During the crowded sale at a shopping centre in Ajman.
PHOTO BY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
DUBAI – A popular shopping centre in Ajman has been shut down and fined Dh5,000 after holding a sale that drew in a massive crowd.
Authorities said the shopping centre management violated precautionary measures against the spread of Covid-19.
Shoppers failed to adhere to social distancing measures, and the mall also exceeded its limit on the number of visitors, inspectors said.
The mall was shut down by the Department of Economic Development in coordination with Ajman Police and the local Crises, Disasters and Emergencies Team. ICA/Expat Media
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