Seeb Fish Market reopens in Oman

The market has been closed for three months

Seeb Fish Market reopens in Oman

The Seeb Fish Market has reopened following a three-month lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

It will operate with only 30 percent capacity, and only fishermen, salesmen, filleters and people living in the wilayat of Seeb will be allowed inside.

Other restrictions include having to wear a face mask while inside the market, and social distancing while inside.

Much like the restrictions in malls, which have also just reopened, under 12s and over 60s will not be allowed inside.

The Oman government has been easing a number of restrictions in recent weeks, including allowing a number of shops to reopen earlier this month.

The lockdown in Muscat was also lifted at the end of May.

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