"Reports by more than 56 laboratories indicated that we have had 1,178 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection in the past 24 hours," health ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour said in a televised news conference.
The spread of the virus has dampened Iran's celebrations for the Nowruz new year that begin on Friday. Authorities have urged people to stay home and avoid travelling during the new year holidays to help contain coronavirus contagion.
Right since the emergence of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in China, the UAE authorities have spared no effort in monitoring the spread of the virus in the country and handling it according to the highest medical standards.
As the country enters the third week of its 21-day lockdown, the total number of confirmed cases of novel coronavirus surged to 5,194 on Wednesday, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
A record one-day rise of 1,459 new cases of coronavirus, pushing its national case total to 10,131. The number of coronavirus-related deaths rose by 13 to 76, the national coronavirus crisis response centre said.
Medical professionals in the UAE unquestionably deserve huge praise for their relentless and valiant efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus, COVID-19, which has launched a war against humanity.
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company 'SEHA' has activated the registration and payment system allocated to conduct a coronavirus test at the Abu Dhabi Covid-19 Test Centre, through (SEHA application).
Only 6 women tested positive out of a total of 11,007 people screened; 4,296 checkups and screenings in Sharjah. Amongst the six cases detected at the 10th edition of the Pink Caravan Ride, two women were from Egypt and one each hailed from Morocco, Iran, Jordan, and Bangladesh.
Liquid Biopsy is a blood test that detects changes in normal DNA sequence shed by cancer cells in the blood.
The Government of India has liberalised the medical visa policy and has exempted the foreigners from getting their primary visa converted into medical visa for obtaining indoor treatment up to 180 days for seeking admission in a hospital owing to illness.