The UAE is committed and shall continue sharing to the world its experiences as it remains open to others’ and learn from these as well, to solve the yet-to-be-globally extinguished SARS-CoV2.
The UAE has emerged as the quintessential saviour for the distressed, particularly in these coronavirus times. The medical aid that was sent by the UAE to the world has reached 1,392 tonnes benefiting 118 countries through 144 flights. The aid included personal protection equipment, medical and food items, personal and preventive protection tools, and diagnostic devices for COVID-19, which supported more than 1.3 million people working in the medical sector.
India has recorded an alarming increase in coronavirus cases recently, with the health sector struggling to handle the pressure.
Dr Omar Atiq, who founded a cancer clinic in 1991 in Pine Bluff in the US state of Arkansas, sent out a notice to his patients just days before Dec.25 saying "the clinic has decided to forego all balances owed to the clinic by its patients,” according to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
To date, the UAE has responded to the COVID-19 crisis by providing over 1510 metric tonnes of aid to 118 countries, supporting more than 1.5 million medical professionals.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation confirmed that the UAE seeks to provide various possible support in such situations to affirm solidarity with all brotherly and friendly countries in crises that require concerted efforts to mitigate their effects.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen remarkable and rapid research in vaccines and therapeutics, but disappointingly little research to shed light on the interventions we currently use to reduce SARS-CoV2 transmission.
Britain, one of several countries to announce sending help as India's health care system buckles under a huge surge in coronavirus cases, is dispatching more than 600 pieces of vital medical equipment.
A shipment from Britain, including 100 ventilators and 95 oxygen concentrators, arrived in Delhi, said Reuters partner ANI, while France is sending oxygen generators able to provide 250 patients with a year's worth of the gas, its embassy said.