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Security Authorities announced penalties data on not wearing masks

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Security Authorities announced penalties data on not wearing masks in different cities of Saudi Arabia. The penalty announced as part of the initial opening of the country but cautiously campaign. The penalty was for SAR 1,000 each individual they are caught for not wearing masks in public places. More details below.

Security Authorities announced penalties data on not wearing masks

In one day or 24 hours, the security authorities impose financial fines for not wearing the masks in:

  • Riyadh 114
  • Qassim 182
  • Najran 105
  • Tabuk 183
  • Al-Jouf 18

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