Oman reopened land borders with neighbouring GCC countries allowing Omanis and residents to cross the borders for work purposes, however it is mandatory for residents to provide proof of work at the border check points.
Oman’s Supreme Committee, also allowed the reopening of mosques but with a capacity limited to 100 worshippers for the five daily prayers. Commercial activities will now be open including gyms, health clubs, marriage halls and sports grounds. The permissible entry is restricted to 30% capacity or not more than 300 people at a time. Shopping complexes and cafes are to remain at 50% capacity, while children are now allowed to enter malls and shopping centres.
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