The Kingdom has imposed a 24-hour curfew in the capital Riyadh and in Jeddah and other major cities until further notice.
Other major cities include Tabuk, Dammam, Dhahran, Hofuf, and the provinces of Jeddah, Taif, Qatif and Alkhobar, a statement from the Interior Ministry said Monday night.
All entries to and from these cities are banned, Saudi Press Agency reported on Monday quoting an official source at the Ministry of Interior.
Entry to or exit from those areas will not be allowed, but as usual specific workers in vital public and private sectors such as security, military and media are exempted from the curfew.
Residents are only allowed to leave their homes for necessities and should be within their residential area and between 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. only.
Earlier, the ministry had already enforced a 24-hour curfew in Makkah and Madinah, that went effective last Thursday.
The practice of any commercial activities has also been banned withing the residential neighborhoods except of course pharmacies, supermarkets, gas stations, banking services, maintenance and operation works, plumbers and electrical and air-conditioning technicians, water delivery services in addition to sewage tankers.
We encourage all citizens to remain safe at their homes and we’re reminding you that desperate times call for desperate measures so stay patient.
Iconic Fashion Designer Thierry Mugler Dies at 73
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Dubai Ranked as the Busiest Airport in December by Official Airline Guide
As the holiday season pops up and December comes through Dubai is one of the best destinations for all. Dubai international airport had been the destination for 3.5 million seats last December as the official airline guide reported on Thursday. DXB had been in operation with all of its facilities and lounges, restaurants, and retail outlets. An operating phase of 15% increase last month. According to data that’s the busiest global airport this month. The busiest international airport is based upon scheduled capacity and compared to 2019 PR pandemic. The travel destination is set to be one of the most loved cities in the world, loved by the people across the globe. Dubai a urban dream is set to be a destination for people across the globe, obviously after travel restrictions released all globetrotters are around the mecca of travel and adventure. Traveling to Dubai is seen as a dream come true with trillions of tourists every day, and expats.
Majid Al Futtaim Death
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