An Omani court has convicted four migrant workers of violating rules in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus, according to a local media report.
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The court also ordered that the four be deported from Oman after serving the jail term.
They were arrested during a ban on movement imposed to contain the spread of the highly infectious disease. The four were not immediately identified.
In recent weeks, Omani authorities have stepped up a crackdown on violators of the anti-virus precautions and named and shame them after court rulings.
Last month, a state supreme committee in charge of tackling COVID-19 in Oman declared that names and photos of violators of precautions against the disease will be published in the media.
Oman reimposed a night-time ban on movement that ended on October 24 in an attempt to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The sultanate so far has registered a tally of 117,167 virus cases and 1,286 related fatalities.
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