Health UAE: AED1,000 for violating social distancing, AED2,000 for leaving...

UAE: AED1,000 for violating social distancing, AED2,000 for leaving houses unnecessary


- Advertisment -

UAE announced that people who will violate social distancing rule in the country may face AED1,000 fine.

An AED2,000 fine, meanwhile, will be imposed for people who will leave their houses for uneccessary reasons.

These new rules are just part of the newly issued resolution No. (38) for the year 2020 following the cabinet decision No. 17 of 2020 regarding violating regulations for spreading communicable diseases.

Additionally, a fine of AED1,000 will be imposed for residents for not wearing medical masks indoors.

Motorists who allow more than three passengers in car will get AED1,000 fine.

Anyone caught organizing social events like wedding parties will get AED1,000 fine. Meanwhile, attendees of the event will be fined AED 5,000.

A person who is under quarantine leaves the facility, he will be slapped with AED 50,000 fine.

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.

Latest news

Dubai Police prevents dad from forcing son into studying a specific course in college

As part of their continuous efforts towards preserving and protecting children's rights, the Dubai Police have recently...

Filipino senior engineer wins AED333,333 or P4.54 million in Mahzooz raffle draw

A Filipino senior engineer in the UAE won AED333,333 or approximately P4.54 million in the latest weekly...

Philippine consul general in Dubai graces Filipino Institute’s in-person graduation

Philippine Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes graced the in-person graduation of Filipino Institute last Friday, September 17...

Electronic wristband no longer required for int’l travelers, close contacts

International travelers are no longer required to wear an electronic wristband and those in contact with positive...
- Advertisement -

BREAKING: Covid-19 test no longer required to enter Abu Dhabi starting Sep 19

Authorities in Abu Dhabi said that the Covid-19 test requirements to enter the emirate of Abu Dhabi...

DFA brings home 360 distressed OFWs from UAE

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), through the Office of the Undersecretary for Migrant Workers' Affairs (OUMWA),...

Must read

- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you