GOOD NEWS: UAE has had a daily recovery average...

GOOD NEWS: UAE has had a daily recovery average of 100 cases for the past two weeks


As the number of Covid-19 cases in the country surges almost every day due to mass testing, the number of recovered cases in the country has also been rapidly increasing.

For the past two weeks, UAE has had a daily of recovery average of 100 cases in the past two weeks.

This reflects the effort of the country and its determination to continue caring for the public and prioritizing health.

As of April 25, the total number of patients who have fully recovered is now 1,887 after reporting 127 today.

UAE has been striving to increase Covid-19 tests to identify cases as early as possible. The country has put up 14 testing centres across the country, including drive-through testing facilities and home testing for people of determination.

According to a health spokesperson, the increase in cases in the country is already expected as they continue to perform more tests.

“To date, the UAE carried out more than a million Covid-19 tests. This number relflects the amount of efforts done by our front line healthcare providers across the UAE,” Abdul Rahman Al Owais, Ministry of Health and Prevention spokesperson, said.

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