Saudi Arabia records two deaths from Covid-19 and 49 new cases
The Ministry of Health says that 35 patients have recovered from the virus in the past 24 hours
The Eastern Province Municipality recorded 135 violations and closed 4 companies for not complying with the precautionary measures
Saudi Arabia confirmed two new deaths linked to COVID-19 on Monday, raising the total number of deaths to 8,796.
The Ministry of Health confirmed 49 new cases
And it was reported in the Kingdom during the past 24 hours, which means that 548,666 people have now contracted the disease. Of the total number of cases, 61 remain in critical condition.
According to the ministry, the largest number of cases was recorded in the capital, Riyadh, with 14 cases, followed by Jeddah with 11 cases, Makkah with 5 confirmed cases, and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah, Jazan, Yanbu and Al-Khobar recorded two cases each.
The Ministry of Health also announced the recovery of 35 patients from Covid-19, bringing the total number of recovery cases in the Kingdom to 537,605 patients.
More than 45.7 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered since the start of the immunization campaign in the Kingdom. More than 21.5 million people have been fully vaccinated. Saudi municipalities have intensified their efforts to monitor compliance with health and safety measures.
Today, Sunday, the Eastern Region Municipality implemented 1286 An inspection tour of commercial centers and facilities. The authorities recorded 135 violations and closed four companies for not complying with the precautionary measures.
The officials also called on the public to report any suspected health violations by calling the call center number 940 or contacting the authorities via the Baladi app. The coronavirus pandemic has affected more than 247 million people globally with a death toll of nearly 5.01 million.