Reopening responsibly: Dh3,000 fine for stepping out unnecessarily from 11pm to 6am in Dubai
Mobility restrictions remain during the National Sterlisation Programme hours.
Dubai and some other emirates are easing back to normalcy with most businesses, including cinemas and gyms, now open with stringent precautionary measures in place. However, mobility restrictions remain during the National Sterlisation Programme hours from 11pm to 6am in Dubai; and 10pm to 6am in all other emirates.
The Dubai Police have warned residents about a Dh3,000 fine for stepping out during these hours except for emergencies.
Taking to Twitter, the police explained that residents can step out during "curfew times" only for:
> Buying food and medicines
> Health emergencies
> Job-related purposes in vital sectors.
Residents need to obtain a permit from https://dxbpermit.gov.ae before venturinf out during these hours, the police added.
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