Close the “Al-Otaiba Market” in Makkah for non-compliance with Corona precautions

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The relevant authorities in Makkah Al-Mukarramah closed this evening Al-Otaiba Market for non-compliance with the precautionary measures by its users.

In detail, the Municipalities Agency, represented by the Al-Otaiba sub-municipality of the Holy Capital Municipality, in cooperation with the administrative officers of the Holy Capital Police, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Trade, has closed Al-Otaiba Market in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

This came within the work of the joint committee in charge of following up on the implementation of precautionary measures to prevent Coronavirus. Intensive surveillance rounds are being carried out on markets, malls and food establishments.

Al-Otaiba Market, which is considered one of the largest popular markets in the region, was closed due to non-compliance by its male and female visitors with the precautionary measures.

The spokesman for the Municipality of the Holy City, Raad Al-Sharif, said: “As part of the continuous efforts made during the blessed month of Ramadan, especially the great turnout in the commercial markets these days of buying and selling, and the concomitant congestion and negligence with the precautionary measures, the market has been closed. In cooperation with the security authorities. ”


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Close the “Al-Otaiba Market” in Makkah for non-compliance with Corona precautions

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The relevant authorities in Makkah Al-Mukarramah closed this evening Al-Otaiba Market for non-compliance with the precautionary measures by its users.

In detail, the Municipalities Agency, represented by the Al-Otaiba sub-municipality of the Holy Capital Municipality, in cooperation with the administrative officers of the Holy Capital Police, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Trade, closed Al-Otaiba Market in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

This came within the work of the joint committee in charge of following up on the implementation of precautionary measures to prevent Coronavirus. Intensive surveillance rounds are carried out on markets, malls and food establishments.

Al-Otaiba Market, which is considered one of the largest popular markets in the region, was closed due to non-compliance by its male and female visitors with the precautionary measures.

The spokesman for the Municipality of the Holy City, Raad Al-Sharif, said: “As part of the continuous efforts made during the blessed month of Ramadan, especially the great turnout in the commercial markets these days of buying and selling, and the concomitant congestion and negligence with the precautionary measures, the market has been closed. In cooperation with the security authorities. ”

May 09, 2021 – Ramadan 27, 1442

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The relevant authorities in Makkah Al-Mukarramah closed this evening Al-Otaiba Market for non-compliance with the precautionary measures by its users.

In detail, the Municipalities Agency, represented by the Al-Otaiba sub-municipality of the Holy Capital Municipality, in cooperation with the administrative officers of the Holy Capital Police, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Trade, closed Al-Otaiba Market in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

This came within the work of the joint committee in charge of following up on the implementation of precautionary measures to prevent Coronavirus. Intensive surveillance rounds are being carried out on markets, malls and food establishments.

Al-Otaiba Market, which is considered one of the largest popular markets in the region, was closed due to non-compliance by its male and female visitors with the precautionary measures.

The spokesperson for the Municipality of the Holy City, Raad Al-Sharif, said: “As part of the continuous efforts made during the blessed month of Ramadan, especially the large turnout in the commercial markets these days of buying and selling, and the concomitant congestion and negligence with precautionary measures, the market has been closed. In cooperation with the security authorities. ”





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