The UAE's response to the COVID-19 crisis has been recognised globally. WAM
Once again, the time to celebrate Eid has come. The celebrations may have been tempered by the rampaging coronavirus, but what hasn’t been tempered is the joy and happiness that binds families, friends and acquaintances on this occasion. For the second year
The UAE’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic is nothing short of impressive, to say the least. And this is all thanks to the backing of the leadership, efficiency and competitiveness of the UAE health system, and the rapid process of registering approved vaccines.
The vaccine will be called Hayat-Vax when manufactured in the UAE, but is the same inactivated vaccine from the Beijing Institute of Biological Product (BiBP), a unit of Sinopharm’s China National Biotec Group (CNBG), that the UAE approved for general use in December.
It’s a pathbreaking achievement. The fact that the UAE has started making the vaccine to treat the coronavirus is heart-warming to say the least. It is the first local initiative on the part of the nation, and could end importing the vaccine from
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