2691 new Coronavirus cases – Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia announced 2691 new Coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. Ministry of Health announced new cases of coronavirus. The total number of cases is now 62,545 as of 20th May 2020 [04:00 PM]. Details below.
The news has been published on the Saudi Ministry of Health official Coronavirus Dashboard. Click here to see the live update
As of 19th May 2020 [04:00 PM], the total number of cases is now 62,545.
- Total Recoveries: 33,478 [1,844 NEW RECOVERIES]
- Death: 339 [10 NEW DEATHS]
- Active Cases: 28,728
Saudi Arabia announced 2691 new Coronavirus cases – Total 62,545
Most numbers of new cases are found on 19th May 2020 found in Riyadh, Jeddah, Makkah, Madinah, and Dammam. Below is the full detail of the new cases by the city released by the Ministry of Health.
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