DUBAI: UAE on Sunday recorded 851 new cases of COVID-19 and one death, bringing the total to 91,469 and 412 respectively.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention said 868 cases had recovered in the previous 24 hours, bringing the total to 80,544 since the pandemic emerged.
The ministry also said it had conducted 106,034 new coronavirus tests during the past 24 hours.
Meanwhile, during its daily inspections, Dubai Economy said it issued 22 fines and two warnings to commercial establishments for not adhering to anti COVID-19 measures.
— اقتصادية دبي (@Dubai_DED) September 27, 2020
Dubai Economy, in cooperation with Dubai Sports Council, said it also issued six fines and 10 warnings to sports facilities and sporting events in various regions of the emirate. The council had earlier issued detailed and precise instructions for each sporting facility and stadium.
The council said that the number of violations have decreased since previous weeks after it increased its efforts and renewed its call to training and fitness centers, academies and event organizers to fully adhere to instructions and apply preventive measures during their operational hours throughout the week.
Dubai Sports Council has been closing facilities and issuing penalties due to COVID-19 violations and last week it closed three facilities, issued nine fines and gave warnings to 35 other facilities
Elsewhere, Kuwait recorded 345 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 103,544, while the death toll stood at 601 after four new deaths were registered.
— وزارة الصحة - الكويت (@KUWAIT_MOH) September 27, 2020
Oman’s health ministry said the the total number of cases recorded in the sultanate has reached 97,450, with 909 deaths since the pandemic emerged.
— وزارة الصحة - عُمان (@OmaniMOH) September 27, 2020
In Bahrain, three deaths were reported, bringing the total to 242, and 586 new cases were confirmed.
Out of 9118 COVID-19 tests carried out on 27 September 2020, 586 new cases have been detected among 144 expatriate workers, 433 new cases are contacts of active cases, and 9 are travel related. There were 635 recoveries from #COVID19, increasing total recoveries to 62887 pic.twitter.com/hasQxGr1Qi
— وزارة الصحة | مملكة البحرين (@MOH_Bahrain) September 27, 2020