Qatar residents are gradually regaining their confidence to shop at supermarkets and hypermarkets as more people, including store employees, get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Qatar residents, particularly Culture Pass members, will have the opportunity to take part in a number of virtual workshops and webinars, organised by Qatar Museums (QM) this month.
The biggest achievement of Chefs of Qatar Virtual Food Festival, which began on April 1 and runs until May 12, is “the increased level of accessibility and exposure for Qatar’s fine dining restaurants to a much wider audience,” a leading hotelier has said.
The Arab Forum, as part of the World Press Freedom Day 2021 yesterday, highlighted the importance of equipping journalists with the right tools and skills in fighting disinformation and hate speech, particularly in the Covid-19 pandemic era.
The future for Qatari chefs is indeed, bright, a senior hotelier has observed, in the background of the Chefs of Qatar Virtual Food Festival 2021, which kicked off on April 1 and runs until May 12.
Qatar Museums (QM) is organising what it described as “a playful workshop” online with visual literacy advocate Charlene Kasdorf on May 1, giving families and children an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate art amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) situation.
An avid cyclist in Qatar recently launched a 600km cycling challenge exclusive for women, attracting both professionals and amateurs who want to stay active during Ramadan.
Hypermarkets and supermarkets in Doha have been continuously imposing precautionary measures, in addition to urging employees to take Covid-19 vaccination, aimed at ensuring the safety of everyone at their stores and offices, it is learnt.
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