The following info-graphic has been published by Saudi Ministry of Health to create awareness about Corona Virus. Feel free to share it with your friends and loved ones to know more and more about this deadliest virus. For more information visit MOH website.
QSaudi blog created a very useful tutorial for the people who has activated MOI online services. The electronic system (Moi online services) allows expatriates to perform various tasks which in past require to visit Jawazat office. To do this you must activate online services for yourself by visiting Jawazat office (single time) or any other location where this machine is provided by Jawazat. It is provided at the airport and various shopping centers as well.
1. Services Activation (Online Services / Electronic Services)
This activation machine has a very easy to understand interface and step by step system and it is available in various languages so that expatriate can easily work with it. So you must visit nearest activation center
2. Deposit Government Fee for Exit Re-Entry Visa
In your second step you should submit Government fee for Exit-Re-entry visa which ic currently 200 SR. You can submit it from your own account or account of your friend / colleague. You will be asked for Iqama number, please make sure you are entering Iqama number of your family member (wife, son, daughter)
3. Final Step: Issue Visa at MOI website
Login to MOI website using your Iqama number and Password. Click passport section -> Dependent Services
You will find your family members listed in this page. click on More details link under family member’s listing. You will find 2 buttons, Issue Visa & Issue Final Visa, both are obvious from their names. Make sure not to click Issue Final Visa, because it is for final exit)
Once you have clicked Issue Visa button you will find another pop up window which will show full details of this step, name, iqama number and passport number of the dependent and further instructions. Click OK button to complete the process. In next window you will be asked for Duration in number of days. Enter number of days here but not more than 365 days (that is maximum). Now click Issue button again and you are done.
At next pop up window you can print Exit Re-entry visa
In below images you can see the whole process in step by step. Thank you to QSaudi Blog for providing images.
The following information has been provided by MOH Saudi Arabia about Corona Virus, its symptoms, Prevention, Treatments and vaccination information.
WHAT IS CORONA VIRUS?
It is a large group of viruses, which can affect both human and animals with cold related diseases.
Its intensity ranges from common cold to acute respiratory syndrome (Pneumonia).
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
2. Fever (low to high grade).
4. Sore throat (unable to swallow)
6. Shortness of Breath.
1. Severe Pneumonia.
2. Renal (kidney) Failure.
HOW CORONA IS TRANSMITTED
- Direct Contact with infected patient.
- Droplets inhaled from patient’s cough and sneezing.
- Contact with patient’s tool and then touching your nose mouth and eyes.
- No specific treatment as strain is unknown.
- Supportive Treatment for fever cough, fever and other compliants.
- NO VACCINE is available.
PREVENTIVE MEASURES for CORONA VIRUS
- GOOD HAND HYGIENE BY CONSTANT WASHING.
- AVOID DIRECT CONTACT OF NOSE AND EYES AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
- WEAR MASKS.
- AVOID INFECTED PERSONS TOOLS AND BELONGINGS.
- COVER YOUR NOSE AND MOUTH WHILE SNEEZING AND COUGHING WITH TISSUE.
- PROPERLY DISPOSE OFF USED TISSUES IN TRASHCANS.
- GENERAL GOOD HYGIENE HABITS.
- WASH FRUITS, VEGETABLES WELL BEFORE CONSUMING.
- KEEP HEALTHY LIFE STYLE AND DO REGULAR EXERCISE.
- ABOVE ALL PRAY 5 TIMES A DAY.
Allah protect all of us from such incidents and diseases.
any inquiries contact 8002494444.
According to a report at Arab-news yesterday, the coronavirus which caused few dozens of deaths in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is actually originated from camel. However it could be originated from sources other than camels, said an expert.
A total of 72 people died by this deadly virus in last few weeks throughout the kingdom. There are more than 200 people infected as well who are under treatment in various hospitals and medical centers.
Middle east respiratory syndrome (MERS) transmits by camels or direct contact with an influenced patient via sneezing or coughing, or touching something that an infected person has touched. This make it one of the worst virus ever discovered in the Kingdom.
For more info visit Arabnews website.
According to “the news tribe” Kuwait government will soon lift ban on visas for Pakistanis. This ban is started in 2011 which includes 6 countries and Pakistan was one of them. One reason of this ban was to control increasing number of expatriates in the country. According to a Kuwaiti newspaper, Kuwaiti government finalizes to introduce new laws and conditions for visa issuance.
This could be a great decision for Pakistani workers who are looking to go abroad for a bright future of their families. Below is a screenshot from the source of news.