Kuwait is third in the Gulf to recover rate from Corona

Kuwait City, April 20: While the “Corona” numbers recorded the day before yesterday, the alarm sounded, health officials considered that the presence of 254 cases in intensive care due to infection with the virus is a very worrying indicator, pointing out that the escalation of the epidemic curve requires more caution, caution and avoiding contact.

Health officials stressed the need to initiate and expedite registration through the Covid 19 vaccination platform, noting that there is no justification for hesitation in registering and taking the vaccine.

They indicated that the number of cases present in intensive care rooms for those infected with the virus reached a record number, indicating the seriousness of disease complications for those who did not receive doses of the two approved vaccines in the country, indicating that the expansion of vaccinations will reduce mortality rates and entry into care.


They added to Al-Qabas that the highest rate of admission to care for Covid 19 was recorded on the first day of the month of April, which is 252 cases, indicating that the cases are distributed in separate segments “the elderly and youth”, which indicates the seriousness of the virus and the absence of any excluded category from its complications Only those who received two doses of the Pfizer or Oxford vaccines, as they alleviate symptoms caused by corona infection, and reduce admission rates to hospital wards.

Healing ratios

In the same context, health officials confirmed that the rate of recovery from the virus compared to the number of daily infections in the country is still reassuring, compared to other countries, as it reached the day before yesterday, in Kuwait, to 93.6 percent, compared to 88.5 percent in Qatar. And 89.1 percent in the Sultanate of Oman, 92.8 percent in Bahrain, 96 percent in Saudi Arabia, and 96.5 percent in the UAE, pointing to the need not to abandon the application of health requirements even if vaccination doses are taken, while avoiding Gatherings and reduce opportunities for contact.

Regarding the latest developments in vaccinations against Covid 19, officials stated that the Ministry of Health continues its efforts to accelerate the pace of vaccination during the month of Ramadan, and by launching other vaccination centers shortly before, indicating that about 20.2 percent of the population has been vaccinated so far, compared to 4. 1 percent in the Sultanate of Oman, 44.5 percent in Qatar, 64.7 percent in Bahrain, 21.2 percent in Saudi Arabia, and 98.6 percent in the Emirates.

And she added that vaccination does not prevent infection with corona by 100 percent, but in all cases it gives the immune system a major role in facing the Covid 19 virus, and it also reduces hospital admissions and critical cases in intensive care. 

Gulf cure rates

96.5% UAE

96% Saudi Arabia

93.6% Kuwait

92.8% Bahrain

89.1%, Sultanate of Oman

88.5% Qatar

Gulf vaccination rates

98.6% of the UAE

64.7% Bahrain

44.5% Qatar

21.2% Saudi Arabia

20.2% Kuwait

4.1% of the Sultanate of Oman

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Adil Khan

Adil Khan writes about Kuwait National News for Mykuwaits, out of Kuwait. Adil Khan is a senior reporter for Mykuwaits.com and has frequently written about the latest developments in the State of Kuwait. Adil Khan is available on Facebook at the below link, Please send in your leads and tips.
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