MoCI shuts 15 outlets for flouting COVID norms Feb 23, 2021 0 670 12345 The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has closed 15 stores and establishments for failing to comply with the precautionary and preventive measures to confront the COVID-19 pandemic and non-compliance with public and private requirements. The shops failed to comply with general and special requirements and so they were punished with closure until the situation is modified and fines are paid. The Ministry also urged all citizens and residents to report any violations or infractions related to registration and commercial licensing, or any violation of precautionary and preventive measures. (TNN) RELATED ARTICLES 14 schools to come up within 3rd package of Qatar Schools PPP devpt programme Feb 23, 2021 0 3696 Over 50K quarantine package refunds processed so far: QA Feb 23, 2021 0 1023 Amir meets Jordanian minister Feb 23, 2021 0 1136 Allow expats to change jobs only thrice, suggests Shura Council QNA Doha The number of times an expatriate is allowed to change the employer should not exceed three during the worker’s stay in the country in order to prove his seriousness at work, the Shura Council has recommended. The .. Qatar contributes to global efforts to fight COVID-19: Al Khater QNA Doha Qatar is contributing to international efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic by providing support to needy countries and concerned international organisations, Assistant Foreign Minister and .. Amir condoles with president of Tanzania QNA Doha His Highness the Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Monday sent a cable of condolences to President of the United Republic of Tanzania John Magufuli, on the death of First Vice President of .. Qatar, UAE hold first talks in Kuwait after Al-Ula statement QNA Kuwait Two official delegations from Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) held their first meeting in Kuwait on Monday after the Al-Ula summit statement to set mechanisms and procedures for the future phase. The ..