Oman will only allow citizens and residents to enter the Gulf Arab state from April 8 following an increase in Covid-19 cases that is pressuring the health care system
The committee also extended an evening ban on all commercial activities until the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which is due to start in mid-April this year, according to a statement on state media.
Muscat: Oman’s Supreme Committee announced relaxed timings for vehicular and people’s movement from 8pm till 5am from April 8 onwards. Commercial activities will remain closed during this time. Additionally, as per the decision of Supreme Committee, even gyms and health clubs have closed with immediate effect until further notice. Beach side parks and gardens, which are aplenty in the capital city, are expected to see increased footfall during non-curfew hours.