Qatar to reopen visa centres in three countries this month: MoI Dec 09, 2020 0 1346 12345 QNA/TNNDohaThe Ministry of Interior (MoI) has announced that Qatar Visa Centres abroad will gradually resume work in Nepal, Pakistan and the Philippines.In a statement, the MoI said that receiving and providing services through Qatar Visa Centres abroad will be gradually resumed, in implementation of the project to capture fingerprints and vital data, conduct medical examinations and sign work contracts outside the country.The ministry further indicated that the work will begin in the city of Kathmandu’s center in Nepal as of December 10 where the process of booking appointments electronically began last Thursday. The Islamabad centre in Pakistan will resume work on December 14 where the process of booking appointments electronically began on Monday. And in the city of Manila, the Philippines, the work will begin on December 15 where the process of booking appointments electronically began on Tuesday.Qatar Visa Centres abroad aim to facilitate and simplify recruitment procedures in general, protect the rights of expatriates, ensure their safety and facilitate all procedures for their entry into the country, as well as inspect and document the process of their employment and accelerate their initiation of work in simplified, smooth and effective procedures.Last month, the ministry said the QVCs in India would reopen on December 3.Qatar has seven visa centres in India — in the cities of New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kochi. They will facilitate and simplify the recruitment and work visa procedures for Indian expatriates travelling to Qatar for work before their arrival in Qatar. RELATED ARTICLES Think Pink: QA employees raise over QR145,000 for Qatar Cancer Society Dec 09, 2020 0 1819 Amir condoles with Amir of Kuwait Dec 09, 2020 0 874 Qatar Airways to launch flights to Seattle from March 15 Dec 09, 2020 0 972 Grandmother, 90, becomes first person to get COVID-19 vaccine Nurses cheered on Tuesday as a 90-year-old grandmother in Britain became the first person in the Western world to receive an approved vaccine against COVID-19. Margaret Keenan, who turns 91 next week, called the jab she .. Qatar to join European qualifying for 2022 FIFA World Cup The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has invited Qatar’s National Team to participate in FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying campaign. The Asian champions will join Group A, alongside UEFA Euro 2016 .. Amir, Indian PM discuss ways to promote ties QNA Doha His Highness the Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Tuesday held a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on bilateral relations and the means to enhance them in all .. COVID-19 recoveries reach 137,708 Qatar on Tuesday reported 117 coronavirus (COVID-19) cases — 106 from community and 11 from travellers returning from abroad, the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said in its daily report. Also, 214 people recovered .. Action against 83 for not wearing masks The designated authorities on Tuesday referred 83 people to the Public Prosecution for not wearing masks in places where they are mandatory. They also referred 35 others to the Public Prosecution for violating the rule ..