- The draft law prepared has been submitted for approval.
- Health insurance has been made compulsory for expatriates and visitors
Doha: The government has made health insurance compulsory for expatriates and visitors to access basic health services, including treatment, in Qatar. The draft law was approved by a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdul Aziz Al Thani at the Amiri Diwan.
The draft law has been submitted to the Shura Council for approval.
The government aims to provide high quality, efficient and sustainable health care to the entire population of the country through the new law. The Cabinet also decided to formulate policies, plans, procedures and procedures for this in all government and private health institutions in the country.
The Cabinet also decided to determine the rights and responsibilities of patients for access to health services, to provide free health care to citizens at government health centers, and to take out health insurance for expatriate residents and visitors across the country to receive basic health services.
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