HE the Assistant Foreign Minister and Spokesperson for the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management Lolwah bint Rashid AlKhater held separately a series of remote meetings with the ambassadors of Asia and the Americas and representatives of the United Nations offices accredited to the state to inform them of the plan to gradually remove the restrictions imposed in Qatar due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and to answer their questions and inquiries about the four stages of lifting restrictions.
The ambassadors praised the measures taken by Qatar to preserve the health of all, especially the provision of free high-quality healthcare to all who live in Qatar.
HE the Adviser to the Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Development Khalid bin Rashid al-Mansour and the directors of continental departments in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the meetings.
Qatar is easing Covid-19 restrictions in four phases. The first phase began on June 15, with malls and shopping centres, as well as public parks, welcoming visitors with all precautionary measures in place. A number of mosques also opened during the first phase.
The second phase of the gradual lifting of restrictions will start on July 1, the third on August 1 and the final stage on September 1.
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