3 patients recover from coronavirus in UAE, 5 still under care


Daijiworld Media Network - Dubai (SHP)
 
Dubai, Feb 15: Around three cases out of the total eight recorded cases have recovered according to an announcement made by the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Saturday.
 
Last week, the ministry announced that Liu Yujia, a 73-year-old woman from China, was the first patient who had recovered fully from the disease. The two new patients who had recovered were also Chinese citizens, a 41-year old man, and his son, who was eight years of age, the ministry said.
 
 
The ministry stated that the recovery by the patients reflected the efficiency of the health system in the country and it displayed how the health and the safety of UAE citizens and residents was of strategic priority which it works on in coordination with the relevant authorities in the national system and harnesses national capabilities and resources.
 
The Emirates News Agency (WAM) accompanied Consul-General of China to the UAE, Li Xuhang, and Dr. Fatima Al Attar, Head of International Health Regulations at the Ministry, who visited the father and his son, to congratulate them on their complete recovery. The Chinese nationals expressed their thanks and appreciation to the UAE leadership for the care and medical attention they had received.
 
It is reported that the other five cases are still being continuously monitored and one of them is under intensive care.
 
 
  

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