UAE Sends Medical Aid to Azerbaijan in Fight against COVID-19.

The UAE today sent an aid plane carrying 11 metric tons of medical supplies to Azerbaijan to bolster the country’s efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. This aid will assist approximately 11,000 medical professionals as they work to contain the virus. Commenting on the aid delivery, H.E. Mohammed Ahmed Hamel Al Qubaisi, UAE Ambassador to Azerbaijan, said: “Relations between the UAE and Azerbaijan are progressing significantly in many areas. This is supported by the…

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WHO Chief congratulates HRH Premier on Bahraini Doctor’s Day

Manama, World Health Organisation (WHO)  director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus congratulated His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa on designating the Bahraini Doctor’s Day, on the first Wednesday of the month of November, and the launch of a prize named after HRH the Premier to honour outstanding Bahraini practitioners in the medical therapeutic and research fields. Dr. Ghebreyesus welcomed the step which, he said, reflects honour and recognition of the health professionals and their strenuous efforts…

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Qatar Charity, Sudanese Working in Qatar Send 7-Ton of Medical Aid to Khartoum

A 7-ton shipment of medical aid, provided by the Qatar Charity and professional associations for Sudanese working in the State of Qatar, with a total value of QR2 million, arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. The shipment was received by HE Sudan’s Minister of Health Dr. Akram Ali Altom, Acting Charge d’Affairs to the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Sudan Talal Farhan Al Anzi, and several officials of the supreme committee for health…

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Qatar Participates in Third Extraordinary Meeting of GCC Health Ministers’ Committee

​The State of Qatar participated on Wednesday in the third extraordinary meeting of the GCC health ministers’ committee held via video conferencing to discuss the latest updates regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). ​​The State of Qatar was represented during the meeting by HE Minister of Public Health Dr. Hanan Mohammed Al Kuwari. The meeting discussed a number of key topics, most notably the countries’ plans to return after the COVID-19 crisis, and a proposal to adopt…

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MOPH Announces 1,097 Confirmed New Cases of (Covid-19), With 1,711 People Recovered From the Disease in the Last 24 Hours, Bringing the Total Number of People Recovered in Qatar to 62,172 and Two Deaths

​The Ministry states that in the last 24 hours, 9 new cases have been admitted to intensive care due to health complications related to the virus, bringing the total number of cases currently in intensive care to 240. ​The Ministry explains that the new cases had the virus transmitted to them from people who had been previously infected, as the Ministry of Public Health continues to conduct investigative and proactive testing, which contributes to early…

"MOPH Announces 1,097 Confirmed New Cases of (Covid-19), With 1,711 People Recovered From the Disease in the Last 24 Hours, Bringing the Total Number of People Recovered in Qatar to 62,172 and Two Deaths"

MOPH and its Partners Intensify Awareness on the Best Practices for a Safe Return to Activities

Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), Hamad medical Corporation (HMC), and the Primary Healthcare Corporation (PHCC) intensify an awareness campaign on COVID-19 preventive measures, along with the implementation of the first stage of lifting Covid-19 pandemic restrictions that started last Monday. The MOPH and its partners are conducting awareness activities- under the slogan (You have the right)- to ensure the right of citizens and residents that all entities and individuals should be implementing proper preventive measures…

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