Dubai returns to normal business hours for all sectors
Dubai returns to normal business hours for all sectors

Dubai Economy called on the business community to adhere to the previously announced procedures and protocols that have been identified for the various economic activities in order to contribute effectively to maintaining the health and safety of the community.

Dubai economy also seeks to maintain the efforts made by the various authorities in the United Arab Emirates as well as to comply with the directives of the leadership and competent government agencies that sought to overcome the effects of Covid-19.

His Excellency Sami Al Qamzi, Director General of Dubai Economy, stressed that returning to normal life and allowing round-the-clock movement confirms the role of the leadership and the competent authorities in Dubai in containing the epidemic and supporting the business environment in order to ensure its spread.

Sustainability and continuity. Al-Qamzi expressed his happiness at the responsibility shown by each member of the Emirate’s society in preserving the outputs and results of these efforts, for the benefit and safety of all.

Al-Qamzi thanked the various business sectors for their commitment to the precautionary measures and procedures that appeared during the various stages of reopening the market. Al-Qamzi said that the private sector played an excellent role in strengthening and supporting government efforts since the outbreak, which in turn contributed to the success of the national sterilization program, which witnessed complete sterilization of all facilities in the country.

The Dubai economy affirmed that the return to normalcy confirms the principle of "we are all responsible". Previous warning protocols will continue to be implemented, such as restrictions on public gatherings and advice on avoiding family visits to ensure everyone's health and safety, as well as reducing the number of passengers in one car to three except for members of the same family, and the need to wear a face mask if there is more than one person in the car. It also encouraged Dubai's economy to use smart and non-contact payment methods provided by different parties to ensure safety.

The Dubai Economy confirmed that the relevant inspection teams will continue inspections and campaigns across stores, businesses, and shopping malls, and the law will be applied strictly and consistently to protect the interests and safety of the public.

The Department of Economic Development also called on consumers to report any non-compliance with the Covid-19 Precautionary Guidelines through the Dubai Consumer App, or by calling 600545555 or on the website www.consumerrights.ae.