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Dubai fines another woman AED10,000 for throwing party which was attended by local celebrity


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Dubai Police has fined another woman in the emirate for throwing a party while violating Covid-19 protocols. 

The private party, according to a tweet from the Dubai Police, was attended by several media personnel and an Arab celebrity. The video of them celebrating the party showed them not complying with social distancing measures and not wearing masks. 

Brig. Jamal Salem Al Jallaf, director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation at the Dubai Police, ordered the woman to show in their station as soon as the video went viral. 

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