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COVID-19: UAE infections falling, says disaster management authority

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Life back on the streets of Dubai amid COVID-19
A avenue market in Dubai. Life is steadily returning to regular amid COVID-19.
Image Credit: Anas Thacharpadikkal/Gulf News

Abu Dhabi: The UAE has been witnessing a drop within the variety of COVID-19 infections, which confirms the success of the UAE’s technique on coping with the pandemic.

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“We have witnessed a decrease in the number of cases, which confirms the success of the UAE’s strategy to deal with the crisis, where measures are taken based on the developments, reflecting the high flexibility and adaptation which is required due to the nature of the pandemic,” Dr. Taher Al Amiri, official spokesman for the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, stated in the course of the weekly media briefing on Tuesday.

He stated that 77.91 per cent of the UAE’s inhabitants obtained the primary shot of COVID-19 vaccine, whereas 69.35 per cent obtained each doses of the vaccine. The lower in instances has been met with the gradual return to regular life and the return of financial and tourism actions, in addition to the return of staff to their places of work, Al Amiri stated.

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Travel protocols

The authority urged travellers to abide by journey protocols to make sure their security. Travelling to green-list nations require travellers to stick to precautionary measures and getting medical health insurance as stipulated by the World Health Organisation.

Al Amiri stated that the UAE is without doubt one of the greatest secure vacationer locations, as “we have witnessed a demand for tourism in the country due to adoption of a package of precautionary and preventive measures that ensure everyone spends a special time in the country in a safe environment, thus enhancing its reputation and position among the best tourist destinations around the world”.

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UAE support

Al Amiri revealed that the UAE’s support constituted 80 per cent of the full worldwide support to distressed nations in the course of the pandemic. More than 2,154 tonnes of medical support provides, together with respiratory gadgets, examination gadgets, private protecting gear had been dispatched to 135 nations world wide. A complete of 117 nations obtained support from worldwide organisation’s warehouses in Dubai International Humanitarian City.

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