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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Philippines: Duterte Orders Govt Units to Accept Returning OFWs

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday warned Local Government Units (LGUs) that they would face sanctions if they failed to accept Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)...

Coronavirus: Rome Colosseum to Reopen on Monday

The Colosseum will start receiving visitors again after three months of shutdown during COVID-19 containment measures, said an AP report.To lower the risk of...

Coronavirus: WHO Says the Americas are New Epicenter of Pandemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) considers the Americas the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, and now is not the time for countries to...

Bahrain: Here is the List of Prohibited Salon Treatments

The Ministry of Health announced the measures to be observed by salons, barbershops and beauty parlours to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).According to...

Bahrain: MOH Announces Guidelines for Salons, Barbershops

The Ministry of Health announced the measures to be observed by salons, barbershops and beauty parlours to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).https://www.instagram.com/p/CAqhlJBA58M/According to...

Saudi Arabia sets guidelines for reopening of mosques

Following the announcement of easing of lockdown measures, which includes reopening of all mosques for daily congressional as well as Friday prayers across the Kingdom except...

Saudi Arabia extends tourist visas for 3 months for free

Tourist visas that expired during the suspension of international flights due to the outbreak coronavirus pandemic will be extended automatically free of charge for...

Saudi Arabia to resume domestic flights next week

Saudi Arabia will gradually resume domestic flights, beginning on Sunday (May 31) as it eases coronavirus lockdown measures, according to a statement from the...

Even mild case of virus may confer some immunity – Study

Even people with minor illnesses from the coronavirus can develop antibodies that could leave them immunised for several weeks or more, according to an...

Bahrain launches Online Support for Corona Affected Families

A new online service allowing people affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to register through national platform Bahrain.bh has been launched.The Royal Humanitarian Foundation...
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