Saudi Arabia: Glass service for vaccinators
Riyadh: Vaccinators in Saudi Arabia have been allowed to provide glass service.
According to the details, the Saudi Public Health Department has said that only vaccinated citizens and foreigners living in coffee shops will be allowed glass service.
According to the Public Health Department, coffee and haqqa have been allowed in cafes since Monday, May 17, but will be offered to those who have been vaccinated against coronavirus.
According to the instructions, only corona vaccinated customers will be allowed to come to the cafes, while customers will be allowed to provide glass in the dining hall.
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The department says that glass can only be served in open spaces while the table system in coffee shops will also have to be changed, with the required distance from one table to another being at least 3 meters.
It should be noted that vaccines have already been made mandatory for coffee shop employees. The Public Health Department had said that if coffee shop owners want to employ non-vaccinators, the condition that workers Submit a CR test report, which will be effective for a maximum of 7 days.
It should be noted that the Saudi Ministry of Local Government had given a mandatory respite to workers working in men’s barber shops and beauty parlors in addition to hotels, grocery stores and stalls until the first of Shawwal, which has expired Is.