MUSCAT: Oman has lifted the night movement ban of individuals and vehicles, starting from May 15 as the country gradually eases its coronavirus restrictions, the country’s Supreme Committee announced on Thursday.
However, the committee have also decided to prohibit the entry of customers in all commercial activities including stores across all governorates between 8pm until 4am but the provision of delivery and handling services, and foodstuff stores are excluded from the ban.
The committee also said to limit the entry of customers in shops, restaurants and cafes to not more than 50% of their capacity during the period allowed to receive customers. The committee also said the government offices can ask 50% of their employees to return to offices.
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