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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The UAE Health Ministry conducted additional 71,000 Covid-19 tests, and revealed 716 new cases and three deaths on Saturday.
This brings the total number of cases to 50,857. The new cases identified are undergoing treatment.
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 39,857 with 704 cases recovered on Satuday after receiving treatment.
The ministry of health said the deceased people who tested positive for COVID-19, died due to complications.
The total death toll jumped to 321 in the country.
The ministry offered its sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and wished a speedy recovery to patients currently undergoing medical care.
The members of the public have been urged to adhere to all health guidelines and follow all instructions from relevant authorities, particularly those concerning social distancing, in order to ensure the health and safety of all.
The Ministry also announced the death of one patient due to complications arising from COVID-19.
The ministry also announced that the total number of recovered cases of COVID-19 has reached 680 with 92 cases fully recovered.
The Ministry announced the death of 6 people of different nationalities who were infected with the virus, and as a result of complications associated with other diseases.
Imran said that the ticket prices for the Peshawar BRT were "just right." "Our programmes should give priority to improving the lives of the common man. Everyone can afford the ticket which ranges from Rs10 (0.02 files) to Rs50 (Dh1.02). There are also tickets for students to make travelling easier for them and hospitals have been connected so people will no longer face difficulties in this regard.”
Volunteers will receive their second vaccine shot in the coming weeks, and undergo regular health checks with full ongoing support from over 140 doctors, 300 nurses, and many more support staff involved in the trials.
"Liberia, Sierra Leone, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Nigeria, Morocco are the first set of countries that committed to it," said John Nkengasong, head of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, based in Addis Ababa.