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It’s Monday 20th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

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Now onto today’s newspapers

The Amir of Kuwait has undergone successful surgery. No details have been given beyond that. But it would seem that everything is going well.

Municipalities are stepping up inspections and preparations in readiness for Eid Al-Adha. Inspections of food outlets, abattoirs, supermarkets and meat shops are being intensified. And disinfection of public facilities such as parks and beaches are also well under way.

Eid Al-Adha will be at the end of next week.

There’s a fourth drive through COVID-19 testing hub on its way. The Hub’s were setup for easy and convenient testing. Participants are invited by a text message to attend, and well, drive through and get tested. 14,236 invitations have been sent out, and 10,679 have attended  for testing. So that’s around two thirds respond then.

A new company called ‘Falcon’ are setting up to offer sustainable tech-enabled micromobility solutions here in Qatar.

There’s images of happy people riding electric scooters near metro stations. And this is because the company will be offering last mile travel solutions.  So you’ll be able to arrive at a station, pick up an electric scooter, a quickly get to you destination by yourself. How cool is that?

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update

Of the 2,710 tested, 340 people which represents 12.55%, tested positive.

There were 354 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 3 deaths.

Meaning active cases have dropped by 17 to 3,114 in the previous 24hr period.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see you tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Monday 20th July 2020 S1E103

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It’s Sunday 19th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

On today’s front pages.

The Amir of Kuwait was admitted to hospital yesterday for checkups. And the Kuwaiti Crown Prince has been assigned to take over some of the constitutional jurisdiction duties.

Doha Metro has won the prestigious Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation, or CIHT, International Award 2020. Which recognizes outstanding examples of highway and transportation infrastructure or services outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Doha Metro won the award having been shortlisted alongside mega projects in the US, Africa, Asia and the Balkans.

With International travel restrictions in place, Qatar’s hospitality sector have geared up for an expected increase in Staycations this year. Hotels and resorts in Qatar have created some outstanding packages, including up to 50% off, early check-ins, late checkouts and room upgrades.

There’s a link in today’s News in 60 Seconds episode text, for www.qatarairwaysholdidays.com/staycation where you can book a stay including diner for two and a complimentary restaurant voucher from Discover Qatar.

In Qatar there’s a law restricting working hours for those working outdoors during the summer months. For the health and safety of those working outdoors it’s forbidden to work between the hours of 11:30am and 3pm. Keeping them out of the heat of the midday sun. However its been announced yesterday that 33 worksites have been closed down for violating this law.

And finally, local dates are to become available from July 20th. The Agricultural Affairs Department have announced that fresh dates, locally known as Al Rutab, will be available at all Al Meera Supermarket branches from July 20th

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update

Of the 3,406 tested, 410 people which is  12.04%, tested positive.

There were 426 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Meaning active cases have dropped by 17 to 3,131 in the previous 24hr period.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Sunday 19th July 2020 S1E102

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It’s Saturday 18th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

On todays front pages.

The Amir participates in the 136th session of the International Olympic Committee, using video conferencing.

Hamad Medical Corporation’s new satellite facility in the Industrial Area, aims to deliver safe and effective care to people who work and live in the area.

The Industrial Area Satellite Emergency Department, or IASED as it’s becoming known. Currently sees around 100 patients per day, and is expected to increase to 300 to 500 patients per day once the facility is fully operational.

Qatar is calling for the lifting of sanctions on Sudan. It’s also asking for Sudan to be removed from the list of terrorist states.

Local agricultural product yards have seen record sales this season. With a 120% increase on the previous season.

As well as selling local fruit and vegetables, the yards also include fish, poultry, sheep, goats, eggs, honey and many other products from farms in the area.

And finally, launching in a couple of weeks time, will be the Qatar Quick Weekend Edition.

A weekly magazine program brining you suggestions and ideas for the weekend ahead. With a panel of some of Qatar’s finest social media personalities.  Covering food, sport, culture, health, TV and Film.

And will be available on YouTube, Facebook and all top podcast providers.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update

Of the 4,923 tested, 8.55%  which is 421 people, tested positive.

There were 429 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Meaning active cases have dropped by 9 to 3,148 in the previous 24hr period.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Saturday 18th July 2020 S1E101

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It’s Friday 17th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

Today the News in 60 Seconds, is celebrating its 100th episode.

