Saudis Blow Hot And Cold Over Flu Vaccine As Winter Approaches

Saudis blow hot and cold over flu vaccine as winter approaches

Wed, 14 Oct 2020 | By arabnews | 10 Hits

AuthornbspWed 20201014 0110 RIYADHAs October marches on and the weather continues to cool across the Kingdom many Saudis are concerned about coping with the flu season on top of the coronavirus pandemic For those with the sniffles who are starting to fret Arab News asked health care professionals to weigh in on when it was the time to worry and what everyone needed to know about the flu vaccine Unlike a few other vaccinations flu shots are not mandatory in Saudi Arabia But guidelines from the Scientific Committee for Influenza an >>READ MORE | Organic and Viral Social Traffic Hub

no imageSaudis enjoy pandemic jobs boost after public and private sector efforts
Mon, 19 Oct 2020 09:01 | Hits : 15 | SA

Sun 20201018 2343 JEDDAH Philanthropic bodies from the public and private sectors have helped Saudis affected by the coronavirus lockdown with parttime and freelance job opportunities Initiatives were launched in a nationwide effort to provide economic relief to those who lost their jobs or suffered a salary drop Bab Rizq Jameel part of Community Jameel has helped more than 15000 peo...

no imageSakani program provides new homes for thousands of Saudis
Fri, 16 Oct 2020 09:01 | Hits : 19 | SA

AuthornbspFri 20201016 0108 RIYADH The Housing Ministrys Sakani program has announced that 31948 families benefited from its work in September including 12231 families that have already moved into their homes representing the largest number since its launch The total number of families that benefited from the program in different regions of the Kingdom since the start of the year r...

no image5,000 people from Saudi Arabia to undergo vaccine trials once approved
Thu, 15 Oct 2020 12:01 | Hits : 6 | SA

AuthornbspWed 20201014 2224 JEDDAH Around 5000 people from Saudi Arabia will undergo vaccine trials once a COVID19 vaccine is approved by the countrys Food and Drug Authority an infectious disease specialist in the Kingdom said We will see results according to usage Dr Wael Bajahmoom told AlEkhbariya in an interview In Saudi Arabia we are part of the World Health Organizati...

no imageDeal signed to train Saudis in hospitality sector
Fri, 09 Oct 2020 18:01 | Hits : 13 | SA

AuthornbspFri 20201009 0313 RIYADH The Saudi Human Resources Development Fund Hadaf signed an agreement with Qiddiyah Investment Co QIC on Thursday to provide young Saudis with the necessary training to find work in the hospitality and entertainment sector The agreement which was signed by Hadaf Director General Turki AlJawini and QIC CEO Michael Reininger is a further step to...

no image90% of young Saudis get their news via social media: Survey
Wed, 07 Oct 2020 00:01 | Hits : 14 | SA

Tue 20201006 1328 DUBAI Nine out of 10 young Saudis get their news from social media a new survey has revealed That represents a sharp rise in the number of young people in the Kingdom relying on platforms such as Twitter and WhatsApp rather than more traditional news outlets Four years ago only 14 percent used social media as their main news source The finding is one of the results ...

no imageTechnical glitches on Absher prevent exempt Saudis from traveling abroad
Mon, 28 Sep 2020 06:01 | Hits : 11 | SA

AuthornbspZaynab KhojjiIDnbsp1601231315650988100Sun 20200927 2148 JEDDAH Absher the onestop shop webportal for Saudi government services has been experiencing technical glitches that have left many citizens and expats unable to travel despite them meeting the exceptional case categories outlined by the Interior Ministry more than two weeks ago Earlier this year and as part o...

no imageG20 exploring structural approaches to boost funding for developing countries
Sat, 26 Sep 2020 06:01 | Hits : 13 | SA

AuthornbspReutersIDnbsp1601055384084271600Fri 20200925 1733 RIYADH The Group of 20 major economies on Friday said they are looking at structural approaches to secure longerterm financing for developing countries including development of domestic capital markets and work to catalyze private sector investment In a statement the Saudi G20 secretariat said 46 countries had applied fo...

no imageStudy reveals psychological toll of COVID-19 on Saudis
Thu, 24 Sep 2020 06:01 | Hits : 10 | SA

Wed 20200923 1714 RIYADH Research conducted in Saudi Arabia on the psychological effects of the global lockdown caused by the coronavirus disease COVID19 shows that symptoms of depression and anxiety ranging from mild to severe particularly in women are commonplace Dr Deemah Alateeq assistant professor of psychiatry at Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University conducted the study...

no imageJeddah center of Japans TeamLab promises an inspiring art space for Saudis
Tue, 22 Sep 2020 18:01 | Hits : 15 | SA

Mon 20200921 2333 DUBAI Japans TeamLab Borderless has brought to life the idea of a world of digital art without boundaries a museum where art installations can move from one room to another and come alive in different parts of the world simultaneously Artworks such as these will be seen in Saudi Arabia now that its Ministry of Culture has announced plans for a space in Jeddah to exhibi...

no imageSaudi health authorities ready to join trials of COVID-19 vaccines
Tue, 22 Sep 2020 12:00 | Hits : 19 | SA

Mon 20200921 2356 JEDDAH King Abdullah International Medical Research Center KAIMRC in Saudi Arabia is preparing to take part in advanced trials of one or two COVID19 vaccines About 40 potential vaccines are being tested on humans nine of which are at the advanced stage of clinical trials to evaluate their safety and effectiveness in protecting people against a virus that has infected...

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 12:00 | Hits : 262 | SA

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