UAE residents will be fined Dh50,000 if they violate the mandatory quarantine rules of the country

UAE residents will be fined Dh50,000 if they violate the mandatory quarantine rules of the country

Returning UAE residents will be fined Dh50,000 if they violate the mandatory quarantine rules of the country. According to the National Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA), expatriate residents returning to the UAE must comply with the country's mandatory quarantine guidelines or else they can be fined for up to Dh50,000.

As per the updated Resolution No. (38) of 2020 on enforcement of penalties for violations following the Cabinet Resolution No. (17) of 2020 to contain the spread of Covid-19, Dh50,000 fine will be imposed for non-compliance with home quarantine instructions as per the home quarantine manuals, and quarantine at private facilities determined by competent authorities. This also goes for those refusing to take the test again as per health protocols or implementing these measures.

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