DUBAI (UAE) – The United Arab Emirates could reschedule a night shift in a part of the country if there is a massive COVID-19 infection there, a government official said.
The Gulf Arab situation has seen an increase in the number of cases this week to more than 400 for the first time since mid-July, including 461 cases and two deaths in the 24 hours to Thursday.
Asked if the nationwide birth control program, which included late-night return, could be used again, National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) spokesman Seif al-Zahri told Emirates TV: “Yes, that could happen in some areas where we look. and high-risk infections. ”
NCEMA, which posted a discussion clip on its Twitter page late Thursday, could not immediately be reached for comment outside of business hours.
The regional business and tourism center on June 24 has canceled nationwide travel by mid-March and commercial businesses and public places have been slowly reopened.
Health Minister Abdul Rahman Bin Mohammed al-Owais on Tuesday warned of a number of potential cases after a “shocking” rise two weeks ago.
The UAE recorded 65802 diseases and 369 deaths. The government should not disclose where, in the seven world wars, or provinces, the diseases and deaths occurred.