Oman eases restrictions on movement, allows commercial activities    

MUSCAT: (HRNW) Oman has announced to lessen restrictions on movement aimed at stemming COVID spread, allowing commercial activities at 50 percent.
According to the announcement made by the Supreme Committee and quoted by state media, all commercial activities in the country resumed operations, at 50 percent customer capacity with customers allowed to enter their premises until 8:00 pm.
Shops selling foodstuff are exempt from this rule, while delivery and takeaway services are also allowed. However, gyms, sports clubs, and pitch rental facilities (locally known as tartan) will continue to remain shut until further notice.
According to Muscat Municipality, businesses that can once again operate include vehicle service shops, barbershops, beauty parlours, and car wash facilities. Children under the age of 12, though, are not allowed to enter commercial establishments.

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