Chronovirus: Important news from Muscat

Muscat: Life in the Oman capital has returned to normal, with government and private employees working from offices instead of homes.

According to Arab media reports, after the end of the lockdown in Muscat, the situation is slowly returning to its old form. About 50% of employees have started working from offices.

Oman's Supreme Committee in a recent meeting announced the end of the lockdown in Mustat and called for ensuring the attendance of about 50% of employees in their offices, which has now begun.

However, the lifting of the lockdown in the Wilayat-e-Matra area of ​​Muscat has not been implemented.

Oman announces end to lockdown

The Oman government has called on the general public and society as a whole to play their part in preventing the spread of the deadly corona virus in the face of the growing number of locals and foreigners living in the country. Follow the prescribed measures.

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It may be recalled that on May 27, the Supreme Court of Oman met under the chairmanship of Interior Minister Hamoud bin Faisal Al-Busaidi to consider the strategy to deal with the situation caused by the Corona virus.

The meeting was attended by all the members of the committee, in which the latest situation of the epidemic, the measures to be taken to prevent it, ways to prevent the spread of the virus and measures to control the problems caused by the epidemic were discussed. It was directed to ensure the return of at least 50 per cent government employees to their offices by May 31.

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