Saudi Arabia reports 886 COVID-19 Cases, Health Ministry pledges to Continue Applying Precautionary Measures

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Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health announced on Monday that 886 new confirmed Coronavirus cases have been detected in the kingdom to bring the total number of the infected cases to 433,980.

The health Ministry said in their statement that 1,127 recoveries against 7,892 active cases, with only 1,377 in critical conditions.

Meanwhile the ministry recommended to continue applying precautionary measures following the inoculation, such as putting on the mask and keeping the distancing, drawing attention that the vaccination greatly helps in decreasing the infection, however its does not prevent the infection, especially that the pandemic is still existing.

“Infections’ overall number in the Kingdom stood at 433,980 cases, while the recoveries rose to 418,914, however the death tally stood at 7,174 as 12 new deaths were reported,” the statement said.

On the other hand, the Kingdom conducted as many as 61,665 lab tests.