Corona injuries in Saudi Arabia decreased by 88%
Monday – 26 Muharram 1442 AH – 14 September 2020 AD Issue No. [
Security field tours in Jeddah to follow up on the implementation of the regulation to reduce gatherings (SPA)
Riyadh: Muhammad Hilal
The Saudi Ministry of Health conducted 36222 laboratory tests, which resulted in 601 new cases recorded, compared to 1034 recoveries and 28 deaths, bringing the number of active cases to 18,513 injured, 1,326 of them in intensive care.
The spokesman for the Ministry of Health, Dr. Muhammad Al-Abd Al-Aali, urged the importance of adhering to health measures to prevent the spread of the disease, the continuation of cases, and the keenness to visit the examination centers spread in all regions in order to limit the number of infected cases.
Al-Abd al-Aali revealed the decrease in the number of HIV infections by 88 per cent, and pointed out the importance of adherence to the procedures that have recovered from the disease and not to shake hands and sterilize, “and to continue the gains made so far.”
On the other hand, the Gulf countries witnessed a variation in the outcome of daily Coronavirus infections yesterday. The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health announced that it had registered 553 new injuries, corresponding to 591 recoveries and two deaths, after 2739 tests were performed, bringing the number of active cases to 9,209 injured, 94 of whom are receiving intensive care. While the UAE recorded a decrease in cases compared to previous days, as the number of injured reached 640 cases and 486 injured recovered after examining 84,642 within 24 hours, and without recording any deaths, bringing the number of active cases to 9639 injured.
On the other hand, the number of injured people in the Sultanate of Oman increased dramatically during the past 24 hours, reaching 1409 cases compared to 446 recoveries, and 18 deaths, bringing the number of active cases to 5195 injured, amid fears of another wave.
While the Qatari Ministry of Health monitored 217 new cases, 14 of whom were travelers returning from abroad, and 207 recovered within 24 hours, after examining 5192 people without recording any deaths, bringing the number of active cases to 2,853 injured, 50 of them in intensive care.