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The first Phase III trials of an inactivated vaccine for COVID-19 in the United Arab Emirates are among the largest in the world in volunteer recruitment having reached 31,000 vaccinated volunteers from more than 120 nationalities in only six weeks.
Researchers around the world started work on a coronavirus vaccine on Jan. 11, the moment their Chinese counterparts published the microbe’s genetic code.
UAE residents who want to have their infants vaccinated at a Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP) Health Promotion Centre may now do so even without alighting from their vehicles.
Sorry isn’t sufficient. Remorse is what is needed and positive action to spring from this remorse. Sure humans are the dartboard of COVID-19, but why shouldn’t they be? Haven’t humans made dartboards of other creatures and the environment? As recklessly as the virus is claiming human hosts, humans have hacked recklessly at nature.
If there is one quality that sparkles before the world, it is the UAE’s spirit of resilience in the face of challenges. The mere fact that Sharjah is going ahead with hosting a book fair
Imagine this scenario: It’s been weeks since Election Day, and in one state, it’s not clear which presidential candidate won. In an initial count, the Democrat won by roughly 100 votes.
The WHO has cautioned that leaders and nations should not give in to “pandemic fatigue” and lower their guards. This is very sound advice. Granted that people across the world, are weary of restrictions like social distancing,