News BREAKING: Covid-19 cases in UAE continue rising each day,...

BREAKING: Covid-19 cases in UAE continue rising each day, total number stands at 14,739


After conducting mass testing again today, the Ministry of Health and Prevention confirmed the 567 new coronavirus cases in the country, taking the total number of casds to 14,730.

Meanwhile, 11 new deaths have also been reported, bringing the official death toll to 137.

The total number of recoveries reach to 2,966 after recording 203 fresh recoveries today, May 5.

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