Ramadan Restriction By Oman for Covid


Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman on Monday declared limitations to be followed during the Holy month of Ramazan during the third wave of COVID-19.

As per media reports, the Supreme Committee managing COVID-19 has made the declaration to stop everything outside the homes during a period between 9:00 pm and 4:00 am during the Holy Month of Ramazan.

Between these hours, business exercises will likewise stay shut.

Besides, the reports said that Ramadan prayers in mosques are not allowed. Nor are any social events in the Holy Month, for example, iftars and suhoor. Either majlis or any other places for gathering.

Social exercises, including social occasions and sports matches, are likewise not allowed during this time.

All grocery stores, shopping centers, cafés, and gyms will stay shut from 8 pm till 5 am. Homedelivery from cafés just as food and staple things for home delivery can go on past 8 pm.

The quantity of staff in regulatory workplaces of government and other public workplaces has likewise been abridged to not more than 70%, successful March 21 Sunday.

Seashores have likewise been reported as open yet just for practice exercises for people and disallow any gathering get-togethers.

Drug stores, gas stations, and medical clinics were absolved from the check-in time all along. The fractional time limit doesn’t prevent individuals from wandering outside. As long as it not for going to get-togethers and adherence to obligatory estimates. For example, social separating and wearing face covers are guaranteed.



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