- No COVID-19 second wave in Qatar says Doctor Abdullatif Al Khal
- Dr. Khaled bin Mohammed Al Attiyah, Inaugurates training ship Al Doha QTS91
- Office for non-Qatari real estate ownership opens
No COVID-19 second wave in Qatar says Doctor Abdullatif Al Khal
And he went on to say “In the past week we notice a slight decrease of about 15% compared to the previous week. We can describe the situation at this point as being steady or stable, and we are not witnessing a second wave like many other countries.”
Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs – Doctor Khaled bin Mohammed Al Attiyah accompanied by Turkey’s Minister of National Defence. Inaugurated the training ship Al Doha QTS91 at Anadolu Shipyard in Istanbul yesterday.
The QTS91 ship is one of the largest training ships in the world, and it will contribute to enhancing the training capabilities of the Qatari Navy in general.
Office for non-Qatari real estate ownership opens
The Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Interior yesterday launched an office for non-Qatari real estate ownership in the Pearl. To provide real estate ownership and utilisation services through a single window for investors.
Active cases of COVID-19 are now 2,849. 6 cases less than yesterday.
4.27% of those tested, tested positive.
And there’s a new all-time daily high of 22 cases that were returning travelers, who are now in quarantine.