Qatar Airways' 37,000-strong workers will be vaccinated by the end of the month, according to Al-Baker

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Qatar Airways' 37,000-strong workers will be vaccinated by the end of the month, according to Al-Baker
The national airline is collaborating with the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) to prescribe 1,000 vaccinations a day to its employees; according to Group Chief Executive, 20 percent of QR employees have already been vaccinated.
 
According to GCE HE Akbar al-Baker, Qatar Airways is partnering with the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) to prescribe 1,000 vaccines a day to its workers.
 
According to al-Baker, the industry's (air transportation) losses will begin in 2021, despite the fact that efficiency is projected to increase over the forecast era.
 
The aircraft of Qatar Airways is fitted with the most sophisticated air filtration devices, which include industrial-size HEPA filters that kill 99.97 percent of viral and bacterial pollutants.
 
Qatar Airways is the first airline to use Honeywell's Ultraviolet (UV) Cabin System, which improves sanitation aboard. UV light has been found in clinical studies to be capable of inactivating a variety of viruses and bacteria when used correctly.
 
Qatar Airways has improved its health and safety policies aboard, according to Al-Baker, by adding new personal protective equipment (PPE) for passengers and cabin crew. Additional stringent steps taken by the airline include providing face shields and safety kits to all passengers, as well as a new protective gown for cabin crew.
 
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