Enterprises breaching regulations in place to fight the new coronavirus in Saudi Arabia face a fine of 10,000 riyals
Saudi Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmed Al Rajhi has endorsed the fine as part of penalties against violators of bylaws related to “exceptional circumstances”, the report said. The fine will multiply depending on the number of violation cases and workers involved, it added. Earlier, Al Rajhi had issued a ministerial decree approving guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at workplaces.
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