Published: 2020-03-26 16:01
Last Updated: 2020-03-26 16:23
The government has called on citizens to adhere to the shopping conditions it has set during the curfew.
In a tweet on his Twitter official account, the Minister of State for Media Affairs, Amjad Adaileh, said: "Groceries, neighborhood minimarkets, vegetables and fruits shops, pharmacies, shops selling and delivering drinking water, stores selling and delivering gas and bakeries will be open seven days a week."
He also posted a graphic published by the Prime Ministry on the shopping conditions, which included the following:
-Work hours: From 10:00 am until 6:00 pm.
-Permits: No vehicles are allowed to move in the streets without an official permit. People can get their needs from groceries only on foot.
-Age groups: Only citizens aged between 16 to 60 are allowed to leave home to get their needs.
السماح للبقالات ودكاكين الأحياء ومحال بيع الخضار والفواكه، والصيدليات، ومحال بيع وتوصيل مياه الشرب، ومحال بيع وتوصيل الغاز المنزلي، والمخابز بالعمل في المملكة، طيلة أيام الأسبوع، وفق الشروط الآتية:#خليك_بالدار pic.twitter.com/XvuRQHcsKm— Amjad Odeh Adaileh (@Amjad_O_Adaileh) March 26, 2020