Everyone’s health and improving all healthcare measures and systems have become more important than ever as the world reels from the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) disaster, creating more innovations and inventions.
The decision by the UAE government to allow those over 60 years to shopping malls is a welcome step in the right direction.
The UAE government has taken many great measures to control the COVID-19 pandemic, from establishing several field hospitals to inventing new test methods, all this helped to control the number of new infections. As the number of new patients going down, the responsibility for maintaining this moves to the individuals.
The COVID-19 cases globally have more than doubled in the past six weeks, reaching 12 million on Friday, and several countries are struggling to cope with the dire situation.
As Dubai starts to reopen the tourism sector post-COVID-19, the seal assures that the institutions are compliant with the issued health and safety guidelines and standards.
World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called on countries to adopt an aggressive approach, highlighting Italy, Spain, South Korea and India's biggest slum to show it was possible to stop the spread, no matter how bad the outbreak.
Thousands of students have begun returning to school across Abu Dhabi for the start of the new academic year 2020-2021.
The Dubai Municipality confirmed that it would not disregard fining and punishing any establishment that does not adhere to the procedures and measures in force in the emirate. Any violation that is detected inside any establishment will lead to its closure, particularly salons and beauty centres, in order to achieve the desired goals of the measures in force to protect the community from the corona pandemic.
SCTDA, in collaboration with Sharjah Health Authority (SHA), has commenced inspecting various establishments in the emirate to ensure compliance with the required health and safety measures.
Dubai Municipality closed, on Tuesday, a salon, fitness centre, and laundry, fined 5 establishments and warned 31, for not adhering to social distancing and wearing masks within 2,289 campaigns carried out by municipality inspectors.