Via sabq.org, which has reacted quickly to the MOH announcement: Health: 4 deaths of 14 new patients with "Corona". The Google translation:
Medina: The Ministry of Health for 14 cases infected with "Corona" in Jeddah, Mecca and Riyadh, has died of cases between four people.
She Aloizrh in an official statement: in the city of Riyadh proved injuring Palestinian residents citizenship at the age of 81 years is suffering from diabetes and pressure and has a history of stroke old in the head, where he entered the military hospital in Riyadh on 30/03/2014 m suffering from chronic bronchitis, and in Date 20/04/2014 AD developed high degree Aharah with cough and shortness of breath, has passed away.
She added, were also hit a Filipina nurse nationality at the age of 28 years working in Habib Medical Center in Riyadh, there are no symptoms.
She went as well as injured citizen at the age of 70 years, King Khalid University Hospital, developed respiratory symptoms on 20/04/2014 AD has entered the hospital on 24.04.2014 AD and is currently receiving treatment in intensive care.
And completed: also wounded citizen at the age of 38 years military hospital in Al-Kharj, citizen of the population of the city of Jeddah, developed respiratory symptoms on 21/04/2014 AD and Tnom hospital on 04.22.2014 AD and in stable condition.
In the Holy City, the ministry said in a statement that a Filipina nurse nationality at the age of 40 years old was hit by the virus, and the hospital is working light, contact with the confirmed cases, and have no symptoms.
As a nurse wounded Filipino citizenship at the age of 30 years old, works a hospital intensive care unit light, Mkhalt of confirmed cases, and they appeared to have mild respiratory symptoms on 22/04/2014 AD and in stable condition.
It continued: hit-resident Bangladeshi citizenship at the age of 40 years old has a history of lupus patients with red, light entered the hospital on 04.01.2014 AD respiratory failure, was Tnoimha intensive care, has passed away.
In the province of Jeddah, install injured citizen at the age of 54 years at King Faisal Specialist Hospital, where he showed respiratory symptoms dated 04/16/2014 AD and entered the hospital on 18.04.2014 AD and receiving treatment intensive care on a ventilator.
She added: hit as well as a nurse Indian nationality at the age of 30 years old, working at King Fahd and contact with the confirmed case and do not have no symptoms, and a citizen at the age of 30 years, enter the King Fahd Hospital on 04/17/2014 AD after an accident, was examined for Mkhaltth to state confirmed and proved positivity examination, has passed away.
She was hit by a resident Pakistani nationality at the age of 30 years, a patient who has kidney transplant them, entered the King Fahd Hospital with symptoms of inflammation of the urinary tract, have been examined for being Mkhalt of confirmed cases and there is no proven positivity has symptoms.
The injured resident Pakistani nationality at the age of 55 years, see the King Fahd Hospital in an ambulance on 22/04/2014 AD respiratory symptoms and in stable condition.
It showed that the Palestinian residents citizenship at the age of 64 years contracted the virus, which is suffering from diabetes, pressure and failure of the heart in addition to other chronic diseases, he entered the King Fahd Hospital on 04/04/2014 AD unit cardiac care, has developed respiratory symptoms have passed away.
She went as well as injured citizen at the age of 64 years, appeared to have respiratory symptoms on 19/04/2014 AD was Tnoima military hospital in Jeddah on 04.21.2014 AD and in stable condition.
And concluded with the announcement of the death citizenship at the age of 59 years from the cases previously recorded in Riyadh.
Now that the MOH is detailing patients' nationalities, it's striking to see the Saudi reliance on expatriate healthcare workers. That could have implications not only for the spread of MERS, but for the general resilience of the whole Saudi health system: if the expats find jobs elsewhere, what happens to ordinary Saudi patients with diabetes and heart disease?