UAE evacuates 215 positive COVID paitents from China

▴ UAE evacuvates 215 positive COVID paitents from China
UAE helps China on Humanitarian grounds and evacuated 215 positive COVID to help them recover in their quarantine

 While the world is locking its doors to avoid the contact of COVID-19. UAE follows the 'Help thy neighbor'  towards them and a sum of 215 individuals of different nationalities have been emptied from China to the UAE where they were put in the Humanitarian City in Abu Dhabi.

The 'UAE Homeland of Humanity' activity follows the sets of His Highness Sheik Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to empty individuals from Arab and benevolent nations from the landlocked zone of Hubei, China to the UAE.

Sheik Mohamed's organization is in accordance with the mandates of President His Highness Sheik Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a motion that mirrors the UAE's philanthropic way to deal with remain with selfless and neighborly nations and stretch out a helping need to them in troublesome conditions.

The individuals were emptied by a plane furnished with all-important clinical gear and supplies, and have been put under isolation for 14 days at the Humanitarian City. They will be furnished with the required medicinal services benefits consistent with the World Health Organization's gauges until they are completely recouped before returning them to their nations of origin.

The clearing was completed by a helpful reaction group comprised of a group of volunteers, including pilots and clinical and managerial groups, who took an interest to upgrade and feature the compassionate and intentional job.

Sheik Mohamed Bin Zayed tweeted, "I share in the UAE's promise to more noteworthy's benefit for mankind as we clear outside nationals in Hubei. They will get the best clinical consideration before they get back. We thank the Chinese government for its help and recognize the extraordinary work of our resident volunteers."

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the UAE Embassy in China facilitated with the applicable nations the clearing as a component of the UAE's progressing endeavors to fortify collaboration with the Chinese government to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

With this many other stable countries can also join in to help China and there patients in the time of need.

Tags : #UAE #COVID #Measures #Betterhealth #China #Humanitarian #Helpthyneighbour

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