COVID-19 pandemic in the United Arab Emirates

COVID-19 pandemic in the United Arab Emirates
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationUnited Arab Emirates
First outbreakWuhan, Hubei, China
Index caseDubai[1]
Arrival date29 January 2020
(2 years, 3 weeks and 6 days)
Confirmed cases875,884[2]
Active cases25,258[3]
Recovered749,254[3]
Deaths
2,297[2]
Fatality rate0.26%
Vaccinations
  • 9,890,564[2] (total vaccinated)
  • 9,445,489[2] (fully vaccinated)
  • 24,021,213[2] (doses administered)
Government website
covid19.ncema.gov.ae/en

The COVID-19 pandemic in the United Arab Emirates is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The first confirmed case in the United Arab Emirates was announced on 29 January 2020. It was the first country in the Middle East to report a confirmed case.[4]

The first patient, a 73-year-old Chinese woman, was released on 9 February after recovering. The first two deaths were confirmed on March 20. On 22 March, Dubai started an 11-day sterilisation campaign as an effort to contain COVID-19. Night curfew was imposed four days later while the country began disinfection. School closure was first announced on March 8 for four weeks. Three weeks later, it was announced that schools will be closed until the end of the academic year.

Background

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On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.[5][6]

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003,[7][8] but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[9][7]

