Abu Dhabi: Saudi authorities have shut down 52 kitchens in Jeddah for breaking COVID-19 health protocols during Eid Al Adha holidays, Saudi media reported.
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The Undersecretary for sub-municipalities, Engineer Mohammad bin Ibrahim Al Zahrani, said 227 make-shift farms in Jeddah have also been removed for breaking municipal regulations and instructions, and that inspectors ensured kitchens authorised to slaughter sacrificial animals during Eid Al Adha have complied with municipal requirements and precautionary measures.