Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, May 21, 2020
SAMA : Isolating and Sterilizing Coins for 20 Days before putting them in Market Again
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA) revealed that it has taken a number of precautionary measures in order to prevent the transmission of Corona virus infection through circulating cash. Trending : 5 Middle East countries in Top 15 strongest currencies of the world
The authority said it has worked to isolate and sterilize the paper and metal currencies received for its branches, either it from outside or within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
SAMA explained that among these measures is the isolation of currencies for a period ranging from 14 to 20 days, depending on the region from which the currencies came. Placing the currencies in specific enclosures and isolating them in tight places and applying a mechanism to ensure the sterilization and safety. See Also : Deportation of Expats for violating Corona rules in shops
- All currencies are sorted by dedicated systems for counting, sorting and automating destruction to ensure that their outputs confirms the quality standards approved in Saudi Arabia and destroying dirty currencies that are not suitable for trading in market.
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