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UAE is one of the safest countries in the world during pandemic, WHO says


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As UAE makes all efforts to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, the World Health Organization commend the entire government for making its residents and citizens safe during these trying times.

“In recent periods, the UAE has proven to be one of the safest countries in the world during the pandemic. In addition to being a leader in Covid-19 testing regionally, the UAE has also ranked in the top 3 countries globally,” the statement read.

The Ministry of Health and Prevention said in a statement that it reached 2.5 million Covid-19 test as of Saturday, June 6.

As of this writing, the country has 21,061 recoveries and 38,268 cases with 275 deaths.

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