Saudi Arabia reports 357 COVID-19 cases, four deaths

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Saudi Arabia on Sunday reported 357 new coronavirus cases and 314 recoveries, bringing the total to 379,831 cases and 370,614 recoveries, according to the Ministry of Health.

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The death toll in the Kingdom rose by four to 6,528.

There are 2,689 active COVID-19 cases in Saudi Arabia, 505 of which are critical cases.

As Saudi Arabia lifted most of its coronavirus restrictions on Sunday, the Kingdom’s Minister of Health Dr. Tawfik al-Rabiah urged the public to take the vaccine to protect themselves against the disease.

“We spent a year in this pandemic, and this is our plan towards normalcy Take the step and start your journey, your safety is the most important. Get the vaccine” the minister wrote on Twitter.

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