Dubai government announces ban on gathering of more than 10 people

Original title: Dubai government announces ban on gathering of more than 10 people

Dubai government announces ban on gathering of more than 10 people

Source: Internet

Covid-19, January 22nd, the Supreme Council of the Dubai crisis and disaster management issued an emergency regulation that, in order to contain the new crown epidemic, all social gatherings, including weddings and private gatherings, were restricted to only one degree relatives in hotels or at home. The maximum number of persons who could attend the meeting could not exceed 10 persons. The regulations come into force on January 27th.

In addition, the Supreme Council also stipulated that all local restaurants and hookah cafes should increase the table spacing from 2 meters to 3 meters, with no more than 7 people sitting on each table in the restaurant and no more than 4 people sitting on each table in the hookah cafes.

Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed in the UAE increased 3552 cases, a record high of 11 consecutive days. Due to novel coronavirus pneumonia, the local government has introduced some anti epidemic measures recently. For example, all hospitals in Dubai cancelled non urgent operations for a month to ensure that key equipment such as ventilators and oxygen generators were given priority to new crown pneumonia patients. In addition, the government of Dubai also banned all recreational activities in hotels, restaurants and water sports boats. . (CCTV reporter Sun Jian)

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