Saudi Arabia reports 2,691 new cases, 10 deaths

      Published on Wednesday, 20 May , 2020      702 Views     
Saudi Arabia reports 2,691 new cases, 10 deaths

  • Coronavirus

Saudi Arabia reported 2,691 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 62,545, the Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday (May 20).

Meanwhile, the ministry reported 1,844 recoveries today, with total recoveries in the kingdom at 33,478. There are 276 cases in intensive care. The ministry also confirmed 10 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths in the kingdom to 339.




The Saudi Ministry of Health launched a new website called COVID-19 Awareness, it provides accurate health information regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), including daily statistics on the cases recorded in the Kingdom as well as cumulative infections, new cases, recoveries and deaths in all regions of the Kingdom

Saudi Arabia is preparing to use electronic wristbands to monitor people quarantined inside their homes as it seeks to facilitate home quarantine instead of medical isolation in quarantine facilities.



It also plans to issue electronic warning about coronavirus through Tawakkalna application to provide instant and direct information about the number of virus infections in the Kingdom and other related information.

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Category Coronavirus, Saudi News | 2020/05/20 latest update at 10:58 PM
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