Briefing details (29) of the UAE government on Corona Virus – Across the Emirates – News and Reports

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“We see a daily increase in cases of injury due to irresponsible behaviors by some, and it is a very few who are unaware of the consequences of not adhering to the health guidelines,” said Dr. Amna Al-Dahhak, UAE government spokesperson, during a regular briefing to the Emirates government. Stressing that the widening of the circle of infections does not require more than a few violations of a person or two, to completely infected families with the Corona virus.

She said that 37,844 new exams were performed, and 832 new cases of the newly infected Krona virus were recorded, all of which receive the necessary medical care, bringing the total number of cases registered in the country to this day to 24,190 cases, noting that the number of cure cases of # Covid 19 in the country increased to 9,577 One case, after health authorities registered 1,065 new cases of recovery.

She pointed to the death of 4 people who were infected with the new # Corona virus, and as a result of complications associated with infection with the virus, bringing the total deaths in the country to 224 people, the number of cases infected with # Corona_New virus that are still receiving treatment in the state is 14,389 cases.

Dr. Amna said: Despite the unfortunate violations that we see, in return, we offer many thanks and gratitude to hundreds of thousands of citizens and residents who are committed to all precautionary measures, and are keen to preserve their health and the health of those around them. Pointing out that it gives us great pleasure to see many families committed to avoiding family gatherings, and choosing to participate in celebrating their happy occasions through modern means of communication, so we see virtual family celebrations of graduation of children, the arrival of a new baby to the family, all of whom are responsible behaviors.

“We receive Eid Al-Fitr, filled with confidence, that our generous audience of citizens and residents on the state’s land continue to adhere to health and preventive guidelines, and provide the world with role models in responsibility, and ensure their safety and the safety of their loved ones,” she said, noting that “the decision to partially relax the restrictions comes to achieve A balance between satisfying the needs of a segment of society, whose business and source of income are linked to the commodity trade sector, and continuing to adhere to the recommended health guidelines, so the partial mitigation decision set many restrictions and conditions to be followed.

Modifying the dates of the national sterilization program to become from eight in the evening until six in the morning of the next day, so that the application of the date of the national sterilization program starts from the evening of Wednesday 27 Ramadan until further notice.

For his part, Saif Al Dhaheri, the official spokesman of the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management said that the amendment is in line with the national procedures to preserve the safety of society, and in light of what was observed during Ramadan during the cases of cases of Covid 19, and the leniency of some members of society and indifference to preventive measures .

Food outlets, cooperative societies, groceries, supermarkets, and pharmacies continue to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the sterilization program period, which is excluded.

السماح Allowing a number of sales outlets, which include shops that trade meat, vegetables, fruits, toasters, mills, slaughterhouses, fish, coffee and tea, in addition to shops that trade nuts, sweets and chocolate, to operate from 6 am until 8 pm.

Dr. Saif stressed the importance of all stores and those authorized to work in compliance with the applicable health and safety procedures, which include taking into account that the percentage of shoppers does not exceed 30% of the total capacity.

Opening of business centers from nine in the morning until seven in the evening, starting from 27 Ramadan, with the application of all standards, procedures and precautionary measures, provided that the new time is announced later on the day of Eid.

Dr. noted. Saif pointed out that there are requirements that have been circulated to the commercial centers, namely the ban on entry to the elderly over 60 and children under 12 years old. And we warn visitors to the centers that the shopping period must not exceed two hours, in order to reduce the crowding of shoppers, and to maintain the remaining 30% of the capacity of shoppers within the commercial centers.

Dr. called. Seif to avoid family visits and gatherings during this sensitive period, and we advise individuals to communicate using electronic means or call over the phone instead of visits, stressing the importance of refraining from distributing Eid to children or even spending it from banks and circulating among individuals during this period, and the use of electronic alternatives So.

With regard to the Eid prayer, we stress the importance of adhering to what was mentioned by the Emirates Council for Legal Fatwa, in the forefront of which is keenness to pray at home, and to take health protection reasons as a legal obligation, a necessity of life and a national commitment.

Salem Al Zaabi, Acting Head of the Emergency Prosecution, Crisis and Disaster Prosecution at the Federal Public Prosecution said that it was clear to us, in light of the follow-up, that there were behaviors by some people in the community that had a bit of recklessness, in addition to what the competent authorities monitored for some insistence on committing a certain type of violations or indifference.

Al-Zaabi confirmed that the Public Prosecutor decided to update the list of previously announced violations and fines and administrative penalties, and to increase the severity of some of them according to the requirements of the public interest, to suit the current situation and government trends towards easing restrictions related to precautionary measures to combat # Kovid 19 disease.

Al-Zaabi indicated that the violator will be referred to the Public Prosecution when any of the violations related to non-compliance with the quarantine instructions are committed for the second time and submitted to the criminal trial, and it is punishable by imprisonment for a period not exceeding 6 months, and a fine of not less than 100 thousand dirhams, or one of these two penalties, Stressing that pictures and names of violators will be published in newspapers and the media based on a decision by the Public Prosecutor if he deems it necessary.

He added that the Public Prosecution will take measures against the violator in full, and will not hesitate or lenient in applying the provisions of the law that may reach imprisonment for a period not exceeding 6 months, and a fine of no less than 100 thousand dirhams on anyone who violates the procedures and precautionary measures applied to limit the spread of disease # Coved 19.

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