Saudi Arabia Is Giving FREE COVID-19 Treatment To All: Regardless Of Nationality Or Religion
Saudi Arabia Is Giving FREE COVID-19 Treatment To All: Regardless Of Nationality, Religion Or Legal Status
COVID-19 has changed the world and Saudi is standing for unity both at home and across the world, at this time.
And the message is this: It’s okay to be fearful, as the most devastating pandemic of our time affects a generation, but take comfort in the knowledge that governments are taking decisive actions and people are uniting against the new threat.
And Saudi leadership is leading this fight, offering free COVID-19 healthcare for ALL, no matter your nationality, religion or legal status and ensuring you can stay connected by providing government services online, to improve the quality of your home life as much as possible.
People WILL hug again, hands will shake, schools will open, prayers will be held; a strong statement from Saudi to its citizens
"People will hug again, hands will shake, schools will re-open, prayers will be held, stadiums will fill with fans, and airplanes will take to the skies.
But to get there, we must keep fighting."
Saudi Arabia stands by the global community 🌍 pic.twitter.com/e3svpJ0tSw
— Saudi Ministry of Justice (@MojKsa_EN) April 3, 2020
The Ministry of Justice is working hard so the disruption to your life is minimal
Teams are working around the clock to empower citizens, ensuring their web pages are ready to service your requests, offering 120 online services in total as they believe your life should NOT be disrupted by the virus.
Learn more about the Ministry of Justice here
The people are proud of the Saudi effort
I swear you doing amazing efforts to fight COVID 19..keep going May Allah save us all
— Yasser Ali (@AboAli25969137) April 4, 2020
“A stunning effort”
Stunning efforts are done by Saudi government to stop spreading the #cronaVirusEpidemic in homeland so we have to edhere the instructions of #MOH. Also Saudi Arabia sends relief to some countries to confront this epidemic.
— Ali (@bin_omaralasiri) April 4, 2020