Coronavirus: United Arab Emirates reports 82 cases of Covid-19, 97 recoveries, no deaths – News


The new cases were detected thanks to 246,170 additional tests.

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Posted: Thu, 11 Nov 2021, 13:55

Last update: Thu, Nov 11, 2021, 2:00 PM

The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health and Prevention reported 82 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus on Thursday, as well as 97 recoveries and no deaths.

More than 95.9 million PCR tests have been carried out in the country so far.

The new cases were detected thanks to 246,170 additional tests.

The total number of cases in the UAE as of 11 November is 740,729, while the total number of recoveries stands at 735,270. The death toll now stands at 2,142.


Malaysia will reopen its borders to international visitors by January 1 at the latest, a government advisory board said Thursday, as the country seeks to revive its struggling tourism sector.

The Southeast Asian country has gradually reopened its economy in recent weeks as coronavirus infection rates slowed as part of an accelerated vaccination program.

More than three-quarters of Malaysia’s 32 million people are vaccinated, according to government statistics.

Former Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who chairs a council tasked with leading Malaysia’s economic recovery program, told reporters the tourism industry is recovering too slowly without foreigners and noted that operators need time to resume their activities.

Meanwhile, the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) has permanently closed its Covid-19 drive-thru center in Zayed Sports City.

Residents requiring Covid-19 PCR tests or vaccinations have been advised to make an appointment at other drive-thru centers.

Seha said the locations of the other centers can be found here:

The Abu Dhabi Ministry of Health (DoH) had recently announced that all private hospitals in the UAE capital were free from Covid-19 cases.

Hospital admission for Covid-19 cases is limited to Rahba Hospital in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain Hospital in Al Ain City and other field hospitals across the emirate.


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