DUBAI – The Federal Authority For Government Human Resources (FAHR) will activate the Remote Work System for all ministries, authorities, and federal institution, effective Sunday, March 29th, for a renewable period of two weeks. According to the decision, which will be subject to revision and reassessment, a maximum of 30 percent of the workforce of … Continue reading BUSINESS | UAE To Activate Remote Work System From March 29 For Two Weeks, Barring Virtual Sectors
RIYADH - Saudi Arabia reported a jump of almost a quarter in coronavirus cases on Sunday while the United Arab Emirates pumped more money into its economy as its state-owned carrier Emirates said it would halt almost all passenger flights. Saudi Arabia recorded 119 new cases of the virus for a total of 511, the … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS | Saudi Coronavirus Cases Pass 500; Emirates Cancels Most Passenger Flights
DUBAI – The United Arab Emirates health ministry announced on Friday its first two deaths from coronavirus, UAE official news agency WAM said. The two deaths are for cases that suffered from previous health conditions, the agency said.
DUBAI – The United Arab Emirates suspended entry of citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states until the approval of the pre-examination mechanism, starting at midnight today, WAM said on Friday quoting the foreign ministry.
DUBAI – United Arab Emirates will suspend entry of valid residence visa holders who are still abroad starting at noon on Thursday for two weeks, over coronavirus concerns, state news agency WAM said on early Thursday. The UAE has recorded 113 cases on COVID-19.
DUBAI – The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has suspended the issuance of all types of labour permits, including for drivers and domestic workers, effective Thursday, March 19th until further notice. The decision exempts intra-corporate transfer and EXPO 2020 permits. The Ministry said the move has been taken in coordination with the National Emergency … Continue reading BUSINESS | UAE Suspends All Types Of Labour Permits
RIYADH | SAUDI ARABIA – United Arab Emirates has urged its citizens abroad to return due to travel difficulties amid the spread of coronavirus and suspensions of flights from some countries, state news agency WAM said on Monday, citing the ministry of foreign affairs and international cooperation. UAE has recorded 98 cases of the virus.