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The spread of the Corona Virus (Coivd-19) had negative impacts on the global level, and the kingdom of Bahrain was one of the countries affected by the repercussions of this virus. The book will review the efforts and the measures which were made by the Kingdom of Bahrain to combat the spread of (Coivd-19), and how the kingdom has maintained what has been achieved in regards of sustainable development goals, in its three dimensions (environmental, social, economic) and in health aspect during the period 2020-2021, since the diagnosis of the first positive case in Bahrain on 24th Feb2020. Many…mehr

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The spread of the Corona Virus (Coivd-19) had negative impacts on the global level, and the kingdom of Bahrain was one of the countries affected by the repercussions of this virus. The book will review the efforts and the measures which were made by the Kingdom of Bahrain to combat the spread of (Coivd-19), and how the kingdom has maintained what has been achieved in regards of sustainable development goals, in its three dimensions (environmental, social, economic) and in health aspect during the period 2020-2021, since the diagnosis of the first positive case in Bahrain on 24th Feb2020. Many decisions, aids and incentives have been approved by the leadership in Bahrain to confront the repercussions of the virus to ease the burdens on citizens. For example, the complete suspension of both public and private educational institutes, the shifting to distance learning, the closure of all businesses with the government's commitment to pay the salaries in full without calculating any interests on people. Consequently, Bahrain has become an ideal global example for its successful strategies in combating the pandemic, while maintaining the progress of global sustainable development goals.
Autorenporträt
J.M.H. Almesaiadeen: Academic Researcher, PhD student in Environment and Sustainable Development, University of BahrainDr. N. Es¿haqi is a member in UN-Academia Major Group for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals and in ECOSOCT. M. AL-Thiyabat: Academic Researcher, holds a Master Degree in English Language Linguistics from Bangor University, UK