Dubai Municipality shuts 8 outlets over COVID-19 violations

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Five salons and three food outlets have been shut down in Dubai for failing to comply with the COVID-19 regulations.

They include restaurants in Burjuman, Al Quoz and Al Raz, and salons in Al Muraqqabat and Nayef.

Meanwhile, 23 commercial establishments have been fined and warnings handed to 57 other businesses.

As many as 2,555 outlets have been inspected during the latest round of field visits by officials at Dubai Municipality.

A total of 2,467 businesses were found to be fully compliant with the rules.

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. أغلقت #بلدية_دبي 5 صالونات و 3 مؤسسات غذائية في دبي لعدم التزامها بالتدابير الاحترازية اللازمة، كما خالفت 23 مؤسسة، وأصدرت 57 تنبيهاً بحق أخرى، في حين بلغ عدد المؤسسات المستوفية للاشتراطات المعتمدة 2,467 مؤسسة، وذلك خلال 2,555 زيارة في 24 سبتمبر. . #DubaiMunicipality closed 5 salons and 3 food establishments for failing to comply with the precautionary measures. Violated 23 institutions, issued 57 warnings, while 2,467 institutions were eligible for the approved requirements during 2,555 visits on Sep 24.

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