Dubai Economy: 750 establishments complete the prevention measures – across the...

Dubai Economy: 750 establishments complete the prevention measures – across the...
Dubai Economy: 750 establishments complete the prevention measures – across the...

The field inspection teams of the commercial supervision and consumer protection sector in the economy carried out a series of visits and monitoring tours, which included many open markets and commercial centers, the day before yesterday, to ensure that commercial establishments adhere to precautionary measures aimed at curbing the spread of the “Covid 19” pandemic, while The number of establishments that meet the conditions and precautionary measures reached 750, according to the Dubai Economy. The department indicated that, during the visits, only 6 commercial establishments were warned, due to the lack of physical distancing posters, and the alerts came with the aim of raising awareness about the necessity of commitment and its role in ensuring the continuity of their work and protecting their employees and dealers alike.

Dubai Economy stressed that the competent authorities in the department will continue their intensive efforts in various parts of the emirate, and will not tolerate the violations and abuses that are monitored or reported by the public of consumers and dealers, on the basis that preserving the health of society is a priority that cannot be neglected.


And she called on all segments of society to cooperate and contribute to the continued rotation of the wheel of the economy in the emirate in a safe and natural way, noting that it is in constant and continuous contact with various partners in the public and private sectors, to find out the most prominent developments, in addition to enhancing awareness of the guidelines and protocols in force in the current period To ensure that everyone adheres to it, and not to be complacent or commit any negative practices that endanger society in any way.


In addition, Dubai Municipality closed a hookah cafe, due to non-compliance with the precautionary measures and preventive measures, through monitoring visits carried out by municipality inspectors on 2,346 establishments, during the current October 20. In addition, two institutions were violated and 50 warnings were given, while the total commitment to precautionary measures for all institutions reached 98%, while the number of institutions that met the requirements and measures of public safety reached 2,293.


The Dubai Municipality had set precautionary measures for institutions and activities subject to its control and were circulated, as they include binding requirements that must be followed in those institutions, most notably social distancing, increasing the cycle of cleaning and disinfection at all times, and the obligation to wear masks and gloves.

Follow up

Dubai Municipality inspectors were keen to follow up these procedures through supervisory visits to ensure compliance with them, and to take the necessary measures with non-compliant entities in accordance with the controls in force, in addition to checking the daily follow-up records of workers’ health, and recording sterilization and disinfection operations, with the aim of enhancing the protection of health and safety Members of the Society.

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