COVID-19: Saudi-Bahrain bridge opening reports denied

COVID-19: Saudi-Bahrain bridge opening reports denied
COVID-19: Saudi-Bahrain bridge opening reports denied

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Aden - Yasmin Abdel Azim - The 25- kilometre-long causeway was shut down on March 7 after the last groups of Saudi citizens and expatriates coming from Bahrain, the UAE and Kuwait were allowed into the kingdom as part of a string of Saudi measures to fight the spread of the new coronavirus. Image Credit:

Cairo: The King Fahd Causeway Authority has denied reports that the facility, linking Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, will be opened Wednesday.

“The Authority denies the truthfulness of reports attributed to it that the King Fahd Causeway will reopen for some cases, starting June 10,” it said on its Twitter account.

The 25km-long causeway was shut down on March 7 after the last groups of Saudi citizens and expatriates coming from Bahrain, the UAE and Kuwait were allowed into the kingdom as part of a string of Saudi measures to fight the spread of the new coronavirus. No date has been set for reopening the facility that was inaugurated in 1986.

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