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  • Probe ordered into Hamad International Airport Incident
  • Qatar Petroleum partners make second offshore South Africa gas find
  • Qatar chamber says provoking Muslims feelings harms trade ties

It’s Thursday 29th October, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s newspapers

Probe ordered into Hamad International Airport Incident

The Government Communications Office said in a statement yesterday:

That the urgently decided measures taken with some travellers after the discovery of an unidentified new-born child at Hamad International Airport. Were to prevent the perpetrators and those involved from escaping and leaving the country. The statement expressed regrets for any distress or infringements of the personal freedoms of any traveller caused by this action.

“On October the 2nd 2020, a new-born infant was found in a trash bin concealed in a plastic bag and buried under garbage at Hamad International Airport. The baby girl was rescued from what appeared to be a shocking and appalling attempt to kill her. The infant is now safe and under medical care in Doha.” The statement said.

Moreover, the statement said that this was the first instance of an abandoned infant being discovered in such a condition at Hamad International Airport.

The results of the investigation will be shared with our international partners. Qatar remains committed to ensuring the safety, security and comfort of all travellers, transiting through the country.

Qatar Petroleum partners make second offshore South Africa gas find.

And Qatar chamber says provoking Muslims feelings harms trade ties

Active cases of COVID-19 are down by 17 to 2,825.

38 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.

In total 10,044 COVID-19 tests were performed. And just 2.49% of those tested positive. And that’s a new all time low.

Don’t forget to visit our best friends at ‘Hello Qatar’. And get the most out of your time here in Qatar.

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

  • Hamad Medical Corporation launches study to gauge public attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccine
  • No Darb Al Saai activities this year
  • 50% reduction in rent for stores and barnes at Al Wakra Central Market

It’s Wednesday 28th October, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s newspapers

Hamad Medical Corporation launches study to gauge public attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccine.

The survey which is being led by Hamad Medical Corporation’s Mental Health Service. Can be completed online, in either Arabic or English. The survey will help authorities make informed decisions as Qatar prepares for the arrival of COVID-19 vaccine.

Doctor Abdullatif Al Khal, Chair of the National Health Strategic Group on COVID-19 says ‘the launch of this study is a vital part of our strategy, to ensure that as soon as we have an approved COVID-19 vaccine in Qatar, we can offer easy access to the vaccine, for those people most at risk.’  

No Darb Al Saai activities this year

The organising committee has said that the move is to ensure health and safety for all, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Darb Al Saai events will be held next year.

The committee said this year, we will see the establishment of many historical programmes, competitions and seminars that will be broadcast on the Doha 360 website.

50% reduction in rent for stores and barnes at Al Wakra Central Market

Mohammed Al Sadah the CEO of Hassad said ‘It is our pleasure to announce a reduction of the rental fees by 50% for all commercial activities at Al wakra Central Market. For a period of two years, as we aim to support traders, the local livestock sector, and associated activities’.  

Active cases of COVID-19 are down by 17 to 2,842.

104 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.

In total 6,013 COVID-19 tests were performed. And 4.27% of those tested positive.

Don’t forget to visit our best friends at ‘Hello Qatar’. And get the most out of your time here in Qatar.

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

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  • Exceptional entry permit holders can extend validity for 30 days
  • Over 150 vehicles seized at Sealine for traffic violations
  • Qatar condemns the continuation of hate speech based on belief race or religion

It’s Tuesday 27th October, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s newspapers

Exceptional entry permit holders can extend validity for 30 days.

Residents who have obtained an exception entry permit to enter Qatar but couldn’t travel before its expiry. Can now apply to extend their permit for an additional 30 days

However certain conditions have to be met before applying for the extension, Qatar’s E-government portal Hukoomi said on Monday.

The conditions are:

The extension request is to be submitted at least one day after the expiry of the previous permit.

And the Holder of the permit must not be inside the state.

Over 150 vehicles seized at Sealine for traffic violations.

The General Directorate of Traffic announced yesterday during a press conference; That over 150 vehicles caught violating traffic rules, were seized in the Sealine area last week.

According to traffic statistics released yesterday; Over the last 3 years 18 people have died, and 122 people have suffered serious injuries in vehicle accidents in the Sealine area.

Qatar condemns the continuation of hate speech based on belief race or religion.

Qatar has condemned the dramatic escalation of populist rhetoric that incites religious abuse, and has a reaffirmed its total rejection of all forms of hate speech based on belief race or religion.

Active cases of COVID-19 are up by 18 to 2,859.

25 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.

In total 9,735 COVID-19 tests were performed. And 2.69% of those tested positive.

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

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  • Qatar signs deal with one more firm to procure COVID-19 vaccine
  • Barwa launches 5 billion Qatar Riyal residential projects for families and workers
  • First step towards keeping unlicensed agents out of the real estate brokerage business

It’s Sunday 26th October, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s newspapers

Qatar signs deal with one more firm to procure COVID-19 vaccine

Besides Pfizer and BionTech, Moderna will also supply Qatar with its vaccine.

The Ministry of Public Health has signed an agreement with the US pharmaceutical firm Moderna to supply its potential vaccine to Qatar as soon as its approved and released

Moderna is on track to supply around 500 million doses of the vaccine across the world from early 2021

Barwa launches 5 billion Qatar Riyal residential projects for families and workers

Barwa has signed a deal with Urban Trading and Contracting or UCC for the construction of the projects named Madinatna for families which will have 6,780 Apartments that can accommodate approximately 27,000 people.

And Barahat Al Janoob Which will be the workers city providing 1,404 units in various multi Storey buildings. Offering 16,848 rooms each accommodating up to four persons.

First step towards keeping unlicensed agents out of the real estate brokerage business.

The first batch of licenced Qatari real estate brokers took the legal oath on Sunday before the Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee at the Ministry of Justice.

Active cases of COVID-19 are now 2,841.

33 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.

In total 6,703 COVID-19 tests were performed. And 3.06% of those tested positive.

  • President Macron’s remarks provoked anger in the Middle East.
  • Public are being urged to take seasonal flu vaccination
  • Explore Qatar’s heritage through Airbnb experiences says Qatar Museums

It’s Sunday 25th October, this is the news in 60 seconds

In today’s newspapers

President Macron’s remarks provoked anger in the Middle East.

And calls to boycott French products grow in the Arab world as a result.

This morning’s front page of the Qatar Tribune has an image of French products being removed from shelves at a supermarket in Kuwait City on Saturday.

And a number of retailers in Qatar, Al Meera being among the largest, have decided to do likewise.

The public are being urged to take seasonal flu vaccination.

Experts warn that even healthy people can get sick from flu and spread it to others

the vaccine protects you from several viruses that can risk your life or lead to hospital admission

for the sixth consecutive year the campaign aims to vaccinate around 500,000 people

The vaccine is completely free and easily available across Qatar.

Explore Qatar’s heritage through Airbnb experiences says Qatar Museums.

In its ongoing efforts to promote Qatar’s rich heritage, Qatar museums has launched a number of cultural activities and tours through Airbnb experiences. An extension of the global online rental marketplace that curates a host of unique offerings led by locals from cities all across the world.

Active cases of COVID-19 are now 2,868.

36 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.

In total 9,032 COVID-19 tests were performed. And 2.81% of those tested positive.

Don’t forget to visit our best friends at ‘Hello Qatar’. And get the most out of your time here in Qatar.

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