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Coronavirus: UAE reports 851 Covid-19 cases, 868 recoveries, 1 death – News

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More than 9.3 million Covid-19 tests have been carried out in the UAE so far.

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Sunday reported 851 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 868 recoveries. One death was also reported.

More than 106,000 new Covid-19 tests have been carried out, the ministry added, taking the total to over 9.3 million tests UAE so far.

Yesterday, the UAE rubbished a tweet attributed to the Ministry of Interior (MoI) warning about “another lockdown”. The ministry posted a screenshot of the fake tweet with a ‘FALSE NEWS’ stamp above it. The fake tweet reads: “(Sic) Due to steadily increasing coronavirus cases, we’ve decided impose another lockdown with immediate effect starting from Sunday and urge everyone to self quarantine. Stay at home and stay safe.” The ministry called on residents to obtain information from its official sources and not to circulate rumours or news issued by fake accounts.

Earlier today, it was announced that six sports establishments in Dubai were fined for flouting Covid-19 safety rules, while 10 others were let off with warning as inspection teams from Dubai Sports Council (DSC) and Dubai Economy continue to crack down on violating businesses.

The six sports establishments were fined over the weekend for failing to maintain the mandatory safe distance at the premises as well as non-compliance with the compulsory face mask orders.

Meanwhile, three restaurants in Ajman were shut down for violating Covid-19 precautionary measures and safety rules, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) announced on Saturday. Brigadier Khalid Mohammed Al Nuaimi, deputy director-general of police operations at the Ajman Police, said the three restaurants were shut down after authorities found them violating safety measures, in addition to failure to comply with public health conditions. All three restaurants will be temporarily closed till further notice. The NCEMA, Ajman, urged all establishments in the emirate to adhere to precautionary and preventive measures and maintain public health requirements.

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