Mask exemption: Not mandatory except in hospitals and on public transport

Mask exemption: Not mandatory except in hospitals and on public transport
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Doha: Qatar offers discounts for masks. The mask will no longer be required in hospitals or on public transport starting Saturday. The mask will no longer be required in hospitals, public places, and public transport facilities like the Doha Metro or Karwa buses, starting on the 21st.

It is not required elsewhere. Employees who work in public areas and must keep in touch with customers during work hours should also wear masks. These announcements were made during a cabinet meeting presided over by Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid Bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani.

After reviewing the report by the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management regarding the current Covid situation in Pakistan, the new exemptions were announced. Saturday Closed public spaces will no longer be closed to entry. However, Ihteras’ green profile status will be checked. Public and private sector employees who have not been vaccinated are not required to undergo rapid antigen testing.
Except in hospitals or public transport, a face mask is not required. It is not recommended to wear the mask in public, but it is required for people who work in closed places that are in close contact with the public.

Continued restrictions

Continue to adhere to the Ministry of Public Health’s requirements at conferences, events, and exhibitions. Both employees in government and private sector should work in an office. When you leave the house, iteras should be activated on your mobile phone.

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