A few hours after a report that 11 new cases of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) were announced, the Ministry of Health and Prevention has announced that 3 of the previous cases are now symptom-free after receiving the necessary treatment and care from the hospital.
The 3 persons who have fully recovered include: 1 Bangladeshi, 1 Chinese, and 1 Italian, are symptom-free.
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Below are details of the coronavirus cases in the UAE as of March 12, 2020:
- Confirmed COVID-19 Cases – 85
- Recovered – 20
While we wait for updates from the proper UAE authorities regarding news about the corona virus, we would like to comment the efforts of the UAE government, medical staff and healthcare workers for attending to the patients especially in these times of crisis.
Below is the announcement from the Twitter account of the Ministry of Health and Prevention regarding the new cases of recovery:
Full recovery of a further three people from the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, bringing the total number of recovered cases in the country to 20#together_we_will_win_covid19#coronavirus#covid19#mohap_uae pic.twitter.com/nteyYlhSqZ
— وزارة الصحة ووقاية المجتمع الإماراتية – MOHAP UAE (@mohapuae) March 12, 2020
Below is the full report from the Emirates News Agency regarding the statement from MOHAP:
Three more people recover from coronavirus in UAE
Below is the full statement from MOHAP regarding these 3 recoveries:
The Ministry of Health and Protection announced the full recovery of a further three people from the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, bringing the total number of recovered cases in the country to 20.
The Ministry said in a statement today that the individuals – a Bangladeshi, a Chinese and an Italian – are now “symptom-free” after receiving the necessary health treatment in hospital.
The Ministry affirmed that the UAE’s handling of the cases, from diagnosis until recovery, reflects the strength of its health care system, thanks to the support of the leadership and its concern to provide the highest levels of health care for all.
It added that infected individuals are being dealt with according to the highest health standards, and are kept under close observation and the care of specialised medical teams who understand guidelines of the WHO.
Transmission of COVID-19
Meanwhile, please be advised of this quick tip regarding the transmission of the disease to further educate ourselves so we can also do our part in practicing the necessary preventive measures to combat the virus: