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|Most Of 75,000 US Residents Want To Stay Back In UAE Amidst Global Challenge: US Envoy
Most among 75,000 US citizens living in the United Arab Emirates would like to stay back here in the midst of a global challenge to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, according to a top US diplomat.
|Nakheel Supports Dubai’s Frontline Heroes
Master developer Nakheel is supplying Dubai’s frontline medical staff with 485,000 items of protective clothing.
|Smart Dubai Department Launches New Data Sharing Toolkit
The Smart Dubai Department launched a Data Sharing Toolkit in partnership with globally renowned innovation foundation, Nesta, to help unlock the value of data by creating trusted and ethical mechanisms for individuals, as well as public and private sector organisations, to share data.
|DMCC Expands International Outreach To Drive Business To Dubai
DMCC, the world’s flagship Free Zone and Government of Dubai Authority on commodities trade and enterprise, is accelerating its digital outreach to support its member companies and attract new business to Dubai.
|Nakheel Disinfects Hundreds Of Residential Buildings Across Dubai
Dubai property developer Nakheel has completed a two-week precautionary deep disinfection programme at all 647 residential buildings in its Dubai property portfolio as part of its continued efforts to safeguard public health.
|Four Million Visits To UAE Government Portal During Q1 Of 2020
The Authority added that there were four million visits to the portal in the first quarter of this year, while the number of new users reached 2.58 million.
|Comprehensive Maintenance Programme For flydubai Fleet
The airline has received the guidance issued by the manufacturer to all Next-Generation Boeing 737 operators on scheduled maintenance tasks during the grounding period and has incorporated the additional guidance material into the flydubai approved maintenance programme.
|Dubai Economy Completes 41 Visits To Ensure Outlets Complied With Precautionary Measures
The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection, CCCP, sector in Dubai Economy organised 41 inspection visits last week to major commercial outlets to verify their compliance with the UAE’s precautionary measures. The inspections resulted in nine warnings to the outlets.
|DHA Set To Start Treating COVID-19 Patients With Blood Plasma
The Dubai Health Authority, DHA, is set to start using blood plasma from recovered coronavirus, COVID-19, patients to treat critical COVID-19 cases, following the UAE’s announcement that it will adopt this treatment method.
|Ma’an’s ’Together We Are Good’ Programme To Support Impacted Residents In Education, Health, Food Supplies, And Basic Needs
Over the last three weeks, residents of Abu Dhabi have come together in an unprecedented way to offer financial and in-kind contributions to help ease the effects of the current health and economic situation.