Saudi Arabia reimposes Covid-19 restrictions

Saudi Arabia reimposes Covid-19 restrictions #Baaghi

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has reportedly re-imposed coronavirus standard operating procedures (SOP’s) in relation to growing cases of Covid-19. 

According to reports, the Saudi Interior Ministry has announced the decision to reimpose the SOPs due to the growing cases of Coronavirus. The ruling will take effect from tomorrow, 30th December. 

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Those without masks will be fined. Meanwhile, the Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement that the decision was made following the latest Coronavirus developments. According to Saudi authorities, the decision is aimed at protecting Saudi citizens and foreigners residing in Saudi Arabia.

According to the Saudi Interior Ministry has announced, that maintaining social distancing and wearing masks will have to be observed in all activities except social events in open spaces. 

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On the other hand, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reported the highest number of cases after a period of six months. The authorities have reported the diagnosis of 1,846 new cases on Tuesday. In addition to this, the UAE Ministry of Health has reported that 632 patients have recovered from Covid-19 although one patient has been confirmed dead. 

So far, 754,911 cases of Coronavirus have been recorded in the UAE, and the death toll is confirmed to be 2,160 deaths.

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