Dubai Economy has reported conducting routine inspections to over 1,091 outlets for check for compliance with the UAE’s preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
During the inspections, authorities have found eight establishments which lack compliance with the country’s new rules and regulations and were issued warnings for their violations.
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Dubai Economy said that majority of establishments were found to be fully compliant of all the new regulations that ensure the safety of customers who visit their shops.
Inspections are carried out across the Emirate randomly which begin from opening up until closing times of the shops. Among the measures that authorities check is the social distancing signages as well as the mandatory use of face masks of all shop attendants.
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Authorities urge the public to report shops and/or establishments which aren’t following the country’s safety measures by calling: 600 545 555 or through the website: consumerrights.ae
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