Qatar's phase four reopening to be split into two sections

The second phase will begin in the third week of September

Qatar's phase four reopening to be split into two sections

Qatar has slowly been reopening over the past few months, as part of a four-phase plan announced by the government.

And now the final phase of the restriction easements is set to be split in two, with the first taking place on September 1.

The second phase will take place from the third week of September, and will see the reimposition or easing of further restrictions.

As part of the first phase, weddings will be allowed to take place with a maximum of 40 people indoors and 80 people outdoors, and cinemas and theatres can reopen with a maximum capacity of 15%.

Children will be allowed into malls once again, museums and public libraries can operate at full capacity, and home cleaning services can resume.

You can find a full list of the new rules on the Government Communications Office here

The Doha Metro is set to resume on September 1, with a 30 percent capacity limit.

Plus, schools will adopt blended learning next term, with kids returning to school just once or twice a week.

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