The number of daily infections with “Corona” has stabilized under the ceiling of 400 cases in Saudi Arabia

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The curve of new cases of Coronavirus in Saudi Arabia continued to stabilize under the ceiling of 400 daily cases, amid community commitment to health precautions.

Yesterday, the Ministry of Health announced the registration of 394 new cases, bringing the total number of injuries in the country to 351,849. On the other hand, 421 new recoveries were recorded, bringing the number of people recovering to 338,702 cases.

As of yesterday, the active cases recorded 7,557 cases, most of them in stable health condition. While the number of deaths reached 5 thousand and 590 cases, adding 14 new deaths, while the Saudi Health Ministry conducted 62,922 new laboratory tests within 24 hours.

– UAE

In the UAE, one thousand and 214 new infections were detected, bringing the total to 145,599. Two injured people were also announced, bringing the number of deaths to 520. On the other hand, 741 new cases were cured, bringing the total number of recoveries to 140,442 cases.

– Amman

For its part, the Sultanate of Oman announced the registration of 302 new infections, bringing the total to 119,186 cases. It was also announced that 109,633 cases out of 119,186 cases recovered, bringing the cure rate to 92 per cent. While the total deaths reached one thousand and 321 cases.

Kuwait

On the other hand, Kuwait announced the registration of 778 new injuries, bringing the total to 134,159, while 5 deaths were recorded, bringing the total number of deaths to 826 cases. While the recovery of 749 injuries, a total of 124,905 cases were recovered.

– the two seas

With regard to Bahrain, two deaths were announced, bringing the total number of deaths to 332, in addition to 179 new injuries. While the total of recovered cases reached 81,414, so far, after 189 registrations.

– Qatar

On the same level, Qatar announced the registration of 224 new injuries, bringing the total to 134,887 injuries, in contrast, 193 recoveries were recorded, bringing the total cases to 131,000 926 cases.







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