The Doha Municipality’s Health Control Section conducted 1,494 inspection tours on various food outlets and facilities across its jurisdiction throughout May, issuing 61 violation reports and shutting 12 food outlets and facilities for periods varying from three to 30 days. The majority of violations were related to the preparation of food products in unhygienic conditions and the absence of valid health certificates for the workers concerned. The veterinarians supervised the work at the central automated slaughterhouse. They inspected 119, 083 slaughtered livestock carcasses, and fully destroyed 2,759, in addition to 2,249kg of meat as they were found to be unsuitable for human consumption.
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