Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia announce 154 new cases

Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia announce 154 new cases
Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia announce 154 new cases

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Aden - Yasmin Abdel Azim - It was also all announced that all coronavirus patients in Saudi Arabia, including expats, visitors and violators of the residence system, will be treated for free. Image Credit: Reuters

: Saudi Arabia on Monday announced 154 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of confirmed patients to 1453 in the country, according the Ministry of Health.

Meanwhile, the Saudi Health Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al Rabiah announced today all coronavirus patients in Saudi Arabia, including expats, visitors and violators of the residence system, will be treated for free.

The minister said the move follows the directives of King , adding that Saudi Arabia is among the top 10 countries in conducting diagnostic tests.

All concerned authorities in the country are coordinating their efforts to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, the minister added, calling on members of the public to adhere to all precautionary measures issued by health authorities.

The minister made it clear that no medication is approved for COVID-19 and that vaccines take time to be tested before being approved.

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