A Dubai Hotel Is Lighting Up As A Sign Of Hope Amid Coronavirus

Dubai Media City’s Grand Plaza Mövenpick Hotel is inspring hope during the Coronavirus outbreak with a heartwarming light show on its facade.

Hotel lights up with a heartwarming message amid Coronavirus

As most UAE residents stayed under quarantine due to Dubai Municipality’s three-day-long disinfection program, the Grand Plaza Mövenpick Dubai Media City lit up its facade with a huge heart symbol last night, in solidarity with victims of the fatal Coronavirus. Dozens of social media users reacted to the heartfelt move. Check it out:

“During these challenging times, we want to send a heartwarming message of hope, unity, gratitude and recognition to all those who are helping in every way they can. We are all in this together. Stay home, stay safe.”

Grand Plaza Mövenpick Media City

Check out Burj Khalifa’s campaign in solidarity with Coronavirus

Our very own architectural icon, Burj Khalifa has been at the forefront of glowing its facade in tribute of Coronavirus-affected countries. Last February saw the skyscraper light up in the colours of China’s flag, followed by the Italian flag recently with a message, “We are with you.”

Recently, the Burj Khalifa has been communicating city-wide messages urging residents to stay home.

333 Coronavirus cases in the UAE

Coronavirus cases continue to increase in the UAE, with 333 confirmed patients, out of which 52 are making recoveries. The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) launched a string of healthcare centres situated across the northern emirates and are open around the clock. Here are the locations:

(Featured photograph credit: @kzh26)

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