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UAE to fine residents with AED 3,000 for not maintaining social distancing

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UAE has very recently revised the fines for Covid-19 violators.

The revised list of fines is below:

-AED50,000 – opening schools, gyms, cinema, parks, cafes, restaurant and pools
-AED20,000 – Not placing thermal cameras where required
-AED10,000 party host; AED5,000 for attendees each
-AED3,000 for more than three people travelling
-AED5,000 fine for companies; AED500 for employees not wearing face masks
-AED3,000 for person not maintaining social distancing in shops and restaurants
-AED5,000 for refusing to do Covid-19 test

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