Bahrain Extends COVID-19 Restrictions Till May 31st


Bahrain has decided to extend its precautionary measures to fight the global spread of COVID-19. The prevention measures that have been implemented already a while back and were supposed to expire on the 28th of Feb are extended for the upcoming months. 

Bahrain’s ministry of health announced that it will be extending the precautionary measures, as total cases in the Kingdom have reached 124,000. 

Bahrain is amongst the countries that are doing well in their combat with COVID-19, and the government is hoping its citizens will stay vigilant and will comply with those measures. 

The Government Executive Committee led by his Highness, the Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa has taken decisions regarding the current status of the epidemiological situation in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

In alignment and reference to the National Medical Taskforce recommendations. The already taken precautionary measures have been extended for 3 more months. 

Provisions of law, Resolution (38) which addresses the health requirements and procedures at all commercial and industrial venues, has been extended until 31st May 2021. 

Also, provisions of law, Decision (39) related to social distancing measures at all commercial and industrial venues, have been extended as well until 31 May 2021. 

Concerning the health screening of employees at all commercial and industrial sites according to provisions of Resolution (64) is to be extended also. 

The Kingdom of Bahrain has included all people, foreigners, and Bahrainis living on its soil with no exceptions in its medical care plan. 

Non-Bahrainis to be treated equally and pay no charge when it comes to service fees at health centers and medical consultations.  

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