HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister stresses the importance of continuing to comply with precautionary measures to combat COVID-19
HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister stressed the importance of continuing to strictly adhere to all precautionary measures by limiting gatherings to members of the same household or close social circle and utilising outdoor open spaces rather than closed places.
The public reminder takes place at a time when significant COVID-19 developments in a number of countries are being closely monitored by the National Medical Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister emphasised the importance of adhering to precautionary measures issued by the National Medical Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) with determination, adding that the virus is still present and poses a risk to the community. Therefore, complacency must be avoided to protect the community and support frontliners in achieving their targets.
HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister stressed that the success of the Kingdom’s national efforts to combat COVID-19 requires continued community awareness and collective national responsibility to preserve the health and safety of all. In this regard, HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister noted that with the support of all, the goals of the Kingdom’s national Covid-19 response will be fulfilled.
HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister concluded by highlighting the immense efforts of the Kingdom’s frontliners in combating COVID-19 and protecting the community, emphasising the importance of a united and responsible community, to safeguard the health of the Kingdom’s citizens and residents.
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