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Gulf Today Report
The Ministry of Health and Prevention conducted additional 29,000 Covid-19 tests and revealed 781 new cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases to 18,198.
The new cases identified are undergoing treatment.
The Ministry also announced on Sunday that the total number of recovered cases of Coronavirus has reached 4,804 with full recovery of 509 more patients.
Also, The Ministry also announced that 13 people of different nationalities who tested positive for COVID-19 died due to complications.
This brings the total death toll to 198.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention expressed sincere condolences to the families of the deceased.
The UAE’s Health Ministry on Monday confirmed 172 new recovery of the coronavirus in the country. The ministry conducted 23,380 COVID-19 tests among UAE citizens and residents.
The baby was running a slight fever and started coughing, the same symptoms experienced by her 15-year-old bother. The mother, father and middle sibling all tested negative for the virus.
The visit was part of Sheikh Hamdan’s keenness to ensure the readiness of task forces in charge of the fight against COVID-19. He reviewed their efforts to ensure the highest level of safety for the community by monitoring potential and confirmed cases and taking appropriate measures to contain the spread of the virus.
Several hotels and one school across Abu Dhabi have contributed 1,030 rooms to Ma’an’s "Together We Are Good" programme to accommodate doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals and support staff working on the frontline.
Pakistan also reported 4,734 new virus cases, raising its overall infections to 93,983. With the latest 97 virus-related deaths, the highest 24-hour increase to its fatalities, as authorities urged volunteers to motivate people to adhere to social distancing regulations to contain the spread of the virus.
With the Hajj Committee announcing full refunds of the fees for the ensuing Hajj 2020 season, the pilgrimage dreams of thousands of Muslim faithful are shattered.
The group were travelling through Badakshan province to assist security forces in the area, officials said. A local commander was among the fatalities, provincial governor's spokesman Sanaullah Rohani told the media.