Saudi aid agency continues support to Yemen’s prosthetic center

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Updated 21 April 2020

Saudi aid agency continues support to Yemen’s prosthetic center

  • KSRelief distributed food items for Ramadan among 1,075 displaced families in Al-Mahrah governorate

ADEN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Monday launched the second phase of its project to support the Center of Prosthetics and Physiotherapy in Aden, Yemen. The center distributed food baskets among 2,100 people in Hadebu province in Yemen’s Socotra governorate in collaboration with Al-Khair Humanitarian Coalition.
KSRelief also distributed food items for Ramadan among 1,075 displaced families in Al-Mahrah governorate.


Saudi Arabia to make coronavirus vaccine free for citizens and residents

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Saudi Arabia to make coronavirus vaccine free for citizens and residents

  • It hopes the vaccines would cover 70 percent of the Kingdom’s population by the end of 2021

RIYADH: The Saudi health ministry announced Monday that it would make the coronavirus vaccine available for free to all citizens and residents, according to Saudi channel Al Ekhbariya. 
The ministry said it hopes the vaccines would cover 70 percent of the Kingdom’s population by the end of 2021.
The ministry said on Monday it had recorded 231 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number to 355,489 cases, including 5,877 active cases receiving necessary medical care.
Sixteen new deaths have been reported, bringing the total deaths to 5,796.