Dubai Pilot Fined AED 10,000 for Organizing a Yacht Party

To everyone, please be reminded that having a party is still prohibited. The Dubai Police have fined a pilot with a AED 10,000 fine for organising a private yacht party that violated announced precautionary measures against COVID-19.

Pls read the updated list of Fines against COVID-19 precautionary measures.

This incident was reported by the Dubai Police authorities and mentions that the party was attended by as many as 25 guests who also did not comply with the social distancing measures or wearing face masks.

Please be advised that authorities are strictly monitoring residents and violators of the safety protocols. Be informed that we all need to stay safe and follow the rules.

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Below are posts from the Dubai Police social media accounts regarding this incident: Dubai police fine pilot for organising party in violations of COVID-19 precautionary measures.

dubai police fine pilot yacht party

This report serves as a reminder to us all that we have to remain vigilant and maintain social distances procedures. Wear face masks when we are out in public.

Please stay safe everyone!

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