Covid-19 in UAE: 102 new cases, 1 death confirmed on Sunday
Total recoveries in the UAE stand at 58 as of March 29.
UAE confirmed 102 new coronavirus (Covid-19) cases on Sunday, along with three new recoveries, Wam reported.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Health and Prevention, 102 new cases were confirmed, taking the total cases in the country to 570.
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The three new recoveries takes the total tally of recoveries to 58.
The statement said that the newly recovered nationals included one person from the Philippines and two people from India.
Another person died from the virus, taking the toll to three in UAE, until March 29.
The new cases are nationals of the following countries:
- One from New Zealand, Slovakia, Morocco, Greece, China, France, Germany, Algeria, Iraq, Colombia, Venezuela, Poland
- Two people from Brazil, Sweden, Australia, Ethiopia, Canada, Lebanon, Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Portugal
- Three cases from Italy and Ireland
- Six people from Egypt
- Seven people from the UAE and the Philippines
- 16 people from Britain
- 30 people from India.
All cases are stable and getting the necessary health care, the statement added.
The dead person was identified as a 47-year-old Arab woman, who was suffering from chronic diseases. Her case became further complicated due to the coronavirus, which resulted in her demise.
The Ministry expressed its regret and sincere condolences to the family of the deceased, and wished a speedy recovery for all the infected individuals.
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