UAE reports decline in new COVID-19 cases
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) stated a decline in new cases of coronavirus.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention stated that the health authorities of the country have recorded 991 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours.
So far coronavirus has claimed three lives in UAE and 1,576 have recovered from the deadly virus.
— WAM English (@WAMNEWS_ENG) August 26, 2021
The total number of confirmed coronavirus in the UAE is now 713,402 and the death toll has reached 2,031.
Whereas, 697,419 people have recovered completely from the contagious virus in the country.
Previously this week, the UAE proclaimed that unvaccinated students under 12 and inoculated students aged 12 and above will require to take a PCR test once a month after a gap of 30 days, starting from the first day of school.
Furthermore, the Schools in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are anticipated to restart from Sunday.
The health officials in the country want to ensure that everyone is secured during the physical classes.
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