Extension of lockdown and changes to banned list

08 Jul 2021 / Oman

The Supreme Committee tasked with tackling the developments resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic in Oman has extended the closure of commercial activities and the 5pm-4am ban on individual and vehicle movement until Saturday 31 July.

Meanwhile, Egypt has been removed from the list of countries from which arrivals are banned, whilst Singapore, Indonesia, Iraq. Iran, Tunisia, Libya, Argentina, Colombia and Brunei Darussalam have been added.

An all-day-long ban on individual and vehicle movement and closure of commercial activities on the three days of Eid Al Adha holidays (from the 10th to 12th of Dhul Hijja).

Entry to Musandam Governorate will be allowed only for those who have received one dose of the vaccine at least for people aged 18 years and over. The Supreme Committee decided that those who have received one dose at least of the Covid-19 vaccine who are 18 years old and older, are allowed to enter Dhofar Governorate.

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