The SCC’s campaign will ensure the safety and health of all residents of Sharjah. WAM
The SCC’s campaign will ensure the safety and health of all residents of the Emirate of Sharjah and raise their awareness, contributing to benefitting all members of society, especially residents of different nationalities.
The campaign which was launched in Arabic, English, Urdu and Persian languages underscored the importance of taking all the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and reduce the spread of infections, lauding the efforts of the healthcare workers, who have been working very hard to contain the virus.
Highlighting the importance of the campaign, Dr Hamid Al Suwaiji Al Zaabi, Chairman of the committee, stated that the campaign is part of the SCC’s initiatives, to support and promote safe and healthy communities.
The campaign will continue for a month, shedding light on its importance in translating the leadership’s vision in supporting the country’s healthcare workers, he added.WAM
Sheikh Mohammed said the UAE has succeeded in countering the COVID-19 outbreak and set a commendable example for the world in managing the pandemic. The country’s scientific approach in combating the virus and the meticulous planning and collaborative spirit shown by frontline organisations helped turn the crisis into an opportunity, he added.
The health ministry also reported 3,658 recoveries and 5 deaths due to COVID-19 complications. The ministry expressed its sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and prayed to Almighty Allah for the speedy recovery of the infected cases.
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In addition to the new cases, 1,842 individuals have recovered and four people passed away.
The nine women wore patches with the words “better broken windows than broken promises” in reference to the Suffragette movement of the early 20th century.
Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019.