Qatar softens anti COVID-19 constraints

To allow presence of 80% of civil servants at work places

  
People walk at souq Waqif, following the outbreak of coronavirus, in Doha, Qatar March 12,2020.

People walk at souq Waqif, following the outbreak of coronavirus, in Doha, Qatar March 12,2020.

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DOHA - Qatari Cabinet decided on Wednesday to allow citizens hold weddings at ceremonies' halls and hotels as off next Friday.
 
Dr. Issa Al-Nuaimi, the Minister of Justice, said in a press statement after a regular cabinet session that number of weddings' attendees must not exceed 40, provided that up to 75 percent of the revelers had been vaccinated against COVID-19.
 
The government also decided to allow presence of 80 percent of civil servants at work places while the rest of the personnel would pursue work online, with the exception of the military, security and health sectors.
 
Personnel who have not been vaccinated are obliged to take the rapid test (Antigen Rapid) once per week.
 
Mosques are to open for the daily prayers and the Friday prayers. Moreover, citizens are allowed to go to public parks, the beaches and the corniche, but gatherings must not comprise more than 10 individuals. (end) nnd.rk

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