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RIYADH — The authorities in Saudi Arabia have decided to shorten the 24-hour coronavirus curfew, allowing movement in all areas of the Kingdom except the holy city of Makkah in a phased manned, beginning on Thursday (May 28), Saudi Press Agency reported citing an official source at the Interior Ministry.
The easing of the movement restrictions allows resumption of domestic flights, opening of mosques, restaurant and cafes and work attendance, however, the temporary suspension of Umrah pilgrimage remains in force.
The first phase, which begins on Thursday (May 28) and ends on Saturday (May 31), the movement is permitted from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The second phase, which will start on May 31 and will end on June 2, allows movement from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m in all regions of the Kingdom except Makkah.
The third phase, which commences on June 21, citizens and residents will be allowed to move freely all the time in all regions of the Kingdom except Makkah until further notice.
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