Today (Sunday), the spokesman for the Ministry of Health, Dr. Muhammad Al-Abd Al-Aali, reviewed the developments in confronting the novel coronavirus pandemic in the Kingdom.
He explained, during the press conference on Corona developments, that there are still 39 critical cases receiving the necessary medical care in the Kingdom, although this number remains much lower than the critical cases in other periods of the pandemic.
With regard to stimulating doses, Al-Abd Al-Aali confirmed that after 6 months of immunization with two doses, the antibodies in the body decline, which makes him need a stimulating dose to reach the immunity to appropriate levels to repel the Corona virus and its mutations.
He pointed out the need to adhere to the muzzle in crowded places, even if they are open, stressing that the current protocols make wearing the muzzle in these locations mandatory.
When asked whether physical distance should continue to be applied in mosques, or only the muzzle should be worn, the ministry’s spokesman explained that those inside places that cannot verify the health status of their visitors through “our trust,” such as mosques, must commit to wearing masks and applying physical distancing within these places. .
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