Doctors in the first line of defense against the new Corona virus spend their feast in the isolation hospitals, to treat and follow up on those infected with "Covid-19", stressing that their true feast is the day when the injured recover and leave the hospital, and they said that the epidemic does not know the holidays, and the disease does not wait, Pointing out that since the beginning of the pandemic, they are between treating patients and home stone in private rooms without contacting their families.
They told «Emirates Today» that spending the Eid Al-Fitr vacation on the task of treating and following up patients is a human duty and a great honor, which enters into their hearts the joy of the feast several times, especially in this exceptional situation, very special.
The doctors congratulated the leadership of the state on the advent of the blessed Eid Al-Fitr, stressing their commitment to confront the epidemic until it is completely finished, and called on all members of society to adhere to the instructions and precautions to protect themselves and their families from disease.
The emergency medicine specialist at Rashid Hospital in Dubai, Dr. Maitha Rashid Al Falasi, said that the disease does not know holidays, and serving patients at all times is a humanitarian duty and a great honor, and pointed out that she will spend all the days of the holiday treating patients «Covid-19», and follow up their condition She said that the discharge of one of the injured from hospital after recovery is a feast day for her.
Dubai Hospital intensive care specialist, Dr. Raed Hatem, said that his celebration of Eid Al Fitr among patients and fellow doctors this year is a professional and humanitarian duty that cannot be abandoned, indicating that since the beginning of the epidemic, he works 12 hours a day, and after the end of his period he returns to his private room In which he restrained himself to protect his family, until the last patient with "Covid-19" recovered in the country.
The specialist in intensive care at Dubai Hospital, Dr. Zainab Abdel Amir Obaida, confirmed that she will continue to work to provide the best health services, in continuation of the humanitarian and community message on which the medical profession is based, as well as her commitment with her colleagues to serve citizens and residents on the state’s land, and demanded that all members of society They are responsible, by complying with the instructions and directives issued by the official authorities in the state to limit the spread of the disease.
The intensive care specialist at Dubai Hospital, Dr. Islam Ibrahim, stated that spending Eid among patients during these difficult circumstances is one of the most honorable jobs, noting that doctors at this stage have a duty to perform, as well as all members of society also have a duty to adhere to preventive measures to reduce the number of patients To reach safety together in this crisis.
And the emergency medicine specialist at Rashid Hospital in Dubai, Nabiha Ahmed Maulvi, said that the real holiday on the day of the exit of one of the patients is safe, after confirming the negative medical examinations of «Covid-19», after a difficult treatment and follow-up trip by the medical staff, calling on community members to be Their celebration of the holiday is responsible and free from any violations that might lead them or others to the hospital.
Dr. Rasha Talib, an emergency specialist in Dubai Hospital, confirmed that since the beginning of the crisis and her life between the isolation and stone housing hospitals, which were provided by the Dubai Health Authority, where she only sees her children on the day of her leave, she said that Eid Al Fitr in treating patients will provide her His Excellency is much greater than spending it at home, especially since she is practicing this humanitarian mission in Dubai Health Hospitals since 2009 until today, without getting bored or tired, and stressed the need for everyone to adhere to the preventive instructions during the holiday, to limit the spread of the epidemic.
The first specialist emergency doctor at Rashid Hospital in Dubai, Dr. Salwa Younis Al-Janahi, said that the joy of the feast will be doubled, with more patients recovering daily, and I extended my highest congratulations to Eid Al-Fitr on the leadership, and all members of society, hoping that the epidemic will disappear as soon as life returns Free from epidemic.
"Eid spending among the sick, during these difficult circumstances, is one of the most honorable deeds."
Doctors have called on the community to adhere to preventive measures, to reduce the number of patients, to reach safety together.
Since the beginning of the crisis and the lives of doctors between the isolation hospitals and the housing of the stone, they only see their children on the day of their leave.