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Coronavirus Recovery Rate reached 82 percent in Saudi Arabia

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Coronavirus Recovery Rate

Coronavirus Recovery Rate reached 82 percent in Saudi Arabia. With the latest update on 25th July 2020, the total recovered cases are 217,782. The total number of cases as of 25th July 2020 is 264,973 and active cases stand at 44,488. Below is the insight of the most recovered cases by the city.

Coronavirus Recovery Rate reached 82 percent in Saudi Arabia

The most recovered patients are from Riyadh with 45,380 where total confirmed cases are 52,584. Makkah’s total number of cases 28,121 and most recovered cases 25,508. However, the total number of cases in Jeddah is more than Makkah 29,789, and the recovery rate stands at 24,513. Below is more information on all city recovery numbers.

  • AR RIYAD: 45,380
  • MAKKAH al MUKARRAMAH: 25,508
  • Jeddah: 24,513
  • AL MADINAH al MUNAWWARAH: 14,363
  • Ad Dammam: 13,656
  • Al Hufuf: 11,953
  • At Taʼif: 7,492
  • Al Qatif: 6,336
  • Al Khubar: 5,622
  • Khamis Mushayt: 4,806
  • Al Jubayl: 4,302
  • Al Mubarraz: 4,012
  • ABHA: 3,000
  • AD Dhahran: 2,772
  • BURAYDAH: 2,701
  • HAʼIL: 2,457
  • TABUK: 2,028
  • Hafar al Batin: 1,970
  • NAJRAN: 1,749
  • Safwá: 1,291
  • Ad Dirʻiyyah: 1,284

More details on smaller cities

  • Baysh: 1,262
  • Yanbuʻ: 1,261
  • Mahayil: 1,223
  • Al Kharj: 1,164
  • Wadi Ad Dawasir: 993
  • ʻUnayzah: 958
  • Bishah: 945
  • Ahad Rifaydah: 808
  • Ras Tannurah: 738
  • Buqayq: 732
  • JAZAN: 643
  • Al Jafr: 566
  • Sharurah: 547
  • An Namas: 480
  • Al Muzahimiyyah: 477
  • ʻARʻAR: 471
  • Ar Rass: 454
  • Al Majmaʻah: 418
  • Khulays: 415
  • Al ʻUyun: 401
  • Abu ʻArish: 396
  • Sabya: 386
  • An Nuʻayriyyah: 371
  • Hawtat Bani Tamim: 354
  • Al Midhnab: 312
  • Samtah: 309
  • Al Khafji: 298
  • Sarat ʻAbidah: 278
  • BAHAH: 272
  • Qunfudhah: 266
  • Majardah: 265
  • Huraymilaʼ: 261
  • Wadi Ibn Hashbal: 249
  • Rijal Al Ma: 246
  • Al Bukayriyyah: 243
  • Sabt al ʻAlayah: 242
  • Billasmar: 241
  • ʻUyun al Jiwaʼ: 229
  • Al Harajah: 227
  • Az Zulfi: 226
  • SIKAKA: 221
  • Sajir: 214
  • Al Maddah: 205
  • Ranyah: 202
  • Hadda: 196
  • D͟hahran al Janub: 187
  • Al ʻIdabi: 183
  • Al Sehen: 183
  • Biljurashi: 171
  • Al Badaʼiʻ: 167
  • As Sulayyil: 166
  • Riyad al Khabraʼ: 164
  • Duruma: 161
  • Al Mikhwah: 155
  • Hawtat Sudayr: 154
  • Qaryat Al ‘ulya: 149
  • Tanumah: 141
  • Ar Ruwaydah: 140
  • Al Bashayer: 139
  • Rafa’i’ Al Jamsh: 138
  • Thurayban: 138
  • Thadiq: 137
  • Al Qara: 136
  • Ad Duwadimi: 131
  • Al Mandaq: 131
  • Al Asyah: 130
  • Tathlith: 129
  • Al Quwayʻiyyah: 128
  • Rumah: 127
  • Mihd adh Dhahab: 122
  • Turuba: 119
  • Ad Dilam: 116
  • Ad Darb: 115
  • Duba: 115
  • Baqʻaʼ: 114
  • Qiya: 112
  • Rabigh: 111
  • Shaqraʼ: 109
  • Umm Ad Dawm: 106
  • Al Lith: 104
  • Al Khurmah: 103

Low population and infected areas – Coronavirus Recovery Rate

  • Tabalah: 99
  • Al Qari’: 97
  • Al Muwayh: 94
  • Ad Daʼir: 91
  • ʻAfif: 91
  • Mulayjah: 90
  • Al ʻAridah: 88
  • Rafha: 88
  • Umlujj: 87
  • Bariq: 85
  • Yadamah: 85
  • Wuthaylan: 85
  • Bathaʼ: 84
  • Salwá: 84
  • Hazm al Jalamid: 82
  • Al Gouz: 82
  • ʻUrayʻirah: 78
  • Wadi Al Fara: 78
  • Al Hada: 77
  • Qilwah: 75
  • Tumayr: 73
  • Al Mahani: 71
  • Mudhaylif: 71
  • Hinakiyyah: 70
  • Al ʻAqiq: 70
  • Hubuna: 64
  • Laylá: 64
  • Turayf: 62
  • Al Haʼit: 61
  • Ar Rayn: 60
  • Ash Shamli: 60
  • Dariyyah: 58
  • An Nabhaniyyah: 57
  • Judayyidat ʻarʻar: 53
  • Al Qurayyat: 52
  • Maysan: 52
  • Numarah: 49
  • Dhalm: 48
  • Ash Shinan: 46
  • Al Wajh: 46
  • Tabarjal: 46
  • Qusaybaʼ: 44
  • Al Hadithah Border Station: 44
  • Al Qaysumah: 43
  • Ahad al Musarihah: 40
  • Al ʻUla: 40
  • Al GhAzalah: 39
  • Adam: 38
  • At Tuwal: 37
  • Al Kamil: 37
  • Farasan: 35
  • Thar: 35
  • Mawqaq: 34
  • Al Badʻ: 32
  • Khubash: 31
  • Al Qahmah: 30
  • Al ʻIs: 29
  • Badr al Janub: 27
  • Khaybar: 24
  • Al Bijadiyyah: 23
  • Marat: 23
  • Al Farshah: 22
  • Uwayqilah: 21
  • Quwarah: 19
  • Muwassam: 18
  • Harth: 18
  • Hariq: 17
  • ʻUqlat as Suqur: 16
  • Haql: 16
  • Nifi: 15
  • Khasirah: 14
  • Hamnah: 14
  • Sho’bah: 13
  • Fayfa: 13
  • Ar Rayth: 13
  • Al Birk: 12
  • Taymaʼ: 12
  • Damad: 12
  • Adh Dhibiyyah: 11
  • Dawmat al Jandal: 11
  • Sayhat: 9
  • Al Artawiyyah: 8
  • Al Hadban: 8
  • Mayquʻ: 7
  • Abu ‘urwah: 6
  • As Sulaymi: 5
  • Samiraʼ: 4
  • Shuwaq: 3
  • Thuwal: 2
  • Samudah: 2
  • Ar Ruqʻi: 2
  • Suwayr: 2
  • As Suʻayyirah: 2
Image from MOH Coronavirus Dashboard, 25th July 2020
  • Hadad Bani Malik: 1
  • As Sulaymaniyyah: 1
  • Harad: 1
  • Badr: 1
  • Bani Hasan: 1
  • and As Sufairy: 1

Source: Covid 19 MOH Dashboard

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