Mask wearing indoors becomes mandatory in one more country


July 7, Fineko/ Due to the growing number of cases of COVID-19 infection in Qatar, it has become mandatory to wear masks indoors.

ABC.AZ reports that the Public Health Council working over COVID-19 has submitted a report to the Cabinet Ministers today.

After assessing what is happening, the Cabinet decided to make it mandatory to wear masks indoors.

In addition, the authorities urged people not to shake hands and not to exchange kisses when meeting during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, which begins tomorrow.

The mask regime in Qatar was canceled just a little more than a month ago, their wearing remained mandatory in medical institutions and public transport.