Madinah Governor Calls For Fulfilling Citizens’ Needs During Curfew

Cleaners wear protective face masks, following the outbreak of the coronavirus, as they swipe the floor at the Kaaba in the Grand mosque in the holy city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia March 3, 2020. REUTERS/Ganoo Essa

Saudi Governor of Madinah region Prince Faisal bin Salman underlined the need to provide citizens and residents with all required services. He also ensured fulfilling that all their needs including food and medicine. This is to ensure that the curfew imposed to fight COVID-19 doesn’t impact them.

This came during his visit to the Crisis and Emergency Management Center (CEMAC) on Monday by the time all government bodies kicked off efforts to meet citizens’ needs and respond to inquiries regarding the precautionary measures in Madinah.

Other governors remotely briefed the governor on the latest health and security updates in the provinces. He urged prompt reporting of critical cases that need quick exceptional procedures.

He also lauded citizens and residents for abiding by the precautionary measures.

CEMAC is one of the platforms operating integrally 24/7 in participation with relevant government bodies. This is to respond to inquiries of citizens and residents in the Madinah region stemming the spread of novel coronavirus.