Saudi Arabia reimposes coronavirus restrictions in Jeddah

Saudi Arabia reimposes coronavirus restrictions in Jeddah
Saudi Arabia reimposes coronavirus restrictions in Jeddah

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JEDDAH — The authorities in Saudi Arabia have decided to re-tighten the health precautions in the city of Jeddah for a period of 15 days, beginning on Saturday (June 6) until June 20, Saudi Press Agency reported on Friday, citing an official source at the Ministry of Interior.

The move is based on the recommendations made by the competent authorities after reviewing the epidemiological situation and the high occupancy levels of the intensive care units in the city.

The strict precautions to be applied again in Jeddah will be as follows:

— Reimposition of curfew across the city from 3 p.m. until 6 a.m.

— Suspension of prayers in mosques.

— Suspension of workplace attendance in ministries, government agencies and private sector companies.

— Suspension of dining in restaurants and cafes.

— Prevention of any gatherings of more than five people.

However, all domestic travel through air and land will be allowed, and entry into and out of the city will not be restricted outside the curfew hours.


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