Saudi Arabia’s health ministry announces two more deaths, 110 new coronavirus cases

Tue, 2020-03-31 18:06

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s health ministry announced 110 new cases of coronavirus, along with two new deaths in the Kingdom on Tuesday.

The case total in the country has reached 1,563 and the death toll is now in double figures at 10.

The two latest people to die from the virus were residents of Madinah.

Of the 110 new cases, 33 were in the capital Riyadh, 29 in Jeddah and 20 in Makkah. Seven cases were recorded in Al-Qatif and four in Khobar.

Three cases were also confirmed in Dammam, three in Medina, two in Hufof, two in Dhahran, and another two in Jazan, the ministry added.

The rest were in Al-Badaea, Abha, Khamis Mushait, RasTanura and Al-Khafji where one case was reported in each.

The ministry also confirmed that 165 people have recovered from the coronavirus so far.

 

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