Via the KSA MOH MERs page: (Health): Registration of 4 cases of infection (Corona) new in Jeddah. Unlike the Al Jazeera report posted just below, this does not mention a death, whether of a foreigner or a national. The death may be that of a 45-year-old expatriate mentioned in an April 11 statement. The Google translation of today's statement:
In the context of the work of epidemiological investigation and ongoing follow-up carried out by the Ministry of Health for the virus (Corona) that causes respiratory syndrome Middle East MERS-CoV Ministry announces the registration of four cases of HIV infection in Jeddah.
The first citizen working field of health at the age of 26 years, and has no symptoms, and the second citizen working field of health at the age of 58 years and his condition is stable, and the third for the citizen at the age of 71 years and his condition is stable, and the fourth resident works the domain of health at the age of 39 years old and had no symptoms, note that he has been examined 200 samples during the last period, have demonstrated passivity except as stated above.
Based on the total number of cases recorded so far, the mortality rate dropped from 42% to 35.9% and thankfully, note that the proportion of deaths worldwide amounted to 38%.
The Saudi MERS numbers are now 189 cases and 68 deaths.