Health BREAKING: 4 new Covid-19 deaths and 479 new cases...

BREAKING: 4 new Covid-19 deaths and 479 new cases recorded in UAE


UAE announced 479 new coronavirus cases in the country, taking the total number of cases to 6,781.

The Ministry of Health and Prevention has also announced four deaths. The total number of deaths now stands at 41.

The fatalities include a Gulf citizen and three Asians. They have suffered from pre-existing chronic illnesses coinciding with coronavirus, which resulted in their death due to complications.

Meanwhile, 98 patients have also fully recovered and received necessary treatment. The total number of recoveries in the country is 1,286.

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