- Teachers and admin staff can apply for transfer from March 1st
- Kahramaa aims to extend district cooling services to individual villas
- Active cases of COVID-19 down by 55 to 9,862
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#Doha #Qatar #News in 60 Seconds – Wednesday 24th 2021 S1E288
It’s Wednesday 24th February
In today’s newspapers
Teachers and admin staff can apply for transfer from March the 1st
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has announced that teachers and admin staff can begin applying online to transfer from one school to another from March the 1st 2021.
Applications for transfer will be made available for teachers and admin staff on the ministry’s public services portal from March the 1st to March 31st. Paper based applications as well as applications submitted after this deadline will be disregarded.
Kahramaa aims to extend district cooling services to individual villas
Qatar Generally Electricity and Water Corporation or Kahramaa, represented by District Cooling Services Department, is conducting a feasibility study to help set up investment projects of district cooling plants, enabling individual villas and houses to benefit from the most efficient cooling system.
District cooling plants can cut 40% off electricity consumption and reduce maintenance costs.
The Met Office have issued a warning that thunderstorms are expected association with sudden strong winds.
Today’s weather will see generally moderate temperatures, and will be partly cloudy with a chance of scattered rain, maybe thundery at times.
Doha will see temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees. Elsewhere in Qatar it will be between 16 and 25 degrees.
Now today’s COVID update.
In the last 24-hour period, active cases of COVID-19 have decreased by 55, to 9,862.
There were 455 new cases shown here in red and 510 recoveries shown here in green. Please keep following COVID precautions because together we can beat this.
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