The dates for when Saudi expects to return to a semblance of normality have been announced.
In a series of updates, the Ministry of Interior announced mosques outside Mecca can open, (from May 31) and that the Kingdom aims to fully lift the curfew by June 21.
Curfew times across The Kingdom, in all areas excluding Mecca, will be revised from tomorrow.
Mosques across Saudi will reopen and workplace activity can resume from May 31 (excluding Mecca) while Friday prayers at Al Haram Al Sharif Mosque in Mecca are permitted to resume from May 31.
Revised curfew: From Thursday, the curfew has been changed to 3pm until 6am (excluding Mecca)
Good news: The updates from SPA added that the curfew and ban on mosque visits in Mecca will be lifted on June 21.
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International flights remain suspended: Domestic flights will be permitted between certain regions
The total number of COVID-19 cases in the Kingdom has reached 74,759 including 28,728 active cases of which 384 are critical. A spokesperson of the Health Ministry announced the total number of recoveries has reached 48,450.