Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and other dignitaries at Qasr Al Bahr Majlis.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has appreciated the National COVID-19 Crisis Recovery Management and Governance Committee.
“We overcame the COVID-19 crisis and learned many lessons from the experience. As life in the UAE begins to return to normal, we give thanks to God,” Sheikh Mohamed said on Instagram.
With daily COVID-19 cases well below 200 for the last three days, the UAE is gradually restoring normalcy. Students are back in schools, people are back in offices and residents are vacationing once again.
At Qasr Al Bahr Majlis, Sheikh Mohamed said, "Today is a blessed day as we see you all here. I want to reiterate that life has started to go back to normalcy in the UAE, be it at work, educational facilities, or while practicing our daily habits and activities, with taking precautionary measures into consideration and applying some behaviour changes in our daily lives."
“Thank God for seeing you all after a long period. Our joy is endless to see our families and brothers here."
He also offered his condolences to everyone who lost a loved one due to the coronavirus, saying, "2020 was a tough year with many challenges. However, the UAE, with the grace of God, was able to be at the forefront of countries that managed to overcome the crisis, at a time other countries were facing a lot of difficulties."
Sheikh Mohamed stressed that three factors have mainly contributing to bringing life to normalcy: the availability of the vaccines; the continuity of testing; in addition to the availability of some of the latest treatments in the UAE and some other countries worldwide.
He referred that the daily cases have dropped to below 500 cases, which is a promising sign that indicates that coronavirus is under control and is now less dangerous than before.
Sheikh Mohamed concluded his speech with thanking God, and said, "We thank God for everything. We have overcome the crisis with ease and grace, and safe, and we have learned a lot of lessons, despite the difficulty and intensity of the crisis."
He also thanked the field and medical teams on all their efforts that have been and still being made to bring the pandemic under control, expressing his appreciation for the response and cooperation of the members of the society who have helped a lot in overcoming the dangers of the pandemic and lessening its impact.
The National COVID-19 Crisis Recovery Management and Governance Committee is mandated to ensure efficient recovery from the COVID-19 crisis by leveraging the resources required for business continuity, develop proactive support programmes and a strategic plan to gauge the performance of the entities concerned with returning to normalcy, and identify the financial and economic resources required for supporting the recovery phase.
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