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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - JEDDAH: Municipalities throughout the Kingdom have stepped up their efforts to ensure compliance with the precautionary measures in place to protect the public from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The municipality of Jeddah governorate and its sub-municipalities closed 183 commercial facilities for violating COVID-19 health protocols, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday.
A total of 7,364 inspection tours of commercial centers and facilities were carried out by the municipality to ensure adherence to precautionary measures.
During the tours, 270 violations were detected and 183 facilities shut.
Meanwhile, the municipality of the Eastern Province carried out 11,346 inspection tours and 280 joint tours with relevant authorities across malls, commercial centers and stores.
During the tours, 61 commercial facilities were closed, and 484 violations were issued for noncompliance with the preventative measures, for overcrowding, or for failure to properly use the Tawakkalna app.
The municipality said it had received 3,508 reports about violations and urged all commercial facilities to respect and abide by regulations to ensure public safety and prevent the virus from spreading.
Authorities urged people to help maintain public health by reporting any COVID-19 breaches to the 940 call center number.
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