Home Covid-19 Covid-19: Saudi reports a total of 2,795 cases The death toll in the kingdom has now reached 41 by Zainab Mansoor April 7, 2020 Saudi Arabia has recorded a total of 2,795 confirmed coronavirus cases as of April 7. The death toll has now reached 41. Meanwhile, 615 people are said to have recovered. The highest number of Covid-19 cases were recorded in Riyadh (841) and Makkah (534). Oman A total of 371 confirmed Covid-19 cases have been recorded in the sultanate, Times of Oman reported on April 7. Of the cases, the highest (293) have been recorded in the Muscat governorate. As many as 302 are active Covid-19 cases while 67 are said to have recovered. Tags Covid-19 Healthcare infections recoveries Saudi Arabia virus 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like New Saudi carrier: NEOM Airlines to launch in 2024 Olayan Saudi Holding Company, Vamed to open hospital in Riyadh World’s first PLAY-DOH attractions to be launched in Saudi Arabia Is the region’s smartphone market expected to grow in 2023?