Muscat: The Supreme Committee in charge of examining the mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid 19) decided today to reopen the sixth package of commercial and industrial activities starting tomorrow, Wednesday, with the importance of adhering to health requirements and precautionary measures for each activity .
Below are the activities can be reopen from tomorrow.
1, Fitness halls (Gym)
2, Barber shops and men’s personal care stores
3, Public restaurants and cafes and allowing them to provide all their services except for Shisha.
4, Women’s beauty and hairdressing salons
5, Traditional medicine clinics
6, Rental and selling of wedding supplies
7, Hotel meeting rooms
8, laser cosmetology in beauty salons
9, The resumption of camel races
10, water and beach bikes
The Supreme Committee decides to reopen the 6th package of the commercial and industrial activities as of tomorrow, with the necessity of adhering to the health requirements for each activity.#OmanVSCovid19 pic.twitter.com/EvsiMqVkZl
— عُمان تواجه كورونا (@OmanVSCovid19) August 25, 2020
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