The Dubai Parks and Resorts' field hospital has discharged its final COVID-19 patient today.
The 1,200-bed facility, which was managed by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), celebrated the milestone after their last patient made a full recovery.
They also honoured frontline heroes who managed the field hospital and worked tirelessly to help those affected by the virus.
The facility, which was built in three weeks, the facility received its first ever coronavirus patient on April 24.
Since then, it has catered to more than 2,300 patients who tested positive for COVID-19, following the treatment protocols outlined by the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) and Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
Mubarak Hamad Al Darmaki, Chief Operation Officer, for the Dubai Parks and Resorts field hospital thanked government entities for their support.
ZERO CASE! 😍— ﮼مهره ✨ (@MahraAlmansoury) July 13, 2020
The field hospital, Dubai Parks and resorts is clear from any #Coronavirus cases. The last #Corona patient just went out recovered. Its just a pleasure to be Emirati. ♥️♥️♥️ pic.twitter.com/khHR8JJeT3
The Dubai Parks & Resorts Field Hospital is the second of SEHA’s three field hospitals to discharge the last patients.
In June, the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Center field hospital bid farewell to its last patient, after it successfully treated over 1,500 patients.
Over the course of the last few weeks, several SEHA facilities have been declared as COVID-19-free, including Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City, Al Tawam Hospital, and hospitals in the Al Dhafra region.