Noura Al Kaabi receives COVID-19 vaccine.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The UAE Minister of Culture and Youth, Noura Bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, has become the latest minister to receive COVID-19 vaccine.
She shared a photo on her instagram where she can be seen receiving COVID-19 vaccine.
In her instagram post she also praises the nurse who administered the vaccine.
“Thank you Nurse Ozma, from Lahore! She’s been working in the UAE for the past 18 years,” writes Noura.
The UAE has enhanced its regional stature as one of the key global players in promoting international cooperation and solidarity, under the framework of addressing the exceptional conditions caused by the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.
Abu Dhabi has become a key centre of the global efforts aimed at finding an efficient vaccine, which will end the most significant challenge witnessed by mankind in the 21st century.
The UAE has also established partnerships with leading vaccines developers in China and Russia, and Abu Dhabi is currently hosting the final phases of the clinical trials of two key vaccines that were announced earlier, the Chinese vaccine, "Sinopharm CNPG," and the Russian "Sputnik V vaccine" amidst high global expectations.
The UAE health sector has started phase III of the clinical trials of a COVID-19 vaccine, as part of a global collaborative effort to curb the virus.
Dr Abdul Rahman Bin Mohammad bin Nasser Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, has announced that a third stage study of a possible vaccine against COVID-19 has been approved by the Ethics Committee Scientific research in Abu Dhabi and this is indeed heartening news.
Confidence, benevolence and determination are hallmarks of UAE’s citizens and residents. It is a matter of pride for the nation that the world’s first Phase III trials of an inactivated vaccine for COVID-19 being held in the United Arab Emirates
The world’s first Phase III trials of an inactivated vaccine for COVID-19 in the United Arab Emirates have reached the 15,000 volunteers target in less than a month with individuals from 107 nationalities participating in the programme.
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