Dubai: Saudi Arabia reported 213 new COVID-19 infections and three deaths on Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed infections in the Kingdom to 366,584 and fatality tally to 6,355.
According to the latest update by the Ministry of Health, a further 198 patients have fully recovered over the past 24 hours, shooting up the total number of people recovered from the deadly virus to 358,137.
The active cases have now reached 2,092, out of which 333 are critical under intensive care.
An additional 361 COVID-19 cases have been detected in Bahrain over the last 24 hours, bringing the total confirmed cases in the Kingdom to 99,817.
One more death were reported, taking death toll to 367, the Ministry of Health said in its latest update. The new cases have been detected among 190 expatriate workers, 160 new cases are contacts of active cases, and 11 are travel related.
The ministry also announced 420 fresh recoveries, pushing total recoveries to 96,532. The active cases have now touched 2,918, including 2,900 that are stable, while 18 are critical cases under intensive care.
Meanwhile, 144,130 people have been so far vaccinated as part of the nationwide-vaccination drive.
The Ministry of Public Health today confirmed the detection of 277 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total infections in Qatar to 149,296.
No new fatalities were reported over the past 24 hours, keeping death toll at 248.
According to the ministry’s latest update, a further 123 patients have fully recovered, pushing the total number of people recovered from the virus across the country to 144,981.
Active cases have now touched 4,067, including 372 that are stable cases under treatment, while 38 cases are critical under intensive care.
The Ministry of Health announced that 209 people have tested positive while one fatality was reported in the last 24 hours in the Sultanate.
This brings the total infections in the Sultanate to 133,253, including 1,522 deaths. An additional 72 patients have fully recovered, pushing total recoveries to126,334, according to the ministry’s latest update.
The ministry urged everyone to adhere to precautionary measures and social distancing protocols issued by the Supreme Committee tasked with tackling COVID-19.