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Ministry shuts down hotel in Oman for violating COVID-19 rules

A number of tourist and hotel establishments were also penalised for violating the Supreme Committee decisions.

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

MUSCAT: In the wake of rising coronavirus cases, the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism has penalised a number of tourist and hotel establishments for violating the Supreme Committee decisions.

In a statement issued, the Ministry said it has also closed a hotel completely for not adhering to the COVID-19 precautionary measures. However, the Ministry did not reveal the name and details about the hotel.

“Ministry of Heritage and Tourism represented by the hotel establishments quality control team, with the participation of specialists from the Ministries of Health and Labour, imposed strict penalties against tourist and hotel establishments, including completely closing a hotel for violating the decisions issued by the Supreme Committee and its commitment to precautionary measures,” Ministry said in the statement.

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