Timeline

COVID-19 cases in the United Arab Emirates  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
202020202021202120222022
JanJanFebFebMarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
JanJanFebFebMarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
JanJan
Last 15 daysLast 15 days
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-01-294(n.a.)
2020-01-304(=)
2020-01-315(+1)
5(=)
2020-02-087(+2)
2020-02-097(=)
2020-02-108(+1)
8(=)
2020-02-148(=)
2020-02-158(=)
2020-02-169(+1)
9(=)
2020-02-2111(+2)
2020-02-2213(+2)
13(=)
2020-02-2719(+6)
2020-02-28
21(+2)
21(=)
2020-03-03
27(+6)
2020-03-04
29(+2)
2020-03-05
30(+1)
2020-03-06
30(=)
2020-03-07
45(+15)
2020-03-08
45(=)
2020-03-09
59(+14)
2020-03-10
74(+15)
2020-03-11
74(=)
2020-03-12
85(+11)
2020-03-13
85(=)
2020-03-14
86(+1)
2020-03-15
98(+12)
98(=)
2020-03-18
113(+15)
2020-03-19
140(+27)
2020-03-20
140(=)
2020-03-21
153(+13)2(n.a.)
2020-03-22
153(=)2(=)
2020-03-23
198(+45)2(=)
2020-03-24
248(+50)2(=)
2020-03-25
333(+85)2(=)
2020-03-26
333(=)2(=)
2020-03-27
405(+72)2(=)
2020-03-28
468(+63)2(=)
2020-03-29
570(+102)3(+1)
2020-03-30
611(+41)5(+2)
2020-03-31
664(+53)6(+1)
2020-04-01
814(+150)8(+2)
2020-04-02
1,024(+210)8(=)
2020-04-03
1,264(+240)9(+1)
2020-04-04
1,505(+241)10(+1)
2020-04-05
1,799(+294)10(=)
2020-04-06
2,076(+277)11(+1)
2020-04-07
2,359(+283)12(+1)
2020-04-08
2,659(+300)12(=)
2020-04-09
2,990(+331)14(+2)
2020-04-10
3,360(+370)16(+2)
2020-04-11
3,736(+376)20(+4)
2020-04-12
4,123(+387)22(+2)
2020-04-13
4,521(+398)25(+3)
2020-04-14
4,933(+412)28(+3)
2020-04-15
5,365(+432)33(+5)
2020-04-16
5,825(+460)35(+2)
2020-04-17
6,302(+477)37(+2)
2020-04-18
6,302(=)37(=)
2020-04-19
6,781(+479)41(+4)
2020-04-20
7,265(+484)43(+2)
2020-04-21
7,755(+490)46(+3)
2020-04-22
8,238(+483)52(+6)
2020-04-23
8,756(+518)56(+4)
2020-04-24
9,281(+525)64(+8)
2020-04-25
9,813(+532)71(+7)
2020-04-26
10,349(+536)76(+5)
2020-04-27
10,839(+490)82(+6)
2020-04-28
11,380(+541)89(+7)
2020-04-29
11,929(+549)98(+9)
2020-04-30
12,481(+552)105(+7)
2020-05-01
13,038(+557)111(+6)
2020-05-02
13,599(+561)119(+8)
2020-05-03
14,163(+564)126(+7)
2020-05-04
14,730(+567)137(+11)
2020-05-05
15,192(+462)146(+9)
2020-05-06
15,738(+546)157(+11)
2020-05-07
16,240(+502)165(+8)
2020-05-08
16,793(+553)174(+9)
2020-05-09
17,417(+624)185(+11)
2020-05-10
18,198(+781)198(+13)
2020-05-11
18,878(+680)201(+3)
2020-05-12
19,661(+783)203(+2)
2020-05-13
20,386(+725)206(+3)
2020-05-14
21,084(+698)208(+2)
2020-05-15
21,831(+747)210(+2)
2020-05-16
22,627(+796)214(+4)
2020-05-17
23,358(+731)220(+6)
2020-05-18
24,190(+832)224(+4)
2020-05-19
25,063(+873)227(+3)
2020-05-20
26,004(+941)233(+6)
2020-05-21
26,898(+894)237(+4)
2020-05-22
27,892(+994)241(+4)
2020-05-23
28,704(+812)244(+3)
2020-05-24
29,485(+781)245(+1)
2020-05-25
30,307(+822)248(+3)
2020-05-26
31,086(+779)253(+5)
2020-05-27
31,969(+883)255(+2)
2020-05-28
32,532(+563)258(+3)
2020-05-29
33,170(+638)260(+2)
2020-05-30
33,896(+726)262(+2)
2020-05-31
34,557(+661)264(+2)
2020-06-01
35,192(+635)266(+2)
2020-06-02
35,788(+596)269(+3)
2020-06-03
36,359(+571)270(+1)
2020-06-04
37,018(+659)273(+3)
2020-06-05
37,642(+624)274(+1)
2020-06-06
38,268(+626)275(+1)
2020-06-07
38,808(+540)276(+1)
2020-06-08
39,376(+568)281(+5)
2020-06-09
39,904(+528)283(+2)
2020-06-10
40,507(+603)284(+1)
2020-06-11
40,986(+479)286(+2)
2020-06-12
41,499(+513)287(+1)
2020-06-13
41,990(+491)288(+1)
2020-06-14
42,294(+304)289(+1)
2020-06-15
42,636(+342)291(+2)
2020-06-16
42,982(+346)293(+2)
2020-06-17
43,364(+382)295(+2)
2020-06-18
43,752(+388)298(+3)
2020-06-19
44,145(+393)300(+2)
2020-06-20
44,533(+388)301(+1)
2020-06-21
44,925(+392)302(+1)
2020-06-22
45,303(+378)303(+1)
2020-06-23
45,683(+380)305(+2)
2020-06-24
46,133(+450)307(+2)
2020-06-25
46,563(+430)308(+1)
2020-06-26
46,973(+410)310(+2)
2020-06-27
47,360(+387)311(+1)
2020-06-28
47,797(+437)313(+2)
2020-06-29
48,246(+449)314(+1)
2020-06-30
48,667(+421)315(+1)
2020-07-01
49,069(+402)316(+1)
2020-07-02
49,469(+400)317(+1)
2020-07-03
50,141(+672)318(+1)
2020-07-04
50,857(+716)321(+3)
2020-07-05
51,540(+683)323(+2)
2020-07-06
52,068(+528)324(+1)
2020-07-07
52,600(+532)326(+2)
2020-07-08
53,045(+445)327(+1)
2020-07-09
53,577(+532)328(+1)
2020-07-10
54,050(+473)330(+2)
2020-07-11
54,453(+403)331(+1)
2020-07-12
54,854(+401)333(+2)
2020-07-13
55,198(+344)334(+1)
2020-07-14
55,573(+375)335(+1)
2020-07-15
55,848(+275)335(=)
2020-07-16
56,129(+281)335(=)
2020-07-17
56,422(+293)337(+2)
2020-07-18
56,711(+289)338(+1)
2020-07-19
56,922(+211)339(+1)
2020-07-20
57,193(+271)340(+1)
2020-07-21
57,498(+305)341(+1)
2020-07-22
57,734(+236)342(+1)
2020-07-23
57,988(+254)342(=)
2020-07-24
58,249(+261)343(+1)
2020-07-25
58,562(+313)343(=)
2020-07-26
58,913(+351)344(+1)
2020-07-27
59,177(+264)345(+1)
2020-07-28
59,546(+369)347(+2)
2020-07-29
59,921(+375)347(=)
2020-07-30
60,223(+302)349(+2)
2020-07-31
60,506(+283)351(+2)
2020-08-01
60,760(+254)351(=)
2020-08-02
60,999(+239)351(=)
2020-08-03
61,163(+164)351(=)
2020-08-04
61,352(+189)351(=)
2020-08-05
61,606(+254)353(+2)
2020-08-06
61,845(+239)354(+1)
2020-08-07
62,061(+216)356(+2)
2020-08-08
62,300(+239)356(=)
2020-08-09
62,525(+225)357(+1)
2020-08-10
62,704(+179)357(=)
2020-08-11
62,966(+262)358(+1)
2020-08-12
63,212(+246)358(=)
2020-08-13
63,489(+277)358(=)
2020-08-14
63,819(+330)359(+1)
2020-08-15
64,102(+283)361(+2)
2020-08-16
64,312(+210)364(+3)
2020-08-17
64,541(+229)364(=)
2020-08-18
64,906(+365)366(+2)
2020-08-19
65,341(+435)367(+1)
2020-08-20
65,802(+461)369(+2)
2020-08-21
66,193(+391)370(+1)
2020-08-22
66,617(+424)372(+2)
2020-08-23
67,007(+390)375(+3)
2020-08-24
67,282(+275)376(+1)
2020-08-25
67,621(+339)377(+1)
2020-08-26
68,020(+399)378(+1)
2020-08-27
68,511(+491)378(=)
2020-08-28
68,901(+390)379(+1)
2020-08-29
69,328(+427)379(=)
2020-08-30
69,690(+362)382(+3)
2020-08-31
70,231(+541)384(+2)
2020-09-01
70,805(+574)384(=)
2020-09-02
71,540(+735)387(+3)
2020-09-03
72,154(+614)387(=)
2020-09-04
72,766(+612)387(=)
2020-09-05
73,471(+705)388(+1)
2020-09-06
73,984(+513)388(=)
2020-09-07
74,454(+470)390(+2)
2020-09-08
75,098(+644)391(+1)
2020-09-09
75,981(+883)393(+2)
2020-09-10
76,911(+930)398(+5)
2020-09-11
77,842(+931)398(=)
2020-09-12
78,849(+1,007)399(+1)
2020-09-13
79,489(+640)399(=)
2020-09-14
80,266(+777)399(=)
2020-09-15
80,940(+674)401(+2)
2020-09-16
81,782(+842)402(+1)
2020-09-17
82,568(+786)402(=)
2020-09-18
83,433(+865)403(+1)
2020-09-19
84,242(+809)404(+1)
2020-09-20
84,916(+674)404(=)
2020-09-21
85,595(+679)405(+1)
2020-09-22
86,447(+852)405(=)
2020-09-23
87,530(+1,083)406(+1)
2020-09-24
88,532(+1,002)407(+1)
2020-09-25
89,540(+1,008)409(+2)
2020-09-26
90,618(+1,078)411(+2)
2020-09-27
91,469(+851)412(+1)
2020-09-28
92,095(+626)413(+1)
2020-09-29
93,090(+995)416(+3)
2020-09-30
94,190(+1,100)419(+3)
2020-10-01
95,348(+1,158)421(+2)
2020-10-02
96,529(+1,181)424(+3)
2020-10-03
97,760(+1,231)426(+2)
2020-10-04
98,801(+1,041)426(=)
2020-10-05
99,733(+932)429(+3)
2020-10-06
100,794(+1,061)435(+6)
2020-10-07
101,840(+1,046)436(+1)
2020-10-08
102,929(+1,089)438(+2)
2020-10-09
104,004(+1,075)442(+4)
2020-10-10
105,133(+1,129)443(+1)
2020-10-11
106,229(+1,096)445(+2)
2020-10-12
107,293(+1,064)446(+1)
2020-10-13
108,608(+1,315)448(+2)
2020-10-14
110,039(+1,431)450(+2)
2020-10-15
111,437(+1,398)452(+2)
2020-10-16
112,849(+1,412)455(+3)
2020-10-17
114,387(+1,538)459(+4)
2020-10-18
115,602(+1,215)463(+4)
2020-10-19
116,517(+915)466(+3)
2020-10-20
117,594(+1,077)470(+4)
2020-10-21
119,132(+1,538)472(+2)
2020-10-22
120,710(+1,578)474(+2)
2020-10-23
122,273(+1,563)475(+1)
2020-10-24
123,764(+1,491)475(=)
2020-10-25
125,123(+1,359)477(+2)
2020-10-26
126,234(+1,111)480(+3)
2020-10-27
127,624(+1,390)482(+2)
2020-10-28
129,024(+1,400)485(+3)
2020-10-29
130,336(+1,312)488(+3)
2020-10-30
131,508(+1,172)490(+2)
2020-10-31
132,629(+1,121)495(+5)
2020-11-01
133,907(+1,278)496(+1)
2020-11-02
135,141(+1,234)497(+1)
2020-11-03
136,149(+1,008)503(+6)
2020-11-04
137,310(+1,161)505(+2)
2020-11-05
138,599(+1,289)508(+3)
2020-11-06
139,891(+1,292)510(+2)
2020-11-07
141,032(+1,141)514(+4)
2020-11-08
142,143(+1,111)514(=)
2020-11-09
143,289(+1,146)515(+1)
2020-11-10
144,385(+1,096)518(+3)
2020-11-11
145,599(+1,214)520(+2)
2020-11-12
146,735(+1,136)523(+3)
2020-11-13
147,961(+1,226)528(+5)
2020-11-14
149,135(+1,174)528(=)
2020-11-15
150,345(+1,210)530(+2)
2020-11-16
151,554(+1,209)534(+4)
2020-11-17
152,809(+1,255)538(+4)
2020-11-18
154,101(+1,292)542(+4)
2020-11-19
155,254(+1,153)544(+2)
2020-11-20
156,523(+1,269)547(+3)
2020-11-21
157,785(+1,262)548(+1)
2020-11-22
158,990(+1,205)552(+4)
2020-11-23
160,055(+1,065)554(+2)
2020-11-24
161,365(+1,310)559(+5)
2020-11-25
162,662(+1,297)563(+4)
2020-11-26
163,967(+1,305)564(+1)
2020-11-27
165,250(+1,283)567(+3)
2020-11-28
166,502(+1,252)569(+2)
2020-11-29
167,753(+1,251)570(+1)
2020-11-30
168,860(+1,107)572(+2)
2020-12-01
170,149(+1,289)576(+4)
2020-12-02
171,434(+1,285)580(+4)
2020-12-03
172,751(+1,317)585(+5)
2020-12-04
174,062(+1,311)586(+1)
2020-12-05
175,276(+1,214)589(+3)
2020-12-06
176,429(+1,153)592(+3)
2020-12-07
177,577(+1,148)594(+2)
2020-12-08
178,837(+1,260)596(+2)
2020-12-09
180,150(+1,313)598(+2)
2020-12-10
181,405(+1,255)602(+4)
2020-12-11
182,601(+1,196)607(+5)
2020-12-12
183,755(+1,154)609(+2)
2020-12-13
184,949(+1,194)617(+8)
2020-12-14
186,041(+1,092)618(+1)
2020-12-15
187,267(+1,226)622(+4)
2020-12-16
188,545(+1,278)626(+4)
2020-12-17
189,899(+1,354)629(+3)
2020-12-18
191,150(+1,251)630(+1)
2020-12-19
192,404(+1,254)634(+4)
2020-12-20
193,575(+1,171)637(+3)
2020-12-21
194,652(+1,077)639(+2)
2020-12-22
195,878(+1,226)642(+3)
2020-12-23
197,124(+1,246)645(+3)
2020-12-24
198,435(+1,311)647(+2)
2020-12-25
199,665(+1,230)653(+6)
2020-12-26
200,892(+1,227)655(+2)
2020-12-27
201,836(+944)657(+2)
2020-12-28
202,863(+1,027)660(+3)
2020-12-29
204,369(+1,506)662(+2)
2020-12-30
206,092(+1,723)665(+3)
2020-12-31
207,822(+1,730)669(+4)
2021-01-01
209,678(+1,856)671(+2)
2021-01-02
211,641(+1,963)674(+3)
2021-01-03
213,231(+1,590)679(+5)
2021-01-04
214,732(+1,501)682(+3)
2021-01-05
216,699(+1,967)685(+3)
2021-01-06
218,766(+2,067)689(+4)
2021-01-07
221,754(+2,988)694(+5)
2021-01-08
224,704(+2,950)697(+3)
2021-01-09
227,702(+2,998)702(+5)
2021-01-10
230,578(+2,876)708(+6)
2021-01-11
232,982(+2,404)711(+3)
2021-01-12
236,225(+3,243)717(+6)
2021-01-13
239,587(+3,362)723(+6)
2021-01-14
242,969(+3,382)726(+3)
2021-01-15
246,375(+3,406)733(+7)
2021-01-16
249,808(+3,433)740(+7)
2021-01-17
253,261(+3,453)745(+5)
2021-01-18
256,732(+3,471)751(+6)
2021-01-19
260,223(+3,491)756(+5)
2021-01-20
263,729(+3,506)762(+6)
2021-01-21
267,258(+3,529)766(+4)
2021-01-22
270,810(+3,552)776(+10)
2021-01-23
274,376(+3,566)783(+7)
2021-01-24
277,955(+3,579)792(+9)
2021-01-25
281,546(+3,591)798(+6)
2021-01-26
285,147(+3,601)805(+7)
2021-01-27
289,086(+3,939)811(+6)
2021-01-28
293,052(+3,966)819(+8)
2021-01-29
297,014(+3,962)826(+7)
2021-01-30
300,661(+3,647)838(+12)
2021-01-31
303,609(+2,948)850(+12)
2021-02-01
306,339(+2,730)859(+9)
2021-02-02
309,649(+3,310)866(+7)
2021-02-03
313,626(+3,977)878(+12)
2021-02-04
316,875(+3,249)888(+10)
2021-02-05
320,126(+3,251)902(+14)
2021-02-06
323,402(+3,276)914(+12)
2021-02-07
326,495(+3,093)921(+7)
2021-02-08
329,293(+2,798)930(+9)
2021-02-09
332,603(+3,310)947(+17)
2021-02-10
336,142(+3,539)956(+9)
2021-02-11
339,667(+3,525)974(+18)
2021-02-12
342,974(+3,307)986(+12)
2021-02-13
345,605(+2,631)1,001(+15)
2021-02-14
348,772(+3,167)1,014(+13)
2021-02-15
351,895(+3,123)1,027(+13)
2021-02-16
355,131(+3,236)1,041(+14)
2021-02-17
358,583(+3,452)1,055(+14)
2021-02-18
361,877(+3,294)1,073(+18)
2021-02-19
365,017(+3,140)1,093(+20)
2021-02-20
368,175(+3,158)1,108(+15)
2021-02-21
370,425(+2,250)1,125(+17)
2021-02-22
372,530(+2,105)1,140(+15)
2021-02-23
375,535(+3,005)1,145(+5)
2021-02-24
378,637(+3,102)1,164(+19)
2021-02-25
381,662(+3,025)1,182(+18)
2021-02-26
385,160(+3,498)1,198(+16)
2021-02-27
388,594(+3,434)1,213(+15)
2021-02-28
391,524(+2,930)1,221(+8)
2021-03-01
394,050(+2,526)1,238(+17)
2021-03-02
396,771(+2,721)1,253(+15)
2021-03-03
399,463(+2,692)1,269(+16)
2021-03-04
402,205(+2,742)1,286(+17)
2021-03-05
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2021-03-07
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2021-03-08
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2021-03-09
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2021-03-10
