Kovid reappears; Kuwait says no worries

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The Ministry of Health has said that the recent increase in Kovid cases in Kuwait is not a cause for concern. None of the Kovid victims are in critical condition and no deaths due to Kovid have been reported in the country since last April, officials said.

The recent increase in Kovid cases in the Gulf region has also been evident in Kuwait, but the Ministry of Health has reiterated that there is no cause for concern and that the health situation in the country is improving. Authorities said there was not a single patient in the intensive care unit and the last reported death from Kovid was in April.

Kuwait is closely monitoring every global movement related to Kovid. The Ministry has set up a system to expedite contact cases. The Ministry of Health added that this will help in early detection and treatment of the infected and reduce the spread of the disease. Meanwhile, in the first four months of this year, 93 people were diagnosed with various infectious diseases in the country. Hassan al-Awadi informed. The disease was diagnosed in people who registered for a pre-marital medical examination. There were 26 cases of hepatitis B, seven cases of hepatitis C, 57 cases of syphilis and 3 cases of HIV. Between January 1 and April 30, 9,186 people, including 960 foreigners, underwent pre-marital medical tests, according to the Community Health Department.

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