Egypt, Cairo Governor: A fine for violating store closing dates reaches 4,000 pounds Major General Khaled Abdel-Al, the governor of Cairo, confirmed that those who are not committed to the decision of the closing date of the shops are subjecting themselves to severe legal penalties and paying fines of up to 4,000 pounds.
The governor of Cairo added that monitoring campaigns on shops, cafes and restaurants continue during the remaining days of the blessed month of Ramadan and the period of the blessed Eid Al-Fitr holiday to limit the increase in the number of corona infections, and obligate everyone to apply precautionary and preventive measures to counter the spread of the virus.
The governor of Cairo called on shopkeepers to continue adhering to the closing dates at nine in the evening in the interest of public health, stressing that neighborhood chiefs have a strong commitment to applying precautionary and preventive measures to confront the emerging corona virus and firmly address violations of not wearing protective masks at the dates announced by the Corona Crisis Management Committee.
Abdel-Al indicated that he is following up around the clock efforts made to implement the precautionary measures, indicating that all executive bodies and neighborhood leaders are present in the field to follow up the implementation of the measures.
The governor of Cairo demanded that citizens adhere to wearing masks and avoid crowded places and gatherings, in the interest of their health.