Latest new decisions regarding workers and expatriates in Saudi Arabia
Latest new decisions regarding workers and expatriates in Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has published a list of new requirements, which relate to all employees and expatriates in Saudi Arabia today, a new list to help overcome the spread of the Corona virus, as the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs issued today several new instructions.

Here are all the details related to this matter. The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today published a list of municipal requirements for all commercial markets regarding facilities, employees, and shoppers during the emerging crisis of the Corona virus in the country.

Where these requirements are to set obligations on all stores, and other obligations for workers, as well as other requirements for shopping, and as for the obligations of the shops are summarized in the prevention of promotional activities for goods, and educating shoppers to spacing during shopping, and put signs of spacing on the floors.

Hence, the obligations of the employees include measuring the temperature of the employees on a daily basis, ensuring that there is a safe distance of two meters between the workers, and adherence to the precautionary and preventive measures.

These special requirements and obligations during shopping include cleaning and disinfecting shopping carts, regulating the entry and exit of shoppers, preventing entry for those under the age of fifteen years, and allocating ten square meters to each shopper.

On the other hand, the Saudi Ministry of Health announced today, Friday, the recovery of 392 persons infected with Corona virus, bringing the total number of cures in the Kingdom to 3555, and Saudi Arabia recorded 1344 new cases of the virus, bringing the total number of cases to 24097 people.

Also, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has monitored seven new deaths in the new Corona Fiat, bringing the total deaths to 169, and the shopping centers in Saudi Arabia were partially reopened last Wednesday, from ten in the morning until five in the evening, for the first time since a complete curfew was imposed on most of the population In the kingdom.

Hence, the partial easing of the complete curfew was announced last Sunday by royal order allowing the return of some economic and commercial activities, including wholesale and retail shops and commercial centers, with the curfew lifted from nine in the morning until five in the evening (from 06:00 to 14:00 GMT), until May 13th.