- Qatar Central Bank issues new dictates’ on bounced cheques
- IPA Qatar and UBS sign an MoU for a financial services hub in Qatar
- Students attend classes following a rotational system
- Active cases of COVID-19 are down by 37 to 2,704
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It’s Monday 2nd November, this is the news in 60 seconds
In today’s newspapers
Qatar Central Bank issues new dictates’ on bounced cheques.
If an individual or business writes a cheque that cannot be honoured due to insufficient funds, then that individual or business will be added to a Central Bank list that holds the details of those who have bounced cheques.
When a customer requests a new cheque book, banks must refer to this list and can only issue a new chequebook if the customer is not on the list.
IPA Qatar and UBS sign an MoU for a financial services hub in Qatar.
Students attend classes following a rotational system
The new system has abolished the choice between in person attendance and distance learning.
Ministry teams to conduct inspections of schools on a daily basis.
The maximum number students allowed in a class is 15. And they must maintain social distancing, and wear face masks.
Active cases of COVID-19 are down by 37 to 2,704 and that’s a new all time low.
29 of those are travellers coming into the country and testing positive. And they are now in quarantine.
In total 6,435 COVID-19 tests were performed. And just 2.55% of those tested positive.