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The UAE Ministry of Health announced 3,434 new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the past 24 hours.
The ministry said it has been using state-of- the-art equipment to detect COVID-19 cases.
The health ministry said that 2,171 people recovered from the infection.
The health officials said that 15 people died due to COVID-19 related complications.
The authorities have urged people to abide by the laws and follow the social distancing guidelines.
The ministry expressed its sincere condolences to families of the deceased and prayed to the Almighty Allah for the speedy recovery of the infected patients.
The country's positive to total cases was 1%, which is the lowest compared to the European Union, the Middle East and North Africa, and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development countries.
“The increase in the number of injuries resulted from non-compliance, and the sterilisation programme may return in some areas if the cases continue to rise…”
Al-Hammadi also announced the registration of 198 new recoveries, bringing the total number of recoveries to 56,766, while no deaths were recorded and pointing out that 5,581 patients are currently receiving treatment.
The authorities said that they have registered 736 recoveries in the past 24 hours among the previous infected patients.
Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China in December 2019.
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