Saudi Arabia launches vaccines against Corona
Saudi Arabia launches vaccines against Corona

Today, Monday, the Saudi Assistant Minister of Health, spokesman for the ministry, Dr. Muhammad Al-Abd Al-Aali, confirmed that the Kingdom will be one of the first countries to receive vaccines for the Corona virus "Covid-19", indicating that the virus vaccines will be available to everyone free of charge in the Kingdom.

 

Al-Abd Al -ali said in a statement today, Monday, "We hope that the Corona virus vaccines will cover 70% of the Kingdom's population by the end of 2021."

Al-Abd Al-Aali stressed that monitoring confirmed cases around the world is still continuing, but he reassured everyone that conditions in the Kingdom are stable and reassuring and in levels of control and control in the face of the Corona pandemic, "and revealed that this was reflected in several indicators, including those of critical cases, as this week witnessed a decrease. The percentage of critical cases increased by 6.3% compared to the previous week, which witnessed an increase.

Today, Monday, the Ministry of Health announced that the total number of cases has been cumulative since the first case in the Kingdom reached 355 thousand and 489 cases, while the total cases of recovery reached 343 thousand and 816 cases, while the death toll rose to 5796 deaths.