In just over 3 months we’ve gained more than 500 YouTube subscribers, almost 2,000 Facebook followers

And we’ve become listed on iTunes, iHeatRadio, Deezer and many other podcast platforms.

Thank you so much for your support. Please subscribe, follow and like us if you haven’t already done so. And help us make the News in 60 Seconds even more popular.

Now back to today’s papers

The Ministry of Education announced yesterday that students can return to school, on September 1st. That’s for both private and government schools.

Staff will return to work by August 19th

And the ministry states that attendance by both students and staff is mandatory.

In a statement by the Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al-Baker released yesterday. He say’s that protecting the population of his country comes first. And I quote “We don’t want to be so desperate that we take risks, which could be a health hazard and could have a second peak in my country. “

The statement indicates he would prefer to be patient, and only open up the country when it is safe to do so.

Personally I can sense the frustration of those around me, regarding international travel restrictions for them, and the ones they love. But I believe Akbar Al-Baker makes a valid point.

Having discharged its last patients on Wednesday, Mesaieed Hospital, which was one of the hospitals dedicated to treating COVID-19 cases, is now getting ready to switch to routine services in the near future.  And the COVID-19 quarantine centers are likely wind up soon as well. As the positive cases continue to drop.

Qatar Airways Holidays, is offering some great staycation offers right here in Qatar. So if you fancy a bit of luxury, some pampering or just a change of scene. You can take advantage of some of their great value packages available on their website.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update

Of the 5,803 tested, 8.51%  which is 494 people, tested positive.

There were 531 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Meaning active cases have dropped by 38 to 3,157 in the previous 24hr period.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Friday 17th July 2020 S1E100

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It’s Thursday 16th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s papers

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy or SC, Yesterday announced that the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, will host the opening game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The 60,000 seat stadium takes its name and design from the traditional tents used by nomadic peoples in the Gulf region.

The tournament will kick off in Al Bayt Stadium on Monday the 21st of November at 1pm local time.

The SC also announced that the tournaments final game will be held in the larger 80,000 capacity stadium located in Lusail. And that will take place on December the 18th which is Qatar’s National Day. Kicking off at 6pm.

The last batch of recovered COVID-19 patients leave Mesaieed Hospital.

They were the last of over 6,170 patients to have been treated there over the last few months.

This is now the second of Hamad Medical Corporations hospitals, which have been dedicated to treating COVID-19 patients to make their final discharge. Ras Laffan was the first earlier in the month.

Qatar joins the 5 other GCC countries and the United States of America in placing four entities, and two people on the Terrorism List.

The individuals and entities have played a vital role in transferring funds to support Syrian based ISIS fighters.

And finally, following Tuesday’s historic legal victory by Qatar over the four blockading countries. Qatar Airways is going to seek damages for losses sustained as a result of the blockading countries closing their airspace, to Qatar registered aircraft.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 450 new positive cases…..  477 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Active cases have now dropped to 3,195. Meaning a decrease of 28 in the previous 24hr period. The downward trend has slowed. And this was completely expected. Of course I hoped the monumental drop could continue. But I knew it would realistically have to slow down towards the end.

There will be no prediction for a date to be under 1,000 active cases today. But I’m sure it will be very soon.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Thursday 16th July 2020 S1E99

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It’s Wednesday 15th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s papers             

Since the beginning of the illegal and unjustified blockade of Qatar. By four Arab countries three years ago. Qatar registered aircraft have been forced to fly around airspace belonging to those countries.

The International Civil Aviation Organisation or ICAO, began working on resolving the situation. But appeals from the blockading countries prevented them from doing so.

Yesterday, the International Court of Justice unanimously dismissed appeals by countries blockading airspace, in two historic judgments.

Following the unanimous decision by the 16 judge panel, the ICAO can now resume its proceedings in resolving the claims submitted by the State of Qatar.

And the Qatar Tribune point out that as the 16 judge panel’s decision was unanimous, it means that the special judge appointed by the siege countries must have also voted against them, in favour of Qatar. Ooooo that must have stung a bit.

A new job search platform for Qataris looking for work is to launch soon. The platform will allow employers to list suitable positions, and for Qatari job seekers to identify potential opportunities. This follows the decision to raise the proportion of Qataris working in state-owned companies to 60%.

