COVID-19: Oman night-time lockdown to end October 24

oman night lockdown
oman night lockdown

Muscat: The Supreme Committte announced on Wednesday the night-time movement ban will be end on Saturday , October 24 at 5 am.

The Supreme Committee in charge of researching the mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid 19) held a meeting this morning headed by His Excellency Mr. Hammoud bin Faisal Al Busaidi, Minister of Interior – Chairman of the Committee, and in the presence of His Excellencies and Excellencies its members, at the Ministry of Interior’s general office to follow up on the developments of this pandemic, And measures to prevent it and ways to avoid its spread and deal with its various effects.

The Supreme Committee examined reports related to the number of cases infected with the disease, the number of deaths resulting from it, and other epidemiological data in the various governorates of the Sultanate.

While expressing its deep concern about the continued participation of some members of society in gatherings for various occasions and the resulting increase in the number of cases and deaths, the Committee calls on all individuals and entities to exercise utmost caution, and to abide by the precautionary measures that would reduce the rise in covid-19 cases and deaths.

The committee also calls on citizens and residents to participate in the responsibility of preventing the spread of disease and preserving and preserving the human soul, by reporting various types of violations of the decisions of the Supreme Committee by communicating with the competent authorities.

Within the framework of the Supreme Committee’s follow-up of the Ministry of Education’s efforts in operating schools for the academic year 2020/2021 AD, it confirms the decision to start the school year for all students on Sunday, November 1, 2020 AD, and the decision to adopt the integrated education curriculum for all schools, with a focus on activating education From a distance.

The Supreme Committee also affirms its continuous follow-up, through the Ministry of Education and other relevant bodies, of the educational process in light of the development of epidemiological indicators in the various governorates of the Sultanate.

In response to multiple requests to involve community members in national efforts to confront the Covid-19 pandemic, the Supreme Committee has decided to open the door for volunteering in various sectors related to the pandemic, and the competent authorities will announce the organizing mechanisms for this.

With regard to the decision to prevent movement ban at night, the committee clarifies that its implementation will end at 5:00 am morning on Saturday, October 24, 2020 

May God Almighty protect everyone from all evil and harm.

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