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Dubai and Sharjah Police on the streets: Kindly stay home

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Dubai and Sharjah Police officers are seen roaming streets to tell residents to stay home amid coronavirus spread.

In a video shared by Donaville Cepe, it shows a Dubai Police car telling a couple of residents to stay home.

Meanwhile, a Lovin Dubai video also shows a police car in Sharjah. Officers can be heard saying ‘Kindly stay home’.

UAE government has recently made a statement urging its residents and citizens to stay home and only go out if it’s necessary.

Meanwhile, the Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn M. Quintana has also released a statement for Filipinos in the UAE to stay in ther home or accommodation if possible to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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