Covid-19: Bahrain limits cinemas, indoor events to vaccinated
The Taskforce emphasised the importance of adhering to all the precautionary measures detailed within the Green Alert Level
Following a review of Covid-19 situations, Bahrain on Thursday announced Green Alert level from Friday.
As part of the new rules, the National Medical Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus said cinemas, indoor events and conferences, and attendance of indoor sports events will be opened to those who are vaccinated and have completed 14 days after the second dose of a vaccine and those who have recovered from Covid-19 by presenting their green shields on the “BeAware” app. A vaccinated or recovered person must accompany children under the age of 12.
The taskforce emphasised the importance of adhering to all the precautionary measures detailed within the Green Alert Level, noting the importance of wearing masks in indoor public areas, and maintaining social distancing.
The following sectors and activities will be open to the vaccinated and the unvaccinated:
Shopping malls and shops
Restaurants and cafes
Gyms and sports halls
Barbershops, salons, and spas
Playgrounds and entertainment centres
Entering government centres
Outdoors events and conferences
Attendance of outdoors sporting events
The green level also includes the option to attend education and training institutions, all while following necessary precautionary measures, including wearing a mask when indoors at public places and maintaining social distancing measures at all times.
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