CAIRO, Feb 22 (Reuters) – Oman’s supreme committee fordealing with COVID-19 said on Monday it was suspending entry forarrivals from Sudan, Lebanon, Brazil, South Africa, Nigeria,Tanzania, Ghana, Ethiopia, Guinea, Sierra Leone for 15 days fromFeb. 25, state media reported. The decision also includes arrivals from elsewhere if theyhave passed through any of those countries in the 14 days priorto applying to enter the sultanate. Omani citizens, diplomats,health workers and their families are exempt from thesuspension, the committee said.
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