Iraq announced on Sunday that it recorded 63 deaths from the Corona virus, while Saudi Arabia recorded 30 deaths, confirming that the holy sites are free of HIV infections until the fifth day of the Hajj.
Kuwait also recorded 4 deaths, Qatar 3, and Palestine one death, in addition to 239 injuries in the Emirates, according to official data.
In Iraq, in a statement, the Ministry of Health recorded 63 deaths and 2,447 cases of coronavirus.
The ministry confirmed that the outcome of injuries rose to 129,151, including 4,868 deaths, 91,886 cases of recovery.
In Saudi Arabia, in a statement, the Ministry of Health monitored 30 deaths and 1,357 HIV infections.
The ministry stated that the total number of injuries rose to 278,835, among them 2,900 and 917 deaths, 240 thousand and 81 recovery cases.
Another statement from the Saudi Ministry of Health stated that “no infection of the Corona virus was recorded in the holy sites” until the fifth day of the Hajj.
In Kuwait, the Ministry of Health recorded, in a statement, 4 deaths and 463 cases of corona.
The ministry confirmed that the outcome of injuries rose to 67,911, including 457 deaths, 59,213 and recovery cases.
In Qatar, in a statement, the Ministry of Health monitored 3 deaths and 196 cases of epidemic.
The ministry said that the total number of injuries rose to 111,107, including 177 deaths, 107,779 recoveries.
In Palestine, the Ministry of Health announced in a statement, death registration and 225 HIV infections.
The ministry stated that the total number of injuries rose to 15,780, including 87 deaths, and 6,664 recoveries.
In the UAE, the Ministry of Health announced in a statement that it had recorded 239 infections.
The ministry said the number of injuries rose to 60,999, including 351 deaths, 54,615 and recovery cases.
As of Sunday afternoon, the number of Corona sufferers in the world exceeded 18 million and 65 thousand, of whom more than 689 thousand had died, and more than 11 million and 359 thousand had recovered, according to the Worldwide website.
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