UAE Health Minister takes first dose of county's COVID-19 vaccine
The UAE's health minister has been given the first dose of a vaccine designed to protect the public from coronavirus. He received a jab that was developed in a testing operation between the UAE and China, on the same day thecountry tested more than 100,000 peoplein 24 hours for the first time.
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