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MOH: '16 New Corona Cases Recorded in the Kingdom’s Regions'
4/30/2014
 
Daily Report on the Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) Situation: Tuesday, 29th April, 2014 (corresponding to 29th Jumada Al-Akhera, 1435H).
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The total number of the confirmed cases over the past 24 hours:  16 cases
  
 
Overview of the Health Status of the Cases:
 
  • Three cases haven’t developed any symptoms.
  • Six stable cases, receiving the proper treatment.
  • Seven cases in Intensive Care units.
 
Health Situation of the Cases in Detail:
 
A) In Riyadh:
 
  1. A 75-year-old man, suffering from diabetes and hypertension with a prior history of a brain stroke. On 22/4/2014, he was transferred from a private hospital to a government hospital with lung problems. His symptoms increased on 24/4/2014 and he was moved to the ICU. 
  2. A 76-year-old man, suffering from chronic heart problems. On 20/4/2014, he underwent a heart surgery at a government hospital. On 24/4/2014, he developed respiratory symptoms. Now, he is in the ICU. He has been in contact with a confirmed case.
  3. A 62-year-old man, suffering from chronic heart problems and hypertension. He was admitted to a government hospital on 27/3/2014. He tested positive. He has been in contact with a confirmed case, but hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  4.  A 73-year-old man. He suffers from diabetes, hypertension, and nephritic syndrome. He was admitted to a government hospital on 20/4/2014 due to obstructive jaundice. Then, he displayed respiratory symptoms on 23/4/2014. Now, he is being treated in the ICU.
  5. A 77-year-old man, suffering from diabetes and hypertension and a previous history of a brain stroke. He was admitted to a government hospital on 31/3/2014 after a bacterial infection. On 23/4/2014, he displayed respiratory symptoms. Now, he is in the ICU.
  6. A 51-year-old woman. She was admitted to the governmental hospital on 27/4/2014 with respiratory syndromes. Her condition is stable. She has been in contact with a confirmed case.
  7. A 41-year-old woman. She has mild respiratory symptoms and is in stable condition. She has been in contact with a confirmed case.
 
B) In Tabuk:

 

  1. A 32-year-old man, suffering from diabetes and hypertension. He was admitted to the private hospital for one day on 17/4/2014 to control his diabetes. He was readmitted on 26/4/2014 with respiratory symptoms and discharged on 28/4/2014. Now, he is in the ICU at a private hospital. He has been in contact with a confirmed case.
  2. A 46-year-old man. On 12/4/2014, he was admitted to a private hospital with respiratory symptoms. He was discharged on 17/4/2014. He was readmitted after an increase in respiratory symptoms on 26/4/2014. His condition is stable. He has been in contact with a confirmed case.
 
C) In Makkah:
 
  1. A 29-year-old woman. She has been in contact with a confirmed case and does not have symptoms.
 
D) In Jeddah:
 
  1. A 60-year-old man. He developed respiratory symptoms on 23/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital on 26/4/2014. Now, he is being treated in the ICU.
  2. A 75-year-old woman. She developed respiratory symptoms on 21/4/2014 and was admitted to a government hospital on 26/4/2014. Now, she is being treated in the ICU.
  3. A 70-year-old woman. She displayed respiratory symptoms on 1/4/2014. She was admitted to a government hospital on 27/4/2014. Her condition is stable.
 
E) In Najran:
 
  1. A 68-year-old man, suffering from chronic heart problems and hypertension. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 20/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital on 25/4/2014 and left, of his own accord and responsibility, on 27/4/2014. His condition was stable.
 
F) In Hafr AlBatin:
 
  1. A 30-year-old woman. She has been in contact with a confirmed case and does not have any symptoms.
 
G) In Madinah:
 
  1. A 44-year-old man. He is suffering from heart disease, diabetes, and liver failure. He developed respiratory symptoms on 26/4/2014. Then, he was admitted to a government hospital on 27/4/2014. Now, his condition is stable. He was in contact with a confirmed case.
 
Within the same vein, there are two deaths among those cases that have been previously announced to be infected with the virus, as follows:
 
  1. A 41-year-old man in Tabuk, may Allah have mercy upon him.
  2. An 88-year-old man in Riyadh, may Allah have mercy upon him.
 
 
 

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