Saudi’s coronavirus cases hit 50,000 ― Ministry

The number of coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia topped 50,000 on Saturday, the Health Ministry said.

A ministry official reported 2,840 new cases, taking the cumulative total to 51,980. That was up from an average of around 1,500 new cases a day over the past week.

The death toll in the kingdom increased by 10 to 302, the official said on state TV.

Saudi Arabia recorded its first COVID-19 infection on March 2, several weeks after the initial outbreak in Asia. (Reuters/NAN)

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