Dubai: In its ongoing efforts to implement stringent precautionary measures in opposition to coronavirus (COVID-19), the Dubai Economic system (DED) has imposed fines on 4 stores and warned 18 different business institutions in Dubai for flouting well being pointers.

DED’s Industrial Compliance & Client Safety (CCCP) division additionally continued inspecting open markets and procuring centres within the emirate, the DED stated on Tuesday.

Out of the 4 shops that got fines, three have been penalised after their workers have been discovered not sporting face masks whereas the fourth one didn’t observe the bodily distancing pointers.

DED added that the 18 different business institutions have been warned for not putting bodily distancing stickers at their outlets.

In the meantime, a complete of 691 outlets and business institutions have been discovered absolutely compliant with precautionary measures throughout inspections carried out by the DED on Monday.

DED underlined public well being is a prime precedence. It warned companies that stern motion will probably be taken in opposition to any non-compliance with the precautionary measures.

Anybody can report any non-compliance to the precautionary pointers by the Dubai Client app obtainable on the Apple, Google, and Huawei shops or by calling 600545555, or by visiting the consumerrights.ae web site.

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