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Oman imposes night lockdown from June 20 as Covid cases surge

All public places including commercial activities will be closed from 8pm to 4am until further notice

TAS News service

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Saturday, June 19, 2021

MUSCAT: In the wake of rising coronavirus cases in the country, the Supreme Committee has imposed a night lockdown between 8pm to 4am, starting from Sunday, June 20 until further notice.

In a statement issued, the committee said there will be a movement ban on individuals and vehicles including closing all public places and commercial activities during the lockdown period.

However, essential businesses will be allowed to remain open, and home-delivery services are exempted from the lockdown.

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