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Saudi Arabia will fine 500,000 to people who don’t disclose correct health information

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Saudi Arabia will penalty 500,000 to people who don't disclose correct health information

Saudi Arabia will impose a penalty of 500,000 to people who don’t disclose correct health information. This is linked to people not disclosing any symptoms of COVID19 or try to hide the information. More details and source below.

Saudi Arabia will penalty 500,000 to people who don’t disclose correct health information

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is taking strict actions against people who are not helping to control the spread of Coronavirus. These measures have become necessary in order to maintain and control any outbreak of COVID19. The fine or penalty will be imposed on people on the country’s entry point where they have disclosed the health-related information.

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  1. Good steps have taken by the government.

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