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Two centres would be conducting the test from the car, while the third would be for laboratory analysis, he added.
“The first centre will open in Al Khawaneej, and the second in Port Rashid, where people can be subjected to the test while sitting in their vehicles,” Al Qatami said.
He continued, “The third centre will open in Al-Nasr Club.”
The three centres would provide safe, smooth and fast services, ensuring the protection of service providers and recipients, he added.
As part of intensified efforts to combat the coronavirus, the Dubai Health Authority today announced that it has opened a drive-through COVID-19 testing centre at the Al Nasr Club for the general public.
“DHA has stopped these two doctors to conduct surgeries, due to malpractice. Legal action will be taken against all those who risk the lives of patients"
Preventable measures include covering the mouth when sneezing or coughing to reduce the spread of flu viruses, regular hand washing with water and soap, and sanitation, as well as cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs that cause flu.
Expatriates living in the UAE were elated as their family members, colleagues, friends stuck in other countries are now able to return as the UAE has lifted restriction on incoming flights from Monday onwards.
The Committee explained that the new guidelines take into account the exceptional situations of some categories of people including people of determination, children, and those with chronic respiratory conditions.
The UAE will today (Monday) start receiving residents with valid residence visas, who were stranded abroad due to coronavirus pandemic from various countries.