COVID-19: Four Dubai establishments shut due to overcrowding

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Four establishments have been shut down in Dubai for not complying with COVID-19 precautionary measures.

Dubai Municipality issued the closure orders to two fitness centres (Al Ramool and Trade Centre areas) and two salons (Al Badaa and Trade Centre areas) due to overcrowding.

The authority also fined five outlets and issued warnings to 33 others.

Its latest round of inspections covered a total of 2,443 establishments.

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