Saudi Health service has inoculated more than 2 million people with high danger of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) crown infection with occasional influenza immunization, a nearby report said on Tuesday.
It also declared succeeding in dealing with 90 per cent of MERS corona virus contamination-spreading spots in health facilities.
It increased the number of hospitals in the global infectious disease surveillance program to 28 institutions.
The ministry announced on Monday a death and two new MERS corona virus cases while Saudi Arabia has been taking serious steps to ensure nationwide protection from the virus.
The country has reported hundreds of deaths and infections since the first diagnosed case in 2012.
It recorded the highest number of cases in the world.