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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The United Arab Emirates have achieved a recovery rate of 90% in COVID-19 and mortality rate of 0.5% considered amongst the lowest in the world.
The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority said, “Our first line of defence heroes accomplished distinctive achievements that highlighted the UAE Model in combating the COVID-19 pandemic as an exemplary standard.
“We have exceeded 7.5 million tests, aiming to lead the highest tests per capita worldwide.”
The dedicated efforts and positive achievements from the various sectors require a continuation collective effort and a heightened responsibility from our community.
The NCEMA said, “Lack of practicing precautionary and safety protocols by an individual have led to the infection of his wife, widening the spread to 3 families, resulting in 45 positive cases and an unfortunate death.
“We reiterate that we all share the responsibility in protecting our health and the health of those around us.”
“We call on everyone to commit and avoid social gatherings which could lead to the spread your virus to you and your loved ones.”
The external medical services of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company Seha has established in cooperation with the competent authorities the “Test Center for COVID-19” at Zayed Sports City in the capital Abu Dhabi.
Pakistan's National Command and Operation Centre on COVID-19 directed all provincial governments to reopen their airports to avoid chaos in Islamabad, it was reported.
Abu Dhabi Police have distributed face masks and personal protective supplies among residents of a number of areas in the capital, including Musaffah, Al Mafraq and Al Shawamekh in addition to Al Ain City, as part of the "For Your Safety" Campaign.
The witness added the suspect disappeared after being injured and after having bleeding in the head, and then he was seen heading towards the victim with a knife.
Abu Ghazeen noted that those vehicles give a grace period for the public to park in the public parking for a period of 10 minutes without paying fees.
"This technology has proven its effectiveness to identify suspicious and wanted people," said Obaid Al Hathboor, director of Dubai's Transport Security Department.
The suspect offered Dhs50,000, a Rolex watch, a monthly salary of Dhs20,000, and a Mercedes car as a bribe to a policeman so that he could escape from the police station where he was held on charges related to drug trafficking.