The mural on display.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Two Emirati talented young men draw a mural that reads “#Moltazmoon_Ya Watan” that means (We are committed to safety of home) in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Culture and Knowledge Centre.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP), announced 27 new cases of COVID-19, on Thursday, bringing to 140 the total infection tally in the UAE.
The Ministry also announced the full recovery of 5 individuals from the novel coronavirus, bringing the total number of recovered cases in the country to 31.
The Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that 3 Emiratis, one Syrian and a Sri Lankan are among the five recovered people.
Another message was put up on Dubai-Abu Dhabi Road.
“Don’t worry…” a statement from the exceptional leader Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed aims to reassure the people of the UAE and its guests, saying “food and medicine are red lines.” The words are adorned in huge banners on Dubai-Abu Dhabi Road, as a thank-you note to a leader who dedicated himself to help humanity.
The Ministry on the other had, affirmed that the UAE’s handling of the cases, from diagnosis until recovery, reflect the high standards of its health care system which the country’s leadership made available to all.
The ministry also added that individuals infected by the virus are provided with the highest standards of healthcare and are kept under close observation by specialised medical teams, in alignment with WHO guidelines.
For the ninth year in a row, the UAE is seen as the 'Model Nation' by Arab youth in the 12th Annual ASDA'A BCW Arab Youth Survey, released on Tuesday.
In the meantime, more than three-quarters (78%) of Arab youth in the GCC states say they agree that their voice matters to their leadership, while a full 87% say their government has the right policies to address their most important concerns.
Emirati actor Ebrahim Al Mreasy announced that he tested positive for coronavirus and is recovering in a good health.
"Children who do survive this war will not only bear the visible wounds of traumatic injuries, but the invisible ones too," MSF International Secretary General Christopher Lockyear told the 15-member council.
The PML-N has nominated Maryam Nawaz as its candidate for the chief ministership. If elected, then Maryam would become the first-ever female chief minister in the country’s history.
They explained that the noise made by vehicles disturbs public peace and creates a state of panic, tension, and nervousness among other drivers, road users and residents of neighborhoods, especially children, patients and the elderly.