Municipality closes 175 shops for coronavirus lockdown breaches

Kuwait’s Municipality has closed 175 shops in the Capital Governorate in April for violating coronavirus precautionary measures.
Municipality inspection teams issued 352 violations and had stumbled across 140,075 commercial establishments, including cafes, hair salons, restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets and livestock and fish markets.
The efforts are being carried out in compliance with the Cabinet and the Ministry of Health decisions, read a statement.
The municipality’s general cleaning and road works department sanitised and sterilized 52,560 containers.
It has also placed notices on 2,004 neglected vehicles and impounded another 95, in addition to the issuance of 80 violations on public cleanliness and waste transportation regulations.
Street vendors were handed 37 violations and 91 warnings, while shops were handed 92 violations.
Meanwhile, 13 notices for violations were issued to various real estate properties


Source: Kuwait News Agency

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