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2021-03-11
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2021-03-12
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2021-03-14
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2021-03-15
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2021-03-16
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2021-03-17
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2021-03-18
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2021-03-19
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2021-03-20
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2021-03-21
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2021-03-22
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2021-03-23
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2021-03-24
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2021-03-25
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2021-03-26
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2021-03-27
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2021-03-28
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2021-03-29
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2021-03-30
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2021-03-31
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2021-04-01
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2021-04-02
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2021-04-03
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2021-04-04
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2021-04-05
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2021-04-06
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2021-04-07
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2021-04-08
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2021-04-09
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2021-04-10
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2021-04-11
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2021-04-12
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2021-04-13
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2021-04-14
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2021-04-15
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2021-04-16
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2021-04-17
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2021-04-18
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2021-04-19
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2021-04-20
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2021-04-21
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2021-04-22
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2021-04-23
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2021-04-24
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2021-04-25
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2021-04-26
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2021-04-27
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2021-04-28
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2021-04-29
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2021-04-30
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2021-05-01
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2021-05-02
523,795(+1,847)1,593(+2)
2021-05-03
525,567(+1,772)1,596(+3)
2021-05-04
527,266(+1,699)1,598(+2)
2021-05-05
529,220(+1,954)1,601(+3)
2021-05-06
530,944(+1,724)1,604(+3)
2021-05-07
532,710(+1,766)1,607(+3)
2021-05-08
534,445(+1,735)1,610(+3)
2021-05-09
536,017(+1,572)1,613(+3)
2021-05-10
537,524(+1,507)1,615(+2)
2021-05-11
539,138(+1,614)1,617(+2)
2021-05-12
540,646(+1,508)1,619(+2)
2021-05-13
542,158(+1,512)1,623(+4)
2021-05-14
543,610(+1,452)1,626(+3)
2021-05-15
544,931(+1,321)1,629(+3)
2021-05-16
546,182(+1,251)1,631(+2)
2021-05-17
547,411(+1,229)1,633(+2)
2021-05-18
548,681(+1,270)1,637(+4)
2021-05-19
550,029(+1,348)1,639(+2)
2021-05-20
551,430(+1,401)1,642(+3)
2021-05-21
552,920(+1,490)1,644(+2)
2021-05-22
554,516(+1,596)1,648(+4)
2021-05-23
556,107(+1,591)1,651(+3)
2021-05-24
557,619(+1,512)1,654(+3)
2021-05-25
559,291(+1,672)1,658(+4)
2021-05-26
561,048(+1,757)1,661(+3)
2021-05-27
563,215(+2,167)1,664(+3)
2021-05-28
565,451(+2,236)1,668(+4)
2021-05-29
567,263(+1,812)1,673(+5)
2021-05-30
569,073(+1,810)1,677(+4)
2021-05-31
570,836(+1,763)1,680(+3)
2021-06-01
572,804(+1,968)1,684(+4)
2021-06-02
574,958(+2,154)1,686(+2)
2021-06-03
576,947(+1,989)1,689(+3)
2021-06-04
579,009(+2,062)1,691(+2)
2021-06-05
581,197(+2,188)1,696(+5)
2021-06-06
583,071(+1,874)1,699(+3)
2021-06-07
585,039(+1,968)1,702(+3)
2021-06-08
587,244(+2,205)1,704(+2)
2021-06-09
589,423(+2,179)1,710(+6)
2021-06-10
591,613(+2,190)1,717(+7)
2021-06-11
593,894(+2,281)1,720(+3)
2021-06-12
596,017(+2,123)1,724(+4)
2021-06-13
597,986(+1,969)1,726(+2)
2021-06-14
599,823(+1,837)1,730(+4)
2021-06-15
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2021-06-16
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2021-06-17
606,128(+2,167)1,741(+3)
2021-06-18
608,070(+1,942)1,747(+6)
2021-06-19
610,179(+2,109)1,752(+5)
2021-06-20
612,029(+1,850)1,757(+5)
2021-06-21
613,993(+1,964)1,763(+6)
2021-06-22
616,160(+2,167)1,767(+4)
2021-06-23
618,148(+1,988)1,773(+6)
2021-06-24
620,309(+2,161)1,775(+2)
2021-06-25
622,532(+2,223)1,782(+7)
2021-06-26
624,814(+2,282)1,792(+10)
2021-06-27
626,936(+2,122)1,796(+4)
2021-06-28
628,976(+2,040)1,802(+6)
2021-06-29
631,160(+2,184)1,807(+5)
2021-06-30
632,907(+1,747)1,811(+4)
2021-07-01
634,582(+1,675)1,819(+8)
2021-07-02
636,245(+1,663)1,825(+6)
2021-07-03
637,877(+1,632)1,831(+6)
2021-07-04
639,476(+1,599)1,834(+3)
2021-07-05
641,049(+1,573)1,839(+5)
2021-07-06
642,601(+1,552)1,843(+4)
2021-07-07
644,114(+1,513)1,847(+4)
2021-07-08
645,653(+1,539)1,849(+2)
2021-07-09
647,182(+1,529)1,853(+4)
2021-07-10
648,702(+1,520)1,860(+7)
2021-07-11
650,220(+1,518)1,866(+6)
2021-07-12
651,762(+1,542)1,870(+4)
2021-07-13
653,284(+1,522)1,876(+6)
2021-07-14
654,813(+1,529)1,880(+4)
2021-07-15
656,354(+1,541)1,885(+5)
2021-07-16
657,884(+1,530)1,892(+7)
2021-07-17
659,449(+1,565)1,896(+4)
2021-07-18
660,978(+1,529)1,898(+2)
2021-07-19
662,486(+1,508)1,900(+2)
2021-07-20
664,027(+1,541)1,904(+4)
2021-07-21
665,533(+1,506)1,907(+3)
2021-07-22
667,080(+1,547)1,910(+3)
2021-07-23
668,601(+1,521)1,913(+3)
2021-07-24
670,108(+1,507)1,916(+3)
2021-07-25
671,636(+1,528)1,920(+4)
2021-07-26
673,185(+1,549)1,927(+7)
2021-07-27
674,724(+1,539)1,929(+2)
2021-07-28
676,251(+1,527)1,934(+5)
2021-07-29
677,801(+1,550)1,939(+5)
2021-07-30
679,321(+1,520)1,943(+4)
2021-07-31
680,858(+1,537)1,949(+6)
2021-08-01
682,377(+1,519)1,951(+2)
2021-08-02
683,914(+1,537)1,956(+5)
2021-08-03
685,462(+1,548)1,960(+4)
2021-08-04
686,981(+1,519)1,965(+5)
2021-08-05
688,489(+1,508)1,967(+2)
2021-08-06
690,009(+1,520)1,969(+2)
2021-08-07
691,554(+1,545)1,971(+2)
2021-08-08
692,964(+1,410)1,975(+4)
2021-08-09
694,285(+1,321)1,978(+3)
2021-08-10
695,619(+1,334)1,982(+4)
2021-08-11
696,906(+1,287)1,988(+6)
2021-08-12
698,166(+1,260)1,992(+4)
2021-08-13
699,381(+1,215)1,994(+2)
2021-08-14
700,587(+1,206)1,997(+3)
2021-08-15
701,776(+1,189)2,001(+4)
2021-08-16
702,885(+1,109)2,003(+2)
2021-08-17
704,000(+1,115)2,006(+3)
2021-08-18
705,089(+1,089)2,009(+3)
2021-08-19
706,166(+1,077)2,012(+3)
2021-08-20
707,236(+1,070)2,014(+2)
2021-08-21
708,302(+1,066)2,018(+4)
2021-08-22
709,378(+1,076)2,020(+2)
2021-08-23
710,438(+1,060)2,024(+4)
2021-08-24
711,428(+990)2,026(+2)
2021-08-25
712,411(+983)2,028(+2)
2021-08-26
713,402(+991)2,031(+3)
2021-08-27
714,396(+994)2,035(+4)
2021-08-28
715,394(+998)2,036(+1)
2021-08-29
716,381(+987)2,038(+2)
2021-08-30
717,374(+993)2,039(+1)
2021-08-31
718,370(+996)2,041(+2)
2021-09-01
719,355(+985)2,043(+2)
2021-09-02
720,330(+975)2,043(=)
2021-09-03
721,308(+978)2,044(+1)
2021-09-04
722,292(+984)2,045(+1)
2021-09-05
723,263(+971)2,046(+1)
2021-09-06
724,240(+977)2,048(+2)
2021-09-07
725,192(+952)2,050(+2)
2021-09-08
726,025(+833)2,053(+3)
2021-09-09
726,797(+772)2,057(+4)
2021-09-10
727,541(+744)2,060(+3)
2021-09-11
728,266(+725)2,062(+2)
2021-09-12
728,886(+620)2,062(=)
2021-09-13
729,518(+632)2,064(+2)
2021-09-14
730,135(+617)2,066(+2)
2021-09-15
730,743(+608)2,068(+2)
2021-09-16
731,307(+564)2,069(+1)
2021-09-17
731,828(+521)2,071(+2)
2021-09-18
732,299(+471)2,073(+2)
2021-09-19
732,690(+391)2,075(+2)
2021-09-20
733,003(+313)2,077(+2)
2021-09-21
733,325(+322)2,078(+1)
2021-09-22
733,643(+318)2,080(+2)
2021-09-23
733,972(+329)2,083(+3)
2021-09-24
734,275(+303)2,086(+3)
2021-09-25
734,596(+321)2,089(+3)
2021-09-26
734,894(+298)2,090(+1)
2021-09-27
735,180(+286)2,094(+4)
2021-09-28
735,457(+277)2,094(=)
2021-09-29
735,727(+270)2,095(+1)
2021-09-30
735,992(+265)2,097(+2)
2021-10-01
736,268(+276)2,100(+3)
2021-10-02
736,524(+256)2,100(=)
2021-10-03
736,708(+184)2,102(+2)
2021-10-04
736,897(+189)2,103(+1)
2021-10-05
737,073(+176)2,104(+1)
2021-10-06
737,229(+156)2,107(+3)
2021-10-07
737,373(+144)2,109(+2)
2021-10-08
737,509(+136)2,111(+2)
2021-10-09
737,655(+146)2,113(+2)
2021-10-10
737,766(+111)2,113(=)
2021-10-11
737,890(+124)2,114(+1)
2021-10-12
738,026(+136)2,115(+1)
2021-10-13
738,152(+126)2,116(+1)
2021-10-14
738,268(+116)2,117(+1)
2021-10-15
738,372(+104)2,118(+1)
2021-10-16
738,487(+115)2,118(=)
2021-10-17
738,586(+99)2,120(+2)
2021-10-18
738,690(+104)2,120(=)
2021-10-19
738,812(+122)2,122(+2)
2021-10-20
738,924(+112)2,124(+2)
2021-10-21
739,018(+94)2,126(+2)
2021-10-22
739,106(+88)2,128(+2)
2021-10-23
739,190(+84)2,129(+1)
2021-10-24
739,284(+94)2,130(+1)
2021-10-25
739,381(+97)2,131(+1)
2021-10-26
739,471(+90)2,134(+3)
2021-10-27
739,566(+95)2,135(+1)
2021-10-28
739,654(+88)2,135(=)
2021-10-29
739,736(+82)2,136(+1)
2021-10-30
739,824(+88)2,136(=)
2021-10-31
739,905(+81)2,136(=)
2021-11-01
739,983(+78)2,136(=)
2021-11-02
740,057(+74)2,137(+1)
2021-11-03
740,136(+79)2,137(=)
2021-11-04
740,209(+73)2,137(=)
2021-11-05
740,289(+80)2,138(+1)
2021-11-06
740,362(+73)2,139(+1)
2021-11-07
740,432(+70)2,140(+1)
2021-11-08
740,500(+68)2,142(+2)
2021-11-09
740,572(+72)2,142(=)
2021-11-10
740,647(+75)2,142(=)
2021-11-11
740,729(+82)2,142(=)
2021-11-12
740,801(+72)2,142(=)
2021-11-13
740,879(+78)2,143(+1)
2021-11-14
740,945(+66)2,143(=)
2021-11-15
741,006(+61)2,144(+1)
2021-11-16
741,074(+68)2,144(=)
2021-11-17
741,148(+74)2,144(=)
2021-11-18
741,214(+66)2,144(=)
2021-11-19
741,291(+77)2,144(=)
2021-11-20
741,370(+79)2,144(=)
2021-11-21
741,433(+63)2,144(=)
2021-11-22
741,500(+67)2,144(=)
2021-11-23
741,570(+70)2,144(=)
2021-11-24
741,643(+73)2,145(+1)
2021-11-25
741,720(+77)2,145(=)
2021-11-26
741,790(+70)2,145(=)
2021-11-27
741,858(+68)2,145(=)
2021-11-28
741,918(+60)2,146(+1)
2021-11-29
741,976(+58)2,146(=)
2021-11-30
742,041(+65)2,147(+1)
2021-12-01
742,109(+68)2,148(+1)
2021-12-02
742,173(+64)2,148(=)
2021-12-03
742,227(+54)2,148(=)
2021-12-04
742,278(+51)2,148(=)
2021-12-05
742,328(+50)2,148(=)
2021-12-06
742,376(+48)2,149(+1)
2021-12-07
742,438(+62)2,149(=)
2021-12-08
742,507(+69)2,149(=)
2021-12-09
742,567(+60)2,149(=)
2021-12-10
742,641(+74)2,151(+2)
2021-12-11
742,719(+78)2,151(=)
2021-12-12
742,802(+83)2,151(=)
2021-12-13
742,894(+92)2,151(=)
2021-12-14
743,004(+110)2,151(=)
2021-12-15
743,152(+148)2,151(=)
2021-12-16
743,352(+200)2,151(=)
2021-12-17
743,586(+234)2,151(=)
2021-12-18
743,852(+266)2,151(=)
2021-12-19
744,137(+285)2,151(=)
2021-12-20
744,438(+301)2,152(+1)
2021-12-21
744,890(+452)2,154(+2)
2021-12-22
745,555(+665)2,154(=)
2021-12-23
746,557(+1,002)2,154(=)
2021-12-24
747,909(+1,352)2,155(+1)
2021-12-25
749,530(+1,621)2,156(+1)
2021-12-26
751,333(+1,803)2,158(+2)
2021-12-27
753,065(+1,732)2,159(+1)
2021-12-28
754,911(+1,846)2,160(+1)
2021-12-29
757,145(+2,234)2,160(=)
2021-12-30
759,511(+2,366)2,162(+2)
2021-12-31
761,937(+2,426)2,164(+2)
2022-01-01
764,493(+2,556)2,165(+1)
2022-01-02
767,093(+2,600)2,168(+3)
2022-01-03
769,608(+2,515)2,169(+1)
2022-01-04
772,189(+2,581)2,170(+1)
2022-01-05
774,897(+2,708)2,170(=)
2022-01-06
777,584(+2,687)2,170(=)
2022-01-07
780,211(+2,627)2,170(=)
2022-01-08
782,866(+2,655)2,173(+3)
2022-01-09
785,625(+2,759)2,174(+1)
2022-01-10
788,187(+2,562)2,174(=)
2022-01-11
790,698(+2,511)2,177(+3)
Source: National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) via official website

