Al-Awwad commends the payment of compensation to the families of deceased health practitioners with "Corona"
Dr. Awad Al-Awwad, Chairman of the Saudi Human Rights Commission, praised the decision of the Saudi Council of Ministers to spend 500 thousand riyals (133 thousand dollars) to the families of deceased health practitioners from the Corona virus, both Saudis and non-Saudis. Al-Awad said, through his Twitter account: “The Cabinet’s decision to spend half a million riyals for Saudis and non-Saudis, for the families of the health sector worker who died due to Corona. A new affirmation of the state’s care for everyone residing in it alike, ”stressing that“ the rights of workers in the health sector and their families are a new lesson for the world about what human rights are. ” In a related matter, the Saudi Ministry of Health announced yesterday (Wednesday) that it had recorded 416 new cases of the new Coronavirus (Covid-19), and 19 deaths, in addition to 433 recovery cases, bringing the total number of recovered cases to 332,550 cases.
The UAE announced three deaths, in addition to 1,400 new injuries. The total toll from the pandemic rose to 485 deaths and 129,24 injuries. On the other hand, two thousand and 189 recoveries were registered, bringing the total number of cures to 124,647.
In Amman, a statement by the Ministry of Health in the country announced that the total number of injuries in the country reached 114,434 injuries, and the number of deaths reached one thousand and 208 deaths. The Omani Health Ministry statement mentioned that the number of cures rose to 103,60 cures.
For its part, Kuwait announced the registration of 814 new injuries, bringing the total number of registered cases to 123,906, while 7 deaths were recorded, bringing the total number of deaths to 763. On the other hand, 807 injuries were cured, bringing the total number of recovery cases to 114,923.
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In Bahrain, 232 new injuries were announced, while medical examinations confirmed at the same time 289 other cases of recovery, bringing the total number of recovered cases to 77,421 cases, while the total number of deaths reached 316 cases.
At the same level, Qatar announced the registration of 250 new injuries; This brings the total toll from the pandemic to 131,939 injuries. On the other hand, 267 recoveries were recorded. Bringing the total number of recoveries to 128,884 cases.
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