Coronavirus in UAE: Ministry urges public not to spread rumours

Authorities in the UAE are reminding the public not to circulate rumours about coronavirus.

The Ministry of Health and Prevention is urging people to follow the updates only from official sources.

It’s reassured that adequate precautionary measures are in place and there’s no cause for concern.

Dr. Gareth Goodier, the Group CEO of Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), shared the same message while speaking to ARN News.

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