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HH the Amir: We have directed adopting a strategy based on three main axes to confront Coronavirus repercussions

22 Jun, 2021 10:06 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, Qatar TribuneIntended Audience
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HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani delivered a speech on Monday evening at the opening session of the Qatar Economic Forum in collaboration with Bloomberg, which is being held under the honorable patronage of HH the Amir under the theme "New Perspectives for Tomorrow." 

HH the Amir said: "Our meeting today comes while we are in the midst of a confrontation with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has posed a serious and unprecedented challenge to all humanity in all spheres, including the economic field. This is because endless discussions have occurred about the fallacious trade-off between people's health and economic health. And blurriness overshadowed the expectations of international institutions regarding the future prospects of the global economy, particularly because the world has not yet moved to a post-pandemic phase in the shadow of the waves of renewed variants and mutations of the virus that underlined a state of uncertainty."

HH the Amir added: "The State of Qatar has spared no effort in responding quickly to tackle the serious repercussions of the pandemic, as we have directed adopting a strategy based on three main axes. These axes are about are protecting all members of the society by strengthening the medical sector; particularly the public health sector, providing the necessary support to the economy to reduce the negative impacts of the pandemic, and contributing to the international efforts against the virus by providing assistance to relevant countries and international organizations. Based on this strategy, we have adopted a national vaccination program against the virus. This program has recently exceeded the number of two million and eight hundred thousand doses. To date, approximately 65% of the population received the vaccine."

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