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SHARJAH – Authorities in Sharjah announced that employees at restaurants and cafes who have not been vaccinated must take a PCR test every two weeks.
The food establishments must display stickers to show that their employees have a negative PCR test result or are vaccinated against Covid-19.
According to the Sharjah Municipality, precautionary measures must continue to be enforced, including social distancing.
A maximum of four people are allowed per table, and each table must be placed at least two metres apart. ICA/Expat Media
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