As part of Saudi Arabia’s second phase of a gradual return to normalcy, campaigns continue to be launched to ensure that citizens and residents adhere to safety and health measures to complete the transition.
The Madinah branch of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development launched a campaign called “Qariban Najtame” (“We Will Meet Soon”).
The campaign aims to help maintain social awareness and contribute to ensuring public health by stressing the importance of social distancing, and the right preventive and precautionary measures, the Saudi Press Agecny reported on Thursday.
Abdullah Al-Saadi, general director of the ministry’s Madinah branch, said this and other such initiatives by the government and private entities aim to protect society.
He added that entities participating in “Qariban Najtame” are intensifying their efforts by targeting public places of gathering and identifying ways to prevent infection and disease proliferation.
Al-Saadi said the campaign aims to intensify educational guidance, medical examinations, crowd management, touring markets and mosques, and transmitting instructions via loudspeakers in various languages.