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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The UAE Health Ministry said that the authorities detected 1,663 new cases of the coronavirus in the past 24 hours after conducting 283,661 PCR tests.
The test is part of UAE’s campaign curb the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The ministry also revealed that 1,638 previously infected coronavirus patients recovered from the dreadful disease.
But the ministry sadly announced the death of six infected cases due to COVID-related complications.
The authorities said would expand the scope of the tests to detect more cases.
Health experts said the UAE is using-state-of-the-art equipment and technology to treat and cure coronavirus patients in the country.
The authorities also expressed their sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and prayed to Almighty Allah for the speedy recovery of infected patients.
The ministry said that the experts have administered 65,939 doses of the COVID19 vaccine in the last 24 hours.
It is worth noting that the UAE is only country to have to reach 15,428,281 as a total number of doses and with a rate of 155.99 doses per 100 people as vaccine distribution.
Vaccine nationalism is a new concept in the current COVID-19 era, which is likely to hinder the global health and economic recovery causing more harm than the pandemic itself. Governments are scrambling to acquire vaccines for their populations
The UAE has been playing a stellar role in not just containing the spread of COVID-19 but in being a leader as far as vaccination initiatives go. The recently launched Wellness on Wheels (WoW) drive which is providing COVID-19 vaccination
The announcement is the latest in a series of measures undertaken by the freight division of Emirates to support global communities in recovering from the devastating impact of COVID-19.
The use of mobile clinics in the UAE to conduct vaccination drives should be taken into account and lauded. The Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (mbru), in collaboration with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), announced
The case dates back to last February, when reliable information was forwarded to the Anti-Narcotics Department at Dubai Police about a person consuming narcotics and psychotropic substances and possessing a quantity of them in his house in the Palm Island area in Dubai.
The story did not end here but developed from rape into drugs and the victim ended up at the hands of Dubai Police who referred her to the Hemaya International Centre of Dubai Police’s General Department of Anti-narcotics for rehabilitation.
Social media users and residents have called local authorities to honour Matute for his heroic act.