“Omicron” tightens requirements in government agencies

“Omicron” tightens requirements in government agencies

In light of the measures taken by the countries of the world to cordon off the new mutant of the emerging corona virus “Omicron”, which is characterized by its rapid spread, and to prevent its spread in the country, after the first case of a traveler coming from Africa was recorded, government agencies rushed to stress the application of precautionary measures and health requirements, in work sites. for employees and auditors.

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Farid Emadi, issued an administrative circular, obligating all ministry employees in various workplaces to adhere to the commitment to implement the requirements issued by the competent health authorities, to confront the “Omicron” mutator, stressing that whoever violates this will expose himself to accountability. in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

Khadija Al-Rifai

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Community Development, Abdulaziz Shuaib, also issued an administrative circular regarding the application of health requirements in workplaces, to confront the new mutation, obligating all employees of the ministry, in its various organizational units, to apply all health requirements and social distancing in workplaces, to confront the new mutation in order to avoid responsibility legal consequences of violating it.

In the context of the health situation, the Ministry of Health announced the registration of 35 new infections with the emerging coronavirus (Covid 19) the day before yesterday, bringing the total number of cases registered in the country to 413,672 cases.

The Ministry’s spokesman, Dr. Abdullah Al-Sanad, said that 29 cases of recovery were recorded, bringing the total number of people recovered to 41,864 cases, indicating that the percentage of the total cases of recovery out of the total injuries amounted to 99.32 percent.


He explained that no new deaths were recorded as a result of the injury, bringing the total number of registered cases to 2,466.

He stated that the number of those receiving medical care in the intensive care departments reached three cases, while the total number of cases that were confirmed to be infected and are still receiving the necessary care reached 342 cases, and the total number of cases in (Covid 19) wards reached 14 cases.

He added that the number of swabs that were conducted during the same period amounted to 17,583 swabs, bringing the total of examinations to 5,549441 examinations, noting that the infection rate for the number of these swabs amounted to 0.2%.


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