The Jordanian father of the child, Rakan, expressed his gratitude and thanks to the leadership, and its great interest in providing health and psychological care at the highest and most prestigious levels for those infected with COVID-19.
The child’s father, Salamat, said he was ecstatic over the birth of his child. "I am very happy at the birth of my child on election day. We will name the child after giving some thought to it. This is his first child.”
The child's family was by the pool at the time of the incident, and the rapid intervention of lifeguard Angel Nakapito averted the worst.
Births have been declining in younger women for years, as many postponed motherhood and had smaller families. Birth rates for women in their late 30s and in their 40s have been inching up. But not last year.
The UAE Public Prosecution explained on Sunday that custodians who expose children in their care to any form of rejection, homelessness or neglect shall be imprisoned or fined not less than Dhs5,000.
In the video, which was filmed by a neighbour, the man was hanging the young child from the window with the help of another person, before a woman intervenes to quarrel with the man, threatening him she would report to the police for endangering the child's life.
Saeed Al Shehhi, the father of the child from Khatt, south of Ras Al Khaimah told Gulf Today that the child died at Al Qasimi Hospital in Sharjah, after spending some days in Saqr Hospital in Ras Al Khaimah.
The young boy accidentally fell in the pit and could not come out in the Khaitan area.
A specialised medical team at Al Zahra Hospital in Dubai was able to save the life of a two-year-old child, after taking the wrong medication, which almost cost him his life, as his survival rate was not more than 50%.