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Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, October 30, 2020

 MOI reminds Private sector companies against violating Covid-19 Precautionary measures


The Ministry of Interior in Saudi Arabia has renewed its warning not to violate the Corona pandemic procedures in private sector facilities, indicating that this will exposes them to closure.



The Ministry of Interior stated, that “violating precautionary measures and preventive measures of the Corona (Covid-19) pandemic in private sector companies will exposes them to closure and punish those responsible with financial penalties.” Trending : Saudi Arabia announces 500,000 riyals for families of each health worker who lost their lives due to Corona

The ministry added that private sector establishments that are not committed to the precautionary measures and preventive measures issued on the date of Shawwal 6, 1441, are penalized with the following: 

- Imposing a fine of 10,000 riyals in the event, Entering those who are not obligated to wear a medical mask or cloth or covering the nose and mouth, Not securing disinfectants and sterilizers in the places designated for them, and not measuring the temperature for employees and customers at the entrances to malls, Not disinfecting trollies And shopping baskets after each use, and not to disinfect facilities and surfaces, and to close children's play areas and places to measure clothes, etc. 

- The Ministry of Interior also reminded that the penalty is doubled if the violation is repeated, with the violating facility being closed for a period of 3 months, and when the violation is repeated for the 2nd time, the previous punishment is doubled with the facility being closed for a period of 6 months, and the official is referred to the Public Prosecution. Recommend : Saudi Arabia is set to end 7 decades long Kafala system

MOI reminds Private sector companies against violating Covid-19 Precautionary measures

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