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Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia reports 1,931 new cases of Covid-19, total hits 76,726

Kingdom reveals further 12 fatalities, death toll stands at 411

Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia reports 1,931 new cases of Covid-19, total hits 76,726

Dr. Al-Abdulaali added that 16,664 new tests had been carried out, with the total tests now standing at 738,743.

Saudi Arabia has reported 1,931 new cases of coronavirus as the total number of infections in the country reaches 76,726.

Assistant Minister of Health Dr. Mohammed Al-Abdulaali revealed that 45 percent of the new cases involved Saudi citizens and 55 percent expatriates, with a large majority of the cases (789) discovered in Riyadh.

The kingdom announced a further 12 new fatalities at the hands of Covid-19, with the death toll now standing at 411.

Dr. Al-Abdulaali revealed that there are currently 27,865 active cases across the country, with most patients in a “stable” condition, but 397 were described as “critical cases”.

A total of 2,172 people recovered from the virus, taking the total number of recoveries to 48,450.

Dr. Al-Abdulaali added that 16,664 new tests had been carried out, with the total tests now standing at 738,743.

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