Two people have been rescued following a gas cylinder explosion at a house in Dubai’s Al Khawaneej area.
Seventy-two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the UAE, while three people have recovered.
Business establishments in the UAE are extending further support to the country in the fight against COVID-19.
Dubai has announced free parking for motorists during the sterilisation programme, which runs until Sunday morning.
Mobile phone subscribers with expired ID documents need not worry as their connections will not be disrupted.
Motorists in the UAE whose driving licences are due to expire over the next three months can now renew them online.
Majority of the UAE's public sector workers have been directed to work from home for two weeks, starting Sunday, March 29.
The UAE has stressed the need for an "international response" to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Majority of private sector employees have been directed to work from home for two weeks, starting Sunday, March 29.
People caught violating the measures put in place to fight COVID-19 in the UAE will be fined between AED 500 and AED 50,000.
Dubai residents who wish to step out of their homes to buy essentials like food or medicine during the overnight disinfection drive will need to get approval online.
People who need to step out for emergencies during the hours of the UAE's National Sterilisation Programme don't need to apply for a 'move permit' anymore.
A UAE-led initiative to raise awareness about COVID-19 has drawn an incredible global response within a week of its launch.