Dubai fines 49 restaurants and cafes for allowing dine-in beyond permitted hours

Dubai fines 49 restaurants and cafes for allowing dine-in beyond permitted hours
Dubai fines 49 restaurants and cafes for allowing dine-in beyond permitted hours

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - DUBAI — The Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in Dubai Economy imposed fines on 49 restaurants, cafes and cafeterias for failing to comply with the precautionary measure against COVID-19, which prohibits restaurants from allowing dine-in after 1 a.m., the UAE's official news agency WAM reported on Friday.

Restaurants in the emirate of Dubai are allowed to deliver orders normally after 1 a.m.

The violating restaurants and cafes were concentrated mostly in Al Karama, Jumeirah, Satwa, Al Muraqabat and Al Riqqa.

The inspection teams from Dubai Economy also issued fines to four stores in Mirdif City Centre during the recent three-day super sale for non-compliance with the precautionary guidelines on wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing.

In a statement carried by WAM, Dubai Economy said it will continue to inspect commercial establishments in the emirate to ensure compliance with the precautionary measures. — SG


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