Dubai Ambulance Services Corporation has launched the first self-sterilization corridor, to prevent and protect paramedics and those who come in contact with them from co-workers or families from exposure to various germs and viruses, including the new Corona virus, which can be suspended from their clothes, through their field work, the paramedics are among the most People contact patients or suspected of having this virus.

The Executive Director of the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, Khalifa Al-Drai, said that the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to preserve the safety of society and protect workers in the health field from doctors, nurses, paramedics, administrators and technicians, to continue their heroic role. In response to this virus, we have been prompted to think about developing a path for self-sterilization in an innovative way applied for the first time in the country, through which we provide a mechanism for sterilizing the paramedics 'clothes and shoes as soon as they finish the field work, as a double precautionary measure that protects paramedics' crews, and gives them peace of mind to continue uncle Safely for them, and this corridor was developed in cooperation with the company «Safogoglobal».

The self-sterilization corridor was placed in front of the entrance to the residence of happiness, which is affiliated with the Foundation's field teams, in addition to other precautionary procedures followed in the institution, including a thermal camera for everyone who enters the building.