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Supreme Committee for Crisis Management Decides to Divide Phase 4 of Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions into Two Stages

27 Aug, 2020 12:00 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, Gulf TimesIntended Audience
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The Supreme Committee for Crisis Management has decided to divide Phase 4 of lifting the imposed Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions into two stages. The first stage will commence on 1 September, with continuing to assess the situation and considering the idea of re-imposing or lifting some restrictions based on developments in mid-September. The second stage will commence in the beginning of the third week of September. 

In its statement disseminated by the Government Communications Office (GCO) website yesterday, the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management expressed its thanks to citizens and residents in the State of Qatar for their commitment to adhering to the precautionary measures to confront the Coronavirus (COVID-19) during the previous period, something which has contributed to curbing the spread of the virus considerably. The Supreme Committee also emphasizes the importance of continuing to follow these measures during the upcoming period in order to ensure the success of efforts and plans related to the gradual return to the normal life. 

At the conclusion of its statement, the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management emphasized that the evaluation of lifting further measures mainly depends on the cooperation of everyone and their commitment to following the precautionary measures, including wearing masks, washing hands, maintaining a safe distance and activating the Ehteraz application.  

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