COVID-19: Dubai Police use drones to disseminate critical information to public

Keeping in view the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the country, the Dubai Police have started using drones to disseminate critical information to the public.

The Emirates News Agency today reported that the Dubai Police have started using drones to ensure full compliance with decisions and disseminate the critical message of avoiding public spaces and vacating shores as a precautionary measure to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus, COVID-19.

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Tuesday announced 50 new cases of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, as well as the recovery of four people.The total number of confirmed cases in the UAE now stands at 248. These new cases were among individuals who had close contact with cases announced previously, as well as people who returned from abroad.

The new cases belong to the following nationalities: one person each from Sri Lanka, the UK, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Tunisia, South Africa, Belgium, South Korea, Bulgaria, France, Czech Republic, Australia, Lebanon, Kenya, Maldives, Sudan, Iran, Ireland, Morocco, Pakistan, and Sweden; two each from Italy, Egypt, UAE, Spain, Netherlands, Jordan, the Philippines; three each from the US, Bangladesh, and Palestine, and six from India. The four individuals who completely recovered from the infection are three Pakistanis and one Bangladeshi. With these, the total number of recovered cases has reached 45.

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