From the 1st of February, updated Precautionary Measures will be implemented in workplaces.

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Saad Al Hammad, the official spokesperson for Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development, noted that taking preventive steps in the workplace provides a safe and healthy working environment, as well as the safety of workers and the general public. Read More: A horrific video of the moment a man was run over and robbed after he left Fajr prayer

Starting on February 1, 2022, taking the booster dose will be a requirement for maintaining “immune” status in the application of “Tawakkalna” for all people who have been 8 months or more after receiving the second dose of corona vaccine, according to Al Hammad’s Twitter account. Read More: Expected amendments to the Premium Residency System include new features and categories and these are its most prominent factors

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He urged firms in the Kingdom’s governmental and commercial sectors to verify immunization and health status only in the Tawakkalna application, and not to request any checks or impose additional measures outside of the approved protocols.

Al Hammad emphasized the significance of taking preventive measures in the workplace, such as wearing a face mask, maintaining physical distance, and checking the worker’s health condition in the Tawakkalna application before entering the workplace. Read More: Saudi Family Visit Visa Types and Validity | Latest

The Ministry of Health previously announced that, from February 1, 2022, those who received their second dose before the age of eight months will have their immune status updated on the Tawakkalna app.

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Immune status will not change for people who received the second dose in less than 8 months, according to the health ministry.

Prior to this, the Ministry of Interior said that beginning February 1st, all Saudi citizens and resident expats in the Kingdom will be required to receive a booster dosage of corona vaccination in order to maintain their immunity status on the Tawakkalna application.

Anyone over the age of 18 who wishes to attend any social, economic, commercial, cultural, scientific, entertainment, or sporting event in the Kingdom must have immunity. Those with vaccine-related concerns are exempted, according to their Exempted status in the Tawakkalna application.

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