Tourism fines Palladium and issues closure warning

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FOR ILLEGAL PARTY ON DECEMBER 31  Imposes a sanction of 4 million pesos  Minister Collado criticizes the breach. The Dominican Government imposed a hefty fine of 4 million pesos on the Hotel Palladium in the tourist area of ​​Bávaro next to Punta Cana, owned by the Matutes family, for organizing an illegal party on December 31. The Tourism Cabinet announced this Friday that the fine is due for disrespecting sanitary regulations, specifically with resolution DJ 05/2020, which prohibits these establishments from holding parties until Sunday, January 10. The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, wrote on Twitter that “respect for health protocols is not negotiable,” so that if Palladium incurs this offense again, they will suspend the operating license. However, the Cabinet did not specify how long this sanction would last […]

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Tourism fines Palladium and issues closure warning

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FOR ILLEGAL PARTY ON DECEMBER 31  Imposes a sanction of 4 million pesos  Minister Collado criticizes the breach. The Dominican Government imposed a hefty fine of 4 million pesos on the Hotel Palladium in the tourist area of ​​Bávaro next to Punta Cana, owned by the Matutes family, for organizing an illegal party on December 31. The Tourism Cabinet announced this Friday that the fine is due for disrespecting sanitary regulations, specifically with resolution DJ 05/2020, which prohibits these establishments from holding parties until Sunday, January 10. The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, wrote on Twitter that “respect for health protocols is not negotiable,” so that if Palladium incurs this offense again, they will suspend the operating license. However, the Cabinet did not specify how long this sanction would last […]

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Dominican Police wage hike starts in January

Santo Domingo.– This month the members of the National Police will begin to receive their salary increase, which ranges from 10% to 40%, with the highest percentage being the salaries of those of lower rank. A private who previously earned RD$10,150.42 will now earn RD$14,210.59; a corporal who received RD$11,600.38 […]