A medical official tests Sheikh Mohamed at the COVID-19 Test Centre set up by SEHA.
Gulf Today Report
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, visited SEHA affiliated COVID-19 Test Centre in Abu Dhabi.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed said on Twitter, “Today, I visited the mobile COVID-19 Test Centre set up by SEHA as part of measures to contain the virus. Medical teams out in the field are the first line of protection of the UAE, their sacrifices safeguard our health.”
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed also underwent a test at the centre.
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The organisation offers many services and sub-specialties that are unique to the UAE and the wider region.
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