Oman to reopen a selection of businesses

These include printing presses, office supply stores and money exchanges

Oman to reopen a selection of businesses

Oman is set to reopen some businesses including printing presses, office supply stores and money exchanges.
The Supreme Committee tasked with tackling the developments of coronavirus (COVID-19) announced some commercial activities would reopen yesterday (April 28).

The reopenings include vehicle repair workshops, car rental offices, outlets selling electronic and electrical appliances and computers, and outlets selling home electrical appliances.

Customers will not be allowed inside these stops, and services are limited to receiving and delivering.

Brake repair workshops and automobile electrical outlets are also allowed to open, provided only two customers can enter the shop at one time.

The moves are part of precautionary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Oman.

Currently, tourist sites, beaches, parks and gyms are all closed. Restaurants are operating on takeaway and delivery orders only.

Flights to and from Oman stopped on March 29 until further notice.

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