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MOH: ‘14 New Corona Cases Recorded and Five Cases Passed Away in the Kingdom’s Regions'
4/25/2014
 
Daily Report on the Corona Virus Situation: Friday, 25th  April, 2014 (corresponding to 25th  Jumada Al-Akhera, 1435H).
 
 
The total number of the confirmed cases over the past 24 hours: 14 cases
 
The total number of the deaths over the past 24 hours: *7 deaths (four of which have been recorded over the past 24 hours while only one case from those who have been previously announced to be infected with virus). 
*updated on the 3rd of May 2014.
 
Distribution of corona cases according to the Kingdom’s regions:
 Riyadh ​
Fourr cases​
 Jeddah​
  Seven cases ​
Makkah
 Three cases​
 
Overview of the health status of the cases:
 
  • Four cases haven’t developed any symptoms.
  • Four stable hospitalized cases, receiving the proper treatment.
  • Two cases at IC units.
  • Four deaths, May Allah have mercy upon them.
Distribution of the cases according to the Kingdom’s hospitals:
 
Prince Sultan Military Medical City in Riyadh​
  • One death; a male resident, May Allah have mercy upon him
Al-Kharj Military Factory Hospital ​
  • One Saudi stable male case ​
Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital in Riyadh​
  • One case; a female nurse with no symptoms ​
King Khalid University Hospital ​
  • One Saudi critical female case ​
King Fahad Hospital in Jeddah
  • One case of a female nurse with no symptoms
  • One case of a male resident with no symptoms
  • One stable case of a male resident
  • Three deaths (two male citizen and one male resident)
 
King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Jeddah  ​
  • One Saudi critical male case
The Military Hospital in Jeddah  ​
  • One Saudi stable male case​
Al-Noor Hospital in Makkah
  • One case of a female nurse with no symptoms
  • One stable case of a male nurse
  • One death; a female resident, May Allah have mercy upon her.​
 
Health Situation of the Cases in Detail:
 
A) In Riyadh:
  1. The first case is an 81-year-old male Palestinian resident, who had been suffering from diabetes, hypertension and previous brain stroke. He has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Riyadh on 30th March, 2014, suffering from chronic pneumonia. Then, he had shown symptoms of high temperature with cough and shortness of breath on 20th April, 2014. He passed away afterwards, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  2. The second case is a 28-year-old female Filipina nurse, working at Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital in Riyadh, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  3. The third case is a 70-year-old female citizen. She has shown respiratory symptoms on 20th April, 2014. Then, she has been admitted to King Khalid University Hospital on 24th April, 2014. Now, she is at IC unit, receiving the proper treatment, May Allah grant her speedy recovery.
  4. The fourth case is a 38-year-old-male citizen from Jeddah. He has shown respiratory symptoms on 21st  April, 2014. Then, he has been hospitalized at Al-Kharj Military Factory Hospital on 22nd  April, 2014. His health status is stable.
 
B) In Makkah:
 
  1. The first case is  a 40-year-old female Filipina nurse, working at Al-Noor Hospital. She has been in contact with a confirmed case, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  2. The second  case is a 30-year-old male Filipina nurse, working at the IC unit in the Al-Noor Hospital. He has been in contact with a confirmed case, and developed mild respiratory symptoms on 22nd  April, 2014. Now, His health status is stable.
  3. The third  case is a 40-year-old female Bangladeshi resident. She had previously been afflicted with SLE. She had been admitted to Al-Noor Hospital on 1st April, 2014, suffering from respiratory failure. Then, she had been hospitalized at IC unit. She passed away afterwards, May Allah have mercy upon him.
 
C) In Jeddah:
 
  1. The first case is a 54-year-old male citizen. He has developed respiratory symptoms on 16th April, 2014. Then, he has been admitted to King Faisal Specialist Hospital on 18th April, 2014.  Now, he is connected to the respirator at IC unit, receiving the proper treatment, May Allah grant him speedy recovery.
  2. The second case is  a 30-year-old female Hindi nurse, working at King Fahad Hospital. She has been in contact with a confirmed case, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  3. The third case is  a 30-year-old male citizen. He had been admitted to King Fahad Hospital on 17th April, 2014; due to a car accident. Then, he had been examined for being in contact with a confirmed case, and the examination proved positive. He passed away, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  4. The fourth case is  a 30-year-old male Pakistani resident, who has had kidney transplant. He has been admitted to King Fahad Hospital, suffering from urinary tract infection symptoms. Then, he has been examined for being in contact with a confirmed case, and the examination proved positive, but he has not shown any symptoms.
  5. The fifth case is  a 55-year-old male Pakistani resident. He has visited King Fahad Hospital on 22nd April, 2014, suffering from respiratory symptoms. His health status is stable.
  6. The sixth case is  a 64-year-old male Palestinian resident, who had been suffering from diabetes, hypertension, cardiac failure and other chronic diseases. He had been admitted to cardiac care unit at King Fahad Hospital on 4th April, 2014. He had developed respiratory symptoms, then he passed away, May Allah have mercy upon him
  7. The seventh case is  a 64-year-old male citizen. He has developed respiratory symptoms on 19th April, 2014. Then he has been hospitalized at the Military Hospital in Jeddah on 21st April, 2014. Now, his health status is stable.
 
Within the same vein, there are deaths from those cases who have been previously announced to be infected with virus, as follows:
 
  1. One case; a 59-year-old female citizen in Riyadh, May Allah have mercy upon her.

 


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