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Sheikh Mohammed launches #ThankYouHeroes drive

DUBAI, March 24, 2020

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has launched the online #ThankYouHeroes campaign as a tribute to healthcare workers on the frontlines of the battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
 
In a message of appreciation for doctors, nurses, paramedics and medical teams who dedicate their days and nights to save lives and ensure public safety, Sheikh Mohammed posted a video showing the round-the-clock medical staffers away from their families rushing to fulfil their duties, said a Wam news agency report.
 
"Our society needs to stand united in solidarity with our medical cadres against the global pandemic," he said.
 
Addressing the nation’s medical teams and staff, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: "#ThankYouHeroes for your sacrifices, commitment and dedication to our nation."
 
"Our medical teams today are the nation’s custodians and the first line of defence against humanity’s biggest enemy."
 
He urged: "I invite everyone to show appreciation for our doctors, nurses, paramedics and medical teams."
 
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid reaffirmed: "Thanks to every doctor, nurse, paramedic and hospital administrator leading the global battle against the coronavirus.
 
"We are proud of our administrative and medical cadres giving up their comfort for the sake of our nation and risking their own health to save ours."
 
Stressing on the community’s responsibility against the pandemic, he said: "In appreciation for the relentless efforts of our medical teams, we have to fulfil our own social responsibility to protect ourselves and our nation."
 
He noted: "Every citizen, resident and visitor owe their wellbeing and health to dedicated healthcare workers who are working hard without seeking any recognition in return. The least we can do as a community is to follow safety guidelines, practice social distancing and stay in our homes."
 
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid concluded: "We are ready to provide the necessary resources and capabilities to save our greatest wealth: people."
 
He invited citizens, residents and visitors of the UAE to show their appreciation and support for the nation’s healthcare workers through letters, messages or acts of solidarity using #ThankYouHeroes.
 
The UAE has intensified its efforts to fight the spread of coronavirus that brought much of the world to a temporary standstill. Medical staff are working around the clock to monitor and detect early coronavirus cases and implement the necessary quarantine measures to patients and those who have been in contact with anyone diagnosed. Hospitals have increased their bed capacities and critical care facilities to ensure full readiness to control the spread of the pandemic, while keeping other healthcare operations running smoothly.
 



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