Are you planning to throw a party on New Year Eve? Read this story to avoid fine!
Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announced on December 26 certain guidelines that need to be followed on New year Eve.
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) December 26, 2020
What are the guidelines?
According to the official announcement, only 30 persons in family gatherings and events organized in tents and homes will be allowed. The rule is subjected to compliance with the rule of 1 person per 4 square meters.
People will be required to wear face coverings and maintain a social distance of at least 2 meters from one another.
Moreover, elderly people and those with chronic diseases should be recommended not to attend gatherings. People who have cough, flu, or other symptoms should also not attend the parties.
What if I don’t follow these rules?
The Supreme Committee has also announced fines and heavy penalties for those violating the aforementioned guidelines.
As per the details, both the host and the attendees would be fined. Fine for the hosts of private social gatherings that violate guidelines will be Dh50, 000.
According to the international news agency, Dh15, 000 each – Fine for attendees at a party or social gathering that violates guidelines.
Above all, the Supreme Committee has also mentioned guidelines related to private social gatherings will be stringently enforced and inspections will continue to be held to ensure compliance.