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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Ajman University (AU) as part of its social responsibility and tireless efforts to optimise the safety of community members, has launched the COVID-19 (DPI) Testing Centre.
The Centre, opened in collaboration with the Tamouh Healthcare Company, offers totally free of charge DPI COVID-19 tests for AU students, as well as academic and staff members.
Dr Fetta Djessas, Medical Services Manager, said Ajman University is one of first universities in the UAE to offer this special service to its community members.
"The DPI tests, which take only few minutes, will help control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in view of the UAE prudent leadership efforts nationwide."
"Ajman University has added more testing devices in the coming few days to offer its services to more community members and patients of the College of Dentistry."
Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi stated that the UAE’s leadership is exerting all possible efforts to set up advanced coronavirus testing centres and is keen to protect the health of the country’s citizens and residents.
The protocol outlines all the conditions and requirements that must be adhered to by establishments conducting the above activities in order to ensure the health and safety of community during pandemic, as part of the steps taken by Government of Ajman to return to normal life.
The Ajman Police General Command implemented "Your Health is Our Priority" initiative, aiming to vaccinate the Ministry of Interior retirees and their families with the COVID-19 vaccine at home.
The food control report stated that the administrative closure decision followed the restaurant’s repeated highly dangerous violations and its failure to meet the health and food safety requirements, the ADAFSA added, noting that insects were detected on the meat and vegetable washing sink and in the clean utensil storage area.
An unemployed Arab pretending to be a real estate broker managed to fraudulently rented a villa to a Gulf citizen and his wife against Dhs147,000 after giving them forged lease contract and documents that he had obtained from the owner after impersonating a European man.
They also seized the car that caused the accident through the vehicle tracking systems and smart cameras that monitor all vehicles roaming the emirate.