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Violate Dubai’s #ManatiliSaBahay initiative and pay AED 1 million fine

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The authorities in the UAE have reiterated the importance of a newly launched initiative called #StayHome or #ManatiliSaBahay in Filipino.

Just recently, an unnmaed European girl was arrested after posting a video showing her indifference to the #StayHome national campaign. She had also encouraged people to defy Dubai’s social distancing instructions.

A case against her was already referred to the public prosecution.

In a separate situation, a beach-goer was also arrested for publishing a video showing himself on a local beach, violating the instructions set by the authorities.

According to an Instagram post by the Dubai Police, non-compliance with the safety measures will lead one to imprisonment and/or a fine between AED 200,000 and AED 1 million.

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#repost @dubaimediaoffice ・・・ شرطة دبي تلقي القبض على شابة أوروبية من أصول عربية بثت مقطع فيديو يظهر عدم اكتراثها بمبادرة #خلك_في_البيت والتعليمات الصحية والأمنية الحالية، وتحولها إلى نيابة مكافحة جرائم تقنية المعلومات بالنيابة العامة الاتحادية. الشرطة تؤكد أهمية الالتزام بالتعليمات حفاظاً على السلامة العامة، وتحذر من مخالفتها. عقوبة الحبس وغرامة لا تقل عن 200 ألف درهم ولا تتجاوز مليون درهم، أو إحدى العقوبتين، لكل من دعا أو حرض بأي طريقة تقنية أو وسيلة معلوماتية لعدم الانقياد إلى القوانين والأنظمة المعمول بها في الدولة. . Dubai Police has arrested a European national of Arab origin for posting a video showing her indifference to the #StayHome national campaign and encouraging people to defy authorities’ social distancing instructions. Legal measures were taken against her. The case has been referred to the Federal Public Prosecution for Information Technology Crimes. Dubai Police stresses the importance of residents fully complying with directives issued by authorities to safeguard public health. Inciting non-compliance with safety measures will lead to imprisonment and/or a fine of between AED200,000 and AED1 million.

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“The law will strictly deal with anyone risking the security, safety and comfort of members of our society,” Dubai Police added.

Photos of Dubai Police fleet showing #ManatiliSaBahay have gone viral, with some Filipinos being flattered for recognizing their existence and language in the UAE.

Ryan Namia
The Global Filipino Magazine is the only Filipino magazine in the UAE that prints on a monthly basis. Its goal is to champion the success of every global Filipino across the globe.

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