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Gulf Today, Staff reporter
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) detected 298 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours.
The ministry said that it conducted 338,923 additional COVID-19 tests using state-of-the-art medical testing equipment.
The authorities said that 360 previously infected cases fully recovered from the dreaded disease.
The health experts said that one person died due to COVID-related complications.
The authorities have expressed sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and prayed for the speedy recovery of the infected cases.
The health ministry revealed that COVID-19 cases in the UAE have been gradually decline.
The authorities, along with undeterred commitment from the community members led to this achievement.
In a year’s time, it was on August 8, 2020, the UAE reported 283 cases.
The experts have urged members of the public to follow the precautionary measures to curb the spread of virus.
The authorities announced that a total of 53,859 doses were given in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of the doses to 941,556.
Nurse Ghada Mohammed, from SEHA Health, explained that any side effects of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine are usually mild and are normal. They can be treated with a painkiller.
The health authorities said the body's immune system recognises the foreign organism and produces antibodies to fight it.
The health experts said that a person died from COVID-19 related complications, bringing the total number of deaths to 2,044.
"Children who do survive this war will not only bear the visible wounds of traumatic injuries, but the invisible ones too," MSF International Secretary General Christopher Lockyear told the 15-member council.
The PML-N has nominated Maryam Nawaz as its candidate for the chief ministership. If elected, then Maryam would become the first-ever female chief minister in the country’s history.
They explained that the noise made by vehicles disturbs public peace and creates a state of panic, tension, and nervousness among other drivers, road users and residents of neighborhoods, especially children, patients and the elderly.
The newly signed pact aims to provide social support for citizens with limited income families who meet the conditions for eligibility for support.