AED 10,000 penalty awaits party organisers in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Police

Those caught hosting parties in Abu Dhabi will be slapped with a fine of AED 10,000 and AED 5,000 handed out to those attending it.

That’s according to the police force in the UAE capital, who took to their official social media handles, to remind the public about the penalties for breaking COVID-19 safety protocols.

They also urged the public to report COVID-19 violators by dialling 8002626, texting 2828, or emailing

. أهابت شرطة أبوظبي بالجمهور ضرورة الالتزام بالاجراءات الاحترازية للحد من انتشار فيروس "كوفيد-19" مشددة على خطورة...

Posted by Abu Dhabi Police on Tuesday, May 11, 2021

The reminder comes just a day after the Dubai Police announced that those organising parties in the Emirate will face AED 50,000 in fine, and AED 15,000 for those attending it.

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