Saudi Arabia has installed personal protection equipment (PPE) and sanitizer vending machines in Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport, authorities said on Twitter Wednesday, in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
“For your safety, vending machines for masks and sanitizers are available in the internal travel hall (5) in King Khalid International Airport. We wish you a happy and safe journey,” the tweet said.
Saudi Arabia has been gradually easing restrictions throughout the country over the past several weeks. The Kingdom’s mosques are now allowed to open for Friday prayers but must open 20 minutes before the prayer begins and should close 20 minutes after it ends.