Health UAE takes #StayHome campaign to a higher level by...

UAE takes #StayHome campaign to a higher level by waving message using a helicopter

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UAE has been urging its residents and citizens to stay at home as they disinfect the entire country to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Dubai Police has used patrol cars to bear the campaign’s message and lit Burj Khalifa with encouragement.

In Abu Dhabi, they’re taking it up a notch!

In a video re-uploaded by a community page, it shows a helicopter bearing the national flag and the message “Stay Home.”

Many residents appreciated with how the authorities take the situation seriously and think about the public’s health.

Currently, the country has over 3,000 coronavirus cases with 170 recoveries as of April 11, 2020.

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