Sheikha Moza opens QF’s Equine Veterinary Medical Center Mar 08, 2020 0 784 12345 Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation, officially opened Al Shaqab’s Equine Veterinary Medical Center on Saturday. The world-class equine healthcare and research facility is the first of its kind in the Middle East, offering specialised medical services as well as research programmes to promote veterinary sciences. During a tour of the Education City-based centre — a member of Qatar Foundation — to mark its opening, Sheikha Moza was given an insight into its services, technologies, and equine healthcare practices, while also meeting members of its team. (HHOPL/AR Al Baker) page 2 RELATED ARTICLES Doha Oasis experiential theme park to open soon Mar 08, 2020 0 8602 One more tests positive for virus in Qatar, total cases reach 12 Mar 08, 2020 0 997 Many firms in pipeline for QSE listing: Official Mar 08, 2020 0 410 No need to panic over COVID-19, says MoPH CATHERINE W GICHUKI DOHA More than 3, 000 people have been tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) so far in Qatar and only 12 of them tested positive for the virus, Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) officials said at a press .. NMoQ wins two LCD Berlin Awards The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) has become the only cultural destination in the world to have won two prestigious LCD Berlin Awards: the New Culture Destinations of the Year award in the ‘Middle East and Africa’ .. 70 trapped as quarantine hotel in China collapses Around 70 people were trapped after the collapse of a hotel used as a coronavirus quarantine facility in eastern China on Saturday, officials said. At least 38 people have so far been rescued from the rubble of the 80-room .. Quarantine facilities offering best care: Officials CATHERINE W GICHUKI Doha The quarantine facilities in Qatar are of world-class and the patients are being offered excellent services, according to health officials. Sheikh Dr Mohammed bin Hamad al Thani, Director of .. Saudi Arabia detains king’s brother, nephew in crackdown: Reports Saudi Arabia has detained two senior members of the royal family — Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, the younger brother of King Salman, and Mohammed bin Nayef, the king’s nephew — according to reports citing sources with ..