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Welcome to the June digital edition of Bahrain This Month. We hope you are all staying safe and well and keeping up with the Government’s guidelines on dealing with the coronavirus. With educational institutions having been closed for more than three months now, many of you are currently homeschooling your children or wondering what the future holds for your university-age teens. To keep you informed we have come up with a timeline of the developments so far and have also spoken with a wide cross-section of establishments from pre school to university level to see how they are dealing with the shutdown and what plans they are making for re-opening, when it is judged safe to do so. And, of course, all that educational activity is sure to build up an appetite. There’s no denying that Far Eastern cuisine is a big favourite on the island. From Chinese to Japanese, Korean to Thai, we’ve rounded up five pages of eateries that are offering takeaway and delivery services and we’ve even recommended some our favourite dishes for you to try. The interview section this month includes an exclusive first chat with the new Italian Ambassador HE Paola Amadei. We also caught up with Rose Santos, who has taken it upon herself to alleviate the pandemic-created suffering of her hungry countrymen with home-cooked meals. And Sahar Al Ajjawi explains how her organisation is turning plastic trash into custom wheelchairs. June 21 is Father’s Day, so, to help you pamper the special chap in your life, look no further than our Gift Guide featuring great ideas for presents he’ll love.

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