Posted by : Aahil Shaik Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Relief to some Expats living in Labor Camps as Saudi Arabia to move some Laborers to Schools
A large number of labor workers in the Eastern Region of Saudi Arabia will be soon moved to the relief camps, which was set up in around 15 schools, Authorities of the Kingdom are considering to move those expats living in labor camps to various schools within the country. Trending : Saudi Arabia has recovered 930 infections from total 5862 cases
It is an attempt to contain the spread of deadly novel coronavirus from the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Easter province corporation has requested many companies to move their labor workers to the schools. Recommend : Ramadan is expected to start from 24th April in Saudi Arabia
- Several rooms and toilets have been set up in various schools for the laborers living in the Kingdom, The authorities also informed that all the relief camps have been sterilized and disinfected and are ready to temporary house to the laborers by following the social distance rule.
- All the relief camps have been set up as per the recommendation and guidelines from the Ministry of Health in order to avoid overcrowding in the labor camps and to protect the health and safety of laborers from the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19). Most Viewed : Saudi Crown Prince sacrified many economic gains to confront Coronavirus
- The Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia has handed over about 3,445 educational buildings to the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs to temporary house the workers as part of precautionary measures against the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19).