Posted by : Aahil Shaik Monday, September 6, 2021

Saudi Arabia's Corona Active cases falls to 2,503, Riyadh, Madina, Ar Ar, Yanbu and Jeddah tops in Active infections


The Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia highlighted the importance of continuing to stick to preventive measures and completing vaccination with two doses of the vaccine to protect against complications from the Corona virus, and to reduce the long-term Covid-19.







Today (On 6th September), Saudi Arabia confirmed 124 new corona infections, 217 new recoveries and 6 deaths in the last 24 hours, increasing the total infection in the Kingdom to 545,367 of which 534,279 recovered with 8,585 deaths.

- Active cases of Corona virus in teh Kingdom drops to 2,503 of which 689 are critical and receiving treatment in intensive cares. In the last 24 hours, the health ministry performed 47,217 corona tests and so far 27,763,499 Covid-19 tests since the beginning of the pandemic. Trending : Saudi Arabia to provide 3rd dose of Corona vaccine to Targeted groups

- Riyadh tops in active cases with 178, Madina with 118, Ar Ar with 107, Yanbu with 105, while Jeddah is with 103 active corona cases.





- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has given more than 38 million (38,208,205) doses of Corona vaccine to Saudi citizens, resident expats and visitors all over the Kingdom through its 587 vaccination centers.

- The Ministry's statistics revealed that of the total doses, more than 22.47 million (27,475,848) people received 1 dose, while more than 15.73 million (15,732,357) people received 2 doses of Corona vaccine and the elderly people received more than 1.6 million (1,606,759) doses of vaccine against Corona virus. Join Saudi Expatriates on Whatsapp Group

- The Ministry advised everyone to communicate with the 937 Center for consultations and inquiries around the clock, to get health information and services, and to know the developments of the Corona virus.





Saudi Arabia's Corona Active cases falls to 2,503, Riyadh, Madina, Ar Ar, Yanbu and Jeddah tops in Active infections - Saudi-Expatriates.com


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