King Salman orders curfew for 21 days

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz orders curfew from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. for a period of 21 days, effective from Monday evening, to limit the spread of coronavirus in the Kingdom.
The Ministry of Interior shall take the necessary measures to implement the curfew, and all civil and military authorities must cooperate fully with the Ministry in this regard, according to Saudi Press Agency (SPA). Authorities urged citizens to stay at home during the curfew, and not to venture outside except in cases of extreme necessity in the period when the ban does not apply, as preserving public health has become one of the most important duties, and not to expose themselves and their country to the risk of coronavirus pandemic.

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