Qatar Football World Cup:Qatar managed to quickly overcome the repercussions

Posted by World Wide Tickets And Hospitality on May 1st, 2022

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stressed that the State of Qatar has been able to quickly overcome the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic, through measures taken by the government to fund the worst-affected sectors. IMF Middle East and Central Asia Department Director Jihad Azour said the steps taken by Qatar to deal with the epidemic had contributed to boosting Qatar\'s economic growth, based on rising oil and gas prices, and foreign investment in preparation for the Qatar World Cup 2022.

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Azour made the remarks in response to questions from Qatar News Agency (QNA) during a press conference in Amman on Wednesday to discuss the World Economic Outlook report for the Middle East and Central Asia region. He said the Qatari economy was expected to grow by 3.4% by 2022.

He also expected Qatar\'s natural gas production to rise to a moderate level, becoming a major supplier of LNG. About the Middle East and Central Asia region, Azour noted that the Ukrainian war is expected to affect the rapid recovery of monetary and financial policies in the region, the economy of which was affected by the spread of the Omicron mutant.

He expected regional GDP growth to decline by 5% by 2022, after reaching 5.8% last year. He said inflation in the region was expected to drop to 13.9% this year, compared to 14.8% last year. The IMF report expects global economic growth to decline to 3.6% in the current year and next year, compared to 6.1% in 2021.

FIFA supports World Immunization Week in the ongoing fight against disease

FIFA has strongly supported the World Health Organization WHO campaign to vaccinate against COVID-19 during the ongoing global epidemic and the world football governing body continues to support World Vaccination Week 2022. World Vaccine Week, this year celebrated between 24-30 April - aims to highlight the need to work together and promote the use of vaccines to protect people of all ages from disease, to keep more people safe from vaccine-preventable diseases.

International football support

FIFA and the WHO have been working together since 2019 on several programs that utilize the unique power of football to promote global health. #ACTION Together is one of those programs and calls on football fans to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The campaign also called on world leaders and policymakers to support the WHO-based approach to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, which provides equal access to COVID-19 vaccines, treatments, and diagnoses. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.

The #ACToContinued campaign has already been launched in three FIFA tournaments two FIFA Club World Cups and FIFA Arab Cup 2021 and the world football governing body will once again work closely with WHO during this year\'s event, FIFA World Cup 2022. The campaign, highlighted in all formats, has been a huge success for reaching over 300 million TV viewers and gaining significant online engagement. FIFA Legends and current players also helped to share the message with our partners.

Accelerate goal access

Great success was also achieved through the ACT-Accelerator program. With the support and support of FIFA through the #ACTogether campaign, the pillar of ACT-Accelerator vaccine COVAX protected, secured, and provided more than 2.8 billion vaccines and R&D support for 14 different vaccines.

The diagnostic and therapeutic partnership of the program also helped to build the first ever-finding power of Omicron\'s alternatives and negotiated unprecedented deals with the world\'s largest oxygen providers to increase access to more than 120 low and middle-income countries.

FIFA aims to continue building a global health stadium

FIFA has so far donated USD 10 million to the World Health Organization COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The fund has supported 12,000 emergency care beds in potentially frustrating health systems, 250 million COVID-19 trials, and provided 250 million PPE items in more than 150 countries. There is no doubt that the COVID-19 epidemic is the biggest challenge facing football in the world, said FIFA President Gianni Infantino. That is why I am so proud of FIFA\'s response.

FIFA will continue to work closely with WHO and Qatar ahead of this year\'s Football World Cup. Our partnership with the Healy Qatar World Cup 2022 will focus on three key areas: Protecting the health of all participants in the FIFA World Cup. Ensuring that the event is a healthy and secure event from the start of a healthy menu. Using the Qatar World Cup as a platform to promote a healthy lifestyle.

The tournament will inspire millions around the world to play more and more active football which includes a global awareness campaign on the health benefits of exercise. Creating a plan to protect and promote health in future major gatherings. FIFA World Cup 2022 represents a unique opportunity to develop a new way of organizing major sporting events from the lessons learned from the epidemic and to strengthen sport and health as a means of recovery.

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