Live:Oman reserved 1.8 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine

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Muscat: 18th Press conference of the Supreme Committee charged with discussing the mechanism for dealing with Coronavirus Covid_19 | Wednesday, October 28, 2020

114434 total confirmed cases of #COVID19 in the Sultanate, and 103060 total recoveries.

Minister of Health: The Sultanate did not reach the second wave of covid 19.

Minister of Health: The Sultanate is seeking to obtain the vaccine from any approved institution or company.#covid 19.

Minister of Health: The Sultanate has reserved 1.83 million doses of Covid19 vaccine for the first stage and 1.8 million doses for the second stage.

Minister of Health: Beaches are still closed and publishing photos of violators aims at deterrence.

Minister of Health: There are some indications that the night lock down has had positive results.

The Ministry of Health urges people to stay away from areas affected by the red tide phenomenon, to avoid inhaling toxins from plankton and algae.

Minister of Health: The Supreme Committee decided that there is no risk of using the fingerprint device to establish attendance and departure, provided that the necessary precautionary measures are available.

Minister of Health: Gatherings are still prohibited We have also seen that the virus is transmitted due to gatherings, and unfortunately, gatherings and parties are held in closed places.

Minister of Health: The goal of the Supreme Committee is not defamation, but rather the goal of publishing the violators’ statements is deterrence.

Minister of Health: I repeat my appeal to everyone to adhere to the precautionary measures.

Minister of Health: We follow the principle of transparency in the Sultanate and announce laboratory confirmed cases.

Minister of Health: The first closure had positive results in reducing the number of cases.

Minister of Health: If we want to return to a semi-normal life, we must adhere to the necessary precautions.

Minister of Health: Most of the injuries are not from institutions but from community members, 80% of cases are from the community, and 20% of cases are from institutions.

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