The discharge of the last COVID-19 patient from the University Health Quarantine
With the decrease in the number of people infected with COVID-19 virus in the Kingdom, King Saud University celebrated last Wednesday the closure of its health quarantine with the recovery and exit of the last patient in the building 42 dedicated to Corona cases, which includes 115 studios, and 83 thousand meals were provided and 1429 infected with the virus benefited from the quarantine.
The quarry was one of the first government buildings used to combat the virus. His Excellency, the KSU Rector, Dr. Badran Al-Omar, together with the Vice President, Dr. Abdullah Al-Salman, and the KSUMC Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Ahmed bin Salah Hirsi, inspected the quarantine building after the discharge of the last COVID-19 patient. His Excellency praised the efforts made by the health and administrative staff since the start of the crisis to limit the spread of the virus, and stressed in a statement on this occasion that the happy news that will contribute to raising the morale of society.