Saudi MOH to not publish daily Coronavirus data


Saudi MOH to not publish daily Coronavirus data but weekly reviews. Saudi Ministry of Health has announced this latest update on 29th November 2020. Details below.

Saudi MOH to not publish daily Coronavirus data

Ministry of Health: The publication of daily Corona cases has stopped, and a weekly review of the indicators is only published. However, here are some updates from the latest review.

  • The number of infections with Coronavirus has stabilized in the Kingdom during the past week.
  • The number of Coronavirus injuries in the Tabuk region fluctuated last week.
  • Complying with health requirements is a major reason for the decline in Corona cases.
  • Medina had a noticeable increase in case but it has started to decline.

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