Health has reported four deaths from COVID-19 between the ages of 71 and 90

The Ministry of Health On Sunday, it reported four additional deaths from COVID-19bringing the total in this line to 4,439 since the pandemic began in March 2020.

Through a tweet, the agency indicated that three of the deceased were partially vaccinated (without a booster dose) and one had completed a course of vaccination (including a booster dose).

The last four victims were between the ages of 71 and 90. According to the noon update on the Health Portal. One of the deaths occurred on the first of June, while the other three deaths were recorded on the eighth of the same month.

May closed with 174 deaths from COVID-19. In addition, so far in June there have been 45 deaths. The daily average of deaths – in a seven-day period – is three.

Ago Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA, in English) has authorized the use of vaccines against COVID-19, and the scientific and medical community has confirmed that the drug did not prevent infection with the virus, but it reduced the chances of suffering from severe symptoms and death.

In the past 30 days, the following cases have been reported: 39 deaths of unvaccinated people, 51 deaths of vaccinated people, and 75 deaths of people vaccinated with booster drugs.

Demographics of deaths from COVID-19:

Demographics of those deceased by COVID-19 recorded on June 12, 2022. (Yasir)

On the other hand, health reported that 368 people have been hospitalized with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which means 19 fewer patients during the past 24 hours. Health initially reported that the number of patients in the hospital was 369.

The total was divided into 318 adults and 50 pediatric patients. For a day like today three months ago, the total number of adults caught up in the virus reached 40, according to the health data portal.

Meanwhile, the virus positivity rate at noon was set at 33.25%. The World Health Organization (The World Health Organization) recommends that this line not exceed 5% to keep the virus under control.

Meanwhile, the average number of confirmed cases – in a seven-day period – was 705, while the number of probable cases was 2,072.

With regard to vaccination, the percentage of the eligible population aged 5 years or older who have been vaccinated with at least one dose is 95%. More than 2.6 million people have completed the dose series. In addition, only 61.3% of the eligible population over 12 years of age had a booster dose, which represents 1,524,328 people.

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