Since the beginning of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many exceptional measures have been taken globally with regard to travel procedures between countries. The State of Qatar has provided a flexible and practical solution to this procedure by ..
Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported 3,998 Covid-19 cases in Qatar on January 17, 2022. Cases Cases among community: 3,481 Cases among travelers: 517 Total number Covid-19 cases today: 3,998 Total number of active cases: 41,717 Recover..
Australia vowed on Friday to enforce its Covid-19 vaccine border rules "rigorously" as a decision loomed on the deportation of unvaccinated tennis superstar Novak Djokovic. Australia vowed on Friday to enforce its Covid-19 vaccine border..
AstraZeneca (AZN.L) said on Thursday that preliminary data from a trial showed that its COVID-19 shot, Vaxzevria, generated an increase in antibodies against the Omicron and other variants when given as a third booster dose. The increased response..
Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported 4,007 Covid-19 cases in Qatar on January 15, 2022. Cases Cases among community: 3,394 Cases among travelers: 613 Total number Covid-19 cases today: 4,007 Total number of active cases: 39,166 Total num..
The Qatar Vaccination Center for Business and Industry Sector in Bu Garn has administered more than 100,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses since opening on January 9, the Hamad Medical Corporation has said. The centre administers COVID-19 vaccines to key ..
Novak Djokovic could find out later on Sunday if he can defend his Australian Open title after the Chief Justice of the Federal Court said he hoped to release a decision later in the day on whether the tennis star, who has not been vaccinated against..
Get ready to learn more Greek letters. Scientists warn that omicron’s whirlwind advance practically ensures it won’t be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world. Every infection provides a chance for the virus to mutate, ..
Unvaccinated people infected with the Omicron variant of coronavirus may be less prone to severe illness and requiring hospital care or dying than was the case with previous variants, a South African study showed on Friday. The study, by the Natio..