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UAE Covid-19 tally rises to 11,929 with 549 fresh cases; total death toll stands at 98

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UAE has recorded 549 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, April 29, taking the total number to 11,929.

The total number of recovered patient in the country now stands at 2,329 after reporting 148 recoveries today.

Meanwhile, nine deaths have been recorded in UAE, taking the number of deaths to 98.

This is a developing story. More details to follow.

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