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Covid-19 cases in UAE now 31,969 after reporting 883 cases on Wednesday

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The Ministry of Health and Prevention in the UAE announced 883 new Covid-19 infections on Wednesday, taking the total number of cases to 31,969.

Two new deaths have also been reported in the country on the same day. The total fatalities now related to the virus is now 255.

On the same day, the country also recorded 389 recoveries. The total number of patients who have recovered from the infection stands at 16,371.

“Following comprehensive assessment of Covid-19 situation, UAE Government decided to resume business activities, which is an important step for the national economy, but we will continue to strictly abide by precautionary measures and follow health practices and guidelines,” Dr. Amna Al Shamsi, MOHAP spokesperson, said in a statement.

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