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Daily Report on the Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) Situation
24 April 2014  
Daily Report on the Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) Situation: Sunday, 27th   April, 2014 (corresponding to 27th   Jumada Al-Akhera, 1435H).
 
The total number of the confirmed cases over the past 24 hours: 16 cases
The total number of deaths over the past 24 hours: 8 deaths (four of them have been recorded over the past 24 hours while the other four cases were previously announced to be infected with the virus).
 
Distribution of Corona cases according to the Kingdom’s regions:
 
Riyadh ​
Two cases
Jeddah​
Eight cases
Tabuk​
 Six cases
 
Overview of the health status of the cases:
 
  •   Six cases haven’t developed any symptoms.
  •   Five stable hospitalized cases, receiving the proper treatment.
  •   One case at IC units.
  •   Four cases passed Away, May Allah have mercy upon them.
 

Distribution of the cases according to the Kingdom’s hospitals:

 

Hospital​ Cases​
Prince Sultan Military Medical City in Riyadh​
  • One death; a male child, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  • One stable case for a Saudi female
King Fahad Hospital in Jeddah​
  • One death; a female resident, May Allah have mercy upon her
  • One stable case for a female nurse
  • One stable case for a Saudi male
  • One stable case for a male physician
 Erfan Hospital in Jeddah  ​
  • One critical case for a male resident​
The Military Hospital in Jeddah ​
  • One stable case for a female nurse
  • One death; a Saudi female, May Allah have mercy upon her​
The National Guard Hospital in Jeddah ​
  • One death; a Saudi male, May Allah have mercy upon him 
Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital in Tabuk​
  • Two cases for male physicians, who haven’t developed any symptoms
  • Three cases for female nurses, who haven’t developed any symptoms
  • One case; a male nurse, who hasn’t developed any symptoms

 

 

The Health Situation of the Cases in Detail:

A) In Riyadh:

  1. The first case is a 9-month-old Saudi male child. He had been admitted to the Military Hospital lin Riyadh on 4th April, 2014, suffering from nephritic syndrome. He had developed respiratory syndrome on 7th April, 2014. Then, he had been admitted to the IC unit. After that, his health status had deteriorated; due to the failure of his vital organs, and the examination of coronavirus had proven positive. He passed away afterwards, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  2. The second case is a 16-year-old female citizen. She has been admitted tothe Military Hospital lin Riyadh on 21st April, 2014, suffering from respiratory symptoms. Now, her health status is stable.
B) In Tabuk:
 
  1. The first case is a 32-year-old Syrian male physician, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. He has been in contact with a confirmed case, but he hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  2. The second case is a 37-year-old Egyptian male physician, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. He has been in contact with a confirmed case, but he hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  3. The third case is a 26-year-old Filipina female nurse, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. She has been in contact with a confirmed case, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  4. The fourth case is a 24-year-old Filipina female nurse, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. She has been in contact with a confirmed case, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  5. The fifth case is a 46-year-old Filipina female nurse, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. She has been in contact with a confirmed case, but she hasn’t developed any symptoms.
  6. The sixth case is a 37-year-old Filipina male nurse, working at Prince Fahad bin Sultan Private Hospital. He has been in contact with a confirmed case, but he hasn’t developed any symptoms.
 
C) In Jeddah:
 
  1. The first case is a 42-year-old Filipina female nurse. She has developed  respiratory symptoms on 20th April, 2014. Then, she has been admitted to the Military Hospital in Jeddah on 22nd April, 2014. Now, her health status is stable.
  2. The second case is a 65 -year-old Saudi female. She had developed  respiratory symptoms on 17th April, 2014. Then, she had been admitted to the Military Hospital in Jeddah on 19th April, 2014. She passed away, May Allah have mercy upon her.
  3. The third case is a 75-year-old Yemeni male resident. He has been admitted to Erfan Hospital on 21st March, suffering from brain stroke. Then, he developed respiratory symptoms on 21st April, 2014. Now, he is at the IC unit, receiving the proper treatment, May Allah grant him speedy recovery.
  4. The fourth case is a 61-year-old Indonesian female resident, who had been suffering from renal failure. She had been admitted to King Fahad Hospital on 16th April, 2014, suffering from respiratory symptoms. Then, she passed away, May Allah have mercy upon her.
  5. The fifth case is a 54-year-old Filipina female nurse, working at King Fahad Hospital. She has developed respiratory symptoms on 24th April, 2014. Now, her health status is stable.
  6. The sixth case is a 65-year-old Saudi male. He has been admitted to the King Fahad Hospital on 25th April, 2014, suffering from respiratory symptoms. Now, his health status is stable.
  7. The seventh case is a 59-year-old Saudi male physician. He has been admitted to the King Fahad Hospital on 25th April, 2014, suffering from respiratory symptoms. Now, his health status is stable.
  8. The eighth case is a 55-year-old Saudi male, who had been suffering from cardiac failure. He has been admitted to the National Guard Hospital on 18th April, 2014. Then, he passed away, may Allah have mercy him.
Within the same vein, there are four deaths among those cases who have been previously announced to be infected with the virus, as follows:

  1. The first case is a 78-year-old Saudi male in Riyadh, May Allah have mercy upon him.
  2. The second case is a 69-year-old Saudi female in Riyadh, May Allah have mercy upon her.
  3. The third case is an 89-year-old Saudi female in Riyadh, May Allah have mercy upon her.
  4. The fourth case is a 68-year-old male resident in Jeddah, May Allah have mercy upon him.
 
 


 
 
 
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