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25.05.2020 20:12 News >> Coronavirus Tally Rises In Several Arab Countries

Coronavirus Tally Rises In Several Arab Countries

Saudi Arabia is second worst hit in region after Iran with some 74,800 cases, followed by Qatar.

Health authorities on Monday recorded more coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Lebanon, Bahrain, Tunisia and Syria while the death tolls increased in Kuwait and Morocco.
The tally of cases in Saudi Arabia, the second worst-hit in the region after Iran, rose to 74,795.
Officials said the death toll went up to 399 with nine additions in the past 24 hours. The number of recovered people stands at 45,668 in the country.
In Qatar, the death toll rose to 26 as three more patients died of COVID-19. The Health Ministry said that the cases were counted at 45,465, while the recoveries have totaled 10,363.
In Lebanon, the Health Ministry confirmed five new virus-related cases, bringing the tally to 1,119 -- including 26 deaths and 688 recoveries.
Bahrain's Health Ministry said 14 deaths were recorded, while cases rose to 9,164. It has counted 4,753 recoveries so far.
In Kuwait, another nine people died of the virus, raising the toll to 165, while 665 news cases pushed the total to 21,967 including 6,621 recoveries, according to the Health Ministry.
Morocco's Health Ministry, for its part, registered one more death and 62 cases. The latest figures pushed the total number of cases to 7,495 -- including 200 deaths and 4,737 recoveries.
In Tunisia, the Health Ministry recorded three new cases, bringing the total to 1,053 -- including 48 deaths and 917 recoveries.
The Syrian regime also registered 20 cases, pushing the total to 106 -- including four deaths and 41 recoveries.
Since first appearing in China last December, the novel coronavirus has spread to at least 188 countries and regions.
The pandemic has killed nearly 346,000 people worldwide, with over 5.44 million confirmed cases, while recoveries number around 2.18 million, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University of the US.
*Writing by Havva Kara Aydin and Mahmoud Barakat -



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