COVID-19: Saudi Arabia confirms four more cases

Number of coronavirus cases in South Africa rises to three 

In the Arab world, Saudi Arabia's health ministry registered four new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections to 11 as the Kingdom also separately announced a general amnesty for those who violate a travel ban to Iran. 
So far, 125 people have come forward. 

While in Africa, the wife of the first patient to be infected with the coronavirus has tested positive for the virus, South Africa's health ministry said in a statement, bringing the number of confirmed cases to three.

To date, all three confirmed cases belonged to a group of 10 tourists who travelled to Italy, according to the statement.

All those who may have come into contact with the infected individuals have been traced, except for one person who was not in South Africa.

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