Figures published by the University — which tracks coronavirus infections and deaths — showed that the latest data takes the total death toll to 30,985.
This act extends to all nationalities in the country. It is part of the "You among your family" initiative. So far, the UAE has recorded 35 deaths from the COVID-19.
China's National Health Commission reported 27 new confirmed coronavirus cases on April 17, up from 26 the day earlier, according to data published on Saturday.
The state of New York, the epicentre of the pandemic in the country, has reported 230,579 cases and 17,131 fatalities. According to the CSSE, a total of 3,574,392 people across the US have been tested for the deadly disease so far.
The total number of people diagnosed with the COVID-19 disease caused by the new virus reached 80,868, as the country recorded 1,374 new cases in the past 24 hours, the spokesman said.
Spain's death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak rose by 410 on Sunday, down from 565 on Saturday. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Saturday announced the nationwide coronavirus lockdown would be extended two weeks to May 9.
As countries begin to chart their path out of shutdowns, US President Donald Trump said the devastating pandemic could have been "stopped at the source" by China, suggesting the United States may seek damages.
The UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock told a video briefing most experts agree that the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t reached the poorest parts of the world, but may peak in the next three to six months.
The UAE Ministry of Health on Monday announced 484 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total of infections to 7,265, while two new deaths were reported as well, bringing the total fatalities' toll up to 43.
UAE Government announced the full recovery of 74 coronavirus patients after receiving the necessary healthcare, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,360.
Maharashtra remained the worst-hit state with the total number of cases rising to 9,318, with 400 deaths and 1,388 people recovering from the deadly virus. Gujarat was the next which has reported 3,744 cases so far followed by Delhi which has reported 3,314 cases, according to the Health Ministry data.