Qatar has reimposed restrictions on commercial activities as the country has recently experienced a spike in COVID-19 infections.
The renewed restrictions include a ban on the shisha services at the restaurants, reducing operation capacity in shopping centres to 75 per cent, and limiting entry to the fully vaccinated customers, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry said.
Meanwhile, operation capacity has been reduced by half at the health clubs where fully vaccinated customers and employees can only have access, and shower, cloak, and sauna rooms have been closed.
The ministry added that beauty centres can operate at half of their normal capacity and access to them is confined to vaccinated customers and employees.
Other restrictions include allowing outdoor social gatherings of up to 15 vaccinated people, and indoor social gatherings of up to of 10 vaccinated people, with the exception of members of the same household.
Public transport capacity has also been restricted to 60 per cent.
Physical distancing and face mask-wearing has been reintroduced in mosques across Qatar and non-vaccinated worshippers are not allowed in.
Source: Gulf News