Saudi Gazette, 16 January 2024: Saudi Arabia’s Health Ministry has announced it has introduced new dress code regulations for its medical staff. Under the regulations, employees must be well dressed. They must appear decent and be well-suited to public etiquette.
They should avoid wearing pyjamas and men should avoid wearing shorts. Inappropriate clothes with offensive connotations or drawings should not also be worn.
Strange hairstyles should be avoided as well and personal hygiene standards should be maintained.
Women should wear opaque head coverings and not wear tight, open, or short clothes.
They should also not wear chains or slogans or excessive makeup, manicures, nails, and perfumes.
Any coats they wear should be wide and come down to their knee.
Official work clothes should not be worn in public places during breaks or outside working hours.
In addition, clothing must be modest and non-transparent and must be worn during work hours.
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