In the United Arab Emirates, 552 new cases of corona have been reported, 7 more people have died
The number of people infected with Corona in the country rose to 12,481, bringing the death toll to 105
Dubai: 552 new cases of corona have been reported in the United Arab Emirates, killing seven more people. According to the details, 552 new cases of corona have been reported in the United Arab Emirates, bringing the number of people infected with corona in the country to 12,481. The total number of deaths in the country has reached 105. So far, 2,429 people in the country have recovered and gone home, while there are 9,947 active cases, of which one patient is in critical condition.
So far more than 1.122 million tests have been done in the country while more tests are underway. Lockdown in the country has been conditionally relaxed, shopping malls and shops have been opened while restaurants have also been opened. In the UAE, on the other hand, business and commercial centers and recreational activities have been closed for several weeks after the outbreak of the corona virus, which has led to a significant deterioration in the economic situation of the people.
Due to the lockdown, people are locked in their homes and have no means of earning. At such a time, many aid packages and reliefs are being given by the UAE states to get the business community out of trouble. Great news has also been announced in the UAE state of Fujairah for people involved in various fields and businesses. A special decree has been issued by Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Sharqi, the ruler of Fujairah and a member of the Emirati Supreme Council, under which various sectors and professions have been exempted from taxes for the entire year 2020.
According to the decree, local markets, Friday markets, poultry and meat shops, tailor shops, cinema houses, entertainment venues and all shops in hotels and shopping malls have been exempted from tax for the year. In addition, hotels and their apartments, coastal and recreational areas, fitness centers, health clubs, wedding halls, women’s beauty salons and men’s barber shops will also be tax-exempt for the whole year. Sheikh Hamad has issued instructions to all concerned government agencies to implement this concessional decision immediately. Earlier, a big announcement was made by Sharjah Asset Management, according to which thousands of shopkeepers have been given huge discounts in terms of rent.