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.
There is something very unique about the United Arab Emirates. It has a magnetic appeal that few countries can match, that holds its residents in thrall. Words fail to express the ineluctable charm of this Middle Eastern nation.
39 evacuations of Emiratis and those accompanying them have been completed by air and by land and 25 evacuations are under way and shall be completed within the next few days.
Jessica Burgess, 41, was accused of helping her 17-year-old daughter to terminate a pregnancy in the midwestern US state of Nebraska. She faces five charges — including one under a 2010 law which only allows abortion up to 20 weeks after fertilisation.
An Israeli shell struck outside her home on Friday, making her one of the first of at least 47 Palestinians - including 16 children.
This came just hours after an unprecedented raid on Tuesday at the presidential palace in Lima to execute a warrant for the detention of Castillo's sister-in-law Yenifer Paredes.
Beijing has raged at a trip to Taiwan last week by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — the highest-ranking elected American official to visit in decades — staging days of air and sea drills around the island that raised tensions to their highest level in years.