Qatar National Library reopens it’s doors for the first time today since the COVID crisis forced it to close its doors. You will need to book a time slot, and precautionary measures are in place. But its just going to be wonderful to get back into this awe-inspiring facility.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 517 new positive cases…..  533 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Active cases have now dropped to 3,223. Meaning a decrease of 17 in the previous 24hr period.

Errrrr…. Yes I think we’ll keep quiet about our prediction for under 1,000 active cases today. Let’s just say it is still possible to achieve by July 23rd. And leave it at that.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Wednesday 15th July 2020 S1E98

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It’s Tuesday 14th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

On today’s front pages.

Total COVID-19 recoveries cross 100,000 mark. The total recoveries for Qatar now stand at 100,627.

Qatar Foundation and the organization called TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design. Yesterday launched TED in Arabic. A two year initiative that will provide a platform for thinkers, researchers, artists and change-makers around the world to share ideas with a global audience in the Arabic language.

Barwa plans to develop 2 housing projects in Wakra. One project will be an integrated housing complex for workers and the other as an integrated residential city for low-income families.

Qatar Airways, the worlds largest cargo airline. Is giving charities the ability to transport humanitarian aid, and medical supplies all over the world for free. The 1 million kilo project called ‘We Care’ spelt with a Q. Will run from July until the end of December. And is being described as The First Chapter.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 418 new positive cases…..  884 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 2 deaths.

Yesterday there were 3,708 active cases so with today’s adjustments that means active cases have now dropped to 3,240. Meaning a decrease of 468 in the previous 24hr period.

And this means our prediction stays the same for the moment. The graph is still indicating that we should have less than 1,000 active cases of covid-19 by July 23rd.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Tuesday 14th July 2020 S1E97

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It’s Monday 13th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

Today’s featured newspaper is the Qatar Tribune

Which starts with the brilliant news that Qatar has been named the world’s safest country. Qatar has retained its position as the safest country in the world, according to a global crime index. In its 2020 mid-year Crime Index, Numbeo, the worlds largest user-contributed database on cities and countries has ranked Qatar first in terms of safety and low crime rate.

Barzan Holdings manufactures 8,000 ventilators a month. The ventilators which are 100 percent locally made, were put into production in record time during the early days of the COVID outbreak.

Barzan Holding which is a Qatar Ministry of Defense affiliated company can now manufacture these life saving devices at the rate of 8,000 units per month for both the local and global markets.

Nasser Al Khater the CEO of Qatar 2022 says ‘that a Unique experience awaits the Qatar 2022 World Cup fans’.

Fans will be able to watch more than one game in a day. And there are dedicated fan zones in strategic locations across the country that will offer a wide range of activities.

He says they have reached 85% completion across their construction portfolio. And all stadiums will be ready a full year before the tournament is due to start.

26 homes vacated for violating the ban on workers staying in areas that are reserved for housing families.

It’s common practice for some companies here in Qatar to rent accommodation designed for family living, and use it as a camp for their male workforce. A practice that has now been banned and these 26 homes have been vacated for that reason.

Ooredoo extends working from home until the end of the year. In a bold pioneering move the company is going to allow employees that are not physically required to be in an office, to continue working remotely from home.

Over 30,000 Indians have been repatriated during the pandemic say’s the Indian Ambassador to Qatar.

And we finish with Nestle donating 140,000 food and beverage servings to the Qatar Red Crescent Society.

Now here’s a quick look at yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 470 new positive cases…..  809 recoveries, and I’m sad to say, 1 death.

Yesterday there were 4,048 active cases so with today’s adjustments that means active cases have now dropped below 4,000 to 3,708. Meaning a decrease of 340 in the previous 24hr period.

And this means our prediction stays the same for the moment. The graph is still indicating that we should have less than 1,000 active cases of covid-19 by July 23rd.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

The Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Monday 13th July 2020 S1E96

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It’s Sunday 12th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

The Peninsula seems to cover all of todays stories, so we’ll just stick with that one.

Early detection is behind Qatar’s low COVID-19 mortality rate say’s the Health Minister.

Hamad International Airport is voted the second-best international airport globally. Based an a reader survey by the world renowned travel magazine aptly named ‘Travel & Leisure’.

