Via sabq.org, a tally of cases I've never seen before in the Saudi media, complete with a chart: "health" monitor the decline of injuries recorded as "Corona" in Saudi Arabia. Excerpt from a Google translation, and then a comment:
launched a command and control center of the Ministry of Health, last month, a comprehensive review of audit data on patients corona virus that causes respiratory syndrome Middle East.
The audit dealt with information about the progression of the disease during the period from 2012 to date, in order to reach a full and accurate understanding of the current health situation in the Kingdom.
This procedure helped the ministry to develop the necessary policies and take more effective measures to combat the spread of HIV infection Corona.
The results of the audit showed that the total number of cases registered in the Kingdom since 2012 and until the morning of the third of June 2014 is 688, including 282 deaths, in addition to the 53 still receiving treatment, and 353 had recovered.
Based on the results of the audit; Ministry of Health issued guidance need to activate a number of strict measures to ensure the application of the standards in the field of data collection, transparency and disclosure, under the control and supervision of command and control center, make sure to follow the procedures and systems in obtaining accurate and reliable information and quick.
The head of the medical advisory board command and control center, Dr. Tariq Madani: "The ministry is committed to absorb all the information and knowledge of the corona virus that causes respiratory syndrome, the Middle East, in addition to the development of policies necessary to protect public health."
He added: "In order that the ministry has a comprehensive review to scrutinize the cases of previous infection; in order to create a comprehensive picture of all the facts of the cases and how they spread, and despite the fact that the review led to the discovery confirmed cases must be added, however, that we are still seeing a decline in the number of cases New registered over the past few weeks."
Update: Yesterday's KSA MOH tally had 190 deaths. This unofficial tally has 282. Now we have to wait to see what the June 3 tally looks like, and to learn why the discrepancy of 92 deaths.