He said: The health situation in the country is safe and reassuring, and we came out of the pandemic safe and sound
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, affirmed that life in the UAE – by the grace of God Almighty – has begun to return to normal. He added that the health situation in the country is safe and reassuring, and we came out of the “Covid-19” pandemic in good health, and we learned from this challenge many lessons and experiences.
He said during the Qasr Al-Bahr Council: “Today is blessed by seeing these good faces.. and I want to assure you of the beginning of the return of life to normal in the state, whether in work, study, or the daily habits and practices of society, taking into account the precautionary reasons and taking into account some change in our life behaviors.”
He welcomed the audience; Expressing his happiness at seeing them in good health and safety, he said: “Praise be to God for seeing you after a long time during which we did not meet, and we are very happy to see our family and brothers well.”
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan also offered condolences to everyone who lost a loved one due to the Corona virus during the last period.
He added: “The year 2020 was difficult and witnessed great challenges… But the UAE – praise be to God – was able to be one of the first countries to emerge from the crisis… at a time when some countries faced great difficulties.”
He pointed out that the factors that contributed to the start of life returning to normal, praise be to God, are three: the availability of vaccines and the continuity of examinations, in addition to the availability of some modern treatments in the UAE and a number of countries in the world.
He pointed out that the cases in the country decreased to less than 500 cases, and this bodes well, and it indicates that Corona is under control and less dangerous than it was.
He concluded his speech with praise and thanks to God, and he said: “Praise be to God for everything.
He thanked all the efforts made and made by all the field and medical teams to control the pandemic; He appreciated the community’s response and cooperation, which had a significant impact on overcoming and reducing risks.