Dubai: Saudi Arabia on Thursday reported 303 new cases of COVID-19 and three related deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed infections in the kingdom to 369,248 and fatality tally to 6,389.
According to the latest update by the Ministry of Health, the total number of recoveries has gone up to 360,697 as a further 297 patients have fully recovered.
The active cases have now reached 2,162, with 395 of which are critical cases under intensive care. Riyadh registered the highest single-day cases with 126 new infections.
An additional 553 people have tested positive in Bahrain, bringing the total confirmed cases in the kingdom to 104,792.
No new deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours, keeping the country’s death toll at 376, the Ministry of Health said in its latest update.
A further 242 fresh recoveries have been confirmed, shooting up total recoveries to 99,527. With the increase in the daily reported cases, the active cases have risen to 4,889, 4,859 of which are stable and 30 are critical cases under intensive care.
The daily tally of COVID-19 cases has continued to climb in Qatar, with 407 infections reported on Thursday. This brings the total number of confirmed infections in the country to 152,898.
No new deaths were reported over the past 24 hours, leaving death toll at 249.
According to the ministry’s latest update, 172 patients have fully recovered, pushing the total number of people recovered across the country to 146,474.
With the increase in the daily reported cases, the active cases have now touched 6,175, including 528 stable cases under treatment and 56 that are critical cases under intensive care.
The Ministry of Health has confirmed the infection of 185 people with coronavirus and 0 deaths in the Sultanate today.
The total cases in the Sultanate have now touched 135,041, including 1532 deaths, according to the latest update by the ministry.
Some 97 recoveries were also reported, pushing the total people recovered from the infection across the country to 127,266.
The ministry continues to urge everyone to adhere to precautionary measures and social distancing instructions issued by the Supreme Committee tasked with tackling COVID-19.