Two million in Qatar are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a milestone leaving over 80% eligible protected. Now, a third shot is available for most at risk.
Coronavirus restrictions mean South America's World Cup qualifier dates for March have been postponed. A headache for CONMEBOL, but for European teams, it's a win.
Coronavirus travel restrictions have once again thwarted the second round of Asian qualifiers, which have now been moved to the May/June international window.
Getting coronavirus under control is currently a worldwide occupation, not least for Qatar who are counting down to hosting the greatest sporting event ever.
Football postponements and cancellations have been rife during the pandemic, including matches for the World Cup 2022 qualifiers. So what happens next?
COVID-19 has impeded progress towards the World Cup in 2022 but certainly hasn't stopped it. Qatar is still making great strides towards its 2022 goals.
The draw for the European World Cup qualifiers is imminent; find out soon when and against whom teams must play to win a place at the 2022 tournament.
A collaborative agreement between the WHO, FIFA and Qatar’s Public Health Ministry looks set to strengthen efforts to safeguard health in 2022.
Calls for the release of players for national team games, including World Cup '22 qualifiers, is causing a rift across the football world as the COVID risk looms.
As the first international airline to secure five stars for safety during the COVID pandemic, travellers can feel secure with Qatar’s number one carrier.
New developments and innovations at Hamad International Airport are keeping travellers safe during the pandemic and forging the way ahead for travel post-COVID.
Hotels in Qatar are taking cleanliness to the next level in order to achieve a ‘Qatar Clean’ certificate amid the COVID pandemic.
Pre-flight COVID tests, UV cleaning technology and stringent health and safety measures make Qatar Airways one of the safest carriers during the pandemic.
The top man in football, Gianni Infantino, has coronavirus. So have many others in the industry, proving the spread of the virus has no boundaries.
FIFA’s President has given football fans hope for 2022; he believes that fans will be back in stadiums for the World Cup tournament kick-off.
Qatar has agreed to host the AFC Champions League Final as well as the east and west region knock-out tournaments - another feather to don the World Cup hosts hat.
After hosting a successful tournament for the west region, Qatar has accepted a request from the AFC to hold its east region Champions League in Doha.
Football bodies are slowly allowing fans back into stadiums in small numbers and under strict health and safety rules. What will it take to get back to normal?
FIFA's online #WorldCupAtHome campaign to support football fans during the COVID-19 pandemic earns a digital content award.