The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has issued a decision to exempt specific businesses from applying for entry permits for the Industrial Area.
Qatar has opened a 200-bed general field hospital at the Industrial Area providing emergency, outpatient and Covid-19 health care services to support the community in the locality.
The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs (MADLSA) has recorded violations by five companies for not adhering to the precautionary measures ...
Companies with employees living in the Industrial Area need to sign a pledge not to let such workers mingle with others outside the area while working on different projects.
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
The reopening of the Industrial Area is seen as a welcome development for the private sector, which is coping with the lull in business operations since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
Residents of the Industrial Area, as well as employers and workers engaged in various businesses located there, have welcomed the government's move to reopen the closed part of the area
The expatriate workers in the closed part of the Industrial Area are well taken care of by the authorities concerned, Dr Mohamed Sayf al-Kuwari, deputy chairman of the National Human Rights Committee ...
Qatar’s efforts to ensure the welfare and rights of workers in the Industrial Area have won appreciation from the leaders of various expatriate communities.
Massive efforts are under way in the closed part of the Industrial Area as part of the government's plans to ensure adequate and quality medical care for workers.