Qatar drops coronavirus restrictions just before World Cup
Rabat (Benghazi Region)– Doha, Qatar’s international Islamic capital, had been the site of a coronavirus outbreak for over a week, when it was closed down as per government advice. Qatar, however, on Thursday, has announced that it would be opening the country to the world in order to host World and Olympic Games in 2022 and 2024, however, it is dropping the restrictions it had established while closing it down.
It was on Thursday that the Arab World was in disbelief. The Gulf state held the first World Cup in six years and it was just days before that when the coronavirus outbreak struck. The authorities of the country had warned people that they should stay at home, however, the world had not expected them to do so in such a short period of time. With the coronavirus outbreak, Qatar was able to showcase its world-class facilities and spread awareness to the people, which is one of the most important aspects of the country’s culture.
However, Qatar also banned the entry of any person to the country, who has had any symptoms of the virus, or has had contact with the index case. The country, in order to host world, decided to lift its restrictions on the entry of people who have had the virus. The lifting of the coronavirus ban of people came after Qatar was placed in the top spot of the World Economic Forum’s 2020 World Competitiveness Ranking. In addition, there was also huge enthusiasm from the people across the Arab world, who had gone to Qatar for a visit.
The World Cup was held in Doha, as Qatar hosts the competition since its inception as a single country in 2002. Qatar is ranked at the 81 position of the Global Competitiveness Ranking, which indicates that the country is at a global competitive level. There was also a number of social media users on the World Cup that were asking for the country to open the country in order to avoid the coronavirus coronavirus. If Qatar opens it in time for the World Cup it would be a huge relief for the country, as it will ensure that the country will be able to host the two major sporting events of the year.
The lifting of the coronavirus ban of Qatar will bring about huge relief to people in the country, as