A massive awareness campaign using drones to educate Sharjah residents on how to fight the coronavirus outbreak is laudable (“Sharjah launches massive awareness campaign using drones to fight COVID-19 outbreak,” Feb.20, Gulf Today website).
Emirates today has become among the first airlines in the world to operate a flight with fully vaccinated frontline teams servicing customers at every touchpoint of the travel journey.
Members of the Senate and the House of Representatives gave Secretary Silvestre Bello of the Department of Labour and Employment a severe verbal drubbing following revelations that he already talked with the UK ambassador to the Philippines on the issue.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has announced that 81,790 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were given in the past 24 hours
The types of vaccines available in the UAE are among the best in the world and the country aims to enlarge the scope of people taking the vaccine to reach acquired immunity, said a health official on Sunday.
The UAE’s handling of the coronavirus crisis has been exemplary, to say the least. Unlike countries such as America, India or Brazil, it has succeeded in keeping a lid on further infections. The total number of deaths are less than 1,600, which is a creditable achievement.
It was a noble gesture, emulative of leaders of their stature. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan,
The total number of doses provided up to Friday stands at 2,339,073 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 23.65 doses per 100 people.
The total number of doses provided up to Saturday stands at 2,426,793 with a rate of vaccine distribution of 24.54 doses per 100 people.