The National Emergency Crisis and
Disaster Management Authority in the UAE are urging residents to get vaccinated. The authorities have explained that the vaccine
is the only way to control and combat the severity and spread of the diseases, especially given the
new mutations of the virus and expected effects.
"Help us protect you, we can visit
you at home to assess your medical condition and provide you with
the vaccine." NCEMA also said. New strains of COVID-19 been detected
in several countries in the world and the UAE health authorities are continuing to
focus on early detection and rapid intervention to reduce the spread of the disease through contact
tracing, isolation and quarantine procedures.
As a result, national and local efforts have been
combined to provide the vaccine through increasing the number of health centres in the UAE to more
than 150 medical centres, spread across the UAE. Want to register for the vaccine?
For Pfizer- BioNTech Vaccine, The Dubai Health Authority will be providing
it for free.
UAE residents can register and book appointments for vaccination through the
DHA app or the DHA’s toll-free number 800 342. If you want the Sinopharm vaccine, then it
is available at all clinics run by Seha, the emirate’s public health operator, and at
hospitals and clinics run by VPS Healthcare.