Sheikh Mohammed thanks all healthcare workers: “You are our champions today.”

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Ruler of Dubai, took to Twitter on Tuesday to thank our healthcare workers for their dedication and mission amid the outbreak which has become a pandemic.

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He shared an emotional video highlighting the sacrifices and praised the continuous efforts day and night of our heroes.

Below is the Tweet from Sheikh Mohammed:

thank you heroes uae

#ThankYouHeroes Dubai Ruler Pays Tribute to our Healthcare Workers,

“Thank you, our first line of defense. Thank you for your sacrifices and your watchfulness for the sake of the country. You are the protectors of the homeland today and its loyal soldiers.” – HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

The video caption reads:
I would like to thank doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers in hospitals
You are our champions today
Our first line of defense
You are fulfilling a great national duty of saving the lives of our citizens and residents
You are not alone
Your mission is great, but our determination is even greater
May God safeguard you and our people.
Wishing health and prosperity for our country and the world.

Please see the full video below:

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