We looked inside some of the tweets by @sameerhashmi and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Dubai is planning to reopen mosques with restrictions soon. 90,000 mosques in Saudi Arabia will be opening its doors again on Sunday. Many here in the Gulf see the decision to reopen mosques as a litmus test for authorities when it comes to keeping new #COVID19 cases in check.
How utterly extraordinary https://t.co/V6ha7Py94p
Not sure where was this filmed but these masks will surely be in high demand. https://t.co/d7v24j0oxl
Health officals in Karachi has confirmed 60 dead in today's plane crash, while 2 passengers survived. Dead bodies of five passengers have been identified so far. DNA testing will be done to identify rest of bodies #PIAPlaneCrash
Pakistan International Airlines plane has crashed in Karachi on flight from Lahore, officials say https://t.co/Px3HEJi4AR
"Facebook will now let some employees work from anywhere, but their paychecks could get cut." Not sure if this can be implemented successfully in the long term. How many people would be willing to work for a lower salary, in order to work from home? https://t.co/L6hYfgoy4W
The survey covered over 1300 companies - most of them were firms with less than 20 employees & it was conducted in April, when there was a complete shutdown. Over the last few weeks, commercial activities have restarted but even then, 70% is staggering. https://t.co/PS3ezeQ1dG
#Emirates has resumed regular flights from #Dubai . Some of the safety measures put in place could become the new normal. ✅Cabin crew members in PPEs ✅Protective barriers at check-in counters ✅Gloves & masks are compulsory ✅Cabin luggage not allowed ✅No magazines on-board https://t.co/X49UF4qFTI
A lot of people are asking about laptops. Here are the items that are allowed on the flight. ➡️Laptops ➡️Handbag ➡️Briefcase ➡️Baby items But all the remaining items will have to be checked-in. #Covid_19 #emirates https://t.co/LnnzMOFrl3
The total number of coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia are inching closer to 60,000. The new infection rate has remained over the 2000 mark for the last 4 days ➡️2,593 new cases ➡️57,345 total cases ➡️8 new deaths ➡️320 - death toll #COVID19
Tragic & Barbaric. It's estimated that 1,000 'honour' killings take place in Pakistan each year but there are no official statistics around them, as they often go unreported or are logged as a suicide/natural death by family members. https://t.co/nYn1XhdZcx