Riyadh: Saudi Arabia will lift the curfew to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the country at 6 am on Sunday.
The curfew will be lifted nationwide, including cities such as Mecca and Jeddah, and currently only residents are allowed to leave their homes for necessity.
The Ministry of the Interior said Umrah pilgrimage and international flights are still suspended. It is also forbidden to enter and leave the kingdom by land or sea.
No more than 50 people are allowed in the party. People should make sure to wear masks in public and keep a distance from society.
At the same time, the Ministry of Health announced on Saturday that 46 people in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have died from COVID-19.
It also announced 3,941 new cases of the virus and 3,153 more recoveries from it.
Of the new cases, 740 were recorded in Riyadh, 421 in Jeddah, 354 in Makkah and 285 in Hufof.
A total of 1,230 people have died from coronavirus in the Kingdom so far.