Archivejuin 2020

Mosques and Churches to Reopen on 1 July


The UAE’s General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments has published the anti-Coronavirus measures mosques and other places of worship will have to comply with when they reopen on 1 July. They will able to reopen at 30% capacity. Ablution should be done at home and hands should be washed with soap. Worshippers should wear a face mask in public and in the mosque. They should bring...

All Government Employees Have to Go Back to Work on 5 July in Ras al Khaimah


Ras al Khaimah’s Human Resources Department has announced all Ras al Khaimah Government employees will have to go back to work on 5 July. A Circular to this effect has been published. It cancels all exemptions previously given apart from employees with chronic diseases. Those with chronic diseases will have to provide a detailed medical report which is approved by the relevant medical...

Emirates Resumes Ground Services for First and Business Class Passengers


From 1 July, Emirates Airlines will provide car services with a driver again. They will also reopen the private terminal at Dubai International Airport, following a comprehensive review of health and safety standards. The carrier will initially open one terminal at Concourse B, Terminal 3 of Dubai International Airport. They will serve first class passengers, businessmen and eligible Emirates...

Reprise de l'ensemble des activités commerciales


Qatar’s Trade and Industry Ministry has announced the details of the second phase of the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed on commercial complexes, shopping malls, popular markets and restaurants from tomorrow. Games halls, amusement parks, skating halls, prayer rooms and cinemas, as well as restaurants in these complexes and centres will remain closed. However, restaurants can...

All Cash Payments to End in Sharjah


Sharjah Municipality has announced all cash payments at its service centres will stop on 15 July. Some of the services they offer include parking subscription fees, fines, fees related to issuing or renewing commercial business permits and service charges. They will collect fees, dues or fines via credit card, Tahseel card, Google Pay, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Emirates ID or direct debits from...

Abu Dhabi: Anyone Who Tests Negative for Coronavirus Will be Allowed into Emirate


The Committee for Emergency Management, Crises and Disasters resulting from the Corona pandemic in the Emirate together with the Capital Health Department and the Abu Dhabi Police have announced anyone who tests negative for Coronavirus will be allowed into the Emirate. They will be allowed in within 48 hours of receiving a negative result. The test result will be proven on the Al Hosn app or a...

Prolongation de l'aide salariale


Turkey’s President has announced the salary support programme will be extended for a month. Financial support to low-income families will also be extended for a month. 18 billion Turkish Lira have so far been distributed under both programmes. Full story

All Government Employees to Go Back to Work


The UAE’s Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has announced all Federal Government employees will have to return to workplaces on 5 July. Employees with chronic diseases are exempt, providing a detailed medical report is approved and approved by the relevant medical committee. Flexible working hours will also be offered and employees will be distributed in groups when attending...