome pic.twitter.com/hjpXNS1hWu— اقتصادية دبي (@Dubai_DED) May 3, 2020