Oman “Mwasalat” announces bus timings during night movement ban from October 11

Muscat: The Oman National Transport Company “Mwasalat” announced that it will reduce the number of its service hours from Sunday 11 October to Saturday 24 October 2020.

This reduction comes based on instructions issued by the Supreme Committee in charge of examining the mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of the Coronavirus “Covid 19”.

The company explained that the working hours will be as follows:

First: Bus Service Times:

1, Bus service will operate within cities in Muscat Governorate until 6 pm.

“Mwasalat” affirmed its complete commitment to adhering to the previously announced preventive measures when using its services, to ensure the safety of all users of public transport services, both land and sea.

Today, the Supreme Committee issued decisions prohibiting movement and closing all public places and shops from 8:00 PM until 5:00 AM from Sunday, October 11 until Saturday, October 24, and prohibiting the use of beaches throughout the day. Until further notice and re-closing some of the activities that were previously reopened and did not comply with the requirements set.

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