Saudi Arabia will lift coronavirus curfew across the country starting Sunday, June 21, at 6 a.m, MOI announced on Saturday.
The curfew will be lifted across the country, including in the cities of Makkah and Jeddah where residents are currently only allowed to leave their homes for necessities.
All economic and commercial activities will be allowed to operate on the condition that they strictly adhere to precautionary measures, the ministry aded.
Separately, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs said men’s barbershops and women’s beauty salons have also been allowed to function from Sunday, june 21.
however, Umrah pilgrimage and international flights will remain suspended until further notice, the interior ministry said, adding that land and sea borders will also remain closed.
The ministry called on all citizens and residents to download “Tabaud” and “Tawakkalna” apps to receive the latest health instructions about COVID-19.
Gatherings of more than 50 people are not allowed and people should ensure that they wear a mask in public and observe social distancing.
The ministry also warned that violators of preventative measures would be punished.
The Ministry of Sports has also given the green light to reopen gyms across the country.
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