Saturday, July 31

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Health Ministry: Coronavirus Variants Rapidly Spread, People Are Urged to Complete Taking Vaccine 2 Doses

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health has pointed out that the Coronavirus' variants are rapidly spreading and urged people to complete taking the vaccine two doses to resist the variants, stressing the importance of abiding by the precautionary measures. On the other hand, it announced reporting as many as 1,187 new Coronavirus confirmed cases against 1,176 recoveries, while the active cases rose to 11,355, including 1,395 in critical conditions, in the last 24 hours, across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Overall infections rose to 524,584 cases against 505,003 recoveries, while the fatalities reached 8,226 as extra 14 deaths reported.   Source: Saudi Press Agency

Health Ministry Reports 1,289 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 1,299 Recoveries in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today, in a statement, that 1,289 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 523,397, including 11,358 active cases.Of these, there are 1,395 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, the statement said.It added that twelve new deaths have been reported, putting the tally of fatalities at 8,212.Meanwhile, as many as 1,299 cases have recovered, raising recoveries toll to 503,827.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Health Ministry Reports 1,289 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 1,299 Recoveries in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today, in a statement, that 1,289 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 523,397, including 11,358 active cases.Of these, there are 1,395 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, the statement said.It added that twelve new deaths have been reported, putting the tally of fatalities at 8,212.Meanwhile, as many as 1,299 cases have recovered, raising recoveries toll to 503,827.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Health Ministry Reports 1,334 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 1,079 Recoveries in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today, in a statement, that 1,334 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 522,108, including 11,380 active cases.Of these, there are 1,409 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, the statement said.It added that eleven new deaths have been reported, putting the tally of fatalities at 8,200.Meanwhile, as many as 1,079 cases have recovered, raising recoveries toll to 502,528.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Health Ministry: 1,379 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, 1,021 Recoveries Reported in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today, in a statement, that 1,379 new confirmed cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number to 520,774, including 11,136 active cases.Of these, there are 1,419 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, the statement said.It added that 10 new deaths have been reported, putting the tally of fatalities at 8,189.Meanwhile, as many as 1,021 cases have recovered, raising recoveries toll to 501,449.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Ministry of Health: 1,194 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Reported in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, The Ministry of Health announced today that 1,194 new confirmed cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; bringing the total number to 518,143 confirmed cases, including 10,847 active cases receiving necessary medical care. Of these, there are 1,408 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable.The Ministry of Health also announced that 1,164 new recoveries have been recorded, bringing the total recoveries to 499,129 cases. Also, 12 new deaths have been reported; bringing the total deaths to 8,167.Source: Saudi Press Agency