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Expat suffering from the coronavirus released
The fatal MERS virus has exposed the kingdom’s lacking healthcare system, with a ministry report revealing it needs at least 10,000 doctors & 20,000 nurses ‘by the end of the year’
Gulf kingdom announces biggest daily jump of case for months; lax hospital procedures blamed
Health Ministry announces 23 confirmed new cases, bringing total number of 777 since identified in 2012
The most influential members of the Gulf’s largest expatriate community
We present the most influential men and women of Indian origin who are making a difference in the GCC’s business and industry today.
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Egypt steps up its airport security measures against Ebola with a dedicated medical team waiting to examine pilgrims returning from the Hajj.
World Health Organisation says two close contact have been hospitalised but tested negative for MERS
Kingdom expects nearly 3 million pilgrims in Makkah this year, including 1.4 million from abroad
With hundreds of thousands of pilgrims streaming into Saudi Arabia from the Muslim world for the annual Haj in Mecca, the authorities are banning travelers from countries hard-hit by the Ebola virus.
Woman from Saudi Arabia is being treated in an isolation ward in a hospital in Vienna
Poor hygiene standards blamed for an outbreak of MERS at a Jeddah hospital
Saudi authorities introduce an Ebola screening programme at airports as the country prepares to receive three million pilgrims for the annual Haj, many of whom will be traveling from Nigeria where there is an Ebola outbreak.
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