By Muhammadu Sabiu
Ahead of the 2022 World Cup, which begins on November 20, the tournament host, Qatar, has released a list of dos and don’ts, especially for fans from other countries.
The wealthy Gulf nation has disclosed that spectators coming should note the bans that have been in place on alcohol, the LGBT community, exposing parts of the female body, and swearing are still in effect.
The host added that disrespect for mosques, loud music and sounds, dating, and taking pictures of people without their consent, are also banned.
Apart from the moral rules, there are also regulations concerning COVID-19 and its vaccine.
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy mandated that all visitors six years of age and older show proof of a negative PCR test result obtained within 48 hours of their departure or a positive rapid antigen test result obtained within 24 hours of arrival.
Rapid antigen test results from legitimate medical facilities that are not self-administered only will be accepted. If visitors do not exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, no additional testing will be necessary in Qatar.
Additionally, everybody above 18-year-old must download the Ehteraz contact tracing phone app, which the government manages.
What a wonderful development! Kudos to Qatar Government.
Haha, I am wondering why people are surprised, because this is Islam, how come you were not aware of that 🙂
Haha, I am wondering why people are surprised, because this is Islam, how come you were not aware of that 🙂 , adding more words so it will post my comment!