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Good news! Covid-19 recovery rate in UAE now at 90%

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As of Monday, the Covid-19 recovery date of UAE is now at 90 percent, a top official from the Ministry of Health and Prevention announced. 

Abdul Rahman Bin Mohammad Al Owais, the minister of the health department in UAE, announced the good news visa a press briefing today. 

The Covid-19 test conducted in the country has already breached the 5 million-mark today. The aggressive Covid-19 testing of UAE among its citizens and residents led to the successful recovery of the patients. 

To date, the country has 61,163 Covid-19 cases; while the recoveries stand at 54,863. 

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