The UAE's second resilience score is 69.7 of COVID-19 Resilience Ranking di Bloomberg which uses a wide range of data to assess where the pandemic is most effectively managed, with minimum social and economic distress from mortality, test rates for access and administration of the vaccine.
During the UAE government's media briefing on the coronavirus crisis, Dr Saif Al Dhaheri, an official spokesperson for the National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA), stressed that the UAE has achieved these advanced rankings thanks to the measures precautionary measures adopted at the beginning of the pandemic and the ability to guarantee business continuity.
The success of the vaccination campaign national COVID-19 in achieving its objectives it confirms the strengthening of the health sector of the United Arab Emirates. Over 10 million doses of the vaccine have been administered at a distribution rate of 104.51 doses for every 100 people
"The UAE has proven to be one of the most successful models in pandemic management." Dr Saif Al Dhaheri said, adding that one of the country's achievements in the battle against the pandemic was making the vaccine available to all for free.
Sinopharm, Pfizer-BioNTech, Sputnik V and Oxford-AstraZeneca are the vaccines that are internationally approved and available to residents free of charge.
Dr Al Dhaheri noted that since the crisis began, the UAE community has been collaborating with national efforts to combat this pandemic by adhering to precautionary measures. He thanked all those who chose to vaccinate and protect the population and urged all members of the community to undergo the vaccination.