The Dubai Health Authority decided to reduce the charges of 11 types of medical services provided in all affiliated hospitals and centres so substantially that the reduction exceeded in many of these services 50 per cent of the original charge of the service.
Lactation Training Programme in the UAE director Dr. Fatima Al Olama on Sunday said breastfeeding guarantees “healthy, happy” communities and so everyone must be encouraged to give their share in helping expectant and nursing mothers fulfil this duty to their newborns and babies.
The tests, which were conducted free of charge, are part of the precautionary measures implemented by the Government of Dubai to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the community, DHA said. The tests also reflect the Government’s efforts to ensure the safety of students and staff across private schools in Dubai.
DHA received the recognition badge after a thorough review of an international review committee consisting of 16 industry experts from the healthcare industry.
UAE Fatwa Council, under the chairmanship of Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah, has issued a 'fatwa' (Islamic ruling) allowing the coronavirus vaccines to be used in compliance with Islamic Sharia’s objectives on the protection of the human body and other relevant Islamic rulings.
On Sunday, the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) begins vaccinating priority groups of Dubai government employees against the coronavirus, using the Pfizer vaccine.
The field hospitals are equipped with the latest medical equipment to deal with various emergencies that may arise during the event.
Dubai Health Authority has sets up 3 field hospitals for #MyDubaiNewYear celebrations, with more than 55 medical staff on the ground.
All DHA vaccination centres across Dubai have started providing the vaccine to pregnant women starting from Tuesday. Pre-registering and booking an appointment through DHA’s smart application to receive vaccination.