Demonstrating how their research addresses current health challenges, Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), organized a research showcase on September 28 at the HBKU Researchery. In his opening re..
In Qatar, anyone who have a Hayya card for the FIFA World Cup 2022 will have access to urgent and emergency medical care services. According to Dr. Soha Al Bayat, who heads the department's health protection and communicable disease control, the ..
Qatar Health Ministry will ensure 100 clinics in the eight stadiums during World Cup. Ali Abdullah Al-Khater announced this, Chair of the Supreme Healthcare Communications Committee at the Ministry of Public Health and Chief Communications Officer..
Fans attending this year’s FIFA World Cup™ are encouraged to familiarise themselves with Qatar’s COVID-19 Travel & Return Policy, which was updated by the Ministry of Public Health on 31 August 2022. Below are the key points ..
The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), in collaboration with World Health Organization (WHO), organized Sunday a workshop aimed at developing the 2023-27 Qatar National Nutrition and Physical Activity Action Plan. The workshop is part of the MOPH..
The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) launched Tuesday a new website providing local and visiting fans with a wide range of information relating to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 healthcare services and health advice. Speaking to Qatar News Agency (QNA)..
Health officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have prepared a wide range of measures to mitigate any potential threats to public health and to ensure the safety of players, officials, fans and the po..
This year, the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) will be using art as an innovative way to put various healthcare issues in the spotlight, and to promote discussions on topics including mental health, disability and substance abuse. This will..
According to a statement from the Ministry of Public Health, everyone traveling to Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022 can have free access to emergency and urgent care at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) facilities at any time. But the fans are urged t..
FIFA’s alcohol ban helps female fans enjoy hassle-free football in Qatar
QATAR CREATES AND CR RUNWAY PRESENT POST MALONE IN CONCERT ON 16 DECEMBER
Hayya Card Not Required for Non-Ticket Holders for GCC Nationals and Residents to Enter Qatar
Qatar Tourism Unveils Special Edition FIFA World Cup™ ‘Qatar Now’ Guidebook