The ministry also reported 532 COVID-19 recoveries, increasing the total number of recoveries in the Kingdom throughout the epidemic to 751,177. According to the Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia confirmed 530 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. As a result, during the epidemic, 766,726 cases were registered in the Kingdom.
Another COVID-19-related death has been reported, increasing the total to 9,144. Riyadh received 155 new infections, Jeddah received 148, Dammam received 60, Makkah received 42, and Madinah received 35. In numerous other cities, there are fewer than 20 new cases.
According to the administration, 82 of the current patients are in critical condition.
The ministry also announced 532 COVID-19 recoveries, bringing the total number of COVID-19 recoveries in the Kingdom during the pandemic to 751,177.
It claimed that 6,405 COVID-19 cases were still active, and 22,941 PCR tests had been conducted in the previous 24 hours, increasing the total to more than 42.5 million. Since the Kingdom’s immunization program began, more than 65.6 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been delivered, with around 25 million people fully vaccinated.
The ministry, which runs 587 vaccine locations around the country, asked everyone who has not yet been immunized to sign up for a series of injections via the Sehhaty app. Under the slogan “It’s our time,” the ministry invited parents to register their children aged five to eleven for the vaccine to protect them from variations and potential complications.
Meanwhile, since the pandemic began, testing and treatment facilities set up across the country have assisted millions of people. Taakad centers offer COVID-19 testing to those who have no or moderate symptoms or are concerned about coming into touch with an infected person, whereas Tetamman clinics treat and advise patients who have virus symptoms such as fever, loss of taste and smell, and breathing difficulties.