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Saturday, August 15, 2020

Saudi: All Flights, Private Sector Offices Indefinitely Suspended

Saudi Arabia has extended the suspension of all domestic and international flights and workplace attendance until further notice. The Kingdom’s interior ministry said it would...

Coronavirus: British PM Boris Johnson Tests Positive

The Prime Minister of the UK confirmed he had developed mild symptoms over the last 24 hours and tested positive for coronavirus.He announced the...

Coronavirus: Spain Records Record Single-Day Death Toll

Spain’s health ministry has just given out the latest figures, which show a new record single-day death toll.There have been 769 deaths in the...

Coronavirus: Bahrain Reports 8 New Cases, 17 Recoveries

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are 235 active cases in Bahrain, including 8 new cases today.This information is based on active...

UAE: Up to AED 50,000 Fine for Violating Regulations

UAE residents found violating preventive measures and government instructions to contain the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will receive stiff fines of up to AED 50,000,...

Coronavirus: Stores Across Bahrain Temporarily Closed

Commercial stores across the Kingdom closed up shop at or before 7 pm last night in compliance with government directives to help combat the...

Bahrain: 30% of Latest Iran Returnees In Treatment for Coronavirus

Thirty per cent of the 63 Bahraini citizens who were evacuated from the Islamic Republic of Iran on a chartered flight that arrived Wednesday...

Bahrain: Central Market Disinfected In Line With Preventive Measures

"Amanat Al Asimah" has sterilized and disinfected the vegetable and fruit section of the central market within the implementation of an integrated plan of...

Coronavirus: Bahrainis Abroad to be Evacuated

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced yesterday that it is coordinating with the Ministry of Health and diplomatic missions abroad to evacuate Bahraini citizens...

Qatar: Closure of All Non-Essentials Starting Today

Qatar will close all non-vital businesses starting today as part of the country’s efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to a...

Coronavirus: America Now Has Most Number of Cases in the World

America now has the maximum number of coronavirus cases at 85, 594. With this, it has surpassed China, which has a total of 81,340 cases.However,...

Bahrain: 3 Years Jail, Fine for Violating Gathering-Ban

An order has been issued banning gathering in public places.The move which is part of the precautionary measures to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Coronavirus: Dubai Launches Website for Permits To Leave Home

Residents of Dubai can apply via a new website for permits that would allow them to move outdoors for essential work or necessary purposes...

Bahrain: 38 New Cases of Coronavirus, Total at 249

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that currently there are 249 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Bahrain.This information is based on active cases in the webpage that...

Coronavirus: Half of Carriers Show No Symptoms, Says Iceland

As the coronavirus pandemic surges worldwide, each piece of data counts in the fight against the deadly pathogen.Scientists are calling for urgent studies to...

Coronavirus: Kuwait Records 13 New cases , Total Now at 208

The new cases include two Kuwaiti nationals who travelled to Saudi Arabia, two Kuwaiti nationals who travelled to Egypt, and one Kuwait national who...

First Batch of Omani Students Arrived

The first batch of Omani students who are studying abroad returned to the country on Thursday and they will be subjected to medical examination,...

UK: Coronavirus Home-testing To Be Made Available to Millions

Millions of 15-minute home coronavirus tests are set to be available on the high street or for Amazon delivery to people self-isolating, according to Public...

UAE: Banks To Replenish ATMs With New Banknotes, Disposable Gloves

The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) has directed banks to replenish ATMs with new banknotes of all denominations and to ensure the availability...

GCC Countries Crack Down on Curfew Violators

With most of the GCC countries having imposed some kind of a curfew or lockdown, authorities are not taking violations lightly.In Bahrain, there have...
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