Qatar News in 60 Seconds 25/05/21 S02E37
- Labour ministry launches first phase of unified complaints online platform
- Students missing exams due to vaccination appointment to get second chance
- No relation between black fungus and COVID-19
- Active cases of COVID-19 down by 58 to 3,899
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It’s Tuesday 25th May
In today’s newspapers
Labour ministry launches first phase of unified complaints online platform
The Ministry of Administrative Development Labour and Social Affairs has launched the first phase of the unified platform for complaints and reports, which is suitable for all modern browsers used on computers, tablets and smartphone’s. The new platform aims to enable community members including workers in the private sector as well as domestic workers to submit complaints online. The system also provides a reporting service that enables all citizens and residents of the country to report public violations of the Labour law through the platform.
Students missing exams due to vaccination appointment to get second chance
Giving the utmost importance to the national campaign for COVID-19 vaccination, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has coordinated with the Ministry of Public Health to avoid overlapping of dates of school exams with vaccine appointments for students. “if the dates clash the students will be given a chance to appear in the second round of examinations,” said advisor to the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Mohammed Al Bashri.
No relation between black fungus and COVID-19 says an official
The medical director of Hamad General Hospital doctor Yousef Al Maslamani has confirmed that there is no relationship between black fungus disease and infection with the coronavirus. He explained that the black fungus is widespread throughout the world, and is associated with weak immunity. “the fungi are present all over the world not only India, and sometimes they are in soil, farms or on rotten food. Not every virus, fungus or bacteria causes symptoms, depending on the persons immunity. Fungi are parasitic organisms looking for a person with weak immunity, who take immunity drugs or have diabetes. The black fungus is linked to weak immunity, and is not related to Corona infection, and the coronavirus has nothing to do with this fungus,” doctor Al Maslamani told Qatar TV.
Qatar’s weather Today
Doha will see temperatures between 31 and 43 degrees. Elsewhere in the country it will be between 26 and 46 degrees.
Now today’s COVID update.
In the last 24-hour period, there have been 299 new cases of COVID-19 and 354 recoveries. Unfortunately, there were also 3 Covid related deaths. Which means for the 31st day running there has been a reduction in active cases, today dropping by 58 giving us a new current total of 3,899 active cases.
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