COVID-19: Dh3,000 fine for more than these many people in a vehicle in UAE

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what are the rules around maximum number of people allowed in the UAEWhat are the rules around passengers travelling in the same car? Image Credit: Gulf News

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Latest guidelines around people travelling in a carGulf News readers wrote in enquiring about the latest guidelines. Image Credit: Gulf News

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The rules around social distancing and personal hygiene while travelling in a vehicle were clarified by the National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA).The National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) has issued clear regulations around precautionary measures for COVID-19. Image Credit: Gulf News

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On June 25, when the National Disinfection Programme was successfully concluded, NCEMA had issued reminders on general rules that needed to be followed to continue the precautions against COVID-19. Read about the restrictions here: Image Credit: Gulf News

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Guidelines around travelling in a vehicleImage Credit: Gulf News

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“A maximum of three people are allowed to travel in a car at the same time, with the exception of members of the same family. If there is more than one person in a car, masks must be worn at all times.”If you are not members of the same family, only three people can be in a car. Image Credit: Gulf News

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On August 2, the Weqaya hotline (800 –WEQAYA) set up by NCEMA, confirmed that while there were no restrictions on members of the same family travelling in a vehicleImage Credit: Gulf News

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If passengers are not family members, a maximum of three are allowedImage Credit: Gulf News

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Individuals have also been urged to wear masks at all times, especially if they are in a vehicle with someone else.Wearing a mask is also crucial and non-compliance can lead to a heavy fine. Image Credit: Gulf News

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Fines you should be aware of According to the Weqaya hotline, anyone found in violation of the social distancing guidelines within vehicles or found outside without a mask would be fined Dh3,000 and above.Fines for non-compliance Image Credit: Gulf News

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