Children under age of 12 not allowed to enter malls and shops in Oman: SC

Muscat: Oman’s Supreme Committee on Wednesday issues new decision

Oman’s Supreme Committee decided not to allow Children under the age of twelve to enter malls and shops, and the committee stresses in this context the need for complexes, shops, restaurants and cafes to abide by the decision to reduce entry to no more than 50% of their capacity, and legal measures will be taken against those who violate this.

Continuing to apply distance education in all classrooms in public and private schools and all higher education institutions, except for the twelfth grade and students who must be present for the applied parts of their specializations, such as students of the College of Medicine and Health Sciences and students of vocational training, and this will be evaluated according to the developments of the epidemiological situation.

The Supreme Committee calls on all relevant authorities to seek the help of volunteers in all the states of the Sultanate to monitor the extent of commitment to implementing the committee’s decisions, especially in centers, shops, markets, restaurants and cafes, in coordination with the governor’s offices.


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