Minister of Health of Saudi Arabia predicts significant increase in coronavirus cases
Saudi and international experts predict that the number of 19 cases of fish in Saudi Arabia will increase significantly in the coming weeks.
Earlier Tuesday, Saudi Arabia’s health minister Rabiah said in a statement that the investigation estimates that a total of 19 people in the Kingdom will be between 10,000 and 200,000 in the coming weeks.
According to official data, the Kingdom has a total of 19 cases of fish, amounting to 2,795, of which 615 cases recovered and 41 deaths.
The Minister also warned that there is no doubt that our strict and full commitment to instructions and measures will minimize the number of infections.
Without compromise, he added, the number of infections will increase dramatically.
On Thursday, Saudi Arabia imposed a 24-hour curfew on Mecca and Medina as part of a preventive measure to prevent the spread of deadly viruses.
Curfew applies to all areas of Mecca and Medina.
The funds are intended to better prepare the health sector for access to medicines, additional beds, the provision of medical equipment and hygiene supplies, such as respirators and test devices, and access to necessary medical and technical personnel, both at home and abroad.
Saudi Arabia reported three deaths on Tuesday, while Bahrain reported one death. Qatar reported two deaths on the same day. In addition, there has been an alarming increase in the number of positive reactions.
The number of cases of infection in the Kingdom reached 2,795 after 190 people confirmed the virus.
Of these cases, 615 have recovered from the disease and 2,163 cases remain active.
Earlier Monday, a total of 31 foreign workers observed in Salmaabad were diagnosed with the disease yesterday.
To date, 811 people in Bahrain have been diagnosed with this disease. Of these, 458 have been cured, with 353 active cases.
Kuwait recorded 78 new viral infections on Tuesday, including 59 cases of Indians. Up to 363 Indians were infected with the disease.