All blocked roads reopen in Sharjah days after record rains

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The local Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Team in Sharjah has confirmed the reopening of all roads, which had been blocked after record rains last week left several parts indundated.

The authorities also announced that the relief tent set up next to King Faisal Mosque has been removed.

All official donation channels to assist those in need remain open through the outlets announced by government agencies. 

The team praised the efforts of all institutions and individuals who quickly responded to the humanitarian appeal and provided donations at the tent.


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