Muscat lockdown extended, ban on all Ramadan gatherings

      Published on Thursday, 23 April , 2020      9421 Views     
Muscat lockdown extended, ban on all Ramadan gatherings

The Supreme Committee on Covid-19 has extended the Muscat lockdown until 10 am on May 8.

The Supreme Committee held a meeting on Monday under the auspices of Sayyid Hamood bin Faisal al Busaidy, Minister of Interior, and issued the following decisions.

The Supreme Committee has decided to extend the lockdown of Muscat Governorate until 10 am on Friday, May 8.

The Supreme Committee has urged to avoid all gatherings during the holy month of Ramadhan and added that the closure of mosques will continue except for the call to prayer including for Tarawih prayers.

The Supreme Committee also issued a ban on Ramadhan gatherings including mass iftar be it in mosques or other places like tents and public areas.

The committee has banned social, sporting and cultural gatherings.

Category Coronavirus, Government, Oman News | 2020/04/23 latest update at 2:31 PM
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