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The  Saudi Ministry of Health has announced 18 new MERS cases and 2 deaths from previous cases. The cases have been recorded in Makkah, Jeddah, Riyadh and Madinah.

5 new cases have been recorded in Riyadh, 7 in Jeddah, 4 cases in Makkah and 2 in Madinah.

Overview of the Health Status of the Cases:

  • 6 cases haven’t developed any symptoms.
  • 5 stable hospitalized cases, receiving proper treatment.
  • 5 cases in Intensive Care.
  • 2 deaths.

Health Situation of the Cases in Detail:

In Riyadh:

  • 40 year old woman. She has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.
  • 13 year old boy, suffering from Asthma. He developed respiratory symptoms visited a government hospital. His condition has improved and has not developed any symptoms.
  • 71 year old woman, suffering from Cancer. She had a high fever, respiratory symptoms, and  inflammation of the urethra and was admitted to a government hospital on 27/3/2014. She has been in contact with a confirmed case. Now, she is being treated in the ICU.
  • 82 year old man, suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure, and lung disease. He displayed respiratory failure on 14/4/2014 and was admitted to a government hospital. On 26/4/2014 he showed respiratory symptoms. Now, he is being treated in the ICU. He has been in contact with a confirmed case.
  • 66 year old woman suffering from diabetes. She displayed respiratory symptoms on 24/4/2014. She was admitted to a government hospital on 29/4/2014. Now, she is being treated in the ICU.

In Jeddah:

  • 56 year old man, suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 21/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital on 24/4/2014. Now, his condition is stable.
  • 70 year old man, suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 30/4/2014 and was admitted to a government hospital. Now, his condition is stable.
  • 55 year old man, suffering from diabetes. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 23/4/2014. He was admitted to a private hospital. Now, his condition is stable.
  • 37 year old man. He has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.
  • 55 year old woman. She displayed respiratory symptoms on 29/4/2014, she was admitted to National Guard hospital. Now, her condition is stable.
  • 25 year old man. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 24/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital on 27/4/2014. He passed away on 30/4/2014.
  • 53 year old man. He has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.

In Makkah:

  • 28 year old man. He has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.
  • 32 year old man. He has been in contact with a confirmed case. He displayed mild symptoms and was admitted to a government hospital on 29/4/2014. Then, he was transferred to another government hospital in Jeddah.
  • 69 year old woman, suffering from Tuberculosis and Anemia. She displayed weakness of heart muscle. She was admitted to a government hospital on 5/3/2014. She displayed respiratory symptoms on 26/4/2014. Then, she passed away on 29/4/2014.
  • 28 year old woman. She has been in contact with a confirmed case and has not developed any symptoms.

In Al Madina Al Munawara:

  • 60 year old man suffering from diabetes and heart disease. He displayed respiratory symptoms on 30/4/2014. He was admitted to a government hospital. Now, he is being treated in the ICU.2. 47 year old man. On 22/4/2014, he was admitted to a government hospital in Jeddah and diagnosed with kidney failure. He had high fever and vomiting on 26/4/2014. Now, he is being treated in the ICU.

Source: Saudi MOH