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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Bahrain: Sufficient Food Stock for the Next 6 Months!

Al Zayani, Minister of Industry & Commerce, urged people not to spread rumors while guaranteeing that Bahrain has sufficient food stock for the next...

Bahrain: Second Coronavirus Death & One New Case

Bahrain has recorded its second death from coronavirus. One new case has also been added to the figures, bringing it to a total of...

Second Group of Bahrainis Repatriated from Iran

The second group of Bahraini citizens returning from Iran via the International Covid-19 Repatriation Programme (ICRP) have arrived in Bahrain, the Ministry of Health announced.All...

Bahrain: Guidelines for Self-Isolating Individuals

The guidelines for those self-isolating was reiterated by Col. Manaf Al Qahtani, member of the National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19).The protective steps...

Saudi UN Envoy Highlights Need To Abandon Nuclear Weapons

The Saudi ambassador to the UN, Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, has stressed the importance of efforts to eliminate nuclear weapons.The international community needs to adopt existing...
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Bahrain: Health Ministry Receives Canadian Accreditation

Bahrain’s Health Ministry has been granted the ‘Accreditation-Diamond’ status by for its distinction in the primary health care services, thus adding a new milestone...

Expert Opinion – One Coronavirus Patient Could Infect Up to 59,000...

An intensive care specialist has described how one person with coronavirus could infect up to 59,000 others - as the virus is more than twice as...

Government mulls strict action against spitting in public

The government is planning to take stern measures against those who spit in public, it was announced yesterday. “A law to punish the people who...

Saudi: Private sector to run 25 government schools

Saudi Arabian authorities on Tuesday ordered the handover of 25 state-run schools to be run by private sector companies as part of economic reforms...

New Classroom Technologies To Change The Face Of Education

When technology is integrated into lessons, students are expected to be more interested in the subjects they are studying. Technology provides different opportunities to...

Oman Blacklists Nearly 40 Universities Worldwide

Oman’s Ministry of Higher Education has put 39 names on a blacklist of fake universities in an attempt to stop students from mistakenly applying...

Online Services for School and University Graduates

School and university graduates are invited to finalize their graduation requirements through a bundle of eServices offered via the National Portal, bahrain.bh.

Nuclear Techniques Help Diagnose Camel Disease in the Middle East

Video: S. Slavchev/IAEAAn emerging disease affecting camels and people is threatening the Middle East and its neighbours. Last month, the IAEA in partnership with...

UAE: medicines and injections recalled for safety reasons

The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has withdrawn a medical device and one batch of pharmaceutical products. The Ministry issued a circular 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...

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...

Oman Plans Mandatory Health Insurance Next Year

Oman is reportedly planning to implement a mandatory health insurance scheme from next year.Local media reported that the scheme is likely to be introduced...

Dubai: Nearly 150 Traffic Accidents In 4 Hours Due To Rain

Around 147 traffic accidents took place today morning in Dubai following the heavy downpour across the country that led to waterlogged streets and threw...

Oman Witnesses Temperatures As Low As One Degree Celsius

As temperatures continue to drop across Oman, parts of the country witnessed temperatures as low as one degree Celsius, Oman’s National Multi-Hazard Early Warning...

Use Of Antibiotics In UAE Almost Reduced To Half

The use of antibiotics has been reduced by 43% in the UAE as health authorities banned pharmacies from handing over antibiotics without a prescription.Antibacterial resistance...
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