Features - May 21, 2023

Bahrain Sets New World Record for the Most Hearing Tests Registered in 12 Hours!


The Kingdom broke the record for the most hearing tests registered within 12 hours in the Guinness World Records, and this achievement is considered a quantum leap in medicine. HH Shaikh Nasser delegated Major General Hamad Khalifa Al Nuaimi, Deputy Commander of the Royal Guard, to attend the Guinness World Records announcement ceremony on his behalf. HH Shaikh Nasser said that this achievement is a source of pride for all and it is supported by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and encouragement of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and Prime Minister and the follow up of Bahrain Defense Force (BDF) Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Shaikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa. He affirmed that the Kingdom will continue to seek such achievements that will highlight Bahrain’s position in various fields, especially in medicine locally, regionally and internationally and said that this accomplishment is one added to BDF and Royal Guard’s tremendous achievement record. He added that these national accomplishments represent a footprint in history for future generations, and are a testament to the country’s patriotic efforts to progress and prosperity  His Highness explained that the solidarity and determination of BDF and Royal Guard’s personnel to succeed is an incentive for more national accomplishments, which will work towards the aspirations of the comprehensive development process. On this occasion, Major General Al Nuaimi conveyed, during his speech at the ceremony, the greetings of HH Shaikh Nasser to all participants, organizers, and attendees. Major General Al Nuaimi noted that this medical accomplishment, in addition to many, is added to Bahrain’s record of achievements regionally and globally in all fields.

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