Dr Arif Al Noryani, CEO of the hospital, said one of the women is an Iranian, identified as Sheikha Ammanullah (30), while the other an Emirati who did not want to be named.
“Our staff were busy on Monday night helping the two women have their children delivered safely and thanks to Allah, this was achieved,” he said.
“All the children are safe except for one Iranian girl who is still in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit but her condition is stable.”
Sheikha had three girls and the Emirati woman had two girls and a boy, said Naeema Khamis Al Nakhi, the hospital’s social worker. “For both the women, it was the first pregnancy and God awarded them triplets,” she said.
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