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Residents in UAE to get AED3,000 or P40,000 fine for going outside without face masks


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The authorities in the UAE have reminded the citizens and residents to wear face masks all the when going outside or get fined with AED3,000 or approximately P40,000. 

Below are the circumstances under which residents can be fined for not wearing a face mask: 

1. Vising an indoor public place or shopping centres. 

2. Using public transportation. 

3. Walking around or being in public areas that are crowded. 

4. Being in private vehicles that have two or more passengers. 

The mandatory use of masks has been imposed in May. 

Police authorities are regularly patrolling public areas such as malls, beaches, and parks to ensure that residents follow the Covid-19 guidelines. 

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