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Saudi Arabia announced 1793 new Coronavirus cases – 16th February 2022

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1793 Coronavirus Cases 16th February 2022

Saudi Arabia Coronavirus Cases 16th February 2022: 1793 new Coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. Ministry of Health announced new cases of coronavirus. Details below;

The news has been published on the Saudi Ministry of Health’s official Coronavirus Dashboard. Click here to see the live update or today’s update below.

Covid Cases Update

New Cases: 1793 | Total Cases: 734,389

New Recoveries: 3207 | Total Recoveries: 702,049

Active Cases: 23,363

New Mortality: 2 | Total Mortalities: 8,977

Most Numbers of Cases

Below is the full detail of the new cases released by the Ministry of Health.


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