Nov 16, Kuwait News, (KUNA) – Today, Monday, the Ministry of Health announced the registration of 489 new cases of the new Coronavirus (Covid 19) in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases registered in the country to 137,329, while four deaths were recorded as a result of contracting the disease. The total number of deaths registered to date is 842.
The official spokesperson for the ministry, Dr. Abdullah Al-Sanad, told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the number of people receiving medical care in intensive care departments has reached 115 cases, thus becoming the total number of all cases that have been confirmed to have a disease (Covid 19) and still receiving the necessary medical care 8073 cases.
The bond indicated that the number of swabs that were performed in the past 24 hours reached 5072, bringing the total to 1016638 examinations.
He renewed the call to citizens and residents to continue adopting all means Prevention, avoiding contact with others, and being keen on applying the strategy of physical distancing, recommending to visit the official accounts of the Ministry of Health and the official authorities in the country to view instructions and recommendations and everything that would contribute to containing the spread of the virus.
The Ministry was Health Ministry announced earlier today that 829 cases had recovered in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of recoveries to 128,414 cases. (TNS)
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829 New recovery cases ( Total 128,414 )
489 New Cases ( Total 137,329 )
8,073 Active Cases Total
4 New Deaths Cases ( Total 842 )
5,072 New Tests ( Total 1,016,638)
115 Serious Cases ( ICU )
Nov 16, Kuwait Report 829 Coronavirus cases recovered, and a total of 128,414 recoveries
Nov 16, Kuwait News, (KUNA) – The Ministry of Health announced today, Monday, the recovery of 829 cases of the emerging coronavirus (Covid 19) in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of people recovering in the country to 128,414.
The ministry said in a statement to the News Agency Kuwaiti (KUNA) said that it was confirmed that these cases are similar to recovery after conducting the necessary medical examinations and the steps taken in this regard. (TNS)