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Monday, April 6, 2020

Coronavirus in Bahrain: 431 Cases Have Recovered

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are 265 active cases in Bahrain.This information is based on active cases in the webpage that was developed...

Coronavirus: Bahrain Announces Youngest Recovery Case

"The youngest COVID-19 recovery case in Bahrain is an 8-year-old Bahraini baby girl,” this was announced by the Ministry of Health through its  official...

Coronavirus in UAE: Dubai Police Cancels Violations Recorded

Following the launch of a new movement permit for Dubai, Dubai Media Office announced that police would remove all violations of the newly announced...

Coronavirus: Bahrain Complies with Stay-At-Home Orders, Says Google Report

Bahrain’s measures to prevent the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection is progressing on a healthy path with citizens and residents here responding positively to the...

Bahrain: Governor Distributes Food to Workers Affected by Coronavirus

The Governor of the Capital Governorate, announced that the governorate has adopted a campaign to distribute food meals to the expat workers living in...

Kuwait: All Employees to Receive Full Salary for the Month of...

Citizens and expatriates will receive their full salaries in April without any loan deduction or other consumer installments. The April salaries will be paid...

Coronavirus: UAE Cancels Fines for Expired Residency Visa Holders

The UAE Cabinet on Sunday approved a decision exempting holders of expired residency visas from fines until the end of the year.The remote cabinet...

Saudi: Coronavirus Cases Rise to 2,385; Death Toll Reaches 34

The confirmed cases of coronavirus in Saudi Arabia reached to 2,385 in the last 24 hours as the death toll rose to 34, the...

Watch: Saudi’s Hopeful Video Message to its Public

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Justice reached out to the public with a message of hope and a better tomorrow as governments around the world...

UAE: Dubai Residents to Get Free Bus Rides; 50% Discount on...

Public bus services in Dubai will be free and the emirate’s taxis will offer a 50 percent discount for people permitted to leave their...
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