Businessmen support citizens and residents after the spread of the Corona virus and decide to exempt tenants from rent in the Gulf countries.
Exempting tenants from paying rent in the Emirates:
Sharjah Asset Management Company has announced that exhibitors in the Al-Haraj market in Sharjah are exempted from rent for a period of three months, as well as all stores in the Jubail market, which include meat, vegetables and fruits in addition to other retail stores.
A number of Emirati businessmen have provided facilities to tenants in the real estate they own, especially those who have been affected by the closing of their shops due to the ban on their activities during the current period, and these facilities were provided by investors in light of their participation by the government in its efforts to reduce the repercussions of the Corona virus crisis.
Tenants exemption from paying rent in Saudi Arabia:
A businessman donated two buildings in Riyadh and Makkah and placed them at the disposal of the Ministry of Health for use in precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the new Corona virus
On the other hand, Bandar Al-Amiri called on all businessmen to stand next to the homeland and support the Ministry of Health in its great and distinguished effort that it is doing to combat the Corona virus and limit its spread as much as possible.
Exempting tenants from paying rent in Kuwait:
MP Majid Al-Mutairi said, under the exceptional circumstance we live in due to the repercussions of the Corona virus, we hope that the good people from the owners of real estate, buildings and homes stand with our Bidun brothers and exempt the tenants from paying the rent under the current circumstances, perhaps God expedites the payment of this cloud by contributing to do good
While some owners of investment buildings responded positively to the repercussions of the government closure, by exempting residents from March rent, as witnessed by the commercial complexes, while others exempted from renting for two consecutive months, due to the financial challenges imposed by the current crisis on many tenants after the salary of some of them suddenly stopped.