Emirates News Emirates news today: Dubai Economy: 1347 stores met the requirements for opening markets Source of the news – Emirates News today with details of the economic news Dubai: 1347 shops met the requirements of opening markets:
Dubai Economy explained, in a statement, that the first facility is a massage center, while the second facility is an exhibition and external kiosks that fall under promotional activities, noting at the same time that 28 facilities were not observed that did not commit to putting social spacing stickers.
It showed that during the inspection process in open markets, the number of stores that met the conditions and precautionary measures reached 967 stores, while one store was alerted, pointing out that the inspection campaigns focused on the stores located in Al-Murar, Hor Al Anz, Al Qusais, Al Rigga, Al Muraqqabat, and the International City , Ras Al Khor, Al Karama, Al Satwa, The Grand Market, Tecom, Al Barsha, Al Riffa, Mirdif, Al Warqa, and Al Khail.
The Dubai Economy added that the fieldwork team also inspected 12 commercial centers, which resulted in 27 alerts, due to the lack of physical distance stickers, while the number of stores that met the requirements and precautionary measures reached 380 stores.
The Dubai economic campaign extended over the hours of the market’s work, from the morning to the closing hour. Dubai Economy directs merchants to adhere to precautionary measures such as wearing gags and gloves, applying principles of physical spacing, and not doing business in the market during the hours of national sterilization.
Caution of 27 stores, in 12 malls, because of the lack of spacing stickers.
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