Fake news: viral photo slammed as fake by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company
Fake news: viral photo slammed as fake by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company

Fake news: viral photo slammed as fake by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company

An image that’s gone viral from The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company SEHA has been confirmed as a fake photo.

The photo quickly went viral on social media thanks to its new message.

The original message read ‘Stop the spread of germs.’ But the viral image had been updated to read ‘Stop the spread of germans.’

And the Abu Dhabi health authority was quick to spot the image and clarify what the image originally said.

In a post, SEHA said: “The following image that has been circulating around social media is photoshopped. Although we appreciate a good joke, SEHA would like to clarify that it is in no way associated with this image, its message, or its distribution. We love Germans just as much as we love all people.”

Fair play to SEHA for not only being quick to react to the fake photo but also dealing with it in such good humour!

Dubai temperatures set to soar this weekend bringing foggy mornings and beach days

It might have been the coldest start to a UAE year on record, but the sun is starting to come back with temperatures set to reach 30°C this weekend across Dubai.

As well as the rising temperatures in Dubai, there’s set to be a rise in humidity which is likely to mean more foggy mornings.

A blanket of fog is expected to hit on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning. And temperatures are expected to rise through the week to hit a high at the weekend. You can check out the monthly weather predictions from the National Centre of Meteorology below.

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