The Ministry Recommends Using the E-Application
MCI Inspection Teams follow up the commercial establishments exempted from the curfew, including groceries, hypermarkets, vegetable and fruit stores, poultry, fish and meat shops, bakeries, and gas stations, in order to ensure the continuity of providing the services to the consumers.
The Ministry of Commerce has confirmed that the services in these facilities are running smoothly, in terms of the availability and abundance of goods, as well as the flow of basic and necessary food supplies.
Meanwhile, the Ministry would like to advise the consumers to use the electronic applications for foodstuffs delivery during the period of curfew. They can order whatever they need of foodstuffs and consumables through these e-applications.
The Ministry of Commerce urges all citizens and residents to use the electronic delivery applications for all their food supplies and consumables even during the period of allowing the roaming as well, and not to leave the house except for the extreme necessity. This is to preserve the health and safety of citizens and residents, and this is in compliance with the wise leadership instructions.
The Ministry of Commerce continues to receive the consumers’ reports and complaints round the clock through MCI Consumer Call Center (1900), or through the application of a Commercial Violation Report, or via the Ministry’s website.