The UAE contributed 80 percent of the worldwide response for countries dealing with new coronavirus outbreaks. The United Arab Emirates was among the first countries to help global humanitarian efforts when the Covid-19 outbreak began two years ago.

His Highness’s wise guidance Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai contributed to 80 percent of the global response to countries attempting to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.

By July 2021, the UAE has distributed 2154 metric tons of medical supplies and testing kits to 135 countries (including ventilators and screening equipment).

In total, 196 medical evacuation planes were dispatched during the operation. In addition, six field hospitals and a fully equipped mobile clinic were established in Sudan, Guinea Conakry, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Lebanon, and Jordan.

According to the data, an international organization’s warehouses in Dubai International Humanitarian City received aid from 117 countries. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) gave $10 million in products and services to the World Health Organisation (WHO) (Dh36.73).

Patients in need of coronavirus stem cell therapy can rest assured that Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed has offered to reimburse all expenses. For that purpose, the Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Centre has discovered a unique and promising stem cell treatment for Covid-19 infections (ADSCC).

After being activated, stem cells can be extracted from a patient’s blood and reintroduced. The medicine was given to 73 Covid-19 patients in the United Arab Emirates, and they were all cured of the virus after taking it.

As a precaution, the UAE erected a 24-hour health care facility in the Emirates Humanitarian City complex to service those evacuated from Wuhan, the epicenter of the Covid-19 earthquake in central China’s Hubei province.

Emiratis were able to return to their homes thanks to Sheikh Mohamed and the UAE’s astute authorities. The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) will provide assistance to families who have lost a loved one due to Covid-19, regardless of nationality. These actions are an important part of the country’s “You are among your Families” campaign. They contribute to the charity’s projects.

The Arab Coordination Group pledged $10 billion (Dh36.73 billion) to assist developing nations in recovering from the pandemic’s economic downturn, and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) contributed to that sum. Furthermore, the ADFD announced an innovative idea to postpone debt repayments for poor countries that received Fund assistance until the end of 2020.

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