Two establishments closed in Dubai for breaching COVID-19 rules

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Inspectors from Dubai Municipality have ordered two more closures as they continue their crackdown on firms failing to abide by the COVID-19 precautionary measures.

A salon in Dubai’s Karama district has been shut for overcrowding and personal hygiene violations.

The authority has increased checks for COVID-19 compliance during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Another launderette was closed in Naif for breaking health protocols.

A total 27 warnings were issued by the inspectors, who’ve now carried out 2,384 visits.

Just two per cent of the establishments checked have been in breach of the rules.

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