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Coronavirus: UAE reports 68 Covid-19 cases, 168 recoveries, no deaths – News

Coronavirus: UAE reports 68 Covid-19 cases, 168 recoveries, no deaths – News

The total number of active cases is 15,053

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published: Saturday, December 31, 2022 at 6:04 pm

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention reported 68 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus on Saturday, with 168 recoveries and no deaths.

The total number of active cases is 15,053.

The new cases were detected through 22,113 additional tests.

As of December 31, the total number of cases in the UAE stood at 1,046,918, while the overall recovery rate was 1,029,517. The death toll remained at 2,348.

To date, more than 197,928,922 PCR tests have been performed in the country.

passengers from Covid-19 PCR mandatory for UAE to China Testing will begin next week as the Asian country prepares to lift quarantine restrictions on international travellers.

China will reopen its borders to foreign tourists from January 8.

From January 8, 2023 Beijing time, Chinese travelers from the UAE The Chinese Consulate General in Dubai stated that a negative PCR test result 48 hours before boarding must be presented.

“Those who test negative should make a health declaration to China Customs before traveling to China without applying for HS/HDC The QR code of the Chinese embassy or consulate general in the UAE. Passengers who test positive should wait until they test negative,” the consulate said in a statement on its website.

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