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MOH: '10 New Corona Cases Recorded in the Kingdom’s Regions'
01 May 2014  
The Daily Report on the Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) Situation: Wednesday, 30th April, 2014 (corresponding to 1st Rajab, 1435H)
 
 
The total number of the confirmed cases over the past 24 hours:  10 cases
 
The Distribution of Corona cases according to the Kingdom’s regions:
 

An Overview of the Health Status of the Cases:
  •  Two cases haven’t developed any symptoms.
  • Six stable cases, receiving the proper treatment.
  • Two cases in Intensive Care units.

The Health Situation of the Cases in Detail:

A) In Riyadh:

  1. A 31-year-old man. He has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.
  2. A 50-year-old man. He developed respiratory syndrome on 19/4/2014. Then, he was admitted to a government hospital on 27/4/2014. Now, he is being treated in the ICU.
  3. A 29-year-old woman. She has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.
B) In Jeddah:
  1. A 50-year-old woman. She was suffering from respiratory syndrome on 12/4/2014. She was admitted to a government hospital on 16/4/2014. Her condition is stable.
  2. A 53-year-old woman. She was suffering from respiratory syndrome on 24/4/2014. On 27/4/2014, she was admitted to a government hospital. Her condition is stable.
  3. A 55-year-old man. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 19/4/2014. He was admitted to a private hospital on 22/4/2014. His condition is stable.
  4. A 75-year-old woman. She displayed respiratory symptoms on 22/4/2014. She was admitted to a private hospital on 24/4/2014. Her condition is stable.
C) In Makkah:
  1. A 40-year-old man. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 19/4/2014. On 26/4/2014, he was admitted to a government hospital. His condition is stable.
  2. A 34-year-old man. He developed respiratory syndrome on 13/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital on 27/4/2014. Now, he is in the ICU.
  3. A 49-year-old woman. She was admitted to a government hospital on 13/4/2014 for her diabetes. On 26/4/2014, she displayed respiratory symptoms. Her condition is stable.
 
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