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Dubai police have started monitoring the curfew in the streets through scooters

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Dubai police have started monitoring the curfew in the streets through scooters
دُبئی پولیس نےسکوٹرز کے ذریعے گلی محلوں میں کرفیو کی نگرانی شروع کر ..
Curfew in Dubai from 10pm to 6am is strictly enforced to restrict people from their homes, and those who violate government orders are being fined heavily. However, a scooter patrol unit has been set up by the police to enforce the curfew, with personnel wearing smart helmets and thermal cameras recording body temperature. People standing at a distance will be able to check their temperature.
Police personnel on scooters will patrol, especially in narrow streets, to ensure that no one comes out of the house and violates the curfew.


Because narrow streets and roads are difficult to monitor by vehicles. Often in such narrow bazaars and streets, people come out of their houses without any worries, because they believe that police patrol vehicles cannot enter these streets.

Brigadier Abdullah Khadim, director of the Bur Dubai Police Station, said surveillance on scooters would go a long way in identifying curfew violators. These scooters can be used for up to 8 hours with a full battery charge. Each scooter also has a first aid kit for dealing with emergency cases. Brigadier Khadim urged the people to impose a complete curfew, not to leave their homes at all, except in case of an emergency. Exit will be allowed.
People are fully allowed to leave their homes at times other than the curfew, but to prevent people from corona, it would be better for them to get out of work even during these times and to maintain social distance during this time.
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