The Ministry of Health in the Sultanate of Oman announced Monday the registration of 33 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Sultanate to 331.
The number of cases of recovery from COVID-19 infection had risen to 61 and two have sadly died, the ministry added, according to Oman's News Agency.
The ministry called on all citizens and residents to adhere to procedures by staying in an isolated room attached to a toilet, and serve the isolated person from outside the room as instructed. It also advised all citizens and residents to wash their hands regularly, avoid touching the face, nose, mouth, and eyes and follow healthy habits when coughing and sneezing.
The ministry also urged everyone to comply with social distancing instructions issued by the Supreme Committee and the Ministry, as well as stay at home and not go out unless necessary. (QNA)
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