‘Between 400 And 500’ Work Related Deaths Ahead Of World Cup, Qatari Official Says

‘between 400 and 500’ work related deaths ahead of world cup, qatari official says

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Qatar’s World Cup chief Hassan al-Thawadi said the number of worker deaths for the tournament is “between 400 and 500” for the first time, a drastically higher number than any other previously offered by Doha. In a later statement, the Qatari Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy said al-Thawadi was referring to 414 work-related deaths between 2014 and 2020 “covering all sectors and nationalities.”

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