Decrease Corona injuries to less than 1% in Abu Dhabi
Decrease Corona injuries to less than 1% in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Crisis and Disaster Emergency Committee announced that “Covid 19” cases decreased to less than one percent in Abu Dhabi city thanks to the ongoing national examination program.

The sterilization office achieved lower rates of confirmed cases for all tests in all regions of the UAE, according to the Abu Dhabi Media Office on Twitter on Sunday, and the test will continue in the Al Ain and Al Dhafra regions to reach a similar rate during the next 14 days.

"The Abu Dhabi authorities will continue to test their campaign and implement the highest precautionary and preventive measures," the authority said. "It requires the public to exercise caution and cooperate to preserve the achievements gained and protect public health."

In the first two weeks of the travel ban, more than 388,000 Abu Dhabi residents were tested for coronavirus.

The capital of the United Arab Emirates imposed travel restrictions to enter and exit the UAE and between its regions for the third consecutive week in line with the national examination program and to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Health: high incidence of recovery from corona

Today, Sunday, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health announced that 514 cases of Corona virus have been cured, bringing the total of those recovered to 31,240.

It also announced the registration of 505 new infections (Covid 19) during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases registered in the country to 39,650 cases, while seven deaths were recorded as a result of the disease, bringing the total number of deaths recorded until Sunday, 326 cases.

The ministry’s spokesperson, Dr. Abdullah Al-Sanad, said in the daily press conference that all previous cases that have been confirmed with the disease include those in contact with cases that have been confirmed infected and others under search for the source of infection and examining those in contact with it.

Al-Sanad said that the previous 505 cases included (231 cases of Kuwaiti citizens), at a rate of 45.74 percent and (274 cases of non-Kuwaitis), at 52.26 percent.

He added that the injured, according to the health districts, came with (142 cases in Al Farwaniyah health zone), (132 in Al Ahmadi health), (131 in Al Jahra health), (54 Bahli health) and (46 in the health capital).

On the highest residential areas in terms of recording HIV infection, it was mentioned that it came by 57 in Al Farwaniyah, 28 in Al Naseem, 22 in Al Abdali, 18 in Jleeb Al Shuyukh, 18 in Al Firdous, and 16 in Saad Al Abdullah.

With regard to the latest developments in intensive care, he pointed out that the number of those receiving medical care in intensive care is 186 cases, bringing the total of all cases that have been diagnosed with (Covid 19) and still receiving the necessary medical care 8084 cases.