Citizens and expats in Oman are bound by the Supreme Committee’s rules to combat Coronavirus (COVID-19) – and the Royal Oman Police (ROP) are working through the day to enforce the law.
However, as the Coronavirus rules continue to be enforced in Oman – all for the safety of the people of this nation – there have been several instances of people flouting them.
This has resulted in crowd gatherings for prayers, funerals, parties; and even cases of people opening shops that have been explicitly been asked to shut down.
The ROP continue to crack down on such people; the penalties of which can be jail time and hefty fines.
In a statement on Twitter, ROP said: “No matter how arduous the task is, it is more important for the country to remain healthy with your solidarity.”
Below is a video of ROP’s efforts in maintaining the law: