Ministry of Interior Discloses Security Control Centers in Riyadh, Makkah and Madinah

Riyadh: Upon directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to implement additional precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) including no entry and exit from Riyadh, Makkah and Madinah according to the limits set by the concerned committee, an official source at the Ministry of Interior stated the following:
1) No entry and exit from Riyadh city in the following sites:
– Northern Security Control Center in Qassim Road.
– Security Control Center in Salboukh, “Sultana”.
– Security Control Center in Sa’ad.
– Security Control Center in Qiddiya.
– Security Control Center in Dirab Road.
– Security Control Center in Al-Kharj Road.
New security checkpoints will be established in Al-Kharj Old Road and Ramah.
2) No entry and exit from Makkah city in the following sites:
– Security Control Center in Al-Shemaisi, Jeddah Highway.
– Security Control Center in Al-Shemaisi, Jeddah Old Road.
– Security Control Center in Sabwah Al-Sail Center.
– Security Control Center in Al-Kurr.
– Security Control Center in Khakiah.
– Security Control Center in Nuriya.
In addition to internal branch roads to Makkah.
3) No entry and exit from Madinah city in the following sites:
– Security Control Center in Makkah Road, (Al-Hijrah).
– Security Control Center in Yanbu Road, (Al-Furaish).
– Security Control Center in Tabuk Road, (Al-Hufairah).
– Security Control Center in Qassim Highway, (Al-Har).
In addition to temporary security checkpoints in Madinah-Qassim Old Highway.
The source affirmed that the above-mentioned sites of the Security Control disclose the limits in the three cities.
The source emphasized that the continued cooperation of all citizens and residents in implementing the precautionary measures will have the greatest impact on the success of these measures through enabling the competent health authorities to provide the best medical care in order to prevent the spread of the virus and eliminate it for the safety of all. Source: Saudi Press Agency

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