COVID-19 recoveries jump by 1,614 to reach 93,898 Jul 07, 2020 0 606 12345 As many as 1,614 people recovered from coronavirus (COVID-19) on Monday, bringing the total number of recoveries in Qatar to 93,898.In the last 24 hours, 546 more people tested positive for COVID-19, the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said in its daily report. Sadly, five people – aged 59, 64, 67, 80 and 88 – succumbed to the virus, taking the death toll in the country to 133. “All new cases have been introduced to isolation and are receiving necessary healthcare according to their health status,” the MoPH said. (TNN) RELATED ARTICLES Arab-Chinese cooperation based on common interests, long history: FM Jul 07, 2020 0 5516 Al Rayyan Stadium achieves health and safety milestone Jul 07, 2020 0 5868 Somalia thanks Qatar for funding ministry building reconstruction Jul 07, 2020 0 5584 Daman programme to support local farmers to start in October Satyendra Pathak Doha The guarantee (Daman) programme to support local farmers will start in October this year and continue till the end of June next year, a senior official of the Ministry of Municipality and .. Amir, DRC president review ties His Highness The Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Monday held a telephone conversation with President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi. They discussed bilateral relations and .. MoPH accredits 4 COVID-19 testing centres in Turkey QNA Doha Within the framework of the continuous efforts to maintain public health and enhance services provided to citizens abroad to combat coronavirus (COVID-19), the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has approved .. Stepping up efforts to set up UN counter-terrorism office in Qatar: Shura Council QNA Doha The Shura Council and United Nations have intensified efforts to establish the UN office on parliamentary engagement for preventing and countering terrorism in Qatar. This came as the Shura Council held the .. ‘Qatar takes slew of measures to address impact of COVID-19’ Qatar has put in place several measures to address the COVID-19’s social and economic impacts, especially on expatriate workers. Deputy Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations HE Abdullah Hamad Al ..