Health Coronavirus in UAE: 59 total, 4 patients are Emirati

Coronavirus in UAE: 59 total, 4 patients are Emirati

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The total number of coronairus in the UAE has now climbed to 59.

The Ministry of Health and Prevention has just announced 14 new cases today through its official Twitter account, bringing the total number to 59.

The new 14 cases includes four Emirati nationals, three Italians, two Nepalese, one Russian, Indian and Syrian.

The latest cases were discovered through ‘active and continuous investigation’ and examining those individuals who have direct contact with previously confirmed infected patients.

“The ministry and local health authorities recommend members of the community to adopt healthy habits that help protect individuals from infectious diseases, including washing hands well with soap and water, and covering the nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing to prevent the spread of germs and viruses,” the statement said.

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