COVID-19: Sharjah Economic Department Closes Women’s Salon and Hypermarket


Sharjah: Sharjah’s Ministry of Economic Development shut down a women’s salon and one of the emirate’s hypermarkets on Sunday due to their failure to implement decisions on preventive and precautionary measures and controls to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

The measures were taken during the tours and inspection campaigns carried out by the control teams of the Directorate of Surveillance and Commercial Protection, in cooperation with the various competent authorities of the emirate.

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Sharjah’s economic department said a number of violations were observed at facilities that had been closed, showing their lack of commitment to implement decisions on preventive measures and precautionary controls, such as exceeding the specified capacity for installation and failure to comply with social distancing protocols.

The department has also stepped up its role during the current period with the aim of ensuring that all establishments adhere to the instructions and circulars recently issued by the department and to policies governing the business practices and engagement of all economic establishments. and their visitors to precaution and prevention. measures.

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