As Formula 1 Race Approaches, Bahrain Cancels PCR Tests, Isolation Period for Passengers Arriving in Kingdom
The Bahraini authorities announced the cancellation of the PCR test and isolation period for passengers arriving in to Bahrain, as the booking for the formula one race, to be held in Bahrain on March 20, approaches.
Is it the end of Coronavirus in Bahrain?
The pandemic indicators recorded a real decline this time in Bahrain over the past two weeks, in which the mortality rate fell to 4 per day during the past week, and 10 per day during the week prior to that, after it was recording a rise in the first half of this month by 20 deaths during the first week.
Has the Bahraini Crown Prince been Infected with Coronavirus?
After almost one month of absence, the Bahraini Crown Prince presided over the Cabinet session on Monday (June 14, 2021).
Al-Qahtani's Epidemic Equation...Why did it Fail?
The epidemic equation is that: the more the virus spreads among members of society with individuals' non-obedience to precaution measures, the more people are infected...
National Taskforce for Combatting Coronavirus Recommendations Ignored, Gulf Air Continues Operating Flights to India and Infected Countries
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, affirmed that it continues operating flights from countries on the Red List (namely India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal).
Bahrain Suspends Flights Coming from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal
Following popular demands and based on the recommendations of the National Medical Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus, the government of Bahrain decided to suspend flights coming from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Only 3 Deaths among Fully Vaccinated against COVID-19, Says Jameela Al-Salman
A member of Bahrain's National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19), consultant of infectious and internal diseases at Salmaniya Medical Complex, Dr. Jameela Al-Salman, revealed there were only 3 cases of death among those vaccinated with two doses against COVID-19.
Jaffaria Endowments Announces Opening Matam Halls for Men Only, with 10 people Capacity, Special Arrangements for Commemoration of Imam Ali Martyrdom
The Jaffaria Endowments Directorate in Bahrain announced its decision to limit opening Matams (Shia congregation halls) to men only, allowing no more than 10 people to attend in each hall, including broadcast and administrative staff.
More than 1000 Coronavirus Cases within 24 Hours in Bahrain
Out of 16820 COVID-19 tests carried out on March 28, 2021, 1027 new cases have been detected, 309 of whom are among expatriate workers, 702 new cases are contacts of active cases, and 16 are travel related, the Ministry of Health announced.
Latest Developments in Jaw Prison: More than 26 Detainees Infected with Coronavirus, Prison Administration Unable to Deal with Situation
Informed sources confirmed to Bahrain Mirror the infection of more than 26 prisoners with Coronavirus. Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry announced the discovery of 3 positive cases only.
Why are Coronavirus Cases Still Increasing in Bahrain after One Year?
On February 24, 2020, Bahrain announced the discovery of the first coronavirus case in the country amid a virus outbreak around the world. This was followed with precautionary procedures to limit the virus spread in the midst of panic that dominated most of the world.
Foreigners Have Priority in Employment over Bahraini Volunteers who Trained them!
Health Ministry Undersecretary Waleed Al-Manea showed up yesterday to mitigate the criticism and public wave of resentment against the ministry and government, in general, with respect to signing employment contracts with foreigners, while delaying the employment of Bahraini volunteers.
Gov't Thanks Volunteers for Combating Coronavirus yet Employs Foreigners Instead
Responding to criticisms of MP Ibrahim Al-Nafei, Finance Minister Salman bin Khalifa Al Khalifa said last Wednesday "those who protect the country, combat Coronavirus, leave their families and remain in the front lines will be thanked and appreciated like those who work for the country and protect public wealth."
Mosques will Partially Re-Open in Bahrain
Mosques will re-open across Bahrain for the Fajr (Dawn), Dhuhr (Noon) and Asr (Afternoon) prayers starting Thursday, the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments said.
Bahrain Launches Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Passport
Bahrain has launched a digital COVID-19 vaccine passport, one of the first countries to do so, the Gulf state's media office said on Wednesday.
Interior Ministry Completed Vaccination of All Inmates who Wanted to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
The Interior Ministry said in an official statement on Friday (February 17, 2021) that the General Directorate of Reformation and Rehabilitation completed in cooperation with the Health Affairs Directorate the vaccination of all inmates who wanted to get COVID-19 vaccine.
Three COVID-19 Cases among Prisoners: Al-Wadaei
Director of Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy, Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, confirmed that 3 political prisoners have been infected with Coronavirus in the notorious Jaw Prison.
Has Coronavirus Reached Jaw Prison? Why Have Authorities Excluded Prisoners from the Vaccine?
Has the coronavirus reached Jaw Central Prison? This question has been repeated since yesterday by law experts and people following the prisoners' conditions. The other question is why the authorities have excluded inmates from the Coronavirus vaccination campaign?
Sheikh Ali Salman Calls on Citizens to Take Coronavirus Vaccine, Abide by Medical Procedures
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society posted on its social media accounts a statement issued by its Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman, who is sentenced to life imprisonment, in which he called on the people to take the Coronavirus vaccine and abide by medical procedures.
Bahrain Takes Delivery of AstraZeneca Vaccine from India
Bahrain has received its first delivery of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine produced by the Serum Institute of India (SII), state media said on Thursday.