Sana’a government call staff to return to work

National Salvation Government in Sana’a agreed on the return of all employees to their workplaces starting next Tuesday, July 21st.

The Sana’a government (loyal to Houthis) approved on exemption of all elderly employees who are over the age of 60 years or who suffer from a chronic disease confirmed by medical reports as well as pregnant employees to keep them safe from the epidemic, taking into account the commitment to cleanliness, precaution, and sterilization.

Sana’a Prime Minister Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor hailed the efforts of the Higher Ministerial Committee to Combat Epidemics to re-normalize life by easing precautionary restrictions related to confronting the Coronavirus in a number of vital sectors.

According to official Saba news agency, The Premier highly appreciated the humanitarian roles played by government and private health staff over the past months and their efforts in curbing the spread of the epidemic.

This came during the Premier meeting with a number of government officials in which they discussed the Premier’s decree related to reducing and easing restrictions in a number of governmental and private facilities directly related to citizens’ services as well as in the various ministries and relevant authorities.

The meeting discussed the additional steps to be adopted within the framework of the easing of precautionary restrictions and at the forefront of the civil service sector, where the Minister of Civil Service and Insurance proposes the return of employees to their jobs as steps to normalize the general situation, taking into account the exemption of a number of sections that are likely to be vulnerable to the novel Coronavirus infection.

The meeting also approved measures that would serve efforts to normalize the situation in a number of fields covered by precautionary restrictions related to fighting against Corona.

The efforts of the Ministry of Public Health and Population were discussed with research and academic institutions to come up with remedial prescriptions that would help the Yemeni people who have been living under the siege in the face of the Coronavirus.