Medical Supplies … UAE sent 260 tons to 24 countries
Charitable efforts from the United Arab Emirates facilitated the distribution of critical medical supplies to 24 different nations. These kindhearted contributions will inevitably preserve the lives of thousands of people.
The UAE shares necessities with the rest of the world
Aircraft carrying highly essential medical supplies have distributed over 260 tons of aid to 24 countries. In addition, repeated further assistance planes will be dispatch supplies over the coming weeks. The already received supplies will provide appropriate protective apparatus to over 260,000 medical professionals. In other words, the philanthropic generosity of the UAE knows no bounds.
It is possible for the UAE to send these aid flights due to extensive expenditure on medical infrastructure. Over the years, the UAE has demonstrated considerable value in these investments. The worldwide Coronavirus pandemic being just one such instance.
Furthermore, the UAE has continuously cooperated with numerous countries in the repatriation of their citizens. For instance, one such instance occurred when authorities collaborated with Pakistani officials to return over 1,000 citizens to Pakistan.
Worldwide quarantine still in effect
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has placed the entire globe in quarantine. As a result of the infectiousness of this viral contagion, the world is isolating for the duration of quarantine proceedings. In addition, people must remain inside their places of residence at all times unless deemed absolutely essential. Furthermore, fears of a second wave of infections have placed authorities on high alert regarding maintaining the quarantine.
Bill Gates weighs in on humanitarian aid
American Billionaire and Microsoft Corporation founder, Bill Gates spoke with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. They discussed the necessity for private organizations and American Billionaire and Microsoft Corporation founder, Bill Gates spoke with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. They discussed the necessity for private organizations and governments to coordinate resources to launch global health initiatives. The two influential men further agreed on the importance of public health programs in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.