Qatar provides medical assistance to Kyrgyzstan to help tackle COVID-19 Aug 04, 2020 0 9519 12345 Qatar has given medical aid to the Kyrgyz Republic in support of its efforts to contain the coronavirus (COVID-19). The Qatari medical aid shipment, which was provided by Qatar Charity, included ventilators. The shipment was received by the Deputy Health Minister as a representative of the Foreign Ministry of Kyrgyzstan, and Qatar’s Acting Charge d’Affaires to Kyrgyzstan Jassim Saleh Al Jaber.The Kyrgyz minister thanked Qatar for providing medical aid including 420 oxygen delivery devices that will help save the lives of COVID-19 patients. For his part, the Acting Charge d’Affaires said the initiative aims to support the Kyrgyz Republic to face the coronavirus pandemic and enhance bilateral ties. (QNA) RELATED ARTICLES Qatar condemns Afghanistan prison attack Aug 04, 2020 0 8258 Schools set for 3-phase reopening in Sept Aug 04, 2020 0 8970 Exciting summer packages on offer Aug 04, 2020 0 4631 COVID-19 recoveries jump by 223 to reach 108,002: MoPH Tribune News Network Doha Qatar on Monday reported 215 COVID-19 cases, the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said in its daily report. Also, 223 people recovered from the virus in the past 24 hours, bringing the total .. Eid Al Adha celebrations at Katara come to an end With innovative activities in line with the country’s precautionary measures to limit the spread coronavirus (COVID-19), the Cultural Village Foundation (Katara) concluded its Eid Al Adha celebrations on Monday. .. Almoez Ali is eligible to play for Qatar, rules CAS Qatar forward Almoez Ali, top scorer in last year’s Asian Cup with a record nine goals, is eligible to play for them, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruled on Monday as it dismissed an appeal by the United Arab .. Qatar deplores Mogadishu blast QNA Doha Qatar has expressed its strong condemnation and denunciation of the explosion that occurred in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, and left two people killed and one wounded. In a statement on Monday, the Ministry of ..