UAE reports 614 new COVID-19 cases, 72,154 in total

At the same time, 639 more patients have recovered from the virus, taking the tally of recoveries in the UAE to 62,668, UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention said. On Feb. 2 and March 12, the iconic landmarks in the UAE, including Burj Khalifa in Dubai, were lit up twice in the colors of China’s national flag to show its solidarity with China. In late April, the Chinese…

DUBAI, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Thursday announced 614 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total confirmed cases in the country to 72,154.

At the same time, 639 more patients have recovered from the virus, taking the tally of recoveries in the UAE to 62,668, UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention said.

It has reported no death from COVID-19 during the past 24 hours. The nationwide death toll stands at 387.

The UAE was the first among the Gulf countries to report COVID-19 cases.

It has been showing solidarity with China in fight against the novel coronavirus. On Feb. 2 and March 12, the iconic landmarks in the UAE, including Burj Khalifa in Dubai, were lit up twice in the colors of China’s national flag to show its solidarity with China.

In late April, the Chinese consulate general in Dubai organized an online conference for Chinese doctors and medical experts to share experience in preventing and treating the coronavirus with UAE counterparts. Enditem

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