Bahrain: Maximum of 30 people allowed at family gatherings

SourceGulf Insider
SectorHealthcare
CountryBahrain

Bahrain’s Health Minister has issued a decision regarding the health requirements that must be applied when holding celebrations and family gatherings in private homes and places to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).The decision stipulated that the number of invitees in the event of holding celebrations and family gatherings in private homes and places, whether open or closed, should not exceed 30 people, apart from family members and those residing with them, including domestic servants and the like.Comments Read Next3 hours agoSaudi: Over 550 shops shut down for violating health protocols3 hours agoBahrain reports 616 new coronavirus cases, 1 death14 hours agoBangladesh begins COVID-19 vaccinations15 hours agoKuwait plans to vaccinate all citizens in 3 months16 hours agoKuwait reports 962 coronavirus cases17 hours agoCOVID-19 infections in Saudi increase nearly four-fold21 hours agoAbu Dhabi bans parties, gatherings21 hours agoOman’s COVID-19 caseload reaches 135,6741 day agoBahrain reports 515 new coronavirus cases, 409 recoveries2 days agoBahrain: Only 30% of school staff to attend in person ...read more...