“Adhere to Precautionary Measures as UAE Enters Final Recovery Stage,” UAE Official Urged

In the country’s bid to sustain its ongoing efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus infections across the nation, authorities once again urged all residents to comply with the precautionary measures set by the government to accomplish what they have termed as the country’s “final recovery stage” towards normalcy.

In many parts of the world, there has been a notable rise in the number of new cases of coronavirus infections – something that the UAE government has been extremely wary of, as several multinational pharmaceutical firms have reported that they have already entered the final stages of their vaccine trials, with some expressing positive reports of distributing COVID vaccines as early as Q1 of next year.

"Adhere to Precautionary Measures as UAE Enters Final Recovery Stage," UAE Official Urged
“steps to succeed in overcoming the crisis have begun and the UAE is on the right path, but a plan must be followed in order to reach the final stage of recovery.” / Credits: WAM

UAE Officials Urge Residents to Adhere to Precautionary Measures as UAE Enters Final Recovery Stage Amid Ongoing Pandemic

In a briefing on Tuesday (Nov. 10), Dr Saif Al Dhaheri, spokesman for the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) said that many sectors in the UAE have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but the government’s response has managed to contain the situation from further escalating, and the country is now in the stage of its safe return to normalcy, Gulf Business reported.

Among the hardest-hit sectors according to Al Dhaheri were the health services sector, the economy, tourism, education, and aviation. On the other hand, the NCEMA spokesman also praised the efforts taken by various sectors in regard to volunteering and community participation. 

In line with this, he emphasized that “steps to succeed in overcoming the crisis have begun and the UAE is on the right path, but a plan must be followed in order to reach the final stage of recovery.”

He also lauded the efforts of the UAE government for the formation of the National COVID-19 Crisis Recovery Management and Governance Committee, headed by His Excellency Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, stating that it is because of the government’s proactive approach that the country is where it is right now in terms of its battle against the coronavirus pandemic.

Dr. Al Dhaheri also noted that the committee has already done its initial meeting in early November, with its aim to achieve a strategic balance between vital sectors of the state and to highlight their capabilities in containing the pandemic.

Recovery means overcoming the damage and effect of crises and disasters in all areas in order to reach a new normal life and adapt to changes,” said Dr. Al Dhaheri.

ALSO READ: National Sterilization Program to Return IF Cases Continue to Rise, says UAE Official

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