Covid-19 in UAE: Up to Dh50,000 fine for violating regulations  03/26/2020 15:12:01  3  Wam/Abu Dhabi

Wam/Abu Dhabi

Filed on March 26, 2020
coronavirus in uae, covid19, dubai sanitisation, uae sanitisation

UAE Cabinet announces fines for violating precautionary measures.

A fine of not less than Dh500 will be applied to anyone who violates the measures implementedin the country to curb the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

The new Cabinet decision allows regulators to slap fines up to Dh50,000 on those who violate the measures.

Also read: UAE sanitisation drive - all you need to know

Thefine will be doubled for repeating theviolationand if caughtforthethird time,authorities willrefer the person to theemergencyprosecution of the Federal Public Prosecution.

Violating entities will be also referred to the prosecution anda six months ban might be slapped.

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