Coronavirus: UAE reports 94 cases of Covid-19, 123 recoveries, 1 death


The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health and Prevention reported 94 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus on Sunday, as well as 123 recoveries and 1 death.

More than 91 million PCR tests have been carried out in the country so far.


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Australia on Sunday authorized an increase in airline seats departing from Abu Dhabi, as quarantine requirements for Australian citizens and permanent residents from the United Arab Emirates end on November 1, 2021.

“Vaccinated Australians and permanent residents will not be subject to a mandatory quarantine upon arrival in Australia. Reservations are open through all channels for travel from November 1. If you are not vaccinated with one or more full doses of an approved vaccine, you will need to email us to book your flight, as seats per flight are limited. for unvaccinated customers, in accordance with government guidelines, ”Etihad Airways said on its website.

Meanwhile, Pakistan plans to operate more flights to the United Arab Emirates to meet growing demand, an official said on Saturday.

With all the mega-events unfolding in the UAE, many Pakistanis want to travel to the Emirates, which is driving demand and driving up air fares, said Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Pakistani Federal Minister of Information and from broadcasting, to the press. conference in Dubai.