COVID-19: 3,072 new cases in UAE from more than 242,000 tests

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The UAE has confirmed 3,072 new cases of COVID-19 from 242,742 tests.

Another 2,026 people have recovered, taking the overall recovery tally to 389,304.

Meanwhile, 10 more patients have died, bringing the total number of fatalities to 1,296.

A total of 405,277 cases have been diagnosed in the UAE so far, out of which 14,677 are currently active.

 

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