Mask a must even if life returns to normal: Dr Al Maslamani Sep 16, 2020 0 1402 12345 It’s necessary to wear a face mask even after life has fully returned to normal to avoid a second wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19), a top health official has said.“There’s a need to take all preventive and precautionary measures even if life returns to normal completely,” Dr Muna Al Maslamani, Medical Director of the Communicable Diseases Center, told Al Kass TV. She was speaking to the channel after the Board of Trustees of the Qatar Football Association Award presented the Football for All Award for the 2019-2020 season to the Ministry of Public Health for their efforts to restore football activity. (TNN) RELATED ARTICLES Qatar rules out normalising Israel ties Sep 16, 2020 0 4988 Nidaa Miqdam Exercise concludes Sep 16, 2020 0 8851 Doha committed to Arab peace plan: Qatar’s envoy to US Sep 16, 2020 0 9036 Window between prayer call and Fajr and Asr prayers increased Tribune News Network Doha With the prayers in mosques returning to normal gradually, the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has increased the waiting time between the call to prayer and the Iqamah for Fajr and Asr .. ‘Continuation of unjust blockade encourages more violations’ The continuation of the unjust blockade imposed on Qatar by some countries in the region with no signs of solutions in sight would encourage more violations of different kinds and methods, Permanent Representative of .. Qatar-US 2021 Year of Culture to promote intercultural dialogue QNA Doha Qatar Museums (QM) on Tuesday announced that the US will be the official partner nation for the 2021 Year of Culture. A cooperative agreement was signed between Qatar and the US during the 2020 Qatar-United States .. Qatar, US to collaborate on research, cultural & educational exchanges Ailyn Agonia Doha Qatar and the US have announced landmark collaborations among its top institutions including a joint research mission on water detection between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration .. Israel, UAE and Bahrain sign US-brokered normalisation deals The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed agreements to normalise relations with Israel. US President Donald Trump on Tuesday hosted a White House ceremony capping a dramatic month when first the UAE and then ..