Health The number of Covid-19 recoveries in UAE has reached...

The number of Covid-19 recoveries in UAE has reached 96

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A total of 35 new coronavirus recoveries has been recorded in UAE, bringing the total to 96.

The new set of fully-recovered patients have been treated after receiving adequate and necessary heathcare since entering hospitals.

Meanwhile, UAE has also reported 210 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 1,024.

These new cases have been identified through screening those who were in close contact with the previously announced cases.

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