CORONAVIRUS ALERT | Saudi Arabia Registers Record Number of Virus Cases In 24 Hours

RIYADH | SAUDI ARABIA – Saudi Arabia registered on Friday a record number of coronavirus cases at 762 in the past 24 hours.

Health Ministry spokesman Dr. Mohammed Abdelali said the new cases were detected in various provinces of the Kingdom. They were reported at foreign worker housing areas in overcrowded districts.

The newest figures take Saudi Arabia’s total virus count to 7,142, including 6,006 active cases and 74 patients in intensive cases.

Fifty – nine patients have recovered, raising the total to, 1,049. The Kingdom reported four new fatalities raising the tally to 87.

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PARIS, France – – In a joint statement, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, announced the success of the mediation led by His Highness President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman […]


China’s Xi At Saudi Palace To Meet Royals On Mideast Trip

PARIS, France – Chinese leader Xi Jinping met on Thursday with Saudi Arabia’s king and crown prince while on a visit to the kingdom, solidifying ties with a region crucial to his country’s energy supplies as sanctions intensify on Russian over its war on Ukraine. Xi arrived at Al Yamama Palace in Riyadh and was […]

Qatar Hosts An Official Visit By UAE President Sheikh Mohamed

PARIS, France – The United Arab Emirates (UAE) president arrived in Qatar on Monday in the first such visit since Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies ended a boycott of Doha nearly two years ago. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al – Nahyan, the UAE’s de facto ruler for years before becoming president in May, was […]

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