The global airline industry’s prospects look dismal in 2021 with pandemic-induced crisis continuing, job losses mounting and economic devastation growing.
Experts in medical education from across the Middle East and Europe convened for an online symposium hosted by Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) to discuss the latest trends in simulation-based learning, including the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) announced on Monday 240 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, in the last 24 hours, of which 215 are from community cases and 25 from travellers returning from abroad.
GCC economies are expected to rebound in 2022 after contraction this year, researcher Frost & Sullivan has said in a report.
Dr Abdullatif al-Khal, Hamad Medical Corporation’s ( HMC) deputy chief medical officer and chairman of the National Pandemic Preparedness Committee, will today address Texas A&M University at Qatar’s (Tamuq) Al Maerifa Public Seminar Series via Zoom.
As the world is fighting to get out of the grips of the Covid-19 pandemic, the aviation industry goes through an unimaginably difficult time, seeing demand destruction, burning through cash and struggling to stay afloat.
Qatar’s economy, which has been resilient to major challenges like the 2017 economic blockade and Covid-19 pandemic, remains as an attractive investment haven for foreign firms, official of the Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) Qatar has said.
Finance ministers and central bank governors from 10-member ASEAN nations and China, Japan and South Korea pledged today to use “all available policy tools” to sustain recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, they said in a joint statement early today.
Young artists in Qatar and Germany will have the opportunity to take part in a unique art competition, organised by the Qatar embassy in Germany, Qatar Museums (QM) said.
Qatari banks’ provisioning costs have risen as they have built pandemic-related buffers with provisioning increasing to QR4.1bn in H1, 2020, Moody’s Investor Service has said in a report.
Millions of Italian children returned to the classroom today as most schools reopened more than six months after they were closed to curb the coronavirus pandemic.