Orders of Restaurants and cafes allowed 24 hours in Oman
Muscat: Oman to allow 24 hours Food delivery during movement ban from May 8 – 15 May 2021.
In a statement from OmanVscorna official account said: This is a clarification on permitting restaurants and cafés to conduct their business during the ban of commercial activities and movement of individuals & vehicles, and the necessary controls needed when dealing with delivery orders.
Delivery shall be made by a licensed food delivery company; in the absence of such company within the facility, an application is to be submitted to the relevant municipality, provided that the licensee is a worker in the facility or its owner.
Food delivery companies;
The company representative is committed to deliver orders within the authorised scope only.
Placing a sticker on the transporting vehicle, showing the name of the company, the duration of the license, and the geographical scope of delivery.
Must be licensed as a mobile vendor from the competent authority
An application is submitted to the competent municipality to obtain a permit for sale and delivery and for the licensed holder only, or to contract with one of the licensed delivery companies.
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