Muscat: The 16th Press conference of the Supreme Committee on Covid-19 Thursday ,24 September 2020
Dr. Saif Al Abri,
Director General of Disease Surveillance and Control at the Ministry of Health:
The procedure in general will be as follows:
Anyone who comes to the Sultanate will register in “Tarassud + application. Those who are coming for a period of more than 7 days will be quarantined along with a hand bracelet. These procedures will be applied to all arrivals through the airport or land boarders
There will be a PCR examination for all travelers coming to the Sultanate through the airport and boarders. There will be also a new mechanism for those coming through the land boarders.
To date, no one has been confirmed to have been re-infected with COVID-19 virus in Oman
Test result may remain positive (i.e. infected) for a very long time and may last up-to 4 months.
We have put in place a mechanism for people who have tested positive yet have finished the quarantine, so that they can travel.
Next Sunday, the third phase of the National COVID-19 Serological Survey will begin.
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