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Covid19: Oman bans entry from 10 countries

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Oman declared an entry ban on ten countries amidst the spread of mutated strains of the coronavirus. The country's Supreme Committee tasked with COVID-19 stated the ban would continue for 15 days with effect from Thursday (February 25), the Omani News Agency (ONA) reported.

The ten countries include Sudan, Lebanon, South Africa, Brazil, Nigeria, Tanzania, Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ethiopia. The ban includes all travellers who visited or transited any of the aforementioned countries within 14 days before requesting to enter the Sultanate.

However, Omani citizens, diplomats, health workers and their families are exempted from the ban and instead will be subjected to the precautionary protocols upon entry. According to ONA, the High Committee called on citizens and residents to avoid travels abroad unless extreme necessity.

Oman's Ministry of Health registered 330 new coronavirus cases in Oman on Monday, totalling the affected cases to 139,692. The Sultanate has recorded three new deaths; the total death toll has risen to 1,555.

The Gulf state has urged all its residents to adhere to the precautionary measures set by the authorities to curb the spread of the pandemic.

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