PHOTO BY UAE PUBLIC PROSECUTION
DUBAI – An Arab woman was fined Dh10,000 for organising a public gathering during the UAE’s movement restriction period, the UAE Public Prosecution announced on Thursday (July 2).
The UAE Public Prosecution published its second list of violators of the Covid-19 precautionary measures, after it warned in Ma tat law breakers will be named and shamed in the media.
In its latest list, a woman identified by her initials as A.A. was fined for violating the UAE’s ban on organising gatherings or private parties. Four others—including three Arab women and an Asian man—were also fined Dh5,000 each for attending such gatherings.
Meanwhile, three Asian men were fined Dh3,000 each for failing to wear a mask while inside their private vehicles.
An Emirati man and two Asian men were also slapped with a fine of Dh3,000 for traveling during movement restrictions in the emirates.
Another Emirati man and an Asian man were fined Dh2,000 each for violating the restrictions in their emirate on limiting the spread of communicable diseases. ICA/Expat Media
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