Gulf Times - Dr-Abdullatif-al-Khal
UK, S African variants behind surge in Covid-19 infections

UK, S African variants behind surge in Covid-19 infections

If everyone takes responsibility and acts appropriately over the next two to four weeks, Qatar can begin to see a decline in Covid-19 cases and consider easing of some of the restrictions, senior health official Dr Abdullatif al-Khal said Wednesday.

Youth Forum honours Dr Abdullatif al-Khal

Youth Forum honours Dr Abdullatif al-Khal

Indian expatriate organisation Youth Forum honoured Dr Abdullatif al-Khal, chairman of the National Strategic Health Group (NSHG) on Covid-19 under the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH).

All Qatar residents to get Covid-19 vaccine free

All Qatar residents to get Covid-19 vaccine free

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has decided to provide the Covid-19 vaccine free of charge to all Qatar residents, a top official said Monday.

Large medical complex to be opened soon in Industrial Area

Large medical complex to be opened soon in Industrial Area

A large medical complex is to be opened in the coming days to provide the residents of the Industrial Area with fast and free treatment, including emergency and outpatient clinics with different specialties and short stay

Precautionary steps 'halved' Covid-19 cases in Qatar: Dr al-Khal

Precautionary steps 'halved' Covid-19 cases in Qatar: Dr al-Khal

Most of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Qatar are mainly concentrated among people placed under quarantine in advance, and the number of infections would have been almost double but for the precautionary measures and early tracking