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Government announces curfew in Kabul

The government announced to impose a three-week-long curfew in the capital Kabul on Friday, effective from Saturday aimed to contain the spread of coronavirus. To prevent the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, all administrations, schools, universities, educational centers, public baths, parks, swimming pools, wedding halls, markets, and other public sites, …

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COVID-19 fears Afghanistan; all educational institutions put on leave

According to the presidential palace, in order to prevent coronavirus outbreak, all educational institutions, private and service, are to remain close until 17th April 2020. Presidential Spokesperson Sedqi Sediqqi said in a tweet, “On joint requests of public health, education, higher education, and information and culture ministries, the president calls …

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World health day observes in Kabul

The Ministry of Public Health on Sunday  observed the World Health day under the name of “Beat Disease” in Kabul. World Health Organization (WHO) each year selects a particular issue which is indicator of the most outstanding priority in the field of public health. The selected issue of the year …

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MoPH inaugurates first medical council

Officials in Ministry of Public health have inaugurated first medical council for gathering Doctors and gaining regional trusts and paving the way for receiving further education on health sector. Minister of Public health Ferozuddin Feroz said,” by launching such council Afghan Doctors could gain the regional and the world trusts, …

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Gov’t has no Political will to protect environment: NEPD

Officials in National Environment Protection Department ( NEPD) stated that Government of Afghanistan has no Political will to protect the environment from ruining. They have declared ignoring law, poor coordination, cultural poverty, no capacity within the Governmental departments are counted as the major problems for the National environment protection department. …

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