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Almost 100% of people in the UAE are hopeful that Covid to end in 2022.

All the religious activities are going in the UAE, and more than 95% of people feel COVID end in 2022. So the future of the UAE will be bright in the coming years. 

According to UAE residents, Govt manages things beautifully, and we expect Covid to end in 2022.

Residents of UAE happy with Govt work:

The Ministry of Community Development reports are out, and that 95 per cent of respondents to a survey said they were happy with the government’s efforts to restore normalcy. 

2022 is going to be the best year:

In general, confidence levels are powerful, with 95 per cent of people hopeful about 2022. This is significantly higher than last year’s optimism level of 30 per cent.

people in the UAE are hopeful that Covid to end in 2022
people in the UAE are hopeful that Covid to end in 2022


Regional Prayers at 100 in mosques:

Ninety per cent of people said they support the gradual return of people to mosques and places of prayer. About 80 per cent are with the government’s move to restore 100 per cent capacity at offices, and 80 per cent are happy with children returning to schools.

Locals spirits are high about outdoing the forces of this pandemic. As a result, our national indicators are growing daily,” said Nasser Al Zaabi, official spokesperson for the ministry.

Covid cases in Dubai:

Covid cases dipped into a year low and hovered around the 600 marks for the last few days. Additionally, the UAE is the most vaccinated country today, with over 19 million vaccine doses given with a distribution rate of double 192. doses per 100 people. 

Over 90 per cent of citizens have received at least one dose of a vaccine, while close to 80 per cent are fully vaccinated. 

Top Events are moving at a 96 per cent capacity of the targeted 100 per cent. “Religious activities at 100 per cent.”


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