COVID-19: Dubai closes 21 shops, warns 65 for breaking opening rules

Dubai Economy has closed 21 shops and warns 65, and urged fines on 7 for violating market opening guidelines, Dubai Economy tweeted on Sunday.

UAE has simplified its lockdown restrictions last week as the holy month of Ramadan begins. Dubai reopened malls, cafes, and restaurants on Friday, but market opening guidelines remain.

“The shops shut down are in Frij Al Murar, Al Nakheel, International City, Hor Al Anz, Satwa, Al Rafaa, Souq Al Kabeer, Karama, Qusais, Al Nahda, and Al Barsha, and their activities included shoe repairing, general trading, car accessories, aluminum trading, technical services, tailoring, mobile phone trading, mill, and workshop tools trading,” Dubai Economy said.

Dubai Economy also called on consumers to report any non-compliance to the COVID-19 precautionary guidelines via the Dubai Consumer App available on Apple, Google, and Huawei stores, by calling 600545555, or on the Consumerrights.ae website.

Restaurants and shops in malls can open with a 30 percent capacity between 12 p.m. and 10 p.m. Malls will only run with 25 percent of parking spaces available to limit overcrowding.

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