In the UAE, the number of Kovid victims per day has again crossed 2,000

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The number of Kovid 19 victims per day in the last 2 days in the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi is more than two thousand today. According to the Ministry of Health and Immunization, in the last 24 hours, Kovid 19 has been confirmed by 2,112 people and 2,191 have been cured. 3 people were killed.

This brings the total number of patients in the country to 4,78,131. Total number of survivors – 4,63,032. Hospitalized – 13,576. Total death toll – 1,523 officials said the patients were from different countries and were being treated well. Kovid has tested 2,49,014 new people in the United Arab Emirates.

Kovid patients should see a doctor before Ramadan

Authorities advised Kovid patients to consult a doctor before Ramadan. It has also issued guidelines to follow during Ramadan. Ras Al Khaimah Municipality has said that it will replace restaurant and café customers who do not meet Kovid safety standards. Shopkeepers are not obliged to return such customers

Kovid: Safety standards must be strictly followed

Officials advised everyone in the UAE to take extra precautions when meeting safety standards. Masks should be worn and social distance maintained. If it is not, the efforts of health workers working in the Iowa area will be in vain. Violations should be reported to the authorities via the Dubai Consumer App or 600545555 or by visiting the ConsumerEats.in website.

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