Some companies in the UAE announced the temporary suspension of their services due to the storm

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A number of businesses in the Emirates have made the announcement that they will temporarily suspend their services as a result of the storm.

Because of the severe rains, delivery businesses in the UAE have temporarily halted their services in certain locations.

We have informed homeowners in locations where deliveries are still occurring that they should expect delays as riders adjust to the unpredictable weather conditions.

UAE Weather: Delivery companies in the Emirates announce the suspension of their services in some areas.

Transportation companies in the Emirates have announced that they will be suspending their services in certain regions due to the weather conditions.

With thunderstorms, torrential rains, and hailstorms pounding the Emirates on Tuesday, delivery businesses in the United Arab Emirates have temporarily halted their services in certain regions.

Multiple roadways have flooded, causing some automobiles to break down on flooded streets.

We have informed customers in regions where deliveries are still occurring that they may expect delays.

Due to bad weather, Careem Company in the Emirates issued a statement to customers.

The Careem Company in the Emirates has released a statement to its consumers, citing the adverse weather conditions.

Careem has issued a statement in which it indicates that their captains, who are riders, are not required to make a delivery at a particular time if they do not like to do so.

"Our captains have the flexibility to set their own schedules, which enables them to work whenever it is most convenient for them because they are not subject to any pressure or shifts that are imposed on them," a representative for the company stated.

Additionally, it has restricted the delivery areas that grocery stores and restaurants are able to serve. In this way, we are able to make shorter excursions, which not only ensures the safety of captains who choose to ride but also allows us to continue to serve the bulk of our clients. Additionally, we have implemented a location-based method for pausing and restarting deliveries, taking into account the weather conditions and the availability of captains in each region.

Due to bad weather, Deliveroo in the UAE issued a statement to customers.

Because of the severe weather, customers in the United Arab Emirates received a statement from Deliveroo.

Deliveroo has informed its clients through its mobile application that they may encounter "fewer restaurants, grocers, and stores" than they are accustomed to.

The company released a statement stating that its riders can assess the driving conditions in their respective regions and have the option to "temporarily log out if they feel unsafe driving."

We restrict delivery locations in order to cut down on the number of driving miles; however, this is contingent on how different areas are affected. In addition, we promptly halt operations in all impacted regions if the weather continues to deteriorate, making it unsafe for riders to operate their vehicles. We also provide consumers with proactive information about delays or closures within the app. As soon as the weather improves and it is safe for riders to begin driving, operations will resume, and consumers will be able to place orders once more, according to a representative for the company.

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