The Youth and Sport Affairs Ministry has already made arrangements in an open area opposite the Bahrain National Stadium for entry and exit points and lighting.
Registration conditions include a BD126 fee covering five per cent VAT, space rental, sales points and electricity, in addition to a BD100 guarantee deposit.
Working hours are from 4pm to 10pm Sunday to Wednesday and from 4pm until midnight Thursday to Saturday.
Other proposals approved yesterday include:
l Providing infrastructure facilities for Hamad Town;
l Stopping plans to turn a government plot into a club instead of a school;
l Allowing students born between October and December 2013 to go to grade two rather than start from grade one after passing tests due to their age difference;
l Coming up with a government study to possibly repay outstanding loans for Bahrainis in need or in difficult financial situation;
l Allocating plots in Salman Town for phone masts due to weak signals;
l Establishing a national student protection platform;
l Treating intern doctors, who are educated through government financing, on par with others who have studied at their own expense whenever receiving training at the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC);
l Rescheduling MRIs at SMC to clear waiting lists and studying the possibility of having tests at health centres;
l Opening social centres to provide training courses for parents on how to deal with online learning;
l Exempting people with disabilities working in the government from in-person attendance and working remotely;
l Involving charitable societies and volunteers in distributing the 10,000 laptops to students in need;
l Compensating pilgrimage tour offices for the extensive losses they suffered due to Covid-19 restrictions; and
l Allowing more indoor seating in restaurants and cafés, while adhering to Covid-19 health and safety precautions.
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