Muscat: The Ministry of Health said that it followed what was circulated on some social media about the possibility of the presence of the mutated Omicron in the Sultanate.
The ministry confirmed that it has not detected the presence of this mutation so far, and that the epidemiological surveillance system is effective and monitors the epidemiological situation in the Sultanate.
The Ministry of Health called on all citizens and residents to follow preventive measures such as social distancing, avoiding crowded places, wearing masks in closed places, maintaining hand hygiene, as well as expediting to receive the booster dose for the eligible age groups.
It also called on everyone to take the correct information from official sources.
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