Saudi Arabia’s COVID-19 cases exceed 100,000

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Saudi Arabia’s COVID-19 cases exceed 100,000

Saudi Arabia’s COVID-19 cases exceed 100,000

On Sunday, Saudi Arabia stated that its cases of coronavirus have hit pass 100,000, which is the highest figure so far recorded in an Arab country.

The confirmation was made by Saudi Arabia’s Health Ministry after confirming 3,045 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, which brings the total recorded cases to 101,914.

The ministry also revealed that the death case has risen to 712 after 36 new deaths were recorded on Sunday.

The Arab country with a population of about 32 million has seen a rise in new infections in recent days in the week after some restrictions were eased.

Domestic air travel was resumed and mosques were reopened, with the exception of those in the holy city of Mecca. A nationwide night-time curfew was also shortened.

However, authorities reimpose a lengthier curfew and tightened other restrictions in the coastal city of Jeddah for two weeks from Saturday due to a spike in virus cases there.

Saudi Arabia’s COVID-19 cases exceed 100,000

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