Coronavirus: UAE reports 779 new Covid-19 cases, 325 recoveries
Authorities have conducted over 2 million tests so far.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Tuesday announced 779 new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, as well as 325 recoveries.
MoHAP also reported 5 deaths in the country as a result of the disease.
The new cases were detected through 28,000 more tests.
The total number of infections stand at 31,086 as on May 26, while recoveries are 15,982. The death toll is 253.
Earlier on Monday, Minister Abdul Rahman Al Owais announced that the UAE had conducted an additional 41,000 tests, taking the total number of tests in the country to 2,044,493.
The ministry wished a speedy recovery to all patients, calling on the public to cooperate with health authorities and comply with all precautionary measures, particularly social distancing, to ensure their safety and protection.
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