The Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai stressed, with the end of the current school year and the start of the summer holiday season, the importance of those wishing to travel abroad to take the anti-Covid-19 vaccine, in its first and second doses, and to ensure that 14 days have passed after taking the second dose before the date of leaving the country, This is in order to preserve the health and safety of everyone, as vaccines have a significant impact on enhancing the body’s immunity and its ability to resist the virus.
During the meeting it held today, headed by His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Committee, the Committee encouraged all those wishing to travel to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, and to ensure that the second dose was taken about two weeks before traveling, while it advised the need to continue applying preventive measures. By travelers at any travel destination they go to, including maintaining the use of a mask, as well as maintaining physical distance and avoiding crowded places, regardless of whether some of those destinations have decided to mitigate those measures, which are in fact one of the most important requirements for protection and guarantee The safety of individuals from the risk of infection, especially with the emergence of mutants of the virus that have proven to spread faster.
The committee noted the availability of vaccines provided by the Dubai Health Authority through its centers designated for that purpose and spread throughout the emirate, as well as through mobile services that deliver vaccines to the residences of senior citizens and residents, as well as for people of determination, thus facilitating the opportunities for all members of society to obtain vaccines with ease. and ease.
The committee also called on everyone who intends to travel abroad to ensure the health conditions at the destination, as well as the procedures applied in those destinations, whether related to travel, and the exceptional measures that some destinations may take that may affect the movement of travel, whether by air, land or sea, as advised. The committee is to avoid traveling to destinations that suffer from a bad situation as a result of the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic in a large way, in order to avoid the risk of infection and the imposition of closure procedures or decisions issued by these destinations to suspend flights and restrict travel movement.
The committee confirmed that all concerned authorities in the Emirate of Dubai will continue efforts to address the emerging corona virus, expressing full appreciation to all participants in these efforts and within various sites, whether at the federal or local level, while the committee stressed the importance of the initiative to receive the vaccine due to its importance as a primary means of protection from The virus and its serious health repercussions.
During the meeting, the committee reviewed the most important developments in the global and internal situation with regard to efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, and the measures required by these developments to ensure the preservation of progress made in limiting the spread of the new Corona virus, especially with the remarkable success of the efforts of the UAE in this field, with It is leading the global scene in the field of providing vaccines, with a total of more than 15 million doses that have been provided to the target groups so far, and at a rate that is one of the highest globally compared to the population.