129 people in police custody for violating COVID-19 home quarantine rules:UAE

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129 people in police custody for violating COVID-19 home quarantine rules:UAE

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129 people in police custody for violating COVID-19 home quarantine rules: UAE

Abu Dhabi: A total of 129 people are in Police custody for violating the quarantine rules in UAE. They have been referred to public prosecution.

Violators of home quarantine will be fined Dh 50,000 for the first time and the fine may reach Dh100,000 if repeated. If the violation is repeated for the third time, the violators will be fined with minimum Dh100,000 and up to three years in jail.

“Pursuant to the Cabinet Resolution No. 17 of 2020, those who fail to comply with home quarantine measures will be referred to the Emergency and Crisis Prosecution at the Federal Public Prosecution if the violation is committed for the third time. They will be tried and jailed for a minimum of three years or fined a minimum of Dh100,000 as per the law,” said the Chief of the Emergency and Crisis Prosecution.

 

News Source: Gulf News

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