Dubai police brings together Emily Sutton with her family
Psychology undergraduate Emily Sutton found herself stranded in London for six weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic when air travel limits set in Dubai police helped her to be back.
Dubai Police perfect social role
A British mother was reunited with her daughter, who had been trapped for more than six weeks in Liverpool, the UK due to travel restrictions enforced by coronavirus thanks to Dubai police.
Emily, 21, is a British psychology undergraduate who studied at a university in Liverpool before the COVID-19 travel regulations kicked in just when she was getting ready to go back to Dubai city, where her mother Jenny Sutton, for Spring break, lives.
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شكرت جيني ساتون القيادة العامة لشرطة دبي على استجابتهم لحالة اسرتها الانسانية ولإعادة ابنتها إلى دولة الامارات بعد أن علقت في ليفربول بالمملكة المتحدة بسبب القيود المفروضة على حركة الطيران لمكافحة انتشار COVID-19. . Jenny Sutton has expressed her thanks and appreciation to Dubai Police for their response to the humanitarian situation of her family and for the return of her daughter to the UAE after she was stranded in Liverpool, UK, due to the restrictions on air traffic over the spread of COVID-19.
Dubai Police helping Emily
Dubai Police responded to her request to return her daughter to the UAE when she approached them, Sutton says.
“I was worried about her being safe. Due to her being unable to leave her room. Police in Dubai heard of her case and decided to help her, and she returned. Police have been so amazingly good. I am very happy that my daughter is back in Dubai, “Sutton said.
“We had great help from all of the Dubai city authorities. It makes me want to shout out of happiness.”
Emily got a test for the novel coronavirus and she went into quarantine as a protective precaution upon her arrival at Dubai International Airport.
According to Dubai Police, Sutton welcomed her daughter from a safe distance after they checked Emily.
Emily, who had stayed twelve years in Dubai before leaving, expressed her joy on arrival and thanked the police.
“I’m very happy to be back home, the Dubai police were really appreciative and helped me through [the entire] operation,” Emily said in a video released by Dubai Police.
The British family had registered for citizens trapped outside the UAE with the ‘Tawajidi’ system. And they received assistance in getting Emily back.
This really shows how UAE care for all people and their safety all around the globe. Much Respect.