Dubai: Saudi Arabia’s total coronavirus infections have jumped to 326,930 after the kingdom recorded another 672 new cases in the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Health announced on today.
Thirty-three more fatalities from the virus have been also confirmed, taking the country’s death toll to 4,338, the ministry said.
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Meanwhile, the total number of recovered cases in Saudi Arabia rose to 305,022 after 1,092 more people were reported to have recovered from the deadly disease, pushing the recovery rate to nearly 93 per cent.
This means that the active cases in the kingdom have come down to 17,570 out of which 1,286 are in critical condition.
Mecca topped today’s list of cities with highest daily infections with 62 new cases reported today, followed by Medina with 61 cases and Jeddah with 45.
Meanwhile, Riyadh, Hufouf and Dammam recorded 44, 38, and 37 new cases respectively. The rest of the cases were scattered in different cities and governorates across the kingdom.