If you are going to watch the FIFA World Cup match, then these things are important to know. FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022; Everything You Need To Know About
By Puneet Chaudhary - June 23, 2022
Doha2 hours ago
Fans all over the world are thrilled for the FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December. However, ever since Qatar got the hosting, the controversy started. Apart from this controversy, he is also going to tell all the rules, which will help the fans in the World Cup to be held in the Gulf country.
What is the rule regarding Corona?
All fans must download Ehteraz Track and Trace app. They have to show negative PCR test 48 hours before. Along with this, proof of being fully vaccinated will also have to be given.
Will the fans not be able to take alcohol?
Alcohol is not banned in Qatar, but access is limited. Alcohol can be taken only in licensed restaurants. The legal drinking age is 21 years. Violation of the law can lead to a fine of 64 thousand or imprisonment for 6 months.
What else can one see in Qatar besides the stadium?
The food, history and culture here are worth knowing. The architecture of Doha is incredible. There are also many luxury resorts.
Is there a dress code there?
Female fans wear a dress that covers the shoulders. Wear long skirts or trousers in public places. Men will also not be able to wear shorts in public places.
What’s the controversy over LGBTQ?
Homosexuality is illegal in Qatar. Recently it was revealed that out of 69 hotels included in the official list of FIFA, 3 had rejected the booking of gay couples.
What can you take?
Qatar is an Islamic country. There are strict rules regarding imports. The luggage must not contain alcohol, drugs, pornography, non-Islamic religious books. E-cigarettes are also banned.
Where will the fans stop?
Fans will be able to book hotels through the official Qatar 2022 portal, but for this they will have to show proof of match ticket application number.
Why is the tournament controversial?
Qatar was accused of paying bribes to host. More than 6,500 workers died in the construction work. There were also reports of exploitation of workers.