Two Saudis recover from coronavirus in Bahrain

Two Saudis recover from coronavirus in Bahrain
This picture taken on February 24, 2020 shows a view outside the quarantine zone at the hospital in the central Iraqi holy shrine city of Najaf where the first case of first case of coronavirus COVID-19 documented in Iraq is being treated. (File/AFP)
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Updated 14 March 2020

Two Saudis recover from coronavirus in Bahrain

Two Saudis recover from coronavirus in Bahrain
  • Saudi Airlines will operate flights to Riyadh and Jeddah starting Sunday, the Saudi embassy in the Philippines said
  • Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior said it will suspend international flights for two weeks from Sunday

DUBAI: Two Saudi citizens have recovered from coronavirus (COVID-19) and have left the medical isolation unit in Al-Salmaniya hospital, the Saudi Embassy in Manama reported.

Meanwhile, Saudi Airlines will operate flights to Riyadh and Jeddah starting Sunday, the Saudi embassy in the Philippines said.

Earlier on Saturday, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior said it will suspend international flights for two weeks from Sunday to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, the Ministry of Interior announced on Saturday.

On Friday, 24 new cases of COVID-19 infections were reported in the Kingdom, raising the total to 86.