New ideas call to beat virus

Manama: The Premier yesterday called for innovation and creativity in the fight against Covid-19.

He urged studies and alternatives to enable government agencies to cope with pandemic developments and mitigate the potential economic fallout.

He stressed the importance of extrapolating developments through scientific studies to withstand challenges and tackle crises.

His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa stressed the need to continue developing medical and health services, including ambulance and emergency services.

This came as he received Deputy Premiers Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa, Shaikh Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa as well as Shaikh Ibrahim bin Hamad Al Khalifa and exchanged with them Ramadan greetings.

He congratulated the people of Bahrain, public and private sector employees and paid tribute to medical and nursing staff on the frontline to combat Covid-19, hailing their remarkable efforts and sacrifices which have won the nation international praise.

He urged innovation and creativity to enhance the performance of government agencies and institutions and develop human cadres to better deal with contingencies.

The Premier commended Bahrain’s success in curbing the spread of the pandemic as well as the high recovery rate among patients.

“The current circumstances push us to further improve the performance of various government agencies and develop human cadres to benefit from their expertise,” he said.

The Premier was updated about the implementation of his directives to ease procedures for citizens under the current circumstances, meet their needs and support the national economy and the private sector.

He directed to protect the environment and conserve marine wildlife, stressing their vital role in ensuring food security and protecting heritage.





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