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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
In response to the latest media reports regarding the temporary Danish suspension of flights from the UAE, Faisal Lutfi, Assistant Undersecretary for Consular Affairs at the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, stressed that all accredited UAE testing centres are regularly subject to strict quality checks.
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Severe penalties are imposed for non-compliance with international standards to ensure the highest level of quality in testing, he added, according to WAM.
He noted that communication is currently under way with the Danish authorities to clarify the details and cases behind the decision, in order to guarantee the safety and security of all travellers.
Nandan Nilekani, the co-founder of Infosys, said Asia’s economic recovery is not far away, provided the pace of vaccination is increased so the region arrives at a herd immunity.
The Ministry stressed in a statement on Tuesday that its aim to continue expanding the scope of testing nationwide to facilitate the early detection of coronavirus cases and carry out the necessary treatment.
Danish authorities also said that they did not say how many reports of blood clots there had been, but Austria has stopped using a batch of AstraZeneca shots while investigating a death from coagulation disorders and an illness from a pulmonary embolism.
Ismail Berabih lost his mother two years ago, and he entered into a state of great shock and sadness, and decided to sleep next to her grave every day, according to Algerian local media.
A snowy avalanche in northern Pakistan killed 11 people on Saturday, including a 4-year-old boy, and injured 25 from a nomadic tribe as they crossed a mountainous area with their goat herds, police said.
At least 50 children — at least two dozen of them babies - have died at the orphanage in the six weeks since the war broke out in mid-April, according to Dr Abdullah.
“Every story comes to an end and this is only the beginning of a new era for our country (Saudi Arabia) and our region.so just like to thanks everyone who had helped us,” Rayana Barnawi said.