Coronavirus: 11 Indians Died in Saudi After COVID-19 Attacks

Regarding the statistics for the coronavirus count in India, the total number of people who have been infected with the coronavirus has reached a number of 23,452. As for the death count, 723 people have died in India. Specifically in Tamil Nadu, the numbers of confirmed cases has reached a count of 1,683 confirmed cases in the state where 20 people have died.

The Indian Embassy has recently stated that at least 11 Indians have died in Saudi Arabia after being affected by the coronavirus. The coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China at the end of December last year, has killed more than 976,000 people worldwide. According to a report released by Johns Hopkins University, more than 27 million people worldwide are infected with the coronavirus. The coronavirus has impacted countries like Saudi Arabia along with more than 200 other countries. As for the coronavirus statistics in Saudi Arabia, about 15,102 people have been affected so far where 127 of them have died.

11 Indians have been killed by the coronavirus attackers from India. As for the coronavirus count until the April 22nd, According to the Indian embassy in Riyadh, four of the 11 Indians were killed in Medina, 3 in Makkah, 2 in Jeddah, one in Riyadh and one in Dammam. The curfew has been postponed to May 3rd due to the appearance of new cases in India. The Indian embassy said that the Indians in the country will unfortunately be stuck in Saudi Arabia due to no possibilities of leaving the country. At present, no decision has been made to expel Indians from Saudi Arabia.

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