The official TV of the Sultanate of Oman said that the Sultanate will allow its citizens and citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to travel daily across its land borders to perform their work, and has decided to ease other restrictions related to the pandemic.
Today, Wednesday, Omani TV reported that the Sultanate also decided to extend the entry ban for travelers from Sudan, Brazil, Nigeria, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Britain, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt and the Philippines.
He added that the country will also not allow entry to arrivals from Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam, as well as all arrivals who were in any of the prohibited countries during the 14-day period before the date of travel, starting from the fifth of June until further notice.
🔴 highercommittee It was decided to allow Omanis and residents of the Sultanate of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf working in neighboring countries to move daily across the land borders to perform their work, with the necessity of presenting proof of their work from the employer.
— OmanTV General Channel (@OmanTVGeneral) June 2, 2021
The Sultanate will allow the reopening of mosques with a capacity of not less than 100 worshipers for the five daily prayers only, and will also allow the resumption of commercial activities with no more than 50 percent of their capacity, and social activities such as weddings, provided that the attendance rate does not exceed 30 percent of its capacity.
Last month, the Sultanate of Oman ended a night curfew that it had imposed to limit the spread of the Corona virus.
Source: Reuters + Twitter