Al Wakra Municipality’s health control section conducted 838 inspection tours at various food establishments in May, resulting in the issuance of 16 violation reports in accordance with Law No 8 of 1990 on the regulation of human food control.
Of these, 11 violations were resolved through reconciliation and five were referred to the police for necessary procedures, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment said.
The section also received 11 related complaints, which were dealt with immediately.
Meanwhile, veterinarians at the section inspected 18,893 carcasses of livestock at the automated slaughterhouse and 346 tonnes of fish at the fishing harbour during the same period.
Also, the director of Al Wakra Municipality issued administrative decisions to shut down two restaurants for violations.
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