98% cure rate of all injuries

The UAE records 50 consecutive days without deaths from “Corona”

  • Corona’s statistics reflect a balance in the country’s entry into the stage of recovery from the pandemic.

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Official statistics issued by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection showed that the country continued to maintain a global rate in the small number of deaths resulting from infection with the “Covid-19” virus, as the statistics showed that no deaths resulting from infection with “Corona” were recorded during 50 consecutive days.

The National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority announced that the UAE ranked ninth in the world in the percentage of low number of deaths, noting that the latest measures of “Covid-19” statistics in the country reflect a balance in the country entering the stage of recovery from the pandemic, where stability was observed in the decrease in the number of cases, and the continuation of the number of cases. Frequency of no deaths recorded for a significant period.

In detail, the country recorded "zero deaths" as a result of "Corona" injuries during the past 50 days (from March 8 to April 26).

Official statistics issued by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection showed that the recovery rate reached about 98% of the total cases registered in the country, while the percentage of active cases that are still receiving treatment amounted to about 1.8% of the total recorded injuries, all of which are stable cases, and subject to the necessary health care. .

The statistics showed that the rate of infection with the virus decreased during the last week to 0.1% of the total “PCR” examinations that were conducted, and the statistics showed that the average daily examinations during the last week amounted to 275,361.4 examinations, at a rate of 2784.1 examinations per 100,000 people, while the average Daily injuries during the same period are 238, at a rate of 2.4 per 100,000 people.

The average daily recovery cases amounted to 346.4 cases, a rate of 3.5 per 100 thousand.

No deaths were recorded, leaving the death rate from injuries to 0.0%.

The National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management confirmed that the past period witnessed a remarkable decrease in the number of cases of the “Covid-19” virus, and attributed this to the tireless efforts made by the health sector, where the state achieved fruitful achievements, indicating institutional and societal harmony at all levels, to address She stressed the continuation of the concerned authorities in the country in the search for best practices and ways to combat the epidemic, and the continuous and effective review globally and locally of the changes that may occur in the “Covid-19” virus, to activate a proactive response that guarantees adaptation and restoration of a new lifestyle based on health concern and community awareness.

The authority indicated that the UAE topped the world's countries with a population of more than one million people in dealing with the pandemic in the proportion of those who received the vaccine in full, according to the index of the countries best performing globally during the "Covid-19" pandemic, issued by our world in data global scientific website, noting. In the same indicator, the country also ranked second in the world in the percentage of examinations per 1000 people, and fourth in the world in the rate of vaccinations per 100 people, with the first place in the percentage of recipients of at least one dose of the vaccine globally.

It also ranked tenth globally in the number of examinations, and ninth globally in the number of deaths.

Doctors Walid Kamal, Muhammad Al-Sharqi, Mai Al-Sayed, and Nael Al-Saadi stressed the importance of social responsibility, and the pivotal role of community members in preserving the state's gains during the crisis, and moving forward to sustainable recovery, stressing the continuation of adhering to the precautionary measures from wearing masks, and leaving safe social distances. Constantly washing and sterilizing hands, avoiding gatherings, and other necessary precautions.

They pointed out that "adopting a culture of self-protection and social responsibility, and preserving the state's gains, are more important today than ever before, to maintain the stability we have reached," noting that "the successes achieved by the UAE in the battle to control the (Covid-virus) pandemic. 19) Behind her was a leadership that believed in work, achieving leadership and providing the best.

• 0.1% rate of infection with the virus during the last week of the total examinations.


• The UAE's success in the battle to control the virus is behind a leadership that believes in working to provide the best.

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