January 2020

On 29 January, the first case in UAE was confirmed to be a 73-year-old Chinese woman who came to the country on holiday with her family from Wuhan.[10][1] The family of four, 36-year-old mother,[11] 38-year-old father,[12] 10-year-old child,[12] and the 73-year-old grandmother arrived in the Emirates on 16 January and took the grandmother to a doctor with flu-like symptoms on 23 January, where it was discovered that the family was infected.[13] The announcement led to a sell out of face masks across the UAE.[14][15]

On 31 January, the fifth case of coronavirus in the UAE was confirmed, in someone who had travelled from Wuhan to Dubai.[16]

February 2020

On 8 February, the sixth and seventh cases, of Chinese and a 43-year-old Filipino, were confirmed.[17][18][19]

On 9 February, the first patient, a 73-year-old Chinese woman, was released after recovering.[20]

On 10 February, the eighth case was confirmed to be an Indian expatriate who had interacted with a recently diagnosed person.[21]

On 14 February, two more patients recovered and were discharged from the hospital. The two patients were a 41-year-old Chinese father and his eight-year-old boy.[22]

On 16 February, the ninth case was confirmed to be a 37-year old Chinese man.[23]

On 21 February, the tenth and eleventh case was confirmed to be a 34-year-old Filipino national and a 39-year-old Bangladeshi national who had contact with a Chinese national who had been diagnosed with the virus.[24]

On 22 February, the government announced that two more people, a 70-year old Iranian visitor, and his 64-year-old wife, have been diagnosed, taking the total to thirteen.[25]

On 27 February, six more new cases were announced, including four Iranians, one Bahraini, and one Chinese national.[11] On the same day, it was announced that case 2, of the 36-year-old Chinese woman, and another 37-year-old Chinese person were discharged after recovering.[11]

On 28 February, two Italian technicians visiting the country to participate in the UAE Tour, a top level cycling race, were tested positive.[26] 612 people involved in the UAE Tour were quarantined in the homes and the W Abu Dhabi hotel and the Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi hotel, both in Yas Island, and the two hotels were put on lockdown.[27][28] The 612 people were all screened and the results were negative.[29][30]

March 2020

On 1 March, six more people tested positive for the coronavirus in the UAE, the Ministry of Health and Prevention said, bringing the total number of infected persons to 27.[31] The patients include two Russians, two Italians, a German and a Colombian citizen, who had been in contact with two Italian participants of the UAE Tour who tested positive for coronavirus at the weekend.[31]

On 3 March, a 16-year-old female Indian student in Dubai tested positive for the coronavirus after contracting it from her parent who came back after traveling abroad. The parent developed symptoms five days after returning to Dubai. Both the student and her family were quarantined.[32]

On 5 March, the Ministry of Health and Prevention confirmed that a 17-year-old male Emirati student has tested positive for coronavirus and showed no symptoms of it. The student is now stable and is receiving necessary healthcare.[33]

On 6 March, two Chinese patients recovered, bringing the total number of recovered cases in the UAE to seven.[34] The two recoveries, a 38-year-old father and his 10-year-old child, were from the first family to contract the virus, and all members of the Chinese family are now virus-free.[12] On the same day, it was announced that 15 cases of different nationalities have tested positive for the virus, taking to 45 the total infections in the country.[34] 13 cases consisted of one individual each from Thailand, China, Morocco and India, two individuals each from Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Iran and three individuals from the UAE were detected through early reporting by individuals.[35][34] All these cases arrived from abroad.[34] Two cases, each from the UAE and Egypt, have been diagnosed with the virus by an active surveillance system for being in close contact with confirmed cases announced previously in connection with the UAE Tour.[34]

On 9 March, the UAE recorded 14 new cases, the Ministry of Health and Prevention said, bringing the total number of reported cases to 59. In a statement, the health ministry said the cases involve four Emiratis, three Italians, two Bangladeshis, two Nepalese, a Russian, an Indian and a Syrian national.[36][37] On the same day, it was announced that two Emiratis, two Ethiopians and a Thai national recovered from the virus, bringing to 12 the total recovered cases in the country.[38]

On 10 March, the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed 15 new cases, bringing the total number of infected people in the country to 74. The 15 cases involve three Italians, two Emiratis, two from the UK, two from Sri Lanka, two Indians, a German, a South African, a Tanzanian, and an Iranian.[39] On the same day, it was announced that five cases recovered, consisting for three Emiratis, one Egyptian and one Moroccan.[40]

On 11 March, 11 new cases were announced, bring the total number of cases in the UAE to 85.[41] The individuals were placed under quarantine as suspected cases subsequent to their entry into the UAE and following required testing and monitoring, the individuals were confirmed to be positive. The 11 individuals diagnosed include two Italians, two Filipinos, one Montenegrin, one Canadian, one German, one Pakistani, one Emirati, one Russian, and one British citizen.[42] On the same day, it was announced that a Bangladeshi, a Chinese, and an Italian person recovered from the virus, bringing the total number of recovered cases in the country to 20.[43]

On 15 March, 12 new cases were confirmed, bringing the total number of cases to 98. The patients are three Indians, and one each from the UAE, the Philippines, South Africa, Australia, China, Lebanon, the UK, Italy, and Iran.[44] On the same day, 3 people have recovered from the virus bringing the total number to 26, the people are two Emiratis and an Indian.[45]

On 18 March, 15 new cases were announced, with the total number of infected people to 113. Patients are from Kyrgyzstan, Serbia, Italy, Netherlands, Australia, Germany, USA, Greece, Russia, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Britain, and Spain.[46]

On 19 March, UAE confirmed 27 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday along with 30 recoveries in total. The total number of COVID-19 cases in UAE stands at 140, with five new cases including three Emiratis, one Syrian and one Sri Lankan.[47]

On 20 March, the first two deaths were confirmed.[48]

On 21 March, there were deaths of two patients with underlying health conditions.[49]

On 22 March, there were seven recoveries, and 13 new cases.[50]

On 23 March, UAE announces 45 new coronavirus cases. Total cases reported in the country are now 198.[51] The government urged people to stay in their homes and only leave home for an emergency or for work, said Ministry of Interior.[52]

On 24 March, four new recovery cases and 50 new cases were confirmed. These new cases were among individuals who had close contact with cases announced previously, as well as people who returned from abroad.[53]

On 25 March, UAE announced 85 new cases, for a total of 333 infections in the country, with seven recoveries reported by the official spokesperson of the UAE health service. Seven people recovered, for a total of 52 recoveries.[54] On the same day, 64 people were arrested for breaking home quarantine after they came in direct contact with people infected with the virus.[55]

On 27 March, 72 new cases and three recoveries were confirmed.[56]

On 28 March, the government announced 63 new cases of COVID-19, raising the total of confirmed cases to 468.[57]

On 29 March, the Ministry of Health and Prevention announced 102 new cases, taking the total cases in the country to 570. The 102 new cases patients consisted of one person from New Zealand, Slovakia, Morocco, Greece, China, France, Germany, Algeria, Iraq, Colombia, Venezuela, and Poland. Two people from Brazil, Sweden, Australia, Ethiopia, Canada, Lebanon, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, and Portugal. Three people from Italy and Ireland. Six people from Egypt. Seven people from the UAE and the Philippines. 16 people from Britain. 30 people from India. On the same day, the three new recoveries were announced takes the total tally of recoveries to 58, and another person died from the virus, taking the toll to three in UAE, until March 29.[58]

On 30 March, there were 41 new cases, for a total of 611. Two more deaths were announced, for a total of five, and there were three recoveries.[59]

On 31 March, 53 new confirmed cases were announced, for a total of 664, and one death for a total of six.[60]

April 2020

On 1 April, the Ministry of Health and Prevention announced 150 new coronavirus cases for a total of 814, with a total number of eight deaths from the virus.[61]

On 2 April, the Ministry of Health and Prevention announced 210 new cases for a total number of cases to 1,024, with 96 recoveries.[62]

On 3 April, 240 new cases were announced for a total of 1,264, with 108 having fully recovered, and one patient having died.[63]

On 4 April, the Ministry of Health and Prevention reported another 241 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of COVID-19 patients to 1,505.[64]

On 5 April, the Ministry of Health and Prevention reported 294 new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, taking the total number of cases in the country to 1,799. MoHAP also announced 19 new recoveries, taking the total number of recoveries to 144.[65]

On 6 April, the Ministry of Health and Prevention reported another 277 new coronavirus cases of different nationalities, bringing the total number of cases of infection to 2076, with 11 deaths from the virus, and a total of 167 recovered patients.[66]

On 7 April there were 283 new cases, for a total of 2,359. There were 186 recoveries and 12 deaths due to coronavirus.[67]

On 8 April, 300 new cases and 53 new recoveries were announced, with the total number of cases standing at 2,659, with 239 recoveries.[68]

On 9 April, there were 331 new coronavirus cases and two deaths, with a total of 14 deaths.[69]

On 10 April, there were 370 new confirmed cases, for a total of 3,360. 150 patients recovered, bringing the total number of recovered cases to 418. There were two deaths from the virus, for a total of 16.[70]

On 11 April, there were 376 new cases of coronavirus, for a total of 3,736. The total number of recoveries rose to 588. Four patients died of the virus, bringing the total number of deaths to 20.[71]

On 13 April there were 398 new cases, and 172 new recoveries, for a total of 852.[72]

On 14 April there were 412 new cases, for a total of 4,933. There were 81 new recoveries, for a total of 933.[73]

On 15 April there were five deaths, and 432 new cases for a total of 5,365.[74]

On 16 April there were two deaths, and 460 new cases for a total of 5,825. There were 61 new recoveries, for a total of 1,095.[75]

