Shisha cafes to reopen in Oman

SourceGulf Insider

Shisha cafes in Oman are now allowed to reopen from Sunday but strict COVID-19 precautionary measures remain in place.The move was announced by the Muscat Municipality as part of the continuing easing of coronavirus restrictions, particularly with the ongoing nationwide vaccination campaign and the steady decline in the daily reported cases in the Sultanate.The municipality said shisha cafes can reopen from Sunday, January 17 under restrict COVID-19 precautionary measures.It also announced that prayer rooms inside shopping malls will also be reopen to worshippers. “Wedding halls can accommodate a maximum of 250 people,” the municipality said in a statement.Comments Read Next1 day agoOman reports 142 new cases and no deaths1 day agoOman announces back-to-school guidelines3 days agoOman reports 172 new cases and no deaths4 days agoOman reports 538 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths1 week agoOman reports 182 new coronavirus cases, 1 death1 week agoOman registers first case of new COVID-19 strain1 week agoOman reports 180 new coronavirus cases and 1 death2 weeks agoAbu Dhabi: Shisha Cafes to resume with precautionary measures2 weeks agoOman: No side effects reported from COVID-19 vaccine2 weeks agoOman: Coronavirus recovery rate increases to 94.5% more...