News Royal chopper waves UAE's flag with 'Stay Home' message

Royal chopper waves UAE’s flag with ‘Stay Home’ message

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A royal chopper belonged to the royal family has been spotted roaming in the clear skies waving the national flag with a very important message.

The video was re-uploaded by Facebook community page UAE Labours.

A chopper is seen carrying the UAE flag with ‘Stay Home’ message amid the 24 hours sterilization program in Dubai.

The authorities in Dubai imposed the extended the program from 10 hours to 24 hours for two weeks.

All expats and citizens are urged to stay home.

Those employees working in vital sectors and residents who are going outside their homes are mandated to obtain a permit via www.dxbpermit.gov.ae/home.

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