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Tuesday , December 7 2021

Saudi Reports 5 Deaths, 1,141 New Cases

RIYADH, Apr 22: Saudi Arabia today confirmed 1,141 new coronavirus cases, raising the total to 12,772, a health ministry spokesman said.

The Kingdom also recorded five fatalities over the past 24 hours. All the deceased are non-Saudis with ages ranging between 51 and 76 years. This raised the death toll to 114.

172 people have recovered during the last 24 hours raising the number of recoveries to 1,812.


The UAE on Wednesday announced 483 new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected persons to 8,238 as of Wednesday, according to the Ministry of Health and Prevention. Six new deaths of Covid-19 patients were also reported on Wednesday, bringing the death toll to 52


 Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health on Wednesday announced 608 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total infections in the country to 7141.

The ministry also reported the death of a 55-year-old expatriate resident, who was tested positive for coronavirus and was admitted to a hospital on March 23. This brings total fatalities to10.

It announced 75 new recoveries, pushing the total number of recovered patients to 689. A total of 70,012 people has been tested so far.


The Ministry of Health confirmed that it detected 36 new coronavirus cases today, bringing the total number of active cases to 976.

Health officials in Bahrain also confirmed 242 new recoveries from the COVID-19 coronavirus, bringing the total number of recoveries so far to 1,026 since the outbreak first began.


Oman Wednesday announced 106 new coronavirus cases, bringing to 1,614 the country’s overall infections including eight fatalities.

The newly diagnosed cases are 35 Omanis and 71 foreigners, the Health Ministry added in an update without giving a breakdown of their nationalities.

The overall number of recovered coronavirus patients in Oman stands at 238, the ministry added, according to Oman’s news agency ONA

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