Health Got Covid-19-related questions? Just use this hashtag and Dubai...

Got Covid-19-related questions? Just use this hashtag and Dubai gov’t will answer you

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If you have more questions about coronavirus in the UAE, this is your chance to ask it to the government by posting it publicly on social media.

In a Facebook post by the Government of Dubai, it announces that they will be holding a session in their official social media accounts in cooperation with the Dubai Healthcare City Authority to answer confusion about the Covid-19 pandemic.

To participate, one should use #AskDXBdoctor.

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