On 17 April there were 477 new cases, for a total of 6,302. Two Emiratis died, and 93 patients recovered, for a total of 1,188 recoveries and 37 deaths.[76]

On 19 April there were 479 new cases, for a total of 6,781. There were 98 new recoveries, for a total of 1,286, and 41 deaths.[77]

On 20 April there were 484 new cases, for a total of 7,265. There were two deaths, taking the total to 43, and 74 recoveries, for a total of 1,360.[78]

On 21 April there were 490 new cases, for a total of 7,755. There were three deaths, taking the total to 46, and 83 recoveries, for a total of 1,443.[79]

On 22 April there were 483 new cases for a total of 8,238. 103 patients had recovered, for a total of 1,546. Six people died, bringing the number of deaths to 52.[80]

On 23 April there were 525 new cases for a total of 9,281, 123 new recoveries for a total of 1,760, and eight deaths for a total of 64.[81]

On 24 April there were 518 new cases among various nationalities. The total number of cases in the UAE reached 9,281.[82]

On 25 April there were 532 new cases among various nationalities. The total number of cases in the UAE reached 9,813. Additionally, the total number of people recovered reached 1,887.[83]

On 26 April there were 536 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 10,349. The government also announced the recovery of 91 additional cases.[84]

On 27 April there were 490 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 10,839. The government also announced the recovery of 112 cases.[85]

On 28 April there were 541 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 11,380. The government also announced the recovery of 91 cases.[86]

On 29 April there were 549 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 11,929. The government also announced the recovery of 148 cases.[87]

On 30 April there were 552 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 12,481. The government also announced the recovery of 100 cases.[88]

May 2020

On 1 May there were 557 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 13,038. The government also announced the recovery of 114 cases.[89]

On 2 May there were 561 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 13,599. The government also announced the recovery of 121 cases.[90]

On 3 May there were 564 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 14,163. The government also announced the recovery of 99 cases.[91]

On 4 May there were 567 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 14,730. The government also announced the recovery of 203 cases.[92]

On 5 May there were 462 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 15,192. The government also announced the recovery of 187 cases.[93]

On 6 May there were 546 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 15,738. The government also announced the recovery of 206 cases.[94]

On 7 May there were 502 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 16,240. The government also announced the recovery of 213 cases.[95]

On 8 May there were 553 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 16,793. The government also announced the recovery of 265 cases.[96]

On 9 May there were 624 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 17,417. The government also announced the recovery of 458 cases.[96]

On 10 May there were 781 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 18,198. The government also announced the recovery of 509 cases.[96]

On 11 May there were 680 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 18,878. The government also announced the recovery of 577 cases.[96]

On 12 May there were 783 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 19,661. The government also announced the recovery of 631 cases.[96]

On 13 May there were 725 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 20,384. The government also announced the recovery of 511 cases.[96]

On 14 May there were 698 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 21,084. The government also announced the recovery of 407 cases.[96]

On 15 May there were 747 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 21,831. The government also announced the recovery of 398 cases.[96]

On 16 May there were 796 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 22,627. The government also announced the recovery of 603 cases.[97]

On 17 May there were 796 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 23,358. The government also announced the recovery of 581 cases.[98]

On 18 May there were 832 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 24,190. The government also announced the recovery of 1,065 cases. This marks the first day where the number of recoveries surpasses the number of new cases found.[99]

On 19 May there were 873 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 25,063. The government also announced the recovery of 1,214 cases.[100]

On 20 May there were 941 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 26,004. The government also announced the recovery of 1,018 cases.[101]

On 21 May, There were 894 new cases bringing the total number of cases in UAE to 26,898. The government also announced the recovery of 946. The 4 new Deaths due to COVID-19 Were reported within UAE bringing the total number of deaths in UAE To 237.[102]

On 22 May there were 994 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 27,892. The government also announced the recovery of 1,043 cases.[103]

On 23 May there were 812 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 28,704. The government also announced the recovery of 697 cases.[104]

On 24 May there were 781 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 29,485. The government also announced the recovery of 561 cases.[105]

On 25 May there were 822 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 30,307. The government also announced the recovery of 601 cases.[106]

On 26 May there were 779 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 31,086. The government also announced the recovery of 325 cases.[107]

On 27 May there were 883 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 31,969. The government also announced the recovery of 389 cases.[108]

On 28 May there were 563 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 32,532. The government also announced the recovery of 314 cases.[109]

On 29 May there were 638 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 33,170. The government also announced the recovery of 412 cases.[110]

On 30 May there were 726 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 33,896. The government also announced the recovery of 449 cases.[111]

On 31 May there were 661 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 34,557. The government also announced the recovery of 386 cases.[112]

June 2020

On 1 June there were 635 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 35,192. The government also announced the recovery of 406 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 18,339[113]

On 2 June there were 596 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 35,788. The government also announced the recovery of 388 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 18,726.[114]

On 3 June there were 571 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 36,359. The government also announced the recovery of 427 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 19,153.[115]

On 4 June there were 659 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 37,018. The government also announced the recovery of 419 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 19,572.[116]

On 5 June there were 624 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 37,642. The government also announced the recovery of 765 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 20,337.[117]

On 6 June there were 626 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 38,268. The government also announced the recovery of 724 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 21,061.[118]

On 7 June there were 540 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 38,808. The government also announced the recovery of 745 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 21,806.[119]

On 8 June there were 568 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 39,376. The government also announced the recovery of 469 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 22,275.[120]

On 9 June there were 528 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 39,904. The government also announced the recovery of 465 cases, bringing the total number of recoveries to 22,740. There were two deaths bringing the total to 283.[121]

On 10 June there were 603 new cases bringing the total number of cases in the UAE to 40,507. The government also announced the recovery of 1,277 cases.[122]

July 2020

August 2020

September 2020

Government responses

Aid and repatriation

On 4 March, by the request of their countries' respective governments, 215 people stranded in Wuhan – from countries that include Syria, Iraq, Mauritania, Sudan, Brazil, Egypt, Yemen and Jordan – were flown to Abu Dhabi in a plane equipped with medical facilities.[123]

On 6 April, Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, owner of the ExCeL London conference centre, turned the conference centre into a coronavirus hospital for up to 4,000 patients in the UK. Two planes were chartered by Emirati government authorities to bring 80 Emirati nationals home from the UK.[124]

On 12 April, the UAE announced its intent to arrange repatriation flights for Indians and other citizens stranded in the Emirates and wishing to go back to their countries.[125]

Curfew

On 26 March, the UAE imposed a night curfew to begin disinfection.[126] On 28 March, the curfews and disinfection were extended to April 5.[127]

On 31 March, Al Ras area, one of Dubai's densely populated areas that's home to the gold souk and museums, was placed under lock down for two weeks preventing all residents from leaving or entering the area.[128]

On 4 April, a 24-hour curfew was imposed on Dubai, with stricter restrictions on movement,[129] which was reduced to 10-hours from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am starting April 24.[130]

On 17 May 2021, Dubai's Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management changed has increased the capacity of entertainment facilities and venues to 70% and the hotels capacity to 100%.[131]

Economy

On 23 March, the government shut malls for two weeks. Fish, meat and vegetable markets also closed for a renewable period of two weeks.[132]

On 23 April, both Abu Dhabi and Dubai governments announced that some restrictions were being reduced in respect to mall closures with their respective economic departments stating that they were consulting with stakeholders in opening malls in line with government plans for a gradual increase in economic activity in the country. The types of shops allowed to reopen were very limited with regulations to not exceed 30% capacity at any time.[133]

Following the economic downfall of the coronavirus pandemic, the UAE government in July 2020 announced a broad restructuring and merger of more than 50% of its federal agencies, including ministries and departments.[134]

On 4 September 2020, the government announced the sale of $2 billion worth of Islamic and conventional bonds as its first international debt markets sale in the past six years. The government entered the public debt market in order to bolster the emirate's financial market impacted the economic crisis led by the COVID-19 pandemic. The debt sale included a $1 billion tranche for 10-year Sukuk, or 2.763% of Islamic bonds and a $1 billion tranche from a 30-year conventional bond at 4%.[135]

Many blue-collar, migrant workers from Asia and Africa lost their job in UAE due to the economic crisis led by COVID-19. As of October 9, 2020, a release in The Telegraph cited that many migrant workers in the UAE were abandoned without money and food, which led them to spending nights in public parks. White-collar jobs were also impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in UAE, leading many British expats to return home.[136]

A financial survival survey was conducted by the Friends Provident International (FPIL), which concluded that 57% of the workforce in the UAE is financially unprepared to survive 3 months in the unfortunate event of contracting an illness. The conclusion of the survey was drawn based on the responses provided by more than 1,000 UAE employees from across age, gender, nationality, income group, relationship status, and Emirate. It claims that more than two-thirds of Emirati, Arab Expat and Asian-origin workers feared losing their jobs in case of contracting a serious illness as the expats in the UAE are not provided with the same statutory benefits as compared to the Emirati citizens and those provided in their home countries.[137]

Flight suspensions between the UAE and Nigeria from June 21, 2021, due to COVID-19 increased problems for Nigerians working in the UAE. Many complained of visas getting expired and urged the UAE government to offer an early resolution to their problems. Yet, many continue to suffer without any aid from government sources.[138]

Education

On 3 March, UAE's Ministry of Education announced that schools and universities across the country will close for a month starting 8 March.[139] Spring break, which originally would begin on March 29, instead began on March 8 and lasted for two weeks. Distance learning was introduced during the remaining two weeks, with pupils learning from home.[140] On 30 March, UAE announced that the 2-week online "distance learning" for schools and universities would continue until the end of the academic year in June.

On 18 March, UAE advisory asking Emirati students abroad to immediately return if their university closes.[141] On 24 March, UAE called for all Emirati students studying abroad to return within 48 hours.[142]

Health

On 23 January, Abu Dhabi International Airport and Dubai International Airport announced that travelers arriving directly from China would have their temperatures screened.[143][144]

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) directed all DHA-licensed hospitals to consider all suspected and confirmed cases as emergencies and patients are to be treated free of charge, including those without insurance.[145] On 22 March, Dubai started a 11-day sterilisation campaign.[146] On 28 March, Abu Dhabi crown prince Mohammed bin Zayed announced that a new testing site had opened.[147]

Religion

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On 16 March, prayers at mosques and all other places of worship in the UAE were suspended.[148] Tarawih prayers were not allowed during Ramadan, and the only prayer held in grand Mosques with an Imam and two people was broadcast daily for Muslims to watch at home.[149] Also, several churches in the UAE had announced temporary closures and the suspension of Mass starting 12 March.[150]

Telecommunication

On 24 March, TRA unblocked Skype for Business, Google Hangouts. TRA explained that residents will now be able to use Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Blackboard, which are available on all networks in the country. Microsoft Skype for Business and Google Hangouts are compatible with fixed Internet networks.[151]

Tourism

Before January 2021, Dubai promoted itself as an ideal destination for pandemic vacation, as it became the world's first destination to open up for tourism.[152] However, within few weeks, the situation changed, where the tourism department of Dubai put a complete halt on all public places like hotels and restaurants that offered live entertainment. There was a rise in COVID-19 patients, and to accommodate them at hospitals, the authorities suspended all the non-urgent surgeries.[153] Dubai's decision to open tourism for travelers was criticized by a number of countries that blamed the Emirate for spreading the virus abroad.[154]

