Doha Two killed in Qatar The deceased were aged 55 and 38 years. It is not disclosed whether the deceased is a resident or a resident. Covid19 confirmed 1,732 more people in the last 24 hours. With this, the number of deaths due to Kovid has risen to 21 while 42,213 deaths have been reported, the Ministry of Public Health said. With 620 people recovering, the number of patients free of the disease rose to 8,513. There are currently 33,679 patients undergoing treatment. 177 are in intensive care. There are 1,694 people in hospital isolation. The total number of people undergoing Covid test rose to 1,84,794.
Covid 19 people were confirmed in Oman on Saturday. Of these, 253 are foreigners. With this the number of Covid casualties in the country rose to 7257. The number of cured people rose to 1848. There are 5375 patients currently undergoing treatment. Of the new patients, 347 are from Muscat Governorate. With this the number of Covid casualties has increased to 5520. 90 people have died so far, including two Malayalees who were treated.
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Kovid kills more than 15 people in Saudi Three Indigenous people and 12 foreigners were killed in Mecca, Riyadh, Dammam and Beisha. A total of 2442 people were newly diagnosed with the disease. The death toll in the country has risen to 70161 and the death toll stands at 379, officials said. The number of sick people rose to 41236 after 2233 patients were cured. Currently, 8546 patients are being treated in various hospitals across the country. Of these, 339 are in critical condition. The health of the rest is satisfactory.
In Bahrain, the number of Covid casualties has reached 8,000. An additional 360 people were diagnosed with the disease on Saturday. Of these, 220 are foreign workers. About 140 people have contracted the disease. With this the number of Covid casualties in the country has increased to 8774. With 366 more cured, the number of cured people rose to 4462. There are currently 4300 patients undergoing treatment. Of those, 28 are on medication. The condition of eight people is critical. So far, 12 people have died in the country.