The caution is in view of the holidays. Sharjah Police Chief Maj. Gen. Saif al-Sarri Al Shamsi said those who were disinfected from 8 pm to 6 am could face fines. Disinfection is available in industrial areas from 6 pm to 6 am.
A special committee has been set up by the police, municipality, the Sharjah Economic Development Department and the Ministry of Home Affairs and Human Resources to prevent the spread of Kovid in industry. Every day the situation is assessed and action is taken.
Special inspection at labor centers
A total of 97,645 workers in 31 residential centers have been subjected to Covid inspection so far. The list of various areas is prepared and inspected daily. Covid confirmed to a few of the workers. The affected persons will be shifted to a special center for treatment. The underclassmen should stay in the quarantine. Workers’ centers will be provided for this purpose. Workers are not allowed to leave the emirate or to outsiders. Health workers are also raising awareness in the camps. Al Shamsi also said that due to stringent measures, the disease prevalence is low. The police supply the food with the help of Sharjah charity in the camps of companies facing financial crisis. Employers face problems including unpaid salaries. Sharjah Charity also helps those who are struggling to pay rent.
Drones for surveillance
Drones for surveillance in residential areas and work areas. Notifications are also provided using loudspeakers on vehicles. Pamphlet distribution is accompanied by this. Crowds should avoid the festival. The police advised to stay home as much as possible.
Inspection has been intensified in hair salons, beauty centers, malls, hypermarkets and other vendors.
Disinfection: an advanced system
The municipality says it is regularly disinfecting all areas of Sharjah. Disinfection will continue until the covid is threatened. Disinfection is performed using 900 advanced machines. Around 1,200 employees have been given special training in this regard.