It’s Thursday 16th of April, this is the news in 60 seconds
The Peninsula lead with a story that the cabinet have extended by two weeks, the preventative measures introduced to help combat COVID-19. These include
Limiting the number of employees that can be in an office at the same time
Restricting the working day to six hours from 7am to 1pm, saying that all meetings should be distance meetings utilizing modern technology.
And the number of staff transferred by bus should be half the vehicles capacity.
In The Qatar Tribune there’s an article – where two COVID-19 survivors share their stories. One of them a bank worker from the Philippines, Juan Micau. Explained that he may have caught the virus while on vacation, as he began experiencing symptoms on his return to Qatar. He was admitted to hospital here where he spent 2 weeks before making a full recovery.
Hamad Medical Corporation tweet on COVID that there has been 283 new positive cases, 33, recovered, with no new deaths reported.
It’s Wednesday the 15th of April, this is the news in 60 seconds
The Gulf Times, Qatar Tribune and Peninsula all lead with stories, giving details of COVID-19 treatments here in Qatar. Among which is a technique where they extract the plasma from recovered patients and introduce it into patients undergoing treatment to help them fight the virus.
The Tribune say ‘Quarantined workers to get salaries’
The Peninsula have a story on the F-15 fighter jets due for delivery to Qatar next year undergoing their first flight tests.
And the Gulf Times say smokers have reduced immunity against Coronavirus.
On Twitter the Qatar News Agency tweet that the Qatar Financial Center is supporting 900 plus firms coping with the COVID crisis
And Hamad Medical Corporation tweet on COVID that in the previous 24 hours there have been 197 new positive cases, 39 recovered cases and no new deaths.
And finally BeIN launch a service where you can watch movies before they even get shown in the cinema for just 10 dollars each.
It’s Tuesday the 14th of April, this is the news in 60 seconds
Todays Qatar Tribune have a front-page item reporting that a Supreme Committee for Crisis Management Spokesperson, has said it’s difficult to predict a timeline for the return to normality.
The Peninsula warn that more thundery rain is expected today.
I Love Qatar . Net have posted that Lulu have closed their D-Ring Hypermarket for deep cleaning until further notice.
Hamad Medical Corporation tweet on COVID that in the previous 24 hours there had been 252 new positive cases, 59 recovered cases and no new deaths.
And finally, Hamad Medical Corporation have tweeted advice on the use of masks. Stating that The Ministry of Public health does not advise healthy people to routinely wear a mask to reduce their risk of COVID-19. However, it is advised to wear a mask under certain conditions.
It’s Monday the 13th of April, this is the news in 60 seconds
The Gulf Times lead with ‘Home delivery of medicines extended to all HMC patients’.
They also say that in a video circulated by the Ministry of Interior, an employer in agreement with a worker, may grant an annual or unpaid vacation to cover the period in which the later is unable to work.
Qatar Tribune headline – Ministry of Commerce and Industry set price limits for vegetables and fish.
That remote court trials are proceeding well.
And that the weather is expected to be cooler with rain likely.
The Peninsula say that Kahramaa are to install 60,000 smart meters by the year end.
And on twitter the Ministry of Interior have tweeted that 4 Qatari’s have been arrested following a video on social media showed them violating the directive on gatherings in public places.
And finally, Hamad Medical Corporation have tweeted that in the previous 24 hours there has been 251 new positive cases of COVID-19, 28 newly recovered and 1 additional death.
It’s Friday the 10th of April in Qatar. Here’s the QQ news brief.
The Peninsula reports that The Ministry of Public Health yesterday announced 166 new cases of COVID19, with 2,164 now under treatment. 28 recoveries brings a new total of 206 recovered to date. There were no new deaths.
Also in the Peninsula is an article headed ‘Work underway on plan to gradually open closed part of Industrial Area’
The Gulf Times write that The National Human Rights Committee have launched a new Hot Line
And they also have an article stating that ‘90% of Covid-19 cases in Qatar are mild’
Qatar Tribune lead with ‘Government will spare no effort to facilitate production of medical supplies’
And finally the Tribune reports that ‘Doha Municipality inspects 7,953 food establishments in 3 months’.