Coronavirus outbreak: Saudi Arabia reports 67 new cases
The Saudi Ministry of Health, Wednesday, reported 67 new coronavirus cases (COVID-19), 45 of which had come two days ago from the UK, Turkey, Spain, France, Indonesia, Iraq. They were all quarantined upon arrival, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The Ministry highlighted that 11 of those infected had contracted the virus from others infected, adding that 11 others are being tested for the novel virus.
It stated that the total number of coronavirus cases in the Gulf Kingdom reached 238, six of which had recovered. The infected have been receiving medical treatment in quarantine. One case is in critical condition, the SPA added.
Source: Jordan News Agency