Abu Dhabi declares all private hospitals coronavirus free
All private hospitals in Abu Dhabi, the largest state in the United Arab Emirates, have been declared corona-free.
According to the details, it has been officially announced in the official Twitter account of Abu Dhabi that corona virus patients have recovered in all the private hospitals of Abu Dhabi.
The hospitals of Burjeel Medical Group and NMC Healthcare, as well as Ain Al Khaleej Hospital are now free of COVID-19 cases. The facilities continue to provide specialised and full healthcare services to patients. pic.twitter.com/lE5ANUf4pu
— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) July 10, 2020
The official tweet of the government wrote on twitter, “The hospitals of Burjeel Medical Group and NMC Healthcare, as well as Ain Al Khaleej Hospital are now free of COVID-19 cases. The facilities continue to provide specialised and full healthcare services to patients.”
It is to be noted that all the patients of Corona have been discharged from all the private hospitals.
After the recovery of all the patients of Coronavirus, all the private hospitals including Brzeel Medical Group and NMS Healthcare as well as Ain Al Khaleej Hospital have become Corona free.
However, those who have difficulty breathing or respiratory problems can turn to other medical institutions, including the UAE’s exclusive Sheikh Khalifa Medical City Hospital.
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