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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Omar Al Hammadi, UAE Government media briefing spokesperson said taking all preventive methods is the key to protecting ourselves from COVID-19.
Hammadi during the coronavirus briefing said, “We are still at risk of contracting the virus, and taking all preventive methods each day is the key to protecting ourselves and preserving the safety of society, with all our commitment we will win.
“Maintaining good ventilation inside the home is important by opening windows, doors and air-conditioners. Poor ventilation in enclosed spaces can increase the chances of the virus spreading inside homes."
Al-Hammadi also said, “With the return of the schools, we ask parents to monitor any symptoms of disease on their children on a daily basis, to measure their temperature periodically, and to ensure that their bodies' immunity is strengthened by eating healthy food, and taking any necessary vaccinations.”
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 60,600 with 398 cases recovered on Sunday after receiving treatment, the ministry.
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 60,202 with 341 cases fully recovered on Saturday after receiving treatment.
The Abu Dhabi Government Media Office said, “Entry will be allowed within 48 hours of receiving a negative PCR test result, or with a negative DPI laser test result accompanied by a negative PCR test result received within 6 days.
Al Suhaimi's death caused a gloom among Saudis. Many of his fans on the X platform expressed their sadness over his death.
Social media users circulated video clips showing strong sounds and lights emanating from different areas in Libya.
In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) affirmed that the UAE expresses its strong condemnation of these criminal acts, and its permanent rejection of all forms of violence and terrorism aimed at undermining security and stability in contravention of human values and principles.
Locals and conservationists reacted with outrage Thursday at the deliberate destruction of one of the UK's most photographed trees, next to the Roman-era Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage site in northeast England.