LONDON: Bahrain will open malls, restaurants, cafes, and sports centers for everyone from Friday.
The kingdom had imposed restrictions in an effort to control the spread of COVID-19 during the Eid Al-Adha holiday.
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Bahrain will open salons, swimming pools, leisure centers and allow people to enter government facilities. It will also permit events and conferences in outdoor areas, and allow people to attend education and training institutions provided they adhere to preventative measures.
The kingdom said it would permit vaccinated individuals, those recovering from the virus and children under 12 years old accompanied by a vaccinated person, to enter cinemas and organize events and conferences indoors.
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