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Qatar barbers and salons reopened

Qatar barbers and salons reopened
Qatari's flocked for haircuts as hairdressers reopened after closing in March to contain coronavirus in Qatar.

Tests, home quarantine as Qatar reopens borders

Tests, home quarantine as Qatar reopens borders
Qatar reopened borders on August 1. Travellers are required to take tests on arrival and undergo home quarantine.

UDC tests 600 frontline staff

UDC tests 600 frontline staff
United Development Company (UDC) has collaborated with the Ministry of Public Health and COVID-19 tests were conducted for 600 frontline UDC workers.

Qatar confirms schools reopening on September 1

Qatar confirms schools reopening on September 1
Govt and private schools will open on Sept 1 for students; Aug 19 for staff, the Ministry of Education confirmed in its statement.

Qatar lifts travel restrictions for valid visa holders

Qatar lifts travel restrictions for valid visa holders
Qatar has announced that travel restrictions imposed amid the COVID-19 outbreak will be relaxed from August 1.

Qatar reopened 300 additional mosques

Qatar reopened 300 additional mosques
Qatar reopened 300 additional mosques. Gymnasiums also reopened but with limited occupancy rate of 50 per cent.

Qatar Airways resumes flights to Helsinki on 29 July

 Qatar Airways resumes flights to Helsinki on 29 July
Qatar Airways will resume three weekly flights to Helsinki on Wednesday, 29 July, becoming the only Gulf carrier to serve four Nordic capitals.

Qatar to resume school classes in three phases

Qatar to resume school classes in three phases
Qatar has announced to resume school classes in three phases. The 2020/2021 academic year will start in stages starting from September 1.

Turkey's Erdogan arrives on first post-covid trip

Turkey's Erdogan arrives on first post-covid trip
Turkish president Erdogan arrives in Qatar on first post-coronavirus trip to hold talks with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

Qatar’s tourism industry will bounce back, experts say

 Qatar’s tourism industry will bounce back, experts say
Qatar has prior experience of navigating its tourism industry through difficult times. Industry experts are confident that Qatar will bounce back.

Qatar coronavirus cases pass 100,000-mark

Qatar coronavirus cases pass 100,000-mark
Qatar has passed the grim milestone of 100,000 confirmed novel coronavirus cases, the health ministry said on Monday.

Over 300 Indians stranded in Qatar return home

Over 300 Indians stranded in Qatar return home
Over 300 Indians stranded in Qatar due to the coronavirus- restrictions have returned in two chartered flights to Nagpur and Mumbai.

Qatar Airways mandates face shields for economy class

Qatar Airways mandates face shields for economy class
Qatar Airways has announced that economy passengers now have to wear a surgical face shield as well as a face mask throughout its flights.

Qatar embraces digitisation to advance economy

 Qatar embraces digitisation to advance economy
Qatar wants to advance the national economy by embracing the power of digitisation, said Khalid Elgibali, division president – Middle East and North Africa, Mastercard.

Qatar to further ease coronavirus restrictions

Qatar to further ease coronavirus restrictions
Qatar aims to further ease coronavirus curbs from Jul 1, allowing the limited reopening of restaurants, beaches and parks, authorities said.

Ministry of Commerce reveals second phase details

Ministry of Commerce reveals second phase details
Qatar will further ease coronavirus-related restrictions from July 1, the government announced citing the “infections have passed their peak.”

Virus case tally surges in Qatar

Virus case tally surges in Qatar
The Qatar health ministry on Sunday ( 28th June) reported 750 new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 1,477 recoveries. No new deaths were reported.

Qatar denies rumours that education will be online

Qatar denies rumours that education will be online
The Qatari Ministry of Education and Higher Education denies social media rumours that education will continue to remain online.

Katara's exciting line up of online summer events

Katara's exciting line up of online summer events
Katara cultural village has announced the launch of Katara Summer Events 2020, to be presented remotely through its social media accounts.

Qatar 2022: Cahill happy to see progress amid covid-19

Qatar 2022: Cahill happy to see progress amid covid-19
Australian soccer great Tim Cahill is happy to see the country's preparations for the world cup going on in full swing, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

World's biggest airline in COVID-19 era: Qatar Airways

World's biggest airline in COVID-19 era: Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways is now the world's largest airline based on revenue passenger kilometres (RPK) flown, according to new data from the International Air Transport Association.

World Cup stadiums to comply with COVID-19 norms

World Cup stadiums to comply with COVID-19 norms
Qatar's chief FIFA world cup organiser said he was consulting with the English Premier League and Bundesliga to learn about how they are dealing with the coronavirus.

Qatar Cuts Pay for Foreign Employees Working for Govt

Qatar Cuts Pay for Foreign Employees Working for Govt
Qatar Ministry of Finance instructed government-funded entities to cut spending on non-Qatari staffers’ wages.

Qatar face the risk of labor shortage

Qatar face the risk of labor shortage
Job cuts and salaries for foreigners could threaten Qatar’s economic growth by raising the risk of labor shortages, according to reports.

Qatar to lift lockdown in four phases from June 15

Qatar to lift lockdown in four phases from June 15
Qatar will gradually start easing lockdown from June 15, government spokesperson announces.
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