The Dar Al Ber Society has implemented a comprehensive sterilisation process of all its establishments.
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
Following the ongoing sterilization efforts by the authorities and institutions, facilities and establishments etc to control the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, the Dar Al Ber Society has implemented a comprehensive sterilization process for all its buildings and facilities, with its main branch on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. While the process later includes all its branches, centers and offices in Dubai and the other emirates of the country, within the framework of preventive efforts and the precautionary measures undertaken by the UAE, to prevent the spread of novel Coronavirus (Covid 19), preserve the health of citizens and residents and to promote the safety and sustainable development of the country.
Muhammad Suhail Al Muhairi, Chairman of the Crisis, Emergency and Disaster Committee in “Dar Al Ber”, which the Society recently established to confront the dangers of the spread of “Corona” and support the state’s efforts in combating the “virus”, stressed that the society sets its sights to protect the health of all its employees, all its customers and auditors to its offices and centers and the beneficiaries of its services, the safety of the UAE society and the preservation of the nation’s achievements and gains, in compliance with our wise leadership directives, and in line with the state’s initiatives and efforts.
However, the Society participated last night, in the (Earth hour) through live interaction with the global event, the international environmental occasion, and serious practical measures, with the aim of contributing to the global effort to restore the earth’s health, saving energy and rationalizing its consumption, preserving the environment, protecting it from the risks of attrition, and promoting environmental awareness around the world.
Hussein Albalooshi, director of the media for Dar Al Ber, pointed out that last night, the Society set out to close all the electrical and technical devices and others, and turn off lighting and electricity services altogether, for one hour, in all its buildings, branches and its affiliated centers in Dubai and the various emirates of the state.
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