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Monday, May 25, 2020

Bahrain: 59-year old male expat dies of coronavirus

The Ministry of Health announces the death of a 59-year-old male expatriate, a registered active case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) suffering from underlying and chronic health...

Bahrain: Plasma Treatment Results to be Announced Soon

Bahrain has initiated plasma treatment which involves taking antibody-rich plasma from recovered coronavirus patients and injecting it into people who have severe cases of...

Bahrain: ‘Curfews Not Required’ Says Health Ministry

The National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) held a press conference at the Crown Prince Centre for Training and Medical Research at the...

Bahrain: More than 50% of total cases recovered

The Ministry of Health announces the recovery of 366 additional cases, bringing the total number of recovering cases to 4462, which is more than...

Bahrain: Total cases reach 8,774 with 360 new cases

The Ministry of Health announces 366 coronavirus recoveries and 360 new active cases today.Among the 360 new cases reported today, 220 are expatriate workers and 140...
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Bahrain: HM King Pardons 154 Jail Inmates

His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued a royal decree pardoning and releasing 154 inmates, who have served part of their jail...

Bahrain to Launch a Drive-In Cinema in June

The Bahrain Cinema Company plans to run the first experience of the drive-in cinema at the end of June. This was announced by the...

Bahrain Announces 76 Additional Coronavirus Cases

The Ministry of Health announces 92 coronavirus recoveries and 76 new active cases today.Among the 76 new cases reported today, 45 are expatriate workers, 30 are...

Bahrain: Last Notice Given to Owners of 150 ‘Scrap’ Vehicles

A total of 150 last notices were distributed to owners of scrap vehicles in the Southern Municipality. This announcement was made in an official circular...

COVID-19: Bahrain reports 164 new cases and 131 recoveries

The Ministry of Health announces 131 coronavirus recoveries and 164 new active cases today.Among the 164 new cases reported today, 94 are expatriate workers, 56 are...
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