Bahrain launches coronavirus registration service for those affected financially by pandemic

Those who are eligible will be provided with aid

Bahrain launches coronavirus registration service for those affected financially by pandemic

Bahrain has launched a registration service for those who have been affected financially by the coronavirus pandemic.

The service, which is available through the national platform Bahrain.bh, has been launched by the Royal

Humanitarian Foundation (RHF) in cooperation with the Information and Electronic Government (iGA).

It aims to connect those who are eligible, such as private school bus drivers and employees in the hospitality sector, with aid to alleviate their financial burdens during this situation.

The service will use funds generated from the Feena Khair campaign.

If you’d like more information about the service, you can call the foundation between 8am and 2pm every day on 3810 4444 or 3828 4444.

Bahrain has launched a number of initiatives to help residents and citizens in the Kingdom who have been affected by the pandemic in recent weeks.

The government is paying residents’ electricity and water bills between April and June, and credit card instalment payments have been postponed by the Central Bank of Bahrain for six months.

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