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Campaign intensified to monitor wearing of mask: hefty fine for not wearing mask

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Campaign intensified to monitor wearing of mask: hefty fine for not wearing mask

The follow-up committee for the implementation of health requirements to combat the spread of the Coronavirus has intensified its campaigns on commercial complexes and shops to monitor the extent of the commitment of workers and customers to wear masks and gloves.

During the fourth stage of return to normal life, the committee detected more than 2000 violations in the six governorates, in which neither workers nor customers wearing masks and following health requirements.

The committee implemented violations including 100 KD fine or closing down the shops for failing to follow health measures.

The committee recorded 350 violations of non-compliance with health requirements and masks in Farwaniya, while about 20 violations were recorded in Mubarak Al-Kabeer Governorate, 15 in Al-Jahra and 10 in Hawalli.

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Dilip Kundimar
Saturday, September 19, 2020
My dear Saira Bandu,
Gornment already started taking strict action by many rules and process to throw the expats out. Pulice cannot run after all the expats and check who is wearing mask full or half or cuffing or sheezing. So they decided to throwed them out. This is the way for solving prablem parmanentely. Sarry my english not 1st langege. I am wear mask even tiping this massage.

Saira Banu
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
There are many staffs within companies who were not ready to wear masks and roaming around without any safety making the life of others also on threat. Those staffs are taking rules so light and no serious at all. We wish the government takes strict action on those so that it will make other violators to follow the rules.

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