Covid-19: Nothing’s changed for migrant workers in Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup
Covid-19: Migrant workers in Qatar
According to the Guardian on Thursday, it’s “business as usual” for migrant workers in Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
As most of the world retreat indoors to combat the spread of the coronavirus, builders in Qatar appear to be working as normal.
How coronavirus has spread in Qatar
According to data from John’s Hopkins University on Thursday morning, there have been 537 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Qatar.
41 people have recovered from the illness, while the Gulf state is yet to record a death.
In reaction, Qatar has been implementing significant overseas travel bans, while the government has banned “all gatherings” in the country, report the Guardian.