Bahrain's Foreign Affairs Ministry launches virtual assistance service

You’ll be able to ask questions round the clock

Bahrain’s Foreign Affairs Ministry launches virtual assistance service

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a new virtual assistance service which will give residents round-the-clock help.

You’ll be able to ask questions about the services provided by the ministry and the diplomatic missions abroad.

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for using the AI service, you’ll also be able to access a live chat.

The Ask MOFA service is available on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website here.

There are also plans to add the service to the ministry’s mobile app Wejhati shortly.

The news comes after Bahrain launched its brand new coronavirus app last week.

The BeAware app will alert users if they approach an active case, or a location that someone with coronavirus has visited. You’ll also be able to track the movements of quarantine cases for 14 days.

It is hoped the app will advance contact tracing in the Kingdom and help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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