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As countries within the Gulf begin a gradual easing of Covid-19-related movement restrictions, the revival of the region’s aviation sector has come into focus. Effective recovery strategies will rely on reassuring passengers that sufficient health and the safety measures are in place.

How have entrepreneurs within Oman’s ICT sector responded to the Covid-19 crisis so far?

Oman acted quickly to limit the spread of the virus. A range of measures were implemented, including travel restrictions on international flights and internal public transportation services, the closure of all schools, universities, malls and non-essential shops, and the suspension of prayers at mosques.

As of April 12, the number of recorded Covid-19 cases in Oman stood at 599, with four fatalities and 109 recoveries.

Articles & Analysis | Rest and relaxation: from The Report: Oman 2020

A SINAMAR HOTEL APARTMENT Street 196 Al Jami Al Akbar Road Ghala Heights T: +968 2450 6414 Rooms: 83 rooms, including double and twin rooms, and one-, two- and three bedroom suites. Business & Conference Facilities: Printer and fax machine available on site. Health & Leisure Facilities:...

LANGUAGE: Similar to other GCC member states, Arabic is the official language of Oman, although English is widely spoken and understood. Using English to get around or conduct business in the capital, Muscat, or other hubs such as Sohar or Salalah, is relatively easy. Locals do appreciate the exchange of salutations in Arabic, but are very...

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