The Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced the details of the second stage of the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed on malls, shopping centers, street markets, and restaurants, which goes into effect on Wednesday July 1, 2020.
E-commerce has got a boost in Qatar following the social restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, researcher ValuStrat has said in a report.
In order to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the management of Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) invited the staff to join them for an E-Majlis on Sunday to connect in these challenging times online and to exchange Eid wishes.
The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has urged people in Qatar to follow the Covid-19 precautionary and preventive measures and not step out of home unnecessarily during Eid al-Fitr.
Shopping malls in the Philippines reopened on Saturday as the government eased restrictions imposed two months ago to contain the spread of the coronavirus ...
Beaches in France and Italy were open Saturday for the first weekend since the easing of coronavirus lockdowns while football fans awaited the return of major league action ...
Declaring Australia was on the road to recovery with new coronavirus infections almost stamped out, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday hospitals will resume many elective surgeries ...
India has not yet taken a decision on when to lift or ease restrictions on domestic and international flights and urged airlines to take travel bookings only after a final decision is made, a government minister said.
Retailers on Tuesday stepped up their push for coronavirus-related restrictions to be eased in Germany so that shops can return to business, while several politicians also called for a gradual reopening of the country's schools.
Britain will have to impose further restrictions on outdoor exercise if people flout lockdown rules designed to curb transmission of the coronavirus, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Sunday.
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has announced new restrictions for visitors at all HMC Emergency departments.