“Manatili sa Bahay” Dubai Police Cars Remind Residents in Tagalog to #StayHome

The UAE has been advising residents and citizens to stay at home as part of the efforts of the government to prevent the spread of the virus which has become a pandemic.

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Dubai Police has posted awareness campaigns online and on the streets. They even shared the message in Filipino (Tagalog) in order to make it easier for the Filipino community to understand the importance of staying home.

A post by Donaville Cepe on Facebook shares a photo where a Dubai Police car has the Tagalog version of the hashtag #StayHome which is #ManatiliSaBahay

Another user shared on Twitter (@lyzaborjal) of a BMW Dubai Police car with the same message.

It is very important for us all to practice social distancing. The virus has claimed thousands of lives globally and we should all do our part and avoid going out (unless necessary).

Dubai Police has also been patrolling the streets in order to keep reminding and calling out residents outside to stay home. Here’s a video:

Restaurants are now closed as well as shopping centers. Supermarkets and pharmacies remain open for our basic necessities.

Here’s a post of the Filipino version on the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa. Photo posted on Instagram by @jasminmatiga:

On another note, here’s a video of Umm Al Quwain Police also sharing the same message to #stayhome.

Video: Burj Khalifa Lights up to Remind Residents to #StayHome

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