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