Ras Laffan Hospital and the Ruwais Health Center for Health and Recovery are dedicated to treating patients with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
| The Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs announced the continuation of the closure of mosques and the suspension of congregational prayers.
| Wearing of face masks to be compulsory for shoppers, service, and contracting sectors.
| No more takeaways; Restaurants, coffee shops to provide delivery services only as per new procedures.
| Tourist visa holders allowed to stay in the country until flights resume.
| HMC launches drive-thru anticoagulation service in Al Wakra Hospital as part of COVID-19 prevention.
| The Mental Health Service of HMC has launched a helpline to provide support for people experiencing stress or psychological distress, which is available from 7 am to 10 pm every day, members of the public can call the toll free number 16000.
| MOCI conducts inspections to stop price hikes, fake products, and other violations.
| Ministry of Transport and Communications announced the hotline 109 available in 9 different languages available 24/7 for any questions related to governmental services.
| For all questions and inquiries related to COVID-19, members of the public should call the Ministry of Public Health's dedicated hotline on 16000.
| Gharafa Al Rayyan Health Center and the Umm Salal Health Center have been designated as health facilities for COVID-19.
| Hamad Medical Corporation has announced that NO VISITORS AT ANY TIME are allowed to the following facilities: Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital, Mesaieed Hospital, the Cuban Hospital, all Enaya facilities and all areas classified as COVID-19 facilities.
| Qatari citizens living abroad, in addition to Qatari children, Qatari spouses, Qatari women and those with permanent residence permits, can return to Qatar at any time, subject to the quarantine condition.
| The Ministry of Interior warns that anyone who violates any gatherings in public places, including holding group prayers, would expose himself to imprisonment penalties for a period not exceeding three years and a fine of no more than QR 200,000 or one of these two penalties.
| The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is urging consumers to report any violations of its decisions by calling 16001 or emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by Whatsapp at +974 6611 1400.