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.

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نوجه عناية الجمهور الكريم بضرورة تحري الدقة واتباع الاجراءات الوقائية الصادرة عن وزارة الصحة والهيئات الصحية في الدولة، وعدم تداول الشائعات أو أية معلومات لم تصدر عن الجهات المعنية الرسمية #فيروس_كورونا_الجديد #كورونا . . The Ministry of Health and Prevention urges the public to follow all preventive measures issued by official health authorities in the country with regard to the new coronavirus, and not to circulate rumors or any information published by unauthenticated sources. #Coronavirus #nCoV2019

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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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