UAE reveals top reasons behind increased numbers of recoveries

The UAE has witnessed a significant rise in the number of recovered individuals from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), breaching 1,000 recoveries these past few days.
Dr. Farida Al Hosani, official spokesperson for the UAE’s health sector, cites four main reasons behind the country’s success in treating those who have contracted COVID-19, which has now reached 11,809 as of posting.

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Dr. Al Hosani stated that the UAE was among the first countries in the world to incorporate breakthrough medical treatments for patients to ensure their safety: “The UAE has been among the first countries in the world to adopt the plasma treatment of COVID-19 critical cases as well as using other anti-virus medications,” she said.
Increased screenings. The UAE’s official spokesperson for the health sector also highlighted the country’s ongoing efforts for early detection and isolation that has helped cover large groups of individuals, averaging over 30,000 tests conducted per day.
“The second factor is the intensified screenings to cover the largest possible number of people and detect early infections before isolating them and applying best healthcare methods,” said Dr. Al Hosani.
Dedicated treatment centres. Dr. Al Hosani also cited the availability of different hospitals across the UAE, all of which are ready to accept and treat those who have contracted the virus: “The third factor is increasing the occupancy of medical facilities, by dedicating a large number of hospitals, medical centres to treat patients after equipping them with all required human and technical resources.”
Committed Frontliners. Dr. Al Hosani then stressed that one thing that all factors stated above have in common is the sheer number of dedicated and committed medical frontliners and professionals who have been thoroughly prepared to care for both citizens and residents.
“The fourth one is the availability of qualified human cadres, advanced medical equipment, and sufficient medical reserves. This increasing number of recoveries would not have been possible without the great efforts made by all those working in the medical sector who have set a model for giving and dedication to preserving the safety of the society and its protection,” said Dr. Al Hosani.

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