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MOH: ‘13 New Corona Cases Recorded in the Kingdom’s Regions'
4/23/2014
 
The total number of recently confirmed cases: 13.
Distribution of corona cases according to the Kingdom’s regions:
 
  • Five cases in Riyadh.
  • Two cases in Jeddah.
  • Four cases in Makkah.
  • One case in Madinah.
  • One Saudi case hospitalized in Jordan, as reported by the representative of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Distribution of the cases according to the Kingdom’s hospitals:
 
  • Five cases at the Military Hospital in Riyadh.
  • One case at King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Jeddah
  • One case at Ohud Hospital in Madinah.
  • One case at Ohud Hospital in Madinah.
  • One case at Security Forces Hospital in Makkah.
  • Three cases at Al-Noor Hospital in Makkah.
The Health status of the cases:
 
  • One case hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  • Three stable hospitalized cases.
  • One stable case in Jordan.
  • Six cases at IC units.
  • Two deaths.
Details of the cases:
 
  1. The first case is an 80-year-old male citizen, who had been suffering from diabetes, hypertension, chronic renal failure and blood cancer. He had been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 28th March, 2014, then passed away on  22th  April, 2014, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  2. The Second case is for a 69-year-old female citizen, who has been suffering from diabetes and hypertension. She has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 18th April, 2014, suffering from symptoms of diabetic foot. Then, she was afflicted by pneumonia, and now she is connected to the respirator at the hospital.
  3. The third case is a 70-year-old male citizen, who has been suffering from cardiac diseases and chronic lung disease. She has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 4th April, 2014, suffering from pneumonia. Now, he is connected to the respirator at the hospital.
  4. The fourth case is a 72-year-old female citizen, who has been suffering from diabetes and hypertension. She has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 4th April, 2014, suffering from pneumonia. Nowshe is connected to the respirator at the hospital.
  5. The fifth case is an 88-year-old male citizen, who has been suffering from diabetes and hypertension. She has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 27th March, 2014. Then, he was afflicted by pneumonia, and his health status is stable.
  6. The sixth case is a 41-year-old male citizen in Jeddah, who is in contact with a confirmed case, but he hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  7. The seventh case is a 74-year-old female citizen, who has been suffering from anemia symptoms. She has been admitted to King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Jeddah on 14th April, 2014. Then, she has shown pneumonia on 20th April, 2014, and now she is at the IC unit, receiving the proper treatment.
  8. The eighth case is a 46-year-old male citizen. He has been admitted to Security Forces Hospital in Makkah on 21st April, 2014, complaining of respiratory symptoms. Now she is at the IC unit, receiving the proper treatment.
  9. The ninth case is a 68-year-old male citizen. He has been admitted to Al-Noor Hospital in Makkah on 12th April, 2014. His sample had proven negative, before it has proven positive on 22nd April, 2014. Now he is at the IC unit, receiving the proper treatment.
  10. The tenth case is a 65-year-old Turkish visitor, performing Umrah. He has been admitted to Al-Noor Hospital in Makkah, complaining of respiratory symptoms. His health status is stable.
  11. The eleventh case is a 52-year-old Burmese resident. He has been admitted to Al-Noor Hospital in Makkah on 18th April, 2014. He passed away on 22nd April, 2014.
  12. The twelfth case is a 13-year-old male citizen, who has developed respiratory symptoms on 9th April, 2014. He has been admitted to Ohud Hospital in Madinah, on 21st April, 2014. His health status is stable.
  13. The thirteenth case is a 25-year-old male citizen from Al-Qurayyat governorate, who has been reported by the representative of the World Health Organization (WHO). He is still in Jordan and his health status is stable.
Within the same vein, there are two deaths for two confirmed cases after suspicion, as follows:
 
  • The first case is a 45-year-old male resident, working at the health sector in Al-Kharj, who had been suffering from various chronic diseases. He passed away on 21th April, 2014.
  • The second case is a 29-year-old male citizen, who has been infected with the virus from the public. He passed way at King Fahd Hospital in Jeddah, on 22nd April, 2014.

 

     
 
 

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