Sunday, March 24, 2019

Health

Expat Life in GCC, Accident rates and fatalities, Qualification of Employees in Job Sector in GCC, Healthy Lifestyle, Climate Updates and Implementation of Road Safety Measures.

Bahrain: Fatal Traffic Accidents Drop By 50%

The number of fatal traffic accidents in the Kingdom has reduced by 50% in the past five years, said the Director-General of Traffic, Brigadier...

Fourth Edition Of Bahrain Food Festival Launched

Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) launched the fourth edition of ‘Bahrain Food Festival’ at ‘The Park’ in The Avenues on February 28.Held under...

Bahrain Ranked The Healthiest Country In Arab Region

The Kingdom of Bahrain has been ranked first in the Arab region as the healthiest country. The Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index has also ranked...

Abu Dhabi Crane Collapse Leaves One Dead And Three Injured

An Asian worker died and three others were injured when a crane collapsed in a construction area in Abu Dhabi's Al Raha beach.One person...

Sandstorm Envelops Riyadh With High Wind Speeds

A sandstorm hit Riyadh yesterday, enveloping the city in heavy dust clouds that hampered visibility, affected temperatures and caused substantial traffic delays.Though not infrequent...

Bahrain: Cleaning Company Worker Arrested For Running Illegal Clinic

A 28-year old expat, a cleaning company worker, was arrested for running a medical clinic at one of the apartments in Manama, the Interior...

Saudi: 21 New MERS Cases Detected In One Week

The Health Ministry has announced that 21 new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) were detected in the Kingdom in a week.According...

Gulf Countries Will Start Working At Night By 2040

Climate scientists have predicted that people in Gulf states will work at night in the summer of 2040 because temperatures will rise up to...

Saudi: 24 New MERS Cases Detected In Last 7 Days

The Health Ministry announced the appearance of 24 new cases of the Middle East Deficiency Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the Kingdom within the last...

Saudi: Around 47 Killed, 291 Crippled In Workplace Accidents

At least 47 people working in the private sector have died and 291 others have become crippled as a result of workplace accidents in...
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