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Mar. 27, 20 | 10:02 pm

The cheers for UAE’s medical frontliners continue in the country, this time in the emirate of Abu Dhabi as the capital joins the thousands who laud the huge efforts that the health sector provides for the nation.

In the video shared to The Filipino Times, residents from Hamdan, Elektra, Khalidiyah and other parts of Abu Dhabi made their voices heard in an evening of uplifting the spirits of health workers in the country’s fight against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Another video shows a street in the capital as it was sanitized by authorities.

Dubai residents also continued to cheer on for the health workers for a third day in a row.

This comes after no less than His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has launched a campaign to thank health workers whom he described as the “protectors of the homeland today”.

“You are fulfilling a great national duty of saving the lives of our citizens and our residents,” His Highness underlined.

His Highness also assured them that they are not alone in this fight.

“You are not alone. Your mission is great, but our determination is even greater. May God safeguard you and our people. Wishing health and prosperity for our country and the world,” His Highness added.

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Observatory experts say Shawwal crescent moon might not show today

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