While we’ve been focused on the Jeddah cluster in Saudi Arabia, it wasn’t so very long ago (April 9th) when the capital city was the focus of most of their recent MERS cases. Over the past 10 days KSA has announced 39 consecutive cases from Jeddah, but today we once again turn our attention toward Riyadh.
Today’s update revolves around five cases currently in intensive care, and a single fatality. There is no mention of onset dates, routes of exposures, or occupations in this update.
In the context of the work of epidemiological investigation and ongoing follow-up carried out by the Ministry of Health for the virus, "Corona" that causes respiratory syndrome Middle East MERS CoV Ministry announces the registration of six cases in Riyadh.
The first citizen at the age of 81 years is suffering from several chronic diseases, and is currently receiving treatment in intensive care.
The second is a citizen at the age of 32 years and also suffers from several chronic diseases, and is still receiving treatment in intensive care.
The third case was a citizen at the age of 78 years, as well as suffering from several chronic diseases where currently receiving treatment in intensive care.
But it is the fourth case of a resident at the age of 52 years and also suffers from several chronic diseases, is still receiving treatment in intensive care.
As for the fifth case it is also a resident at the age of 27 years old and suffers from a chronic disease, and is currently receiving treatment in intensive care, ask God healing them all.
The sixth case and they are resident at the age of 55 years, has died Ngmayora he rest in peace, where she was also suffering from chronic diseases.
In this context and in order from the Ministry of Health to provide all Avradalmojtma, media and social networking guidelines of health and medical advice on HIV corona virus that causes AIDS Middle East respiratory and inform them of the developments around it, they invite everyone to access the link on the disease through the Ministry's website www.moh .gov.sa / coronanew, or communicate via toll-free phone 8002494444 or 937 center or through a link saudimoh @ Twitter to get the information required.
God save our country from all evils.