Abu Dhabi Police Initiatives in the period of Eid Al-Fitr

Abu Dhabi police contributions in all civil aspects and an alliance of all parties concerned with the health and security of citizens, in order to provide all the means that guarantee their care in light of the global crisis until the final disposal of the coronavirus.

Abu Dhabi Police Initiatives

No “greeting” messages while driving

Abu Dhabi Police warns motorists of the dangers of preoccupation without the road, explaining that preoccupation with the road does not lead to sudden deviation, which is caused by the use of the phone to browse the Internet and social networking sites or make a call, or take pictures and other behaviours that may lead to serious accidents for drivers Especially during the period of Eid Al-Fitr.

The Police urged the need to focus on driving and road monitoring, to avoid vehicle deviation, slowing and disrupting traffic and traffic, and bypassing the red light.

Abu Dhabi Police called for the necessity to adhere to the laws of traffic, as the sudden deviation of the vehicle is one of the most prominent causes of dangerous accidents.

The Police stressed the importance of adhering to the established speeds and not to be distracted from the road while driving the vehicle in any way and to leave a sufficient safety distance between the vehicles and to ensure that the path is not changed unless after ensuring that the road is clear.

Abu Dhabi Police call for these gatherings during the Eid holiday

Abu Dhabi Police called on the public to take precautionary measures during the Eid Al Fitr holiday.

The police noted the need to take care to apply social divergence, to maintain a safe distance with people and to avoid visiting the elderly and people with chronic diseases and greeting by phone and social media.

The police also called on the public for any gatherings, meetings, or celebrations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi on safety service 8002626.

Imprisonment and the fine of trading in fireworks without a license

Abu Dhabi Police warned of the dangers of fireworks during the celebration of Eid Al Fitr and urged parents to tighten control over children who buy them to avoid unfortunate incidents.

The police stressed that the law punishes with imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months and a fine of no more than 10 thousand dirhams, or one of these two penalties, whoever, without a license, trades fireworks, imports, exports, manufactures or introduces them into the country.

A Covid-19 patient thanks Abu Dhabi police for caring for her children

For the safety of citizens in the Emirates, at the service of the Abu Dhabi Police. The woman expressed her thanks to the Abu Dhabi Police for caring for her children for more than two weeks, after she, her husband and her relatives were hospitalized with Covid-19.

Ayesha Khan and her family were forced to leave the children, ages 3 to 13, at home on their own after contracting the virus.

The police discovered the situation, and arranged the names of Al Jasmi, a civil administrative officer, to deliver food from a nearby restaurant and deliver supermarket supplies to the children for 17 days until their families returned.

This video shows His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, listening to the city administrator, Asma Al Jasmi, from the Abu Dhabi Police, her experience and the story of her dealings with a family with corona without the presence of parents.

Source: thenational
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