UAE records highest COVID-19 single-day increase
By Qu Xiangyu
People's Daily app


Tons of medical equipment and coronavirus testing kits provided by the WHO are pictured at the al-Maktum International airport in Dubai on March 2, 2020 as it is prepared to be delivered to Iran with a United Arab Emirates military transport plane. (Photo: AF{)

Cairo (People’s Daily) - The United Arab Emirates reported on Thursday 331 new coronavirus (COVID-19) in 24 hours, including two fatalities and 29 patient recoveries, according to the Ministry of Health and Prevention.

The new patients are reportedly in stable condition and receiving necessary health care.

The latest cases bring the total number of recorded COVID-19 infections nationwide to 2,990, with full recoveries at 268.

The fatalities included one Asian and one Arab national who were both suffering from chronic diseases, which brought the death toll to 14.