Saudi Arabia partially lifts curfew across all regions except Makkah


Riyadh – Saudi Arabia on Sunday has announced partial lifting of the curfew across all the regions between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. starting from April 26 till May 13, except the holy city of Makkah with 24-hour lockdown.

It also allows the opening of some economic and commercial activities—that includes wholesale and retail shops in addition to malls from 6-20 Ramadan i.e. April 29 to May 13.

Saudi Gazette reported that, the order allows shopping centers to reopen while adding that certain shops within malls like beauty clinics, barber salons, gyms, cinemas, and restaurants will continue to be restricted from reopening.

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