Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, November 18, 2021

Saudi Arabia's active Corona cases drops to 2,093 of which 43 are in Critical care

Today, the Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia announced a decrease in the number of corona critical cases in hospitals to 43 cases from 47 cases Yesterday, a decrease of 4 critical cases. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Google News

Saudi Arabia reported 38 new corona infections, 51 recoveries and 1 death in the past 24 hours, raising the total number of corona cases in the Kingdom to 549,377 of which 538,463 recovered with 8,821 deaths.

- Active corona cases in the Kingdom drops to 2,093 of which 43 are critical and are receiving treatment in various hospitals intensive cares. Jeddah tops in the list with 264 active cases, Riyadh with 175 and Makkah has 94 active corona infections. Most Viewed : Tawakkalna provides a new service for those who wish to travel outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

- As of Today, the Ministry of Health as provided over 46.94 million (46,945,915) doses of corona vaccine all over the Kingdom through its 587 vaccination centers, In which 322,406 are booster doses and the elderly people received 1,713,442 doses.

- According to the Ministry's official website, over 24.47 million people received only one dose of the vaccine, while more than 22.14 million people received two doses of the vaccine against corona virus.

- Earlier this, The Ministry of Health stated that 97% of those infected with the Corona virus (Covid-19) in the Kingdom did not receive the vaccine, or took only one dose.

- The ministry indicated that 65% of the infected people are not immunized, 3% are immunized with two doses of the vaccine, and 32% of the infection rates among those vaccinated with only one dose. Recommend : 4 wrong behaviors when road is congested

- In the last 24 hours, the Kingdom has performed 33,584 corona tests and so far 30.99 million (30,998,329) covid-19 tests done since the beginning of the pandemic in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia's active Corona cases drops to 2,093 of which 43 are in Critical care -

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