Muscat: The Supreme Committee has urged citizens and residents to avoid travelling outside the country unless absolutely necessary.
The committee also will publish the names of violators, whether individuals or institutions
The Supreme Committee said in a statement: "The committee reaffirms the need to avoid the travel of citizens and residents outside the Sultanate during the coming period unless absolutely necessary, especially as many countries have tightened travel and travel procedures, and it also recommends limiting the travel of citizens and residents outside the Sultanate on official missions."
The Supreme Committee affirms that it is in constant systematic follow-up of the developments of this pandemic locally and internationally, and that the competent authorities continue to punish those who violate the decisions taken to protect members of society from the spread of this disease of various strains.
"This includes publishing the names and photos of the violators in the various media, and also confirms that the competent authorities will close any institution that has been allowed to carry out its activities in advance if it does not comply with all the requirements set for it to practice those activities, and the names and details of the institutions in violation will be announced in all media,"the committee added.
“And based on the committee’s role in limiting the economic effects of the Corona pandemic (Covid 19) and to reduce the financial impact on the owners of small and medium enterprises, the committee decided to postpone the payment of the installments of these institutions ’loans payable in the Raffd Fund (previously),” the committee said in a statement.
“For beneficiaries for the period from January 1, 2021 until the end of June 2021. The committee also decided to provide facilities for the beneficiaries of the Sanad and Livelihoods Program (previously), and they will be announced by the competent authority,” the statement added.