Oman to close land borders starting tomorrow 18 January 2021

Muscat: The Supreme Committee decides to close the land ports of the Sultanate for a period of one week, starting from 6:00 pm tomorrow, Monday, January 18, 2021.

The committee reviewed a report from the specialized technical team about the spread of the new highly contagious strain of Coronavirus (Covid 19), and protection for all members of society from this virus in general, and the new strain in particular, it decided to close the land ports of the Sultanate for a period of one week, which can be extended. Starting at 6:00 am tomorrow, Monday, January 18, 2021.

The increasing number of citizens and residents observed complacency in adhering to the precautionary measures adopted by the competent authorities, especially not wearing a mask and holding gatherings with large numbers of people for social occasions in tents and other things, which may cause the virus to spread among the community, and the Supreme Committee confirms However, the concerned authorities are continuing to follow up on violators of their decisions and punish them, in order to protect members of society from this disease, and to preserve what has been achieved, praise be to God, from the low numbers of infection as well as the numbers of deaths resulting from this epidemic and the decrease in the number of people in hospital wards and intensive care rooms.

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