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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
UAE Health Ministry conducted 63,000 Covid-19 tests and revealed 421 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 48,667. The new cases identified are undergoing treatment.
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 37,566 with 490 cases recovered on Tuesday after receiving treatment.
The ministry announced the death of one person who tested positive for COVID-19, due to complications. This brings the total death toll to 315.
The ministry expressed its sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and wished all COVID-19 patients undergoing treatment a speedy and full recovery.
The residents of UAE are advised to adopt healthy behaviours that will protect them from the infection or any kind of disease.
Residents should ensure they wash their hands with soap and water, cover their nose and mouth when sneezing to prevent the spread of germs and virus.
Health authorities are working to ensure sustainable efficiency in epidemiological surveillance and appropriate response to health emergencies in accordance with WHO standards.
A four-member team of medical specialists-researchers in Mayo Clinic (US) has raised the need for awareness regarding the use of two oral anti-malarial drugs for the treatment and cure of the Coronavirus19 (COVID19).
Their Highnesses thanked, on behalf of the people of the UAE, the team of doctors, researchers and support staff at ADSCC for their efforts in making this scientific breakthrough which will add to the global efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure health and safety of the people of the world.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) on Sunday revealed that it has conducted over 58,000 new COVID-19 tests as part of plans to expand the scope of tests in the country.
India saw a daily spurt of 48,648 coronavirus infections, taking its tally to 8.09 million, health ministry data showed on Friday.
India is the world’s second worst affected country, after the United States, which has nearly 9 million infections
Japan has eased travel curbs for China, Australia, South Korea and six other countries and regions, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Friday, as Tokyo steps up efforts to revive its economy while preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Japan’s move to embrace a climate target of carbon neutrality by 2050 could open the way for the beleaguered nuclear industry to fire up again, nearly a decade after the Fukushima disaster shut down most of the country’s reactors.