A spokesman for the Saudi Interior Ministry today clarifies the date for the return of life to normalcy in Saudi Arabia, after the state of closures that the Kingdom made to avoid infecting its citizens with the Corona virus, and to overcome the spread of the virus and increase the numbers, and to avoid entering into a narrow tunnel that is difficult to get out of.
Where the spokesperson for the Saudi Ministry of Interior, Lt. Col. Talal Al-Shalhoub, confirmed today that the return to life requires a full commitment from the citizen and the resident, to the social divergence and the preventive measures announced to confront the Corona virus. Sk. In Saudi Arabia .
Whereas, all previously announced decisions are still in the state of activation, unless another decision comes and is suspended, and that the continued lifting of the ban is linked to our commitment to the declared procedures. He added that the special gatherings, whether in grace times and others.
Hence, it is not permissible and everyone can submit communications to these gatherings by applying all of us safely, calling on citizens and employers to take the necessary precautionary measures, as he added that the issue of returning life as it was, requires full awareness among everyone who lives on the territory of the Kingdom, and a great responsibility.
In this regard, the spokesman emphasized that private gatherings, whether in grace and other times, and that until now are not permitted, and everyone can submit communications on the application of all of us security.
Through him, he stressed the maintenance of the complete curfew for twenty-four hours, in each of Makkah Al-Mukarramah and the neighborhoods previously announced, in addition to continuing to prevent movement between all regions of the Kingdom and exit and entry into it.
On the other hand, the Saudi Ministry of Interior announced today, Wednesday, the launch of the “Awda” initiative, which requires, on an exceptional basis, that those who wish to have “exit and return, and final” visas wish to travel by air to their countries, by submitting requests to return to their countries electronically via Absher platform.
And in implementation of the order of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, according to what was published on the Saudi Press Agency "SPA", the ministry stated that the initiative is carried out in cooperation with a number of relevant government agencies.
Also, requests will be received and approved in coordination with the relevant authorities to end their travel procedures via international flights, where a text message will be sent to the beneficiary stating the flight date, ticket number and reservation information, according to which the beneficiary secures his travel ticket and completes the travel procedures.