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Friday, August 7, 2020

Covid-19: Precautionary Closure At Salmaniya Medical Hospital

The Ministry of Health has closed one of the treatment units at Salmaniya Medical Hospital as a precaution after studying the laboratory examination results of...

Saudi: More than 800 food venues shut down

Jeddah municipality has closed 879 food establishments and confiscated 16 ton of expired and rotten food as part of a campaign entitled “your food...

Kuwait: E-Sick Leave Activated in All Hospitals

The Ministry of Health has activated electronic sick leave system in all health areas, hospitals and specialized health centres. Directors of all health districts...

Bahrain: Guide to Visiting the Dentist during Pandemic

In the past months, dental clinics were only allowed to help with emergency dental issues. However, this limitation has been removed as long as...

Saudi: Vehicles collide due to sandstorm; 3 killed, 18 injured

Three people were killed and 18 others injured after several vehicles collided on a road in Madinah, a rescue official has said.The accident took...

Jail Term for Fake News About Coronavirus

Some social media accounts in Kuwait for the past two days have been spreading fake news on Coronavirus thinking it is normal and will...

Coronavirus: Every 8th Infected Person in Spain is a Healthcare Worker

The coronavirus pandemic has hit doctors, nurses and paramedics particularly hard in Spain, with figures showing they make up one in eight of the...

Gulf Insider meets Mr. Ahmed Abdulhameed Alawadhi, Founder of Doctori Online...

Tell us about the factors contributing to your achievement in the 4th Edition of Bahrain Award for entrepreneurship.To be honest, the competition was tough....

Dubai Confiscates Fire “Safety” Products Worth 2.5 Million

Dubai Police General HQ has confiscated as many as 2,55,600 thousand of counterfeit fire prevention products, worth Dh2.5 million. The Department of Combating Economic...

Raped and tortured in a Dubai prison

Scotland Yard is investigating claims by an ex-football boss that he was raped and tortured in a United Arab Emirates jail after the authorities...

Saudi: Sharp Spike In Coronavirus Cases, Total 511

Saudi Arabia reported a sharp increase in the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the total number of infections in the Kingdom to 511.Spokesman for...

COVID-19: Is UK’s Negligence to be Blamed for the Spike in...

Labour MP Rachael Maskell has become the latest politician to go into self-isolation in the UK. Previously, Nadine Dorries, the Health Minister and MP for Mid...

Coronavirus: Oman Registers 15 New Cases Today

Oman has registered 15 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. There are now 99 total cases in the country and 17 patients with COVID-19 have recovered...

Bahrain: Food wastage increases to 600 tonnes per day

When the world is fighting malnutrition and poverty, a lot of food is ending up in trash cans here at a time. The volume of...

Abu Dhabi begins stage 3 clinical trial of COVID-19 vaccine

Abu Dhabi began phase three of clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the emirate’s government media office said.

Healthcare in Bahrain – Mariam Adhbi Al-Jalahma, CEO of NHRA

What are the new digital trends being adopted in healthcare? We have several projects related to digitization in the health system. The application - Doctori...

GCC – Scandal of abuse of foreign domestic workers by their...

THOUSANDS of women from all over the world continue to be lured to the Middle East with the promise of steady jobs only to...

Saudi: Dusty weather brings 1,368 emergency cases

Authorities in Saudi Arabia have issued alerts and warnings regarding the adverse weather conditions that are expected to prevail in some areas of the...

Flights to China Cancelled; Wuhan Sealed Off

China banned trains and planes from leaving the city of Wuhan at the centre of a virus outbreak on Thursday, seeking to seal off...

Coronavirus: Eye Pain May be a Symptom, Data Scientist Reveals

A data scientist has claimed that Google search results from around the world could be key to determining undiscovered coronavirus symptoms as well as locating emerging outbreaks. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explained...
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