All public and private gatherings should be limited to a maximum number of five persons, Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Crisis Management said in a statement on 28 June 2020.

The total number of persons in a gathering is reduced to five from ten following the discovery of numerous cases among Qatari nationals due to Majlis gatherings and family visits, and among white-collar expatriates due to uncontrolled contact with no precautionary measures,

Earlier, the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management announced that Qatar will lift its COVID-19 restrictions in four phases. We are currently in the first phase, but Phase 2 is rapidly approaching and will begin on 1 July.

Many people living in Qatar are curious about what new facilities are going to be open and what the new rules will be about meeting friends and going out – read the full post here.

On 1 July, restaurants around Doha will be opening their doors for the first time in months. We have compiled a list of our favourite eateries that will be open for business, take a look and book your table now – it’s going to be busy!

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