Oman bans entry of visitors to curb Covid-19 spread
Evening ban extended on all commercial activities.
Oman will only allow citizens and residents to enter the Gulf Arab state from April 8 following an increase in Covid-19 cases that is pressuring the health care system, the country's coronavirus committee said on Monday.
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The committee also extended an evening ban on all commercial activities until the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan, which is due to start in mid-April this year, according to a statement on state media.
A curfew imposed on March 28 on movement of vehicles and people outdoors between 8pm and 5am would be lifted, as scheduled, on April 8 but would be reinstated during the month of Ramadan from 9pm to 4am, the statement added.
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