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Qatar chiefs are trying to poach NHS paramedics for the World Cup

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작성자 Leanna Mayer 댓글 0건 조회 8회 작성일 22-08-31 00:01

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Health chiefs in Qatar are secretly trying to poach hundreds of paramedics for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Cup, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
The authorities in the oil-rich nation have been offering tax-free salaries worth around £6,000 a month, with the aim of recruiting up to 500 staff for the tournament, which starts on November 20.
The incentive, with free flights and accommodation, is almost triple the amount the average UK paramedic earns after deductions for tax and National Insurance.

It comes when ambulance waiting times are at almost record highs.
In February, president Gianni Infantino told a health conference in Qatar that the country was ready for the ‘healthiest World Cup ever'.
The Mail on Sunday has uncovered a series of job adverts for medical professionals for the tournament at the Lusail Stadium (pictured) 
He said: ‘The infrastructure in Qatar allows us a great stage, one of the greatest .

. . The venues are ready, the infrastructure is ready, and the country is ready. Health care, FIFA World Cup safety and medical provisions in Qatar are all of the highest quality and will help us to deliver this tournament with success.

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