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UAE’s Covid-19 cases climb to 48,246 after recording 449 new cases on Monday

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UAE has reported an additional 449 new Covid-19 cases on Monday, taking the total number to 48,246. 

Meanwhile, the number of recoveries has also climbed to 37,076 with 314 deaths as of today. 

The new cases were identified from the 43,551 additional Covid-19 tests among the citizens and residents over the past few days, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP). 

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