Health COVID-19: In a few weeks, UAE could reach its...

COVID-19: In a few weeks, UAE could reach its peak


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As UAE reports over 400 Covid-19 cases each day, medical experts have predicted that the country can reach its peak in a few weeks.

Experts claim that the ‘peak’ may happen in the middle of May or June, provided that social distancing measures are followed.

They added that when the number of cases started to decline, it means the curve has reached its peak.

“We are seing very positive outcomes among our patients and we expect to see the number of recoveries to rise now that patients have had the time to recover,” Dr. Maher Bilkis, Celeveland Clinic Abu Dhabi associate staff physician, said in a Gulf News report.

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