Over 30,000 Volunteers Register to Combat Coronavirus in Bahrain

by BTM

Sun, 22 March 2020

Coronavirus in Bahrain

The National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) stated that over 30,000 volunteers have registered on the e-Volunteer platform, since its launch on March 15. 

The Taskforce expressed its utmost gratitude to the Kingdom’s citizens, who have truly demonstrated the values of national social responsibility and solidarity in confronting the spread of the virus, noting that the Kingdom’s strong social fabric remains key to overcoming all current and future challenges. 

The Taskforce emphasized that the e-Volunteer platform is still open and accessible for registrations, and applications are being classified in accordance to need and opportunities available.  

On this note, the Taskforce noted that the first group of volunteers to be contacted will be those who have a medical background and who have applied to volunteer within Field Work and Health Services. Volunteering opportunities range from medical and administrative services to logistic support, as well as a number of other activities aimed at supporting the Kingdom’s efforts in containing COVID-19.

If you would like to register, kindly visit