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Qatar announces new COVID restrictions-only those vaccinated in the mall-Doha News

The Council of Ministers Highly contagious Omicron variant.

The Qatar Cabinet has announced a series of new restrictions that will come into effect on Saturday, January 8, as the country continues to witness a dramatic surge. COVID-19 (new coronavirus infection) Case.

In accordance with the new rules, school and kindergarten students will continue to adopt online learning until at least January 27, 2022, and all staff will be required to attend directly.

Meanwhile, wedding receptions will continue to be allowed indoors with a capacity of 30 percent and up to 40 people. Outdoor weddings are held with a capacity of 50% and are allowed to be held as long as 80 people or less participate.

Beginning January 8, new regulations will only allow fully vaccinated individuals to enter the mall. Restaurants and cafes will remain open with 50% capacity indoors and 75% capacity outdoors for those who have a certificate of the “Qatar Clean” program. Those that don’t work in open space with 40% capacity.

Only vaccinated customers can enter restaurants and cafes, additional cabinets will be added, and children under the age of 12 will only be allowed with vaccinated adults.

The market operates on all days with a capacity of no more than 75%. Children can enter.

Social gatherings and visits in open homes and Magiris will continue to be permitted for up to 15 people outdoors and up to 10 vaccinated people in closed spaces, except for families living in the same house. ..

Rallying in public parks, beaches and cornishes is permitted even if up to 15 people or a family live in the same house. In addition, individual sports such as walking, running and cycling will continue to be permitted.

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All amusement parks, entertainment center swimming pools, water parks We will continue to operate with a capacity of 75% in open space and 50% indoors.

Mosques will continue to be open to the public for all prayers, but mosques under the age of 12 are not admitted.

On the other hand, for working people, regulation remains the same in both the private and public sectors. This means that employers can expect all employees to be present directly without having to implement a remote work protocol.

Fully vaccinated face-to-face meetings of up to 15 people are allowed.

As long as all workers are fully vaccinated, the nursery will remain open with a capacity of 50 percent.

Beauty salons and hairdressers will continue to operate with 50% capacity. All employees and clients must be fully vaccinated. The new restrictions will limit the gym and spa capacity to 50%, but changing rooms, saunas, steam rooms and jacuzzis must all be closed.

Museums and public libraries are fully operational, but only vaccinated people can enter.

Cleaning and hospitality companies are still allowed to serve at full capacity in one or more homes as long as the workers are fully vaccinated.

Regulations require that all people wear masks indoors and outdoors, except those who exercise outdoors or with certain medical conditions.

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