Transportation

Flights

On 22 March, Emirates announced that it will be suspending all passenger flights effective 25 March, but will continue to operate cargo flights for essential goods.[155] All passenger and transit flights were suspended. The suspension of flights from 25 March for an initial 14 days, subject to further directives by the relevant authorities.[156]

On 1 April, Emirates SkyCargo suspended operations at the Al Maktoum International Airport and moved them to the Dubai International Airport.[157]

Requirements upon arrival

All passengers travelling to Dubai from any point of origin (GCC countries included) must hold a negative COVID‑19 RT‑PCR test certificate for a test taken no more than 72 hours before departure, except for travel from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka (for which specific requirements are stated below).[158][159]

The certificate must be a Reverse Transcription‑Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT‑PCR) test. Other test certificates including antibody tests, NHS COVID Test certificates, Rapid PCR tests and home testing kits are not accepted in Dubai. Travellers must bring an official, digital or printed certificate in English or Arabic to check in – SMS certificates are not accepted. PCR certificates in other languages are acceptable if they can be validated at the originating station. Digital COVID‑19 certificates are accepted upon arrival at Dubai International airport verification points.[158][159]

COVID‑19 RT‑PCR test certificates must be issued by an authorised facility in the passenger's departure country. Certificates that have already been presented for travel to another destination can't be used for re‑entry even if they are still within the validity period.[158]

For passengers arriving from the following countries, it is mandatory that the COVID‑19 PCR report includes a QR code linked to the original report for verification purposes. The QR code must be presented at check‑in and to representatives of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) upon arrival in Dubai airports: Sudan, Lebanon, Egypt and Ethiopia.[158][160]

Passengers arriving in Dubai from the following countries will be required to take another COVID‑19 PCR test on arrival at Dubai International airport:

Afghanistan, Angola, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Poland, Philippines, Qatar, Rwanda, Russia, Senegal, Slovakia, Somaliland, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Zimbabwe.[159]

Trams and metro

On 29 March, the Dubai Metro and Dubai Tram were suspended until 26 April.[161][162][163]

Roads

On 27 March, Dubai lifted their ban on trucks weighting 2.5 tonnes.[164] On 31 March, Abu Dhabi installed a disinfection gate at one of its bus stations.[165] On 14 April, Inter-city bus services was suspended in Sharjah until further notice,[166] and Dubai Municipality issued a circular restricting the movement of workers to other emirates; where the transport of labor workers to areas outside of Dubai will be prohibited, as movement will be restricted to the boundaries of the emirate, the purpose of which is to restrict the outside entry of workers not residing in Dubai, and to be implemented to date[167]

Censorship

The UAE introduced criminal penalties for spreading false information and rumours related to the outbreak.[168][169]

Testing

On 22 April, Reuters reported that about hundreds of low-income migrant workers were seen queuing up across the road outside an Abu Dhabi hospital with the temperature outdoors exceeding 35 degrees Celsius, to get tested for Coronavirus. The tests were free of charge only if the person shows symptoms, has travel history, or has come in contact with a positive case. However, if not, the test costs around 370 dirham ($100). The doctors confirmed a sharp daily increase in the number of positive cases specifically in the densely populated communities that house low-income group workers.[170]

Abu Dhabi exhibitions now accept results from 96-hour COVID-19 PCR tests.[171]

Vaccine

In December 2020, the UAE started its Emirates-wide vaccination campaigns. On December 9 of 2020, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) announced that it will be offering the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine, and on December 22 of 2020, it announced the emergency registration of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine.[172]

For six months, the UAE launched a COVID-19 vaccination campaign, initially with the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine vaccine, then adding the Pfizer–BioNTech, Oxford–AstraZeneca and Sputnik V vaccines.[173] The vaccines are offered at a wide range of health centres and hospitals in all of the Emirates, and are given free of charge. The UAE currently offers four vaccines for eligible residents and citizens, one by Sinopharm, the other by Pfizer-BioNTech, the third Sputnik V and the latest by Oxford-AstraZeneca.[172]

In an effort to return to complete normalcy, UAE officials announced that starting June 6, 2021, those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine and have with them a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours will be allowed to attend events and activities in the country.[174] In Abu Dhabi, the Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee increased workplace attendance up to 60 percent in government entities and companies starting from May 30, 2021.[175]

By March 17, 2021, more than half of the population of the United Arab Emirates received the Pfizer–BioNTech and Sinopharm vaccines. Around seven million doses were distributed to more than 205 medical centers around the country.[176]

Vaccination Timeline

In March 2021, the UAE announced it intends on reaching herd immunity.[177] In April 2021, the UAE recorded a vaccination rate of 100.10 doses per 100 people. [178] The UAE's National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA) said that the UAE is at the top of the worldwide vaccine distribution rate, becoming the first country in vaccine distribution per 100 people worldwide. A month later, NCEMA reported that as of June 16, 2021, over 13,964,439 million vaccine doses had been administered since the beginning of the vaccination campaign.[179]

According to figures by NCEMA provided at the end of May 2021, more than 78.11 per cent of residents and citizens in the UAE have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Furthermore, 84.59 percent of those aged 60 and above have been vaccinated.[180] Covering that percentage prompted NCEMA in June 2021 to announce that it will be prioritizing booster shots for the elderly and those with chronic diseases as an additional part of its vaccination efforts. In Dubai, vaccination was also extended to 12 to 15-year-olds for the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine, according to Dubai's Media Office.[181]

Up to June 2021, the Reuters Covid Tracker reported that nearly 85 percent of the UAE's total eligible population had received at least one dose of a vaccine. The agency calculated that assuming every person needs 2 doses, that is enough to have vaccinated about 70.9% of the country's population.[182][183][184]

In Dubai in particular, by the middle of June 2021, about two-thirds of people eligible for vaccination against the virus had received two doses of the vaccine, stated the Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Out of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, Dubai is the most populated, and it has one of the world's busiest airports.[185] DHA deputy director general Alawi Alsheikh Ali has thus said that 83 percent of people aged over 16 - or about 2.3 million people - had now received at least one dose of a vaccine, and that 64 percent had received two doses in the emirate. However, the DHA also reported that nearly 20 percent of those most vulnerable to serious illness have not yet been vaccinated.[185][186]

China-UAE Vaccination Centre

In March 2021, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and Wang Yi, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister, met in the UAE to set up a regional vaccination for Chinese nationals.[187]

In May 2021, the centre was launched and a programme dubbed ‘Spring Sprout Action’ administered by the Dubai Health Authority allowed Chinese nationals over the age of 16 who hold a short-term visa without UAE residency to receive two doses of the Sinopharm vaccine.[188]

Hundreds of Chinese citizens on visit visas to the UAE took advantage of the programme.  The Chinese visitors were the first non-residents to be offered COVID-19 vaccines in the UAE. About 200 registered and received the vaccine at the Safa healthcare centre in Dubai.[189][190]

To facilitate the vaccination process, the DHA launched a booking facility via its official WhatsApp line. They stated that this was in an effort to facilitate the booking of appointments by using artificial intelligence. Before launching the WhatsApp booking option at the beginning of June 2021, residents booked their vaccine appointment either by telephone or via the official DHA smartphone app.[191][192][193]

Expired Visa Vaccinations in Abu Dhabi

In late June 2021, Abu Dhabi announced that it will be offering free COVID-19 vaccines to everyone with an expired residency visa or expired entry visa.[194] The move was done to help those who were affected by job losses or travel restrictions during the pandemic and so their visas have expired or have been cancelled when they were made redundant.[195][196]

As a result of confusion among the population, the Abu Dhabi Media Office issued a reminder that the decision does not include holders of valid tourist or visit visas.[197][198]

Those looking to get the vaccine through this decision can book the Sinopharm and Pfizer vaccines via the Seha app.[199]

