Saudi Arabia's government has said that restaurants in the country will no longer be required to have separate entrances for different sexes.
Up To Businesses
It was previously mandatory for restaurants in Saudi Arabia to have one entrance for families and women and one for men on their own.
However, the Saudi ministry of municipalities has said that restaurants will no longer be required to have sex-segregated entrances and that it will instead be up to businesses to decide whether they want to maintain separate entrances, as reported by BBC.com.
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