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Posted On: 7 June 2020 05:40 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 09:11 am

More establishments in Qatar now require GREEN status on EHTERAZ app before entry

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More establishments in Qatar have now announced its decision to require the GREEN healthy status on the EHTERAZ app upon entry. This comes after hypermarkets and supermarkets in Qatar announced last week. Starting May 22, 2020, all citizens and residents of Qatar were obligated to install the EHTERAZ app when leaving the house for any reason, as part of the country's precautionary measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. A recent update of the app now allows non-QID holders to register using the visa option (Android). Prior to this, only QID holders were able to register and use the app.

In an exclusive interview held Thursday, June 4, 2020, Dr. Abdullatif Mohamed Al Khal, Chairman of the National Strategic Group on COVID-19 and Head of the Infectious Diseases Division at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), mentioned that the "Ehteraz app will help with the gradual lifting of the restriction as it adds another layer of protection for the community as a whole. It is a good example of how technology is proving to be valuable in combating the virus and facilitating return towards a normal life."

Scroll down below to see where else you need to show your EHTERAZ app in Qatar.


Visitors to Ministry branches and services offices are required to present the EHTERAZ app and Green healthy code as part of Qatar's precautionary and preventive measures against COVID-19.

Ministry of Administrative Development Labor & Social Affairs

Ministry of Justice


Commercial Bank

Effective Sunday, 7th June 2020, CBQ customers will have to show green healthy status on the EHTERAZ app prior to entering CB Branches and Collection Centers.

source: Commercial Bank Qatar

Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB)

source: Qatar Islamic Bank

Barwa Bank

Starting June 7, 2020, Barwa Bank will also implement the added precautionary measure.

source: Barwa Bank

Qatar National Bank

Source: Qatar National Bank

Al Khaliji Bank

source: Al Khaliji Bank

Doha Bank

Like other banks, Doha Bank will also implement the checking of EHTERAZ starting Sunday, June 7.

Source: Doha Bank


Ooredoo shops

Ooredoo Qatar announced that customers need to wear a mask and show the GREEN healthy status on the EHTERAZ app before entering any of its shops around Qatar.

Source: Ooredoo Qatar

Villaggio Mall

Al Rawnaq

Source: Al Rawnaq

Alfardan Exchange

Source: Alfardan Exchange

Asian Town

In a post on its Facebook page, Asian Town announced that "For the safety of our customers and teams, and as per the government's guidance, it is mandatory for all our customers to show their EHTERAZ green tag before entering the store, and wear a face mask."

Source: Asian Town

Al Khor Mall

On June 3, Al Khor Mall notified through their Facebook page that to ensure a safer shopping experience, the health status of customers will be verified by checking the Green code in the EHTERAZ app at the entrance.

Source: Al Khor Mall

Ezdan Mall

Doha Festival City

Gulf Mall


Syrian American Medical Center

Source: SAC Medical Center

West Bay Medicare

Tadawi Medical Center

Altahrir Medical Center Qatar

Al-Dana Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry Center

The International Medical Centre

Patients will be screened upon entry to The International Medical Centre in addition to other precautionary measures such as temperature monitoring, social distancing, personal protective equipment, and disinfection procedures which are already in place. This was announced on the clinic's Facebook page. The clinic added that "We are committed to keeping our staff and patients safe so that people who may need healthcare can be reassured that it is safe and remains prudent and important to address any health concerns as they arise."

Click here to learn more about EHTERAZ app's Frequently Asked Questions. Learn about the different health codes in the app here.

Do you think all establishments will soon require the EHTERAZ app (Green healthy status) to be shown at the entrance? If you know of more establishments not mentioned in this list, please let us know in the comments! And if you found this post useful, please don't forget to hit LIKE and SHARE - it keeps us going!