Go through the official site of UAE before sharing on your social media. Else get ready to face strict action. Rumours on social media of COVID-19 cases can take you to trouble.
Say no rumours:
A top official has said that publishing misinformation rumours on social Media of COVID-19 cases in the UAE halts the country’s attempts to recover across different sectors. On Tuesday, the National Emergency Crisis called people to verify news’s accuracy in social media.
Dr Taher Al Amiri:
“We emphasise the obligation to obtain data from official authorised sources to avoid legal liability,” said Dr Taher Al Amiri, the official spokesperson of the NCEMA. The UAE gives all data and protocols about the pandemic through reliable platforms. “As part of the works to fight the pandemic, the UAE adopted clarity and honesty in its approach,” he said.
Vaccine drive in UAE:
The UAE is the most vaccinated country in the world. “The health sector is keen on implementing several vaccines recommended by the WHO. These vaccines are reliable for all targeted groups.”
Importance of vaccine drive in UAE:
“The UAE took out a national drive to raise the importance of vaccinations. Importance of increasing immunity and turn to a new normal life. It did that by giving vaccination centres all over the nation and free vaccines to all targeted groups,” said Dr Taher. “All data on vaccines, including booster shots and the centres to obtain them, are published from time to time.
All set for Expo 2020 Dubai:
Only a day remaining for Expo 2020 Dubai to start. Dr Taher praised the UAE’s ability to host large scale events that follow the most beneficial health practices. The UAE is well-prepared in running large-scale global events with “assured safety and security for all visitors and tourists”. Also read about OPEC+ institution of oil-generating nations meet on Thursday.