It’s Monday 28th September, this is the news in 60 seconds
In today’s newspapers
Siege countries planned to invade Qatar before imposing blockade says Doctor Khaled Bin Mohammed Al Attiyah.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Speaking yesterday on Al Jazeera’s programme ‘Distance Zero’, Said the blockading countries prepared a plan to invade Qatar, before imposing the blockade.
Qatar Airways group’s revenues increased to 51.1 billion Qatari riyal’s in fiscal 2020.
The national airline invested 16.8 billion riyals in fleet and other assets. And had a cash balance of 7.3 billion riyals.
Qatar Airways carried 32.4 million passengers in the period 2019/2020 an increase of 9.8% over last year.
The Ministry of Public Health blacklists 23 health professionals for forgery.
17 doctors, two nurses and four allied healthcare workers, have been blacklisted and had their details circulated across GCC countries, for furnishing forged certificates.
October 1st sees the reopening of The National Museum of Qatar’s permanent gallery’s. And the unveiling of a landmark exhibition, Splendours of the Ancient East, antiques from the Al Sabah Collection, in its temporary exhibition Gallery.
4,300 abandoned vehicles removed over the last three months. And inspectors have marked a further 900 abandoned vehicles in the Al Wakra municipality, that will also be removed if the owners don’t move them first. All abandoned vehicles have been marked, and will we be removed without delay.
Active cases of COVID-19 are now 2,875. Continuing to stay just below 3,000 where its been for the last month.
4.77% of those being tested, are testing positive.
19 cases in the last 24-hour period were returning travelers, that are now in quarantine.
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That’s all for today. Take care, and I’ll see ya tomorrow.
Qatar News in 60 Seconds – Monday 28th September
#Doha #Qatar #News in 60 Seconds – Monday 28th September 2020 S1E168
In today’s newspapers, read by Brian Candy
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Sources @MOPHQatar @PeninsulaQatar @GulfTimes_Qatar @Qatar_Tribune