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UAE’s Covid-19 cases rise to 11,380; reports 7 new deaths


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The Ministry of Health and Prevention announced 541 new coronavirus cases in the country, total now stands at 11,380.

A total of 91 patients have also fully recovered from the virus, taking the total number of recoveries to 2,181.

Seven new deaths have also been recorded, total death toll is 89.

The ministry said that more than 25,000 tests have been conducted.

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