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Covid-19: UAE turned Covid challenges to opportunities

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Dubai - The UAE has achieved positive results in immunising society and cultivating positivity and optimism among community members.



By Wam

Published: Fri 19 Mar 2021, 9:31 PM

Pandemic challenges faced by the UAE were turned into an opportunity for success and distinction through resilience and effective response system, according to the Ministry of Health and Prevention (Mohap).

The UAE has achieved positive results in immunising society and cultivating positivity and optimism among community members, setting an example for the entire world of how to deal with such extraordinary circumstances with wisdom and resilience. “The ministry has been keen to provide its services to patients, owing to the importance of mental health in the wellbeing of individuals. This includes telemedicine and virtual doctor services, in addition to the preventive guide for mental health to lend psychological and social support to members of society who are affected by the repercussions of Covid-19,” said Mohap.

“The International Day of Happiness is an occasion to celebrate the achievements and milestones that cemented its position globally, thanks to the firm belief of the wise leadership that happiness, prosperity, and wellbeing of citizens, residents, and society at large are the ultimate goal,” added the ministry.

“Happiness and positivity is a collective spirit and lifestyle in the UAE society. Not only that, but it is a governmental commitment to strengthening the state’s sustainability and competitiveness indicators by making the UAE among the happiest countries in the world, in line with the National Strategy for Wellbeing 2031.

“Amid the global pandemic situation, the UAE, managed to turn the challenge into an opportunity for success and distinction, thanks to its resilience, accumulated expertise, and global leadership in proactivity, effective response, and innovation in the preventive solutions.”


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