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Saudi security decides to put migrant workers in quarantine to confront Corona

By : Ahmed Al-Zayla’i 

Translated By : Taha Sakr

Saudi Public Security announced, Wednesday, the implementation of new measures to combat the Corona virus in the Kingdom.

The Saudi Public Security decided, according to his official account on “Twitter”, “to compel all companies and institutions to apply the home quarantine for 14 days from the date of arrival for all expatriate workers from outside the Kingdom to prevent the new Corona virus.”

The Saudi Ministry of Health revealed, on Tuesday, the monitoring and recording of 38 new cases of coronavirus.

The ministry said that the first three cases are for a citizen who was in contact with a previous case, a citizen coming from Germany, and a Jordanian resident coming from Britain, who are isolated in a health facility in Jeddah Governorate.

The ministry stated that the fourth and fifth cases are for a man and woman of Egyptian nationality coming from Egypt, and the sixth for a Turkish woman coming from Turkey, all of whom are isolated in a health facility in Makkah.

The Ministry indicated that there are ten other cases, including six cases of citizens coming from Iraq, one case of a citizen coming from Italy, one case of a citizen who was in contact with a previous case, and two cases of two citizens under investigation, all of whom are isolated in a health facility in Qatif.