The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health on Thursday announced 55 new cases with Coronavirus (COVID-19) during the last 24 hours, bringing the total of cases registered in the country to 910 cases.
The Ministry's Spokesman Dr. Abdullah Al Sanad said that the new announced cases included 51 patients coming in contact with individuals contracting the disease, four of them are Kuwaiti citizens while 47 cases are for residents from different nationalities, according to Kuwaiti news agency (KUNA).
Further more, epidemical investigation cases are at four, Dr. Al Sanad revealed, adding that they include two Kuwaitis and two residents.
The number of ICU patients suffering from (COVID-19) is 22, of them 14 are in stable condition and eight in critical condition, bringing the total number of coronavirus patients treated in Kuwait to 798, the spokesman added. (QNA)
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