Voters considered Hamad among their favorite, and praised the airport for it’s exceptional staff service. Facilities, extensive shopping options and lounges which are all housed under one expansive terminal.

Then at the bottom of the front page is coverage Lusail’s Place Vendom project. Which is due to open in September 2021.

The multibillion-riyal project located on Lusail’s sea front, will have 2 five start hotels, a mall featuring 600 different retail outlets, and an entertainment center. Along with a myriad of other attractions.

It features a canal running through it, fed directly from the sea.

And will be reminiscent of the famous high-end shopping street in Paris called; Rue de la Pai, of which Place Vendom is the starting point.

On to page 3, and we have; Salwa Beach Resort due to open soon.

Hmmm… today’s news is reading like a Qatar travel brochure.

Katara Hospitality announced yesterday that the Salwa Beach Resort will be opening its doors soon. It also said that due to partial opening and the limited availability of inventory. They will only be allotting one villa per family, until all premises are operational.

Ashghal opens a new 7km road with 3 major junctions. Linking the Doha Expressway and Southern Expressway. And when I look at an aerial photo of this giant plate of spaghetti, I can’t help but remember the single roundabout that this has replaced.

50 to 70 abandoned vehicles to be removed daily in Industrial Area. With an expected total of 10,000 abandoned vehicles to be removed during this campaign.

And finally; 13,000 nurses caring for COVID-19 patients in Qatar.

Hamad Medical Corporation say that nearly 13,000 nurses have provided essential services to tens of thousands of patients. Across a wide spectrum of COVID-19 related healthcare sites, since the start of the pandemic.

Now here’s a quick look yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 498 new positive cases…..  701 recoveries, and I’m very happy to say, no deaths.

Information on the current number of active cases is no longer provided. So, we’re calculating the figure from information they have shared. Yesterday there were 4,251 active cases so with today’s adjustments that means active cases have now dropped to 4,048. Meaning a decrease of 203 in the previous 24hr period.

And this means our prediction stays the same for the moment. The graph is still indicating, that we should have less than 1,000 active cases of covid-19 by July 23rd.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

The Qatar News in around 60 Seconds – Sunday 12th July 2020

Read by Brian Candy

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It’s Saturday 11th of July, this is the news in 60 seconds

Starting with a quick announcement, that The News in 60 Seconds is now available as an audio Podcast as well. We’re in the process of adding ourselves to all the main podcast directories over the next couple of weeks. But until then please see the accompanying text for a link.

There are 3 English medium newspapers in Qatar. Today that drops to 2 as the Qatar Tribune don’t publish on a Saturday.

Starting with the Gulf Times at the top of their front page is; Al Bayt Stadium is a stunner of a stadium. This story describes the Al Bayt stadium and covers its design and inspiration. Saying the 60,000 capacity stadium honors Qatar’s past and present, while keeping an eye on the future.

Qatar calls for more support to victims of terrorism.

And a warning from Hamad Medical Corporation to check the weather conditions before heading to the beach. And I can save you some time there by telling you now, it’s going to be sunny with no chance of rain today. It looked like it was going to snow earlier, but that seems to have passed us by. We can expect a high of up to 43 degrees today so if your going to the beach get some factor 1,000 sun block.

On to the Peninsula, and they start with the Education Above All Foundation hosting a high-level event at UN HLPF.

Hamad Medical Corporation advises to take safety measures as mercury surges.

And the General Authority of Customs releases 318,743 customs declarations in June.

That seems to be it for today’s headlines. They say no news is good news, so today is super awesome news.

Now here’s a quick look yesterday’s COVID update – Which shows 520 new positive cases…..  961 recoveries and I’m very sad to say, 4 deaths.

For one reason or another the handout no longer gives information on the number of active cases. So, we’ve calculated this figure from the information they’ve shared. Yesterday there were 4,696 active cases so with today’s adjustments that means active cases have now dropped to 4,251. Meaning a decrease of 445 in the previous 24hr period.

And this means our prediction needs revising. The graph is now indicating,

that we should have less than 1,000 active cases of covid-19 by July 23th.

That’s all for today, please take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.

The Qatar News in around 60 Seconds – Saturday 11th July 2020

Read by Brian Candy

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