Oman: Curfew to End
Arab News, 13 May 2021: Oman’s Supreme Anti-Coronavirus Committee has announced the curfew will be lifted for individuals and vehicles on Saturday.
A ban on hosting any commercial activities in stores between 8pm and 4am will remain in place and services limited to deliveries.
Grocery stores and supermarkets will be exempt.
They added that stores, outlets, malls, restaurants and cafes will be allowed to open at 50% capacity.
A decision to limit public sector workplaces to 50% capacity in person has been reactivated.
To view more news items and other content we have available, visit lexis.ae/demo to book a demo and start your free trial of Lexis® Middle East.
Want to learn more about Lexis® Middle East? Visit, https://www.lexis.ae/lexis-middle-east-law/.