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muscatdaily.com 06 Aug, 2022 19:30 am

COVID-19 cases rising again in Oman

COVID-19 cases rising again in Oman
Muscat - Hospitals in the sultanate are once again reporting an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases. Although those getting infected are reporting mild symptoms, doctors urge caution and observance of tried and tested precautionary measures, such as wearing mask and social distancing, to avoid another wave.

Although those getting infected are reporting mild symptoms, doctors urge caution and observance of tried and tested precautionary measures, such as wearing mask and social distancing, to avoid another wave.Precautions like social distancing and wearing masks in crowded places and in airports must be observed again.” The Ministry of Health recently called on citizens and residents to take the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine.‘Due to increased activity of the COVID-19 virus in many parts of the world, the Ministry of Health calls upon all those who did not receive the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to do so,’ a statement said.

“We try to forget COVID-19, but the virus has not forgotten us.Confirming the rising casing, Dr K P Raman, chairman of Al Hayat International Hospital, said, “Our hospital has indeed been seeing an increase in COVID-19 patients recently, though there are no severe cases in the ICU or on ventilator.

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