Oman imposes night curfew to curb public movement and trade activities

It has been decided that all public places and commercial activities will be closed during the night curfew. However, according to Gulf News, essential businesses will be allowed to remain open, and home delivery services will be exempt from lockdown.
The decision follows a record daily increase in the number of COVID-19 infections and deaths.
It is noteworthy that 33 COVID-19 deaths were recorded in Oman, the highest number of deaths per day since the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic on Tuesday. On the same day, he reported three confirmed cases of COVID-19 infected with Mucormycosis, commonly referred to as “black fungus.”
The Ministry of Health said last week that several hospitals in the kingdom had exceeded the capacity allocated for COVID-19 patients in intensive care, which the Ministry of Health said last week.
The number of patients admitted to intensive care reached 338 with a qualification rate of 99%. Royal Hospital has reached 95% of its capacity, from 66 beds of ICU to Eunuch Hospital 92%, with 36 beds, SQ Hospital Coyod 100% with 11 beds for 19 patients, Rustaq Hospital 110%, system Percentage with 21 ICU beds for hospital 157 coveted 19 and 21 beds.
Oman has so far reported 242,723 confirmed cases, including 2,626 deaths and 213,880 recoveries.

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