No one allowed to enter Dhofar and Musandam without taking a vaccine approved by the Sultanate

Muscat: Major General Abdullah bin Ali Al Harthy, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs for Operations, said during the 25th press conference of the Supreme Committee in charge of examining a mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of the Corona virus (Covid 19), today, Thursday:

No person will be allowed to enter Dhofar and Musandam without taking a vaccine approved by the Sultanate. .

People selling fodder will be allowed to sell their products at the entrances of the wilayats, provided that people interested in buying should come to buy without gathering.

There will be some flexibilty in rules for people owning farms and livestock yards during the full lockdown

There will be checkpoints in various governorates and patrols within the wilayats. Humanitarian cases will get special considerations.

All procedures will remain the same during the ban on the movement of individuals and vehicles from July 16-31

There is no change in the decisions to issue visas except for what has been excluded by the Supreme Committee.

Hospitals, pharmacies, fuel and water stations, factories and warehouses will remain open. Trucks carrying essential materials less than 3 tons will be allowed to pass. There will be no disruption to basic services during lockdowns

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