MUSCAT: The Supreme Committee has decided to extend the Eid Al Adha full lockdown in Oman from July 20 until July 24.
In a statement issued on Friday, the committee said the full lockdown will end on Saturday, July 24 at 4am. During the full lockdown period, all movement of individuals and vehicles will be fully prohibited, while all commercial activities will be closed.
Earlier the committee had said the full lockdown will be on the first three days of Eid Al Adha, however, this has now been extended to two more days. The committee also decided to remove the travel ban on Singapore and Brunei Darussalam from the list of countries from which arrivals are prohibited from entering the territory of the Sultanate.
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