Saudi Arabia records 5,477 COVID-19 cases and one death in 24 hours

Saudi Arabia confirmed the biggest number of new COVID-19 infections ever on Friday, with 5,628 cases

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According to the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health, there have been 5,477 new COVID-19 infections and one virus-related death in the past 24 hours.

On Sunday, the Kingdom confirmed through the Ministry of Health’s official Twitter account that COVID-19 vaccinations would be accessible for children aged five to eleven.

Saudi Arabia confirmed the biggest number of new COVID-19 infections ever on Friday, with 5,628 cases.

In Saudi Arabia, a total of 615,430 COVID-19 infections have been reported.

The virus has resulted in the deaths of 8,906 people.

The country’s COVID-19 restrictions have been modified, with new sanctions of $266 (1,000 Saudi riyals) for first-time violators and $266,000 (100,000 riyals) for habitual offenders.

In recent weeks, the kingdom reintroduced social distance restrictions at Mecca’s Grand Mosque as well as other public locations.

Mask regulations in public, both inside and outdoors, have been reinstated.

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