Hats off to the Dubai Health Authority employees for participation in Noor Dubai’s “Tolerance in Treatment Campaign”. It has made a vital impact on the residents of the UAE (“Noor Dubai campaign raises Dhs250,000 donations,” July 30, Gulf Today). Their contribution will go towards providing treatment
Dubai will host the five-day “The 5th World Academic Congress of Emergency Medicine (WACEM)” from Oct. 20 under the patronage of Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister and President of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
The DHA also said, “All those who are due for the second dose of this vaccine will receive a text message with the date and location for their vaccination appointment.”
The DHA said that it is only after completing this period that the close contacts can then call 800342 to reschedule their appointment for their second dose.
Salim Bin Lahej thanked all the strategic partners who supported the Health Fund Office’s humanitarian initiatives including the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai, Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation and other charities and philanthropists.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) announced on Wednesday that it has started providing the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID19 vaccine to certain groups of people in Dubai.
Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), the UAE’s largest healthcare network, continues to focus on empowering its Emirati workforce by providing the resources, skills, and opportunities to advance in their field of medicine.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) called on all COVID-19 close contact cases to complete the entire 10-day quarantine period to help prevent the spread of the disease.
The guidebook, which is available on the DHA website, aims to provide parents with accurate, updated and reliable information on the best ways to keep themselves, families and communities safe. Dr Hend Al Awadhi stressed on parents, the importance of adhering to all health instructions issued by schools and detailed in the guidebook.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) on Tuesday announced it has suspended some non-urgent elective dental services and reduced the number of dental clinics across DHA facilities in the emirate as a precautionary measure to protect patients and healthcare personnel from COVID-19 and prevent its spread.