More Than 700000 people apply for Covid vaccination in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia: 700,000 apply for Covid-19 vaccination
700000 people apply for Covid vaccination: A total of 700,000 have so far applied to take the vaccine against the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Saudi Arabia, reported Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
700,000 people apply for Covid vaccination in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Health Ministry’s Official Spokesman Dr Muhammad Al-Abdulaali said 154 new confirmed cases of Covid-19) have been reported in the Kingdom, bringing the total number to 362,220 cases, including 2,856 active cases receiving necessary medical care.
Of these, there are 391 critical cases, while the health condition of the rest is stable, he added.
He pointed out that 175 infected patients have recovered, bringing the total recoveries to 353,179, reporting nine deaths, which brings the toll to 6,185.
Registration for the vaccination campaign, which began on December 17, will be in stages, the ministry’s spokesman Mohammed al-Abd al-Ali said, adding that it is open to all members of society.
Since Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman received the vaccine on Friday, the number of people who have signed up for the COVID-19 vaccine increased five times more than it had been before in the hours following the Crown Prince’s shot, Minister of Health Dr. Tawfiq al-Rabiah said on Saturday.