Picture for illustration purposes only.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Anyone who has been fined for violating the UAE’s movement restrictions will not be able to renew their Emirates ID until they pay the fine, a Sharjah Police official said.
According to the official, fines are registered against the Emirates ID of the violator. Police have been deployed in the emirate to check those out in public during the disinfection period. Those found without valid reason to go out will be fined.
Motorists also caught violating the curfew will be fined. Using the registered vehicle plate number, police will issue the fine to the vehicle owner.
Sharjah residents are advised to bring supporting proof for leaving their home, whether to do essential work, to buy food or medicine, or to visit hospitals. ICA/Expat Media
Human smuggling in UAE: 41 victims found, 67 suspects arrested
Indian teacher dies of Covid-19 in Abu Dhabi
Indian nurse praised by Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed reveals abandoned Europe dream
Hail in Sharjah, rain in UAE, more rainfall forecast until Tuesday
Dubai OFW urges DOLE’s Bello to simplify requirements for $200 cash assistance
6 winners share Dh1 million in Emirates Loto, no winner yet for Dh50 million jackpot
New rules to reopen Abu Dhabi hotels and their restaurants, bars, beaches, pools, gyms
Coronavirus in UAE: 812 new cases, 697 recoveries on May 23
Eid timings for Dubai Metro, bus, tram and public transport
Covid-19 vaccine tested for first time in humans appears safe: report
Man trapped in burning Fujairah villa rescued