UAE urges residents to remain cautious against COVID-19 during Ramadan and Eid

UAE urges residents to remain cautious against COVID-19 during Ramadan and Eid
UAE urges residents to remain cautious against COVID-19 during Ramadan and Eid

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The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention called upon all community members to adhere to rules and regulations to combat the coronavirus in the holy month of Ramadan.

The health officials said, “We call on community members to cooperate and adhere to measures to confront COVID-19 during the Holy Month of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr.

“Public health is a priority and a social responsibility, community solidarity is an indispensable necessity, and observance of instructions is a legitimate and national duty that guarantees safety and leads to recovery.”

The ministry of health, with partners in health agencies, and in coordination with higher education institutions and public health laboratories, conducts genetic studies to monitor mutations in the strains prevalent in the country.

The health sector said the safe openness of all sectors in light of this crisis came according to a carefully studied strategy. In addition to the existence of indicators for the sectors that are monitored continuously until the appropriate decision is taken according to the circumstances and changes that occur as a result of the outbreak of the epidemic.

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