21 September 2020

Virus claims 57 more lives in Iraq, 36 in Saudi Arabia

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Health authorities in Iraq and Saudi Arabia confirmed more fatalities and infections related to the novel coronavirus on Wednesday. reports citing foreign media.

The Iraqi Health Ministry said 57 people died from COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, pushing the nationwide death toll to 5,588.

The virus has also sickened 3,441 more people, bringing the total infections to 160,436, including 114,541 recoveries.

In Saudi Arabia, the Health Ministry recorded 36 more deaths and 1,569 new cases over the past day.

The kingdom’s count now stands at 3,269 deaths and 293,037 infections as well as 257,269 recoveries.

2020.08.12 / 19:11
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