A restaurant in Dubai has been shut down for not complying with the precautionary measures related to COVID-19, while a gym has been fined for a similar offence.
The Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector at Dubai Economy took action against the restaurant in Satwa for violating physical distancing guidelines and causing congestion after it distributed free meals.
In a separate incident, Dubai Economy, in cooperation with the Dubai Sports Council, imposed a fine on a fitness centre, for not adhering to physical distancing, especially at their reception, and employees’ lack of commitment to wearing masks.
Authorities are continuing to carry out daily inspections in retail outlets, open markets and commercial centres across Dubai.
As many as 578 stores were found complying with the regulations during the latest round of field visits on Thursday.
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. اقتصادية دبي تغلق مطعماً مزدحماً وتخالف صالة كمال أجسام بالتعاون مع مجلس دبي الرياضي غير ملتزمة باجراءات التباعد الجسدي ولبس الكمامات للموظفين. كما بلغ عدد المنشآت التجارية المستوفية للاشتراطات والتدابير الاحترازية للحد من انتشار فيروس كورونا, 578 محلاً. Dubai Economy closes a crowded restaurant and issued a violation against a gym in cooperation with Dubai Sports Council, for not complying with social distancing and employees not wearing face masks. And 578 businesses found compliant with the precautionary measures set to limit the spread of COVID-19. #الإمارات #دبي #اقتصادية_دبي #UAE #Dubai #DubaiEconomy #DubaiDED #DED #DepartmentOfEconomicDevelopment #Economy #الجميع_مسؤول #We_Are_All_Responsible
@Dubai_DED closes a crowded restaurant & issued a violation against a gym in cooperation with @DubaiSC, for not complying with social distancing & employees not wearing face masks. 578 businesses found compliant with the precautionary measures set to limit the spread of COVID-19 pic.twitter.com/AIpajelOoS— اقتصادية دبي (@Dubai_DED) September 11, 2020