Sharjah Municipality announced the end of its full preparations to receive the blessed Eid Al-Adha according to a pre-emptive plan, which it carried out through the Preparation Committee for Eid Al-Adha, and within a set of standards, preventive measures, and health controls, through which the municipality is keen to ensure the safety of all members of society, and provide service according High standards. It indicated that paying the slaughtering fees by direct debit card or credit card, and payment in cash is not accepted.
Thabet Al-Tarifi, Director General of Sharjah Municipality, urged the sacrificing community members to pay the sacrifice price for the official charities and delegate them to slaughter and distribute them, in a step through which the municipality aims to implement all precautionary measures and enhance the principle of physical distance in the current circumstances.
He stressed that the municipality has developed a systematic, proactive plan, and has formed a committee whose task will be to prepare and prepare for the reception of the feast and the public, especially in the livestock market and the central slaughterhouse, and to put in place the necessary preventive measures and measures in line with current conditions, to provide services to the public in accordance with the highest standards and raise the degree of the slaughterhouse’s readiness to receive the largest number It is sacrificed during the days of Eid, providing distinguished services to the population, overcoming obstacles in front of them, as well as organizing their entry and exit from the livestock market, where the municipality has developed plans and programs according to health controls that define how to enter and exit the market, as well as creating the appropriate environment in the central slaughterhouse The necessary sterilization on a daily basis, with the development of various methods for receiving and delivering the sacrifices, according to criteria set by the municipality, ensuring the achievement of physical separation and commitment to all preventive measures.
Omar Al-Muhairi, Head of Food Control and Veterinary Services Department confirmed that the central slaughterhouse is ready to receive sacrifice requests, and it has been fully equipped in terms of hygiene, ventilation and sterilization, providing about 60 butchers and workers in the central slaughterhouse and 15 veterinarians in both the livestock market and the central slaughterhouse Slaughtering and examining the sacrifices before and after slaughter, indicating that the slaughterhouse receives customers from the first to the fourth day of the feast from 6 in the morning until 6 in the evening.
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