Oman Offers Free Treatment to Foreign Government Workers and Families

Oman's Health Minister Grants Free Treatment to Expatriates in Government Sector

Muscat, Oman – In a revolutionary gesture towards inclusion and healthcare accessibility, the Health Minister of Oman, Dr. Hilal Al Sabti, has issued an order saying that foreigners working in the government sector and their family members would get free treatment. This daring effort intends to guarantee that healthcare services in the country are available to both citizens and expats, generating a feeling of togetherness and equality.

To provide unrestricted access to emergency care, fixed prices will be levied across all health facilities. The order specifies that Omani citizens, GCC citizens residing in Oman for more than three months, foreigners married to Omani women and their children, foreigners married to local men and their children, government employees and their families, as well as foreign diplomatic representatives and their family members, will all benefit from this new policy.

This significant move towards comprehensive healthcare is a monument to Oman’s dedication to the well-being of its varied people. By giving free treatment to foreign employees and their families, the government expresses its acknowledgment of their efforts and devotion to public service.

Meanwhile, the Oman Meteorological Center has issued a warning on Cyclone Biporjoy, which is predicted to approach the country next Monday. The cyclone is forecast to strike the southern governorates of Sharqiya, Dhofar, Muscat, and Al Wusta. Authorities are actively watching the situation and will offer more information as the storm approaches near the northwest coast. Residents are asked to keep informed and take appropriate measures.

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