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Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia reports 223 COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths

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Saudi Arabia on Tuesday reported 223 new coronavirus cases and four deaths, bringing the total number of cases to 366,807, according to the Ministry of Health.

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The death toll rose to 6,359.

The number of recoveries in the Kingdom rose by 203 to 358,340.

Riyadh, the capital, recorded 78 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, while the Eastern Province had 45 cases, and Mecca had 34.

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There are 2,108 active coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia, 338 of which are critical cases, according to the health ministry.

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health said that coronavirus vaccination centers across the country are witnessing a “great turnout from all members of society of all groups,” facilitating the process of obtaining the vaccine.

There are COVID-19 vaccination centers across Saudi Arabia, including in Riyadh, the capital, Jeddah, Medina, and the Eastern Province. A new center is set to open in the Tabuk region.

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