The government of Oman announced on Tuesday that it will give citizens of the country the opportunity to travel abroad, although it has stressed that those who wish to do so must make a formal application, which must be approved by the authorities who started the process de-escalated prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
The ad hoc committee set up in the country following the pandemic has indicated that citizens who fly abroad must be quarantined when they return to the country, although no date has been set from which to approve them. Shift.
The organism has also indicated that the restriction in the Dhofar and Masirá regions will continue indefinitely due to the increased spread of coronavirus, as reported by Oman TV.
The Omani Ministry of Health announced Tuesday that 1,389 new cases and 14 deaths have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, a total of 59,568 and 259 since the pandemic started.
At the end of May, the Omani authorities ended the detention ordered since April 10 as part of a de-escalation in the wake of the pandemic in the state capital, Muscat.