Saudi Arabia enacts the strictest rules and laws in the world...


She indicated that many countries have begun to follow the steps set by the Kingdom




The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has enacted one of the strictest rules and laws in the world to confront the “Covid-19” epidemic, in contrast to the bitter reality that is happening from the United States to France.

And since the highly contagious delta variant is returning other countries to a state of closure, officials in Saudi Arabia are relying on a mandatory vaccination strategy to keep the economy open.

Saudi policies and strict applications have succeeded in raising the rate of vaccinations since the rules were announced, and cases decreased and data showed that visits to workplaces decreased by only 6% compared to 50% in London.

The Saudi experience keeps the unvaccinated away from offices, schools and most public places, and officials have repeatedly stressed the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, and said that the measures help protect the public.

Compulsory vaccination has become a hot topic around the world with COVID-19 cases on the rise again; This sparked legal debates and protests as requirements from employers and governments tightened.

France followed the regulations initiated by Saudi Arabia by preventing unvaccinated people from accessing a large number of public places, while New York City introduced mandatory immunization for teachers, civil servants and anyone who eats inside a restaurant or visits a gym or recreational place, and Indonesia threatened to impose fines on those who refuse to be vaccinated.

The proportion of fully vaccinated Saudis rose to 42 percent of the population from just 13 percent six weeks ago, including 99 percent of public school students aged 12-18.



“Bloomberg”: Saudi Arabia enacts the most stringent rules and laws in the world to confront Corona
Khaled Ali
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2021-09-02
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has enacted one of the strictest rules and laws in the world to confront the Corona “Covid-19” epidemic, in contrast to the bitter reality that is happening from the United States to France.

And since the highly contagious delta variant is returning other countries to a state of closure, officials in Saudi Arabia are relying on a mandatory vaccination strategy to keep the economy open.

Saudi policies and strict applications have succeeded in raising the rate of vaccinations since the rules were announced, and cases decreased and data showed that visits to workplaces decreased by only 6% compared to 50% in London.

The Saudi experience keeps the unvaccinated away from offices, schools and most public places, and officials have repeatedly stressed the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, and said that the measures help protect the public.

Compulsory vaccination has become a hot topic around the world with COVID-19 cases on the rise again; This sparked legal debates and protests as requirements from employers and governments tightened.

France followed the regulations initiated by Saudi Arabia by preventing unvaccinated people from accessing a large number of public places, while New York City introduced mandatory immunization for teachers, civil servants and anyone who eats inside a restaurant or visits a gym or recreational place, and Indonesia threatened to impose fines on those who refuse to be vaccinated.

The proportion of those fully vaccinated in Saudi Arabia rose to 42 percent of the population from just 13 percent six weeks ago, including 99 percent of public school students aged 12-18.

02 September 2021 – 25 Muharram 1443

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She indicated that many countries have begun to follow the steps set by the Kingdom

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has enacted one of the strictest rules and laws in the world to confront the Corona “Covid-19” epidemic, in contrast to the bitter reality that is happening from the United States to France.

And since the highly contagious delta variant is returning other countries to a state of closure, officials in Saudi Arabia are relying on a mandatory vaccination strategy to keep the economy open.

Saudi policies and strict applications have succeeded in raising the rate of vaccinations since the rules were announced, and cases decreased and data showed that visits to workplaces decreased by only 6% compared to 50% in London.

The Saudi experience keeps the unvaccinated away from offices, schools and most public places, and officials have repeatedly stressed the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, and said that the measures help protect the public.

Compulsory vaccination has become a hot topic around the world with COVID-19 cases on the rise again; This sparked legal debates and protests as requirements from employers and governments tightened.

France followed the regulations initiated by Saudi Arabia by preventing unvaccinated people from accessing a large number of public places, while New York City introduced mandatory immunization for teachers, civil servants and anyone who eats inside a restaurant or visits a gym or recreational place, and Indonesia threatened to impose fines on those who refuse to be vaccinated.

The proportion of fully vaccinated Saudis rose to 42 percent of the population from just 13 percent six weeks ago, including 99 percent of public school students aged 12-18.

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