Statistics

Graphs

Cumulative number of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths


Confirmed new cases per day

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UAE COVID-19 Data

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DateConfirmed CasesConfirmed DeathsRecoveriesTestsVaccinations
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29-Jan-20                          4                          4                        75                        75
February 2020
1-Feb-20                          1                          5                      183                      258
8-Feb-20                          2                          7                      574                      832
9-Feb-200                          7                          1                          1                  1,360                  2,192
10-Feb-20                          1                          80                          1                      437                  2,629
14-Feb-200                          8                          2                          3                      306                  2,935
16-Feb-20                          1                          90                          3                  2,107                  5,042
18-Feb-200                          90                          3                  1,651                  6,693
21-Feb-20                          2                        110                          3                  2,201                  8,894
22-Feb-20                          2                        130                          3                  4,096                 12,990
27-Feb-20                          6                        19                          2                          5                  1,325                 14,315
28-Feb-20                          2                        210                          5                  8,606                 22,921
March 2020
3-Mar-20                          6                        270                          5                  2,113                 25,034
4-Mar-20                          2                        290                          5                 12,724                 37,758
6-Mar-20                          1                        300                          5                 10,753                 48,511
7-Mar-20                        15                        45                          2                          7                  4,480                 52,991
9-Mar-20                        14                        59                          5                        12                   6,949                 59,940
10-Mar-20                        15                        74                          5                        17                  3,618                 63,558
12-Mar-20                        11                        85                          3                        20                  9,973                 73,531
14-Mar-20                          1                        86                          3                        23                 10,040                 83,571
15-Mar-20                        12                        98                          3                        26                  6,616                 90,187
17-Mar-20                        15                      1130                        26                 10,525               100,712
19-Mar-20                        27                      140                          5                        31                 13,857               114,569
21-Mar-20                        13                      153                          2                          2                          7                        38                 12,706               127,275
23-Mar-20                        45                      1980                          2                          3                        41                 16,748               144,023
24-Mar-20                        50                      2480                          2                          4                        45                  9,093               153,116
25-Mar-20                        85                      3330                          2                          7                        52                  9,536               162,652
27-Mar-20                        72                      4050                          2                          3                        55                 18,882               181,534
28-Mar-20                        63                      4680                          20                        55                  8,216               189,750
29-Mar-20                      102                      570                          1                          3                          3                        58                  9,098               198,848
30-Mar-20                        41                      611                          2                          5                          3                        61                   7,694               206,542
31-Mar-20                        53                      664                          1                          60                        61                 13,458               220,000
April 2020
1-Apr-20                      150                      814                          2                          80                        61                 20,480               240,480
2-Apr-20                      210                  1,0240                          8                        35                        96                 22,433               262,913
3-Apr-20                      240                  1,264                          1                          9                        12                      108                 31,402               294,315
4-Apr-20                      241                   1,505                          1                        10                        17                      125                 39,950               334,265
5-Apr-20                      278                  1,7830                        10                        18                      143                 58,348               392,613
6-Apr-20                      262                  2,045                          1                        11                        22                      165                 39,870               432,483
7-Apr-20                      268                  2,313                          1                        12                        18                      183                 58,294               490,777
8-Apr-20                      284                  2,5970                        12                        51                      234                 48,418               539,195
9-Apr-20                      313                  2,910                          2                        14                        28                      262                 40,000               579,195
10-Apr-20                      350                  3,260                          2                        16                      143                      405                 49,000               628,195
11-Apr-20                      356                  3,616                          4                        20                      162                      567                 20,000               648,195
12-Apr-20                      366                  3,982                          2                        22                        88                      655                 22,000               670,195
13-Apr-20                      377                  4,359                          3                        25                      164                      819                 23,380               693,575
14-Apr-20                      390                   4,749                          3                        28                        77                      896                 32,000               725,575
15-Apr-20                      409                  5,158                          5                        33                        96                      992                 41,425               767,000
16-Apr-20                      435                  5,593                          2                        35                        58                  1,050                 25,000               792,000
17-Apr-20                      452                  6,045                          2                        37                        89                  1,139                 24,000               816,000
18-Apr-20                      445                  6,4900                        37                        82                  1,221                 21,806               837,806
19-Apr-20                      453                  6,943                          4                        41                        93                  1,314                 25,795               863,601
20-Apr-20                      458                  7,401                          2                        43                        71                  1,385                 22,807               886,408
21-Apr-20                      464                  7,865                          3                        46                        79                  1,464                 20,165               906,573
22-Apr-20                      457                  8,322                          6                        52                        98                  1,562                 23,053               929,626
23-Apr-20                      490                  8,812                          4                        56                        87                  1,649                 25,506               955,132
24-Apr-20                      497                  9,309                          8                        64                      117                  1,766                 26,274               981,406
25-Apr-20                      504                  9,813                          7                        71                      121                  1,887                 21,984            1,003,390
26-Apr-20                      536                 10,349                          5                        76                        91                  1,978                 25,086            1,028,476
27-Apr-20                      490                 10,839                          6                        82                      112                   2,090                 26,195            1,054,671
28-Apr-20                      541                 11,380                          7                        89                        91                  2,181                 27,905            1,082,576
29-Apr-20                      549                 11,929                          9                        98                      148                  2,329                 26,524            1,109,100
30-Apr-20                      552                 12,481                          7                      105                      100                  2,429                 36,266            1,145,366
May 2020
1-May-20                      557                 13,038                          6                      111                      114                  2,543                 26,677            1,172,043
2-May-20                      561                 13,599                          8                      119                      121                  2,664                 18,428            1,190,471
3-May-20                      564                 14,163                          7                      126                        99                  2,763                 28,039            1,218,510
4-May-20                      567                 14,730                        11                      137                      203                  2,966                 25,231            1,243,741
5-May-20                      462                 15,192                          9                      146                      187                  3,153                 33,994            1,277,735
6-May-20                      546                 15,738                        11                      157                      206                  3,359                 41,134            1,318,869
7-May-20                      502                 16,240                          8                      165                      213                  3,572                 33,153            1,352,022
8-May-20                      553                 16,793                          9                      174                      265                   3,837                 29,866            1,381,888
9-May-20                      624                 17,417                        11                      185                      458                  4,295                 26,763            1,408,651
10-May-20                      781                 18,198                        13                      198                      509                  4,804                 32,597            1,441,248
11-May-20                      680                 18,878                          3                      201                      577                  5,381                 34,869            1,476,117
12-May-20                      783                 19,661                          2                      203                      631                  6,012                 37,112            1,513,229
13-May-20                      725                 20,386                          3                      206                      511                  6,523                 38,477            1,551,706
14-May-20                      698                 21,084                          2                      208                      407                  6,930                 35,735            1,587,441
15-May-20                      747                 21,831                          2                      210                      398                  7,328                 40,720            1,628,161
16-May-20                      796                 22,627                          4                      214                      603                  7,931                 37,844            1,666,005
17-May-20                      731                 23,358                          6                      220                      581                  8,512                 38,904            1,704,909
18-May-20                      832                 24,190                          4                      224                  1,065                  9,577                 43,732            1,748,641
19-May-20                      873                 25,063                          3                      227                   1,214                 10,791                 43,993            1,792,634
20-May-20                      941                 26,004                          6                      233                  1,018                 11,809                 50,377            1,843,011
21-May-20                      894                 26,898                          4                      237                      946                 12,755                 39,791            1,882,802
22-May-20                      994                 27,892                          4                      241                  1,043                 13,798                 35,686            1,918,488
23-May-20                      812                 28,704                          3                      244                      697                 14,495                 41,202            1,959,690
24-May-20                      781                 29,485                          1                      245                      561                 15,056                 28,282            1,987,972
25-May-20                      822                 30,307                          3                      248                      601                 15,657                 27,540            2,015,512
26-May-20                      779                 31,086                          5                      253                      325                 15,982                 38,628            2,054,140
27-May-20                      883                 31,969                          2                      255                      389                 16,371                 36,131            2,090,271
28-May-20                      563                 32,532                          3                      258                      314                 16,685                 42,624            2,132,895
29-May-20                      638                 33,170                          2                      260                      412                 17,097                 37,153            2,170,048
30-May-20                      726                 33,896                          2                      262                      449                 17,546                 30,147            2,200,195
31-May-20                      661                 34,557                          2                      264                      386                 17,932                 35,037            2,235,232
June 2020
1-Jun-20                      635                 35,192                          2                      266                      406                 18,338                 41,762            2,276,994
2-Jun-20                      596                 35,788                          3                      269                      388                 18,726                 54,823            2,331,817
3-Jun-20                      571                 36,359                          1                      270                      427                 19,153                 44,241            2,376,058
4-Jun-20                      659                 37,018                          3                      273                      419                 19,572                 52,996            2,429,054
5-Jun-20                      624                 37,642                          1                      274                      765                 20,337                 44,201            2,473,255
