COVID-19: From March 21, Only 70% Of Oman’s Government Employees Will Work From Offices
In the wake of rising coronavirus cases in the country, the Supreme Committee has reduced the attendance of employees in government offices to 70 percent, starting from Sunday, March 21.
The decision is effective until Thursday, April 1, according to the statement issued by the Supreme Committee.
“The committee has decided to downsize the number of employees to 70% at the workplace in units of the State’s Administrative Apparatus and other legal entities. The Supreme Committee urges all departments to continue to take precautionary and preventive measures to curb the spread of the disease and to follow up the commitment of all to the instructions,” the statement from Supreme Committee said.
“The Supreme Committee urges all to stick to precautionary measures endorsed by the departments concerned everywhere—within residences, workplaces and public places,” the statement added.