Amwaj Rotana shows appreciation to medical staff

The JBR hotel will display a heart on its exterior each evening

The hang a heart campaign is a worldwide drive to support medical staff
The hang a heart campaign is a worldwide drive to support medical staff

Amwaj Rotana in JBR has joined the worldwide campaign, hang a heart, to show its support to the medical workforce across the globe.

Each evening the hotel will light up its exterior to display a heart shape to send a message of solidarity to those keeping the population safe amid the current pandemic.

Amwaj Rotana GM Hossam Kamal said: “We would like to thank and spread love, hope and support to all the heroes in our community and the world who have taken the frontline to care for us and ensure we are safe during this difficult time. We should also continue to support their efforts by staying safe and staying at home.”

Elsewhere in the UAE, Hilton properties in Ras Al Khaimah have been lighting candles as a show of support for all those battling the COVID-19 issue and keeping everyone safe. 

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