Saudi Arabia’s COVID-19 cases increased on Tuesday, June 2nd, to 89,011, as 1,869 new cases were reported.
As the Saudi Health Ministry tweeted, the total number of recovered patients in the country escalated to 65,790 after 1,484 new recoveries were newly reported.
The kingdom recorded 24 more deaths from the virus in the earlier 24 hours, pushing the total number of death to 549, the ministry stated.
Riyadh continued to be the hardest-hit city with 556 infections, followed by Mecca, with 300 cases, and Jeddah, with 279 cases.
In the meantime, the ministry has commenced a campaign to improve awareness among the public of the importance of taking precautionary and preventative measures as a process of normalization across the country.
Saudi Arabia and China have helped each other in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.