His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, stressed the emirate's ability to deal with emergency crises.
Mansour bin Mohammed:
“Mohammed Bin Rashid’s proactive vision has strengthened Dubai's readiness to face challenges.”
- “The follow-up to Hamdan bin Mohammed contributed to the success of the plans of the Higher Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management.”
He said that the proactive vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, aimed at the continuous enhancement of the emirate's readiness to face the challenges, had a great impact in facing the pandemic of "Covid-19", and limiting its negative effects and repercussions on Various health, economic and social aspects, praising His Highness the efforts of the work teams, especially the medical teams, and achieving multiple successes that contributed to besieging the pandemic.
His Highness praised the directives of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, and the great role of His Highness in the success of the plans and programs of the committee, in order to ensure the highest levels of protection and safety for all members of society, praising His Highness the evolving infrastructure of the Emirate of Dubai, which It supported the emirate's readiness to deal with the crisis, and to reach unprecedented results and successes.
His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed thanked the first line of defense of workers in the medical sector for their different specializations, confirming that they had achieved great successes in besieging the global pandemic, and limiting its spread, by providing the best levels of health care according to the highest international standards, pointing out that His Highness made From the efforts during the past period, and the cooperation witnessed in Dubai institutions, bodies and bodies, demonstrated the emirate's flexibility and readiness to deal with emergency crises.
This came during his visit to the Dubai Field Hospital with the conclusion of his work, and he was able to complete the tasks entrusted to him to the fullest, marking the end of the alert period, and Dubai was able to contain the pandemic and restore control of the spread of the virus within a short period, thanks to the vision of the leadership and its up-to-date developments, and wise guidance Which constituted an essential tributary of the set of strict measures and policies that the health sector and institutions and the supportive sectors adhered to in order to overcome this crisis as soon as possible.
His Highness met the teams and cadres working in both Dubai Field Hospital and Emirates Field Hospital, addressed to the doctors, nurses, technicians and administrators working thanks and appreciation for their great efforts, and provided the utmost degree of readiness and readiness to deal with cases infected with the Corona virus by citizens, residents and visitors alike, And that was during more than three months of immediate response and superior medical care according to the highest levels of global health care over the 24 hours, where the teams of the first line of defense provided a wonderful and honorable example of the meanings of dedication and sincerity, and were able to embody the march of giving, and deliver the message of the state of tolerance and humanity to the world .
His Highness also praised the support of private sector institutions, and their fruitful contributions in formulating the policy to address the virus and limit its spread, especially in the field hospital coordination and unprecedented work mechanisms that witnessed unprecedented, rapid, and harmony among workers on its soil, and those concerned with health sector cadres and competencies, and sectors with The link from the governmental and private sides, who did not hesitate to sacrifice their time and effort, and to share the summary of their experiences, which enabled Dubai to establish its global position at the forefront, through its medical achievements in the face of the pandemic.
His Highness commended the performance indicators and daily follow-up reports from the proactive levels achieved by Dubai in managing the crisis at the logistical and clinical levels, which confirms the ability and readiness of government and private hospitals to take over the affairs, and follow up on the provision of health services related to any new cases, discovered, by following the business model The successful, presented by the field hospital, as an example in dealing with crises.
His Highness was accompanied during the visit by the Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, Hamid Muhammad Al Qatami, and the Chairman of the Control and Control Center for Corona Virus Control, Dr. Amer Ahmed Sharif, and the Executive Director of the Primary Health Care Sector at the Dubai Health Authority, and the Director of the field hospital, Dr. Manal Tarim, and the Director of Hospital Emirates Field, Dr. Aref Al Shehhi, and a number of officials and representatives of agencies involved in operating field hospitals.
His Highness addressed a message of greeting and appreciation to the members of the Emirati society, for the high levels of awareness and customary community support they demonstrated, and to stand by the leadership in achieving the public interest.
His Highness also stressed the importance of perseverance and continuity of all commitment to the recommended precautionary measures that would enable the state to follow progress with a steady step towards recovery and overcoming the pandemic.
The closure of the Dubai Field Hospital comes in conjunction with the celebration of the departure of its last patients, the decision to close its doors, the announcement of various official authorities in Dubai and the UAE that it is ready to resume the usual frameworks, and the state’s reception of its guests from around the world.
The hospital was managed by a medical staff of the Dubai Health Authority, with additional support from the private health care sector, and more than 279 distinguished medical cadres including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and technicians, along with 200 volunteers who participated in providing a range of diverse health and preventive services.
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