To date, more than 61.5 million tests have been conducted nationwide.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention reported 1,541 Covid-19 coronavirus cases on Thursday, as well as 1,497 recoveries and 5 deaths.
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Muslims all over the UAE are very happy because they will carry out Eid al-Adha prayers in the congregation this year. Prayer is performed on the first day of Eid al-Adha, which is July 20th this year.
On Thursday, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Agency (NCEMA) designated Covid safety rules that believers must strictly abide by.
At the same time, the UAE’s travel agency advised residents stranded abroad on Wednesday Avoid booking return tickets Until the government authorities issue the final date and procedures for resuming flights.
Although major airlines have provided air tickets to passengers in multiple countries, the General Administration of Civil Aviation (GCAA) and the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Agency (NCEMA) have yet to finalize the end date of the travel suspension.
Despite taking precautions, The UAE remains on the British red list Countries/regions after the government conducted a travel review on Thursday.
This means that only British and Irish nationals and UAE residents with British residency rights can travel directly to European countries-but they must be isolated at the hotel on arrival.
-New cases: 1,541
-New recycling: 1,497
-New death toll: 5
-Active cases: 20,197 pic.twitter.com/z6koiVye8j
-Khaleej Times (@khaleejtimes) July 15, 2021