6-Jun-20                      626                 38,268                          1                      275                      724                 21,061                 32,679            2,505,934
7-Jun-20                      540                 38,808                          1                      276                      745                 21,806                 37,640            2,543,574
8-Jun-20                      568                 39,376                          5                      281                      469                 22,275                 47,201            2,590,775
9-Jun-20                      528                 39,904                          2                      283                      465                 22,740                 45,378            2,636,153
10-Jun-20                      603                 40,507                          1                      284                  1,277                 24,017                 44,167            2,680,320
11-Jun-20                      479                 40,986                          2                      286                   1,217                 25,234                 40,724            2,721,044
12-Jun-20                      513                 41,499                          1                      287                      712                 25,946                 43,013            2,764,057
13-Jun-20                      491                 41,990                          1                      288                      815                 26,761                 27,041            2,791,098
14-Jun-20                      304                 42,294                          1                      289                      701                 27,462                 38,036            2,829,134
15-Jun-20                      342                 42,636                          2                      291                      667                 28,129                 39,887            2,869,021
16-Jun-20                      346                 42,982                          2                      293                      732                 28,861                 40,478            2,909,499
17-Jun-20                      382                 43,364                          2                      295                      676                 29,537                 38,502            2,948,001
18-Jun-20                      388                 43,752                          3                      298                      704                 30,241                 34,364            2,982,365
19-Jun-20                      393                 44,145                          2                      300                      755                 30,996                 48,524            3,030,889
20-Jun-20                      388                 44,533                          1                      301                      758                 31,754                 40,876            3,071,765
21-Jun-20                      392                 44,925                          1                      302                      661                 32,415                 40,956            3,112,721
22-Jun-20                      378                 45,303                          1                      303                      631                 33,046                 44,291            3,157,012
23-Jun-20                      380                 45,683                          2                      305                      657                 33,703                 49,650            3,206,662
24-Jun-20                      450                 46,133                          2                      307                      702                 34,405                 49,152            3,255,814
25-Jun-20                      430                 46,563                          1                      308                      760                 35,165                 52,527            3,308,341
26-Jun-20                      410                 46,973                          2                      310                      304                 35,469                 58,741            3,367,082
27-Jun-20                      387                 47,360                          1                      311                      365                 35,834                 43,551            3,410,633
28-Jun-20                      437                 47,797                          2                      313                      577                 36,411                 63,970            3,474,603
29-Jun-20                      449                 48,246                          1                      314                      665                 37,076                 62,028            3,536,631
30-Jun-20                      421                 48,667                          1                      315                      490                 37,566                 56,177            3,592,808
July 2020
1-Jul-20                      402                 49,069                          1                      316                      594                 38,160                 54,358            3,647,166
2-Jul-20                      400                 49,469                          1                      317                      504                 38,664                 71,697            3,718,863
3-Jul-20                      672                 50,141                          1                      318                      489                 39,153                 47,930            3,766,793
4-Jul-20                      716                 50,857                          3                      321                      704                 39,857                 28,009            3,794,802
5-Jul-20                      683                 51,540                          2                      323                      440                 40,297                 44,192            3,838,994
6-Jul-20                      528                 52,068                          1                      324                      424                 40,721                 51,430            3,890,424
7-Jul-20                      532                 52,600                          2                      326                      993                 41,714                 49,777            3,940,201
8-Jul-20                      445                 53,045                          1                      327                      568                 42,282                 47,322            3,987,523
9-Jul-20                      532                 53,577                          1                      328                  1,288                 43,570                 58,504            4,046,027
10-Jul-20                      473                 54,050                          2                      330                      399                 43,969                 50,139            4,096,166
11-Jul-20                      403                 54,453                          1                      331                      679                 44,648                 34,478            4,130,644
12-Jul-20                      401                 54,854                          2                      333                      492                 45,140                 50,325            4,180,969
13-Jul-20                      344                 55,198                          1                      334                      373                 45,513                 34,478            4,215,447
14-Jul-20                      375                 55,573                          1                      335                      512                 46,025                 52,782            4,268,229
15-Jul-20                      275                 55,8480                      335                      393                 46,418                 48,534            4,316,763
16-Jul-20                      281                 56,1290                      335                      994                 47,412                 48,931            4,365,694
17-Jul-20                      293                 56,422                          2                      337                  1,036                 48,448                 48,561            4,414,255
18-Jul-20                      289                 56,711                          1                      338                      469                 48,917                 46,950            4,461,205
19-Jul-2021156,922133935249,26947,7234,508,928
20-Jul-2027157,193134035249,62127,2244,536,152
21-Jul-2030557,498134134349,96440,0504,576,202
22-Jul-2023657,734134239050,35447,0144,623,216
23-Jul-2025457,988034249450,84854,0964,677,312
24-Jul-2026158,249134338751,23546,9654,724,277
25-Jul-2031358,562034339351,62852,6274,776,904
26-Jul-2035158,913134455452,18251,1624,828,066
27-Jul-2026459,177134532852,51047,2294,875,295
28-Jul-2036959,546234739552,90543,6224,918,917
29-Jul-2037559,921034729753,20247,4834,966,400
30-Jul-2030260,223234942453,62655,2575,021,657
31-Jul-2028360,506235128353,90954,7275,076,384
August 2020
1-Aug-2025460,760035134654,25543,2685,119,652
2-Aug-2023960,999035136054,61542,4285,162,080
3-Aug-2016461,163035124854,86327,8115,189,891
4-Aug-2018961,352035122755,09029,3985,219,289
5-Aug-2025461,606235329555,38543,3695,262,658
6-Aug-2023961,845135435455,73950,7295,313,387
7-Aug-2021662,061235627656,01561,9785,375,365
8-Aug-2023962,300035623056,24563,7925,439,157
9-Aug-2022562,525135732356,56861,5445,500,701
10-Aug-2017962,704035719856,76658,9535,559,654
11-Aug-2026262,966135819556,96164,1105,623,764
12-Aug-2024663,212035823257,19372,6305,696,394
13-Aug-2027763,489035817957,37268,9645,765,358
14-Aug-2033063,819135910157,47382,3445,847,702
15-Aug-2028364,10223619857,57177,6405,925,342
16-Aug-2021064,312336412357,69465,1865,990,528
17-Aug-2022964,541036410057,79471,3226,061,850
18-Aug-2036564,906236611557,90959,7596,121,609
19-Aug-2043565,341136711358,02272,0266,193,635
20-Aug-2046165,802236913158,15372,2836,265,918
21-Aug-2039166,193137014358,29682,1916,348,109
22-Aug-2042466,617237211258,40870,0796,418,188
23-Aug-2039067,00733758058,48871,2166,489,404
24-Aug-2027567,28213769458,58271,2826,560,686
25-Aug-2033967,621137717258,75469,3096,629,995
26-Aug-2039968,020137831659,07057,4196,687,414
27-Aug-2049168,511037840259,47268,0436,755,457
28-Aug-2039068,901137938959,86179,6806,835,137
29-Aug-2042769,328037934160,20288,8036,923,940
30-Aug-2036269,690338239860,60087,9557,011,895
31-Aug-2054170,231238433160,93182,7637,094,658
September 2020
1-Sep-2057470,805038456061,49182,7727,177,430
2-Sep-2073571,540338753862,02979,6237,257,053
3-Sep-2061472,154038763962,66867,8217,324,874
4-Sep-2061272,766038749063,15880,9357,405,809
5-Sep-2070573,471138849463,65282,3337,488,142
6-Sep-2051373,98403882,44366,09587,3367,575,478
7-Sep-2047074,454239043866,53357,5067,632,984
8-Sep-2064475,098139141066,94371,3347,704,318
9-Sep-2088375,981239341667,35985,9177,790,235
10-Sep-2093076,911539858667,94582,0767,872,311
11-Sep-2093177,842039851768,46275,1777,947,488
12-Sep-201,00778,749139952168,98395,2878,042,775
13-Sep-2064079,489039946869,45184,6428,127,417
14-Sep-2077780,266039953069,98161,0848,188,501
15-Sep-2067480,940240165470,63586,8798,275,380
16-Sep-2084281,782140282171,45693,6828,369,062
17-Sep-2078682,568040266172,11792,9128,461,974
18-Sep-2086583,433140367372,79097,4698,559,443
19-Sep-2080984,242140472273,512103,1248,662,567
20-Sep-2067484,916040476174,27397,2518,759,818
21-Sep-2067985,595140581375,08672,3888,832,206
22-Sep-2085286,447040593976,02598,5288,930,734
23-Sep-201,08387,530140697076,995103,1999,033,933
24-Sep-201,00288,53214079427793793,6189,127,551
25-Sep-201,00889,540240988278,81992,0589,219,609
26-Sep-201,07890,618241185779,67698,1689,317,777
27-Sep-2085191,469141286880,544106,0349,423,811
28-Sep-2062692,095141391881,46276,8889,500,699
29-Sep-2099593,09034161,07682,53898,4129,599,111
30-Sep-201,10094,19034191,18683,724105,6159,704,726
October 2020
1-Oct-201,15895,34824211,17984,90391,2349,795,960
2-Oct-201,18196,52934241,16886,071107,1879,903,147
3-Oct-201,23197,76024261,05187,122117,81210,020,959
4-Oct-201,04198,80104261,00188,123108,90610,129,865
5-Oct-2093299,73334291,28789,41087,66910,217,534
6-Oct-201,061100,79464351,14690,556102,37910,319,913
7-Oct-201,046101,84014361,15492,710111,88210,431,795
8-Oct-201,089102,92924381,76993,479115,25810,547,053
9-Oct-201,075104,00444421,42494,903120,66510,667,718
10-Oct-201,129105,13314431,07095,973136,43010,804,148
11-Oct-201,096106,22924451,31197,284133,93510,938,083
12-Oct-201,064107,29314461,27198,55578,48311,016,566
13-Oct-201,315108,60824481,452100,00796,98911,113,555
14-Oct-201,431110,03924501,652101,659103,13211,216,687
15-Oct-201,398111,43724521,666103,325114,14711,330,834
16-Oct-201,412112,84934551,618104,943116,47011,447,304
17-Oct-201,538114,38744591,411106,354130,56711,577,871
18-Oct-201,215115,60244631,162107,516115,29311,693,164
19-Oct-20915116,51734661,295108,81177,29111,770,455
20-Oct-201,077117,59444701,502110,313112,19611,882,651
21-Oct-201,538119,13224721,501111,814105,74011,988,391
22-Oct-201,578120,71024741,550113,364114,48312,102,874
23-Oct-201,563122,27314751,704115,068120,35112,223,225
24-Oct-201, 491123,76404751,826116,894124,40412,347,629
25-Oct-201,359125,12324772,037118,931118,05812,465,687
26-Oct-201,111126,23434801,819120,75085,09312,550,780
27-Oct-201,390127,62424821,708122,458110,80712,661,587
28-Oct-201,400129,02434852,189124,647104,67312,766,260
29-Oct-201,312130,33634881,500126,147130,57312,896,833
30-Oct-201,172131,50824901,460127,607143,33613,040,169
31-Oct-201,121132,62954951,295128,902143,99113,184,160
November 2020
1-Nov-201,278133,90714961,606130,508112,54613,296,706
2-Nov-201,234135,14114971,516132,02471,46613,368,172
3-Nov-201,008136,14965031,466133,49096,99413,465,166
4-Nov-201,161137,31025051,493134,983116,08313,581,249
5-Nov-201,289138,59935081,135136,118131,63313,712,882
6-Nov-201,292139,8912510818136,936137,60613,850,488
7-Nov-201,141141,0324514672137,608132,34713,982,835
8-Nov-201,111142,1430514683138,291154,88214,137,717
9-Nov-201,146143,2891515668138,95985,64314,223,360
10-Nov-201,096144,3853518742139,701135,88314,359,243
10-Nov-20201,096144,3853518742139,701135,88314,359,243
11-Nov-20201,214145,5992520741140,442114,65314,473,896
12-Nov-20201,136146,7353523773141,215128,18614,602,082
13-Nov-20201,226147,9615528668141,883124,49414,726,576
14-Nov-20201,174149,135528678142,561125,91514,852,491
15-Nov-20201,210150,3452530691143,252126,91614,979,407
16-Nov-20201,209151,5544534680143,93284,15415,063,561
17-Nov-20201,255152,8094538715144,647105,02415,168,585
18-Nov-20201,292154,1014542890145,537116,39615,284,981
19-Nov-20201,153155,2542544932146,469120,04115,405,022
20-Nov-20201,269156,5233547840147,309129,55815,534,580
21-Nov-20201,262157,7851548771148,080133,00315,667,583
22-Nov-20201,205158,9904552791148,871110,95215,778,535
23-Nov-20201,065160,0552554707149,57881,55815,860,093
24-Nov-20201,310161,3655559683150,261100,01115,960,104
25-Nov-20201,297162,6624563783151,044113,22016,073,324
26-Nov-20201,305163,9671564826151,870136,35216,209,676
27-Nov-20201,283165,2503567838152,708145,10316,354,779
28-Nov-20201,252166,5022569741153,449148,24516,503,024
29-Nov-20201,251167,7531570736154,185137,20316,640,227
30-Nov-20201,107168,8602572714154,89987,51416,727,741
December 2020
01-Dec-20201,289170,1494576768155,667129,90016,857,641
02-Dec-20201,285171,4344580713156,380136,48316,994,124
03-Dec-20201,317172,7515585655157,035132,38017,126,504
04-Dec-20201,311174,0621586793157,828113,92817,240,432
05-Dec-20201,214175,2763589670158,49883,14617,323,578
06-Dec-20201,153176,4293592634159,13292,14717,415,725
07-Dec-20201,148177,5772594579159,71187,63517,503,360
08-Dec-20201,260178,8372596584160,295146,02017,649,380
09-Dec-20201,313180,1502598789161,084149,79817,799,178
10-Dec-20201,255181,4054602657161,741156,42517,955,603
11-Dec-20201,196182,6015607694162,435163,35218,118,955
12-Dec-20201,154183,7552609613163,048156,51318,275,468
13-Dec-20201,194184,9498617631163,679143,78118,419,249
14-Dec-20201,092186,0411618670164,34998,56218,517,811
15-Dec-20201,226187,2674622674165,023155,17618,672,987
16-Dec-20201,278188,5454626726165,749144,17418,817,161
17-Dec-20201,321189,8663629792166,541139,90918,957,070
18-Dec-20201,284191,1501630765167,306144,60219,101,672
19-Dec-20201,254192,4044634823168,129136,13219,237,804
20-Dec-20201,171193,5753637866168,995128,56219,366,366
21-Dec-20201,077194,6522639845169,84094,91119,461,277
22-Dec-20201,226195,87836421,611171,451140,05119,601,328
23-Dec-20201,246197,12436451,533172,984145,52319,746,851
24-Dec-20201,311198,43526471,495174,479138,91419,885,765
25-Dec-20201,230199,66566531,386175,865143,90120,029,666
26-Dec-20201,227200,89226551,542177,407157,46120,187,127
27-Dec-2020944201,83626571,265178,672152,14620,339,273
28-Dec-20201,027202,86336601,253179,925100,94620,440,219
29-Dec-20201,506204,36926621,475181,400153,15720,593,376
30-Dec-20201,723206,09236651,607183,007150,24420,743,620
31-Dec-20201,730207,82246691,435184,442146,72120,890,341
January 2021
01-Jan-20211,856209,67826711,577186,019145,16321,035,504
02-Jan-20211,963211,64136742,081188,100152,58821,188,092
03-Jan-20211,590213,23156791,609189,709125,23221,313,324
04-Jan-20211,501214,73236821,746191,455116,68721,430,011
05-Jan-20211,967216,69936851,866193,321153,64521,583,656826,301826,301
06-Jan-20212,067218,76646892,199195,520156,55321,740,209826,301
07-Jan-20212,988221,75456943,658199,178163,10021,903,30961,396887,697
08-Jan-20212,950224,70436972,218201,396166,43522,069,74453,859941,556
09-Jan-20212,998227,70257022,264203,660168,77022,238,51478,7931,020,349
10-Jan-20212,876230,57867082,454206,114171,95122,410,46566,2191,086,568
11-Jan-20212,404232,98237112,252208,366133,45822,543,92380,6831,167,251
12-Jan-20213,243236,22567172,195210,561151,48022,695,403108,4011,275,652
13-Jan-20213,362239,58767232,588213,149134,76822,830,171118,9281,394,580
14-Jan-20213,382242,96937262,671215,820126,62522,956,796133,2531,527,833
15-Jan-20213,407246,37677333,168218,988131,26223,088,058138,1541,665,987
16-Jan-20213,432249,80877403,118222,106151,09623,239,154131,9391,797,926
17-Jan-20213,453253,26157453,268225,374162,25123,401,40584,8521,882,778
18-Jan-20213,471256,73267512,990228,364142,38823,543,79388,7431,971,521
19-Jan-20213,491260,22357563,311231,675163,04923,706,84293,8462,065,367
20-Jan-20213,506263,72967623,746235,421162,94523,869,78795,7832,161,150
21-Jan-20213,529267,25847663,901239,322163,28524,033,07284,9192,246,069
22-Jan-20213,552270,810107763,945243,267170,69424,203,76693,0092,339,078
23-Jan-20213,566274,37677834,051247,318174,17224,377,93887,7202,426,798


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