Dubai police activates radars and calls citizens to adherence to the national sterilization procedures

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Dubai police activates radars and calls citizens to adherence to the national sterilization procedures

Dubai police activates radars and calls citizens to adherence to the national sterilization procedures
Dubai police activates radars and calls citizens to adherence to the national sterilization procedures



Every Dubai resident should now have a movement permit during the national sterilization operations, which is extended for two more weeks.

Dubai police has already activated the radars, since the decision to extend sterilization operations was announced yesterday evening, radars already caught dozens of vehicles in various streets and roads of the emirate

Police said that the radars will photograph all the vehicles throughout the emirate during the day, and it is only allowed to leave the house to fulfill the basic needs, while wearing a muzzle and gloves and also keep a safe distance from others."

The General Command of Dubai Police announced yesterday to intensify the precautionary measures in all regions of the Emirate of Dubai, and to restrict the movement of pedestrians and vehicles of all kind completely over 24 hours for a period of two weeks starting from 8 pm yesterday, adding that the work of food selling outlets such as societies and supermarkets as well as pharmacies and food and medicine deliveries will be authorised.

The Director of the General Department of Operations at Dubai Police, Major General Kamal Batterie Al Suwaidi said that this comes in the framework of efforts to preserve the health and safety of residents in the country, and to accelerate the pace of completion of sterilization operations within the framework of the national sterilization program.

Security patrols and electronic control technologies 'radars and cameras' will be used in Dubai to ensure that everyone complies with the procedures of the national sterilization program, legal procedures will be taken against violators.

Police urged people to call 999 for emergency cases and 901 for non-emergency cases.

Al Suwaidi urged the public to stay home and follow the precautionary measures, and adhere to precautionary measures and instructions for preventing the risk of spread of th Coronavirus (Covid 19), and for their safety and safety of their families.

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