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Health body opens hotline for reporting suspected SARS cases

posted on 01/05/2003: 1371 views

The Health Services Authority in Abu Dhabi Emirate has decided to open a direct telephone line for the public to report any suspected cases of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). A medical team prepared to deal with suspected cases will be available round-the-clock and could be contacted on 02- 63 91 633. The move is part of the plan put in place by the health authorities in the country to prevent the disease from entering the UAE, said Ahmed Saeed Al Rumaithy, Assistant Under Secretary for health affairs at the Health Services Authority. He added that although the UAE is SARS-free, precautionary measures have implemented to ensure public safety. State-of-the-art equipment have been deployed in the airports to check passengers coming from countries with known records of SARS cases, he added. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM).


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