Ninety front line doctors in Dubai get a 10-year visa

Ninety doctors in Dubai have been added to the list of 90 front line doctors for the treatment of Corona, who received golden visas in the United Arab Emirates. Al Jalila Children’s Hospital confirmed on Sunday that 90 of their doctors obtained 10-year residence visas in recognition of their efforts and dedication while treating patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

10-year visa for 90 front line doctors in Dubai

It was announced last year that the golden visa is a 10-year permanent residence visa granted to doctors, scientists, innovators, researchers, investors, and businessmen who left a mark in their sectors. In May this year, 212 expatriate front line doctors at the Dubai Health Authority obtained the same visa, based on a directive issued by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

Soon after, residents across the UAE can volunteer to try the COVID-19 vaccine
Coordination is underway to open the registration for citizens and residents across the UAE who wish to volunteer in clinical trials for stage III of the inactivated vaccine, according to an update from the Abu Dhabi Media Office.

The details of the volunteer reception sites will be published soon by the Ministry of Health and Prevention and the Ministry of Health – Abu Dhabi. The update broadens the scope of those who can volunteer in the trials, the first of its kind in the world that was initially announced to residents of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain only. Interested volunteers are invited to register via the website www.4humanity.ae.

2,111 new cases of corona and 352 recoveries

The UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection announced that more than 47 thousand new examinations were carried out during the past 24 hours on different groups in society, using the best and latest medical examination techniques, with the aim of early detection of the new Coronavirus.

UAE COVID-19 examination

The Ministry’s plan to expand and increase the scope of tests in the Emirates, with the aim of identifying cases infected with the new Coronavirus and those who contact them and isolating them.

The intensification of the investigation and examination procedures in the UAE and the expansion of examinations at the level of the Emirates contributed to the detection of 211 new cases of new Coronavirus emerging from different nationalities, all of which are stable and subject to the necessary health care, bringing the total number of registered cases to 56922 cases.

front line doctors efforts

The Ministry announced the recovery of 352 new cases of people infected with the emerging coronavirus “COVID-19” and its full recovery from symptoms of the disease after receiving the necessary health care due to the front line doctors efforts since entering the hospital, bringing the total number of cases of recovery to 49269.

The Ministry also announced the death of an infected person, due to the repercussions of the infection of the new Coronavirus, and thus the number of deaths in the UAE 339 cases.

The UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection expressed regret and sincere condolences and condolences to the family of the deceased, and her wishes for a speedy recovery for all the injured, calling on community members to cooperate with health authorities, adhere to the instructions and adhere to social divergence to ensure the health and safety of all.

Source: khaleejtimes
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