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48 Filipinos die in UAE due to Covid-19 complications, consulate confirms

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Forty-eight Filipinos have been reportedly died due to Covid-19 infection in the UAE.

In Dubai, 43 Filipinos have succumbed to the virus, while there were five in Abu Dhabi.

Out of 220 Covid-19 deaths in the country as of May 17, 22 percent of them or 48 in total are Filipinos.

The count on the number of Filipinos who died in the UAE due to the virus started last month.

Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes said in a dailybread.news.blog that 23 Filipinos have died in the last 10 days.

The latest Filipino death recorded is a high school official.

Ryan Namia
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