The drive aims to preserve the public health of community members.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sharjah Police General Command launched a vaccination campaign, which lasted from 29 March until 2 April, within the framework of the continuous campaigns to strengthen preventive measures to contain and limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The campaign targets Muwailih and Al Majaz, to provide coronavirus vaccine doses for workers dealing with members of the public at their workplace enabling them to carry out their professional duties in safe sanitary conditions, without the need to leave their workplace to receive the vaccine in the centres designated for this purpose.
Colonel Omar Al Ghazal, Deputy Director of Sharjah Police Special Tasks Department and Chairman of the Labor Inspection Committee, stated that the campaign benefited more than 2000 people.
The Chairman of the Labour Inspection Committee affirmed that the Sharjah Police General Command has spared no effort to promote the health and protection of members of society in all its segments in addition to providing all health and safety measures for the targeted labour groups in their various locations.
Abdulrahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, says country is approaching 7 million vaccines in more than 205 medical centres in different regions of the country.
Great efforts reflect the vision of delivering services and providing the vaccine to the citizens, says Hessa Tahlak.
The ministry added that over 4-6 weeks the vaccine rollout will be focused on elderly people and those with chronic diseases who are the most vulnerable to COVID-19.
According to daily reports on the campaign, the country has provided nearly seven million vaccine doses to more than 205 medical centres, marking considerable progress and making the UAE a leading country in terms of vaccinating its people.
As it continued with a declining trend of coronavirus infection, the country reported 1,167 deaths. This is the fifth consecutive day in the last two months when the toll has been below the 2,000-mark, data from the health ministry showed.
Sheikh Sultan lends his voice to the video. He talks about the role of the father and the mother.
Collaboration and partnership have become one of the positive outcomes of “Arab Health,” which, since 1975, has been a channel for local, regional and international healthcare industry stakeholders to introduce and showcase well-researched science/medical-based technology for improved public health and patient care.