Ministry of Health allowed pharmacies to operate during night Movement ban in Oman

Muscat: Ministry of Health allowed pharmacies on duty during night-shift to operate during night Movement ban in Oman

The Ministry of Health noted in its Twitter account: In line with the decision taken by the Supreme Committee entrusted with dealing COVID-19 developments to implement a night curfew from 11th to 24th October 2020, and due to the importance of providing pharmaceutical services to the public, it was decided that only pharmacies on night duty as per the duty roster issues by the MOH’s Directorate General of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Drug Control as well as the pharmacies operated – 24hours will be allowed to open during the nigh movement ban which starts from 8:00PM to 5:00 AM.

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