VIDEO: ‘Stay at home,’ Sharjah Police urge residents — to stem the spread of coronavirus

VIDEO: ‘Stay at home,’ Sharjah Police urge residents — to stem the spread of coronavirus
VIDEO: ‘Stay at home,’ Sharjah Police urge residents — to stem the spread of coronavirus

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - A Sharjah Police patrol car carries out the announcement near Al Majaz Waterfront.

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Sharjah Police urged residents to stay at home, avoid public places, and follow the instructions and directions of the UAE Health Ministry to stem the spread of coronavirus. 

The Police took to the road junctions to inform residents about the seriousness of the situation.

A video of the event is doing the rounds on social media.  

The UAE Cabinet has approved a Dhs16 billion economic stimulus package as part of the Federal Government's additional measures to support the national economy, ensure businesses continuity, and mitigate the coronavirus impact.

The UAE on Friday reported the first two deaths from coronavirus in the country. The total number of infections has reached 153.

Authorities have urged residents to maintain social distancing to avoid being infected.  


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On the other hand, the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has intensified its efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), by taking on board preventative measures that ensure the health and safety of its employees and customers.

In a statement, a Chamber official noted that the SCCI had carried out sanitisation and disinfection procedures at its headquarters and branch offices.

Maryam Al Shamsi, SCCI's Support Services Assistant Director-General, said that the Chamber had also issued guidelines to raise awareness on healthy practices to help prevent the spread of the pandemic.

She went on to note that remote working systems were put into action for senior employees, employees that are currently pregnant, and those that are immuno-compromised or have chronic illnesses.

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