Closing of Oman Airports is under study and discussion, Minister of Health

Muscat Airport
Muscat Airport

Muscat: The Minister of Health says that the closure of the Sultanate’s airports is “under study and discussion” by the technical committee and expresses his hope that the committee will not be forced to re-close the Sultanate’s airports for international flights because that will cause a lot of social and economic damage.

Minister of Health : Controlling air ports is easier than land ports in terms of the possibility of making checks at air ports before and after arrival and following up on isolated cases.

The Minister of Health : recklessness to wear the bracelet and throwing it is an unethical act, and a decision will be issued by RoyalOmanPolice Imposing a fine of 1,000 Omani riyals for non-compliance.

Minister of Health : We receive letters that after their arrival from the border crossings of the Sultanate, there are people who take off the stone / tracking bracelet and wear it for elderly people or people who do not leave the house !! I leave you the freedom to describe those who do this unethical act !!

Minister of Health : We do not recommend travel at this time unless it is necessary

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