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Field medical clinic at Dubai World Trade Center with the ability to treat 3,000 to 5,000 Corona patients. The United Arab Emirates prove it that they are fully prepared for any potential surge in coronavirus cases and have plans and places for all scenarios.

In the United Arab Emirates, Shiekh Hamdan bin Muhammad opens the field hospital for coronavirus patients to fight with COVID-19. he also mentions on his Twitter account that there is no Power which can defeat United Arab Emirate. we are ready to fight with every obstacle which comes in our path success.

In UAE according to the World Health Organisation (W.H.O), in coronavirus cases, the recovery rate of the United Arab Emirates is 38% which is a sign of positivity.

“The Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has been converted into a field hospital with a capacity to treat up to 3,000 to 5,000 COVID-19 patients and it will be partially open with a capacity of 1,000 beds on Thursday,” an official said.

Dubai based hospitals have the capacity to deal 800 patients at a time and they are trying to increase their capacity 800 more.

According to World Health Organisation (W.H.O) in December 2019 there was a cluster of pneumonia cases in China investigations found that it was caused by a previously unknown virus now named the 2019 novel coronavirus, about the virus, keep in mind that this is a new virus and what’s known about the virus now might change in the future coronaviruses are a large group of viruses they consist of a core of genetic material surrounded by an envelope with protein spikes this gives it the appearance of a crown and Latin is called Corona and that’s how these viruses get their name there are different types of coronaviruses that cause respiratory and sometimes gastrointestinal symptoms respiratory disease can range from the common cold to pneumonia and in most people the symptoms tend to be mild however there are some types of coronaviruses that can cause severe disease these include the severe acute respiratory syndrome SARS-COV first identified in China.



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