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Coronavirus news bulletin from UAE: 254 new cases reported; airlines’ terms to accept PCR test results from locally approved labs


UAE reports 254 new Covid-19 cases, 346 recoveries, no deaths 

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Saturday reported new 254 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 346 recoveries. The UAE once again recorded no deaths in the past 24 hours. The new cases were detected through additional 43,268 tests. The total number of cases as on August 1 stands at 60,760 with 54,255 total recoveries. The death toll remains at 351. The UAE has realised a new achievement as part of its continuous efforts and preventive and precautionary measures it put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19 and ensure the safety of the community. As part of its intensified testing campaign, active coronavirus cases in the country have been steadily declining over the past weeks.

Ora vola negli Emirati Arabi Uniti con i risultati della PCR da tutti i laboratori approvati nel tuo paese 

Passengers arriving from the countries where there are no UAE-approved laboratories available can conduct their polymerase chain reaction (PCR) Covid-19 test at any government-accredited laboratory in their country of departure, major UAE carriers and other airlines operating in the UAE have announced. Earlier, the UAE had announced all returning residents, visit visa holders and tourists must carry a PCR-negative test result from a Federal Authority of Identity and Citizenship (ICA) approved laboratory in partnership with the Pure Health network of laboratories. According to the airlines, in case a UAE-approved laboratory is not in the country of departure, residents and tourists can procure a test result from any government accredited laboratory in their home country. Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways and Air India Express are among the airlines that announced a reform in the earlier ruling.

I residenti negli Emirati Arabi Uniti entrano in vena festiva questo Eid Al Adha

Le celebrazioni di Eid Al Adha possono essere state tranquille e intime, ma per le famiglie degli Emirati Arabi Uniti – è stato, comunque, “il miglior giorno” dell’anno e sicuramente “un’esperienza da ricordare”. Mentre la maggior parte dei residenti ha preferito rimanere a casa e trascorrere del tempo con i propri cari su Eid Al Adha, altri come questa famiglia si sono recati in un centro commerciale ad Abu Dhabi per la loro gita del festival. Sebbene i festeggiamenti siano stati attenuati quest’anno a causa della pandemia, la tecnologia ha aiutato ad avvicinare le persone.

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