Oman’s Minister of Health thanks to all citizens and residents for their commitment during lockdown

Muscat: H E Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Sa’eedi thanked and appreciated citizens and residents for their commitment in adhering to the decisions of the Supreme Committee during the Eid Al Adha full lockdown.

The epidemic is still ongoing, its social and economic effects are clearly visible, and the burden borne by the health sectors worldwide has exceeded all expectations: Minister of Health

H E Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Sa’eedi, Minister of Health, thanked His Majesty Sultan Haitham Bin Tarik for his directives and care during the pandemic.

In the past few days, the number of patients who were admitted to intensive care directly from their homes is very high, and this indicates the ferocity of this disease.

Getting vaccinated against COVID‑19 and other prevention measures must continue to the coronavirus pandemic.

Minister of Health:The deficit in the health sector is not financial, but in obtaining skilled workers.

Minister of Health: The Supreme Committee will hold its meeting next Thursday and will issue a statement.

Minister of Health: Tomorrow, registration begins to book appointments for the second dose.

Minister of Health: “The total number of patients admitted at the height of this wave amounted to 211 patients in one day . yesterday the number of inpatients in care or wards of government, private health institutions reached 50 patients, a decrease of 75%.

Minister of Health: The results of total lockdown will appear after 10 to 14 days

Minister of Health: The Delta variant is the cause of most coronavirus cases in the Sultanate. It is more more dangerious than the other variants and affects all ages.

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