The UAE’s National Ambulance has raised emergency preparedness for the Eid al-Fitr holiday in the Northern Emirates.
As part of its preparations, the emergency medical care provider will increase around-the-clock services to ensure efficient responses to emergencies during this period.
They will also coordinate closely with strategic partners across the healthcare sector in order to ensure public safety.
Ahmed Saleh Al Hajeri, CEO of National Ambulance, said that the emergency medical teams, including those working at the Ambulance Communications Centre, have taken all the necessary steps to ensure delivering the required emergency services and efficiently responding to potential incidents on the frontline.
He reminded people to continue adhering to the country’s COVID-19 safety measures, including the Eid prayer guidelines issued by the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority.
The National Ambulance has, once again, called on all members of the public to celebrate safely and responsibly throughout the religious holiday.