A girl was meeting her boyfriend's parents for the first time!
Unfortunately she was dealing with a severely upset stomach after a dodgy kebab and a few (or not so few) cocktails the previous night . As they were seated around the dinner table she had to try and release some of the crippling pressure, and decided to let out a little gas quietly. Her "little" bit of relief resulted in a squeak audible enough that everyone at the table heard and a few could smell. Their heads snapped up, and the father looked at her, then the dog lying on the floor behind her chair and said "Max".
"This is great", she thought. "They think it was the dog" and everyone went back to eating. 5 minutes later the pain had returned and she felt the need to relieve more pressure. Without shifting she let out another, this one twice as loud and relieving as the last. Everyone looked up again and the father says "MAX!" much to her delight. Everyone resumed eating.
Feeling much better but still not out of the woods, the girl decided to go for the gusto and completely relieve herself from the still present pain of the gastro-fiend. Brimming with confidence she let out an unholy ripper, all of which lasted nearly 4 seconds. Everyone stopped eating, covered their noses and mouths and looked at one another. The father put down his fork, rose from his chair, looked at the dog and shouted..
"Max! For the love of God! Get away from there before she cr*ps on you!!"
Any foreigner in the Kingdom 90 consecutive days must file a 90-day report.
Renewing your visa or extending DOES NOT complete the requirements for 90-day reporting. You still need to do that.
When you next extend, it sounds like you will do so on day 95. I would go in early for the extension and ask about filing the 90 days at the same time.
Sorry but this study has already been debunked because it is fake and a conspiracy theory.
To be accurate, this study is a meta-analysis that looks at multiple actual medical trials and tries to draw conclusions from them as if they were a single trial and unified data set.
However, the analysis was basically dependent on a single Egyptian medical experiment that has been proven to be fabricated and fake. After the fake Egyptian data has been pulled out, also the overall, aggregated data shows that Ivermectim has no effect on covid.
The Egyptian medical experiment had never been peer-reviewed prior to being published, and the publisher has already withdrawn it.