Saudi Arabia records 40 new COVID-19 deaths

Saudi Arabia records 40 new COVID-19 deaths
Mask-clad men walk along the promenade of Tahlia street in the centre of Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh on June 21, 2020, as the country begins to re-open following the lifting of a lockdown due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (AFP)
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Updated 22 June 2020

Saudi Arabia records 40 new COVID-19 deaths

Saudi Arabia records 40 new COVID-19 deaths
  • The Kingdom recorded 4,045 more patients that had recovered from the coronavirus
  • Saudi Arabia has eased its coronavirus lockdown restrictions this week

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has recorded 40 new deaths from COVID-19 and 3,393 new cases, the health ministry said Monday.
The Kingdom recorded 4,045 more patients that had recovered from the coronavirus, bringing the total number of recoveries to 105,175. 
The new COVID-19 related deaths raise the total to 1,307 in the Kingdom. 
Saudi Arabia has eased its coronavirus lockdown restrictions this week as it seeks to return cautiously to normal life amid the ongoing pandemic.