The government announces closing dates for restaurants, cafes and shops

Counselor said Nader Saad spokesman board Ministers, The restaurants and cafes will close at 12 pm in the winter season and extend to one in the morning in the summer, and the closing date will extend to one in the morning on Thursday and Friday for restaurants, cafes and official holidays.
Nader Saad added, in a telephone interview with journalist Ahmed Moussa on the “On My Responsibility” program, broadcast on the “Sada Al Balad” channel, “The shops It closes at 11 pm in the summer and 10 pm in the winter, “adding:” The application of closing dates for shops and restaurants will be the first of next December. “

And Nader Saad continued: There is concern about the second wave of Corona, and therefore we call on everyone to adhere to the precautionary measures.

He pointed out that the second wave of the second Coronavirus is more fierce in terms of speed of spread and severity of infection, and the Prime Minister stressed the implementation of the law and the commitment to procedures.

He explained that Dr. Mustafa Madbouly demanded not to gather, and that everyone should wear masks in government departments, and reduce employees in the interests and work on a rotation system.

He added that he will not provide any services to the citizen who enters the government interest without wearing the muzzle.

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