UAE affirmed 12 new coronavirus cases and imposed travel restrictions

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On Sunday, 12 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in UAE, whereas 23 individuals have made full recuperation from the novel coronavirus.

The UAE is set up to coronavirus pandemic, and the nation’s resources have been made accessible to guarantee general wellbeing and security, the nation’s top administration has assured.

The most recent positive tests add up to the complete number of cases in the nation to 98. Service of Health and Prevention said the patients are one each from the UAE, Australia, and South Africa, three individuals from India, China, Lebanon, Philippines, the United Kingdom, Iran, and Italy. All are in stable health and getting proper medical treatment.

WAM reported that the number of cases was related to those people who had come in contact with individuals entering from outside the nation. The rest had a trip abroad.

As of Sunday, More than 76,000 individuals have made full recuperation after recording positive tests for the infection, and there were more than 162,000 Covid-19 cases worldwide, prompting more than 6,000 deaths.

UAE officials have imposed travel restrictions in an attempt to reduce the spread of the pandemic. The passport holders who meet all requirements for a visa on entering the UAE will not be affected by the measures.

The Federal Authority for Identity gave a transitory suspension of entry visas into the Emirates, viable from Tuesday, to control the spread of Covid-19. The statement said, “please be notified that all types of entry visas issuance have been briefly suspended until further notification, aside from diplomatic passport holders and visa on arrival.” All flights to and from Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey will be suspended from March 17 until further notification. 

The UAE has upheld new measures to check the spread of coronavirus by shutting down parks, movie theaters, gyms, across the nation. The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority also announced the closure of exhibition halls, public libraries, and historical places until the end of March.

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