UAE Ministry of Health plans to expand examinations scope
In line with the UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection’s plan to expand and increase the scope of examinations in the country with the aim of early detection and counting cases infected with the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) and those who had contact with them and isolating them, the UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection announced that 82,344 new examinations were conducted during the past twenty-four hours on different groups in society using the best and most recent. Medical examination techniques.
UAE Ministry of Health expansion of the scope of examinations
The intensification of investigation and examination procedures and the expansion of the scope of examinations at the state level contributed to the detection of 330 new cases of the emerging coronavirus of different nationalities, all of which are stable and subject to the necessary health care, bringing the total number of registered cases to 63,819 cases.
UAE Ministry of Health coronavirus updates decleration
The UAE Ministry of Health also announced the death of one infected person as a result of the repercussions of infection with the emerging coronavirus, bringing the number of deaths in the country to 359 cases.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection expressed its regret and sincere condolences to the families of the deceased, and its wishes for a speedy recovery for all the injured, and called on community members to cooperate with health authorities and adhere to instructions and adhere to social distancing to ensure the health and safety of all.
The UAE Ministry of Health announced that 101 new cases of people infected with the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) had recovered completely from the symptoms of the disease after receiving the necessary health care since entering the hospital, thus bringing the total of recovery cases to 57,473.
Receiving doses of the inactive COVID-19 vaccine is encouraging
A number of experts and volunteers agreed that the process of receiving volunteers in Abu Dhabi doses of the inactive COVID-19 virus vaccine was encouraging, as the antibodies that formed after two vaccines were measured, while the safety and efficacy of the vaccination were tested on different groups of the community. Mohammed Al-Kaabi, head of consultants at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City and head of the National Medical Committee for the “COVID-19” epidemic, said in a press release that the reason for choosing the UAE to test the vaccine in its third session. The stage is the capabilities that the UAE possesses to conduct clinical trials, in accordance with global protocols.