Saudi Arabia is the biggest and wealthiest nation in the world, but it’s also home to one of the world’s worst Ebola outbreaks.
Saudi Arabia, a wealthy nation with a history of being one of its neighbours, has suffered from a massive outbreak of the virus.
Saudi King Salman has urged the world to work together to combat the outbreak.
Saudi Arabia is home to some of the poorest people in the Middle East.
The country’s population is under 1 million.
The country has also been hit hard by the Middle Eastern conflict that is now unfolding in Syria.
Saudi warplanes have bombed civilian areas in Yemen and neighbouring countries in recent weeks, killing hundreds of civilians.
Saudi forces have also been involved in airstrikes in Syria in recent months.
Ahead of the Saudi air raids on Yemen, the government in Riyadh had announced that it was suspending all imports of oil from Yemen.
It has also banned imports of certain foodstuffs and has imposed a three-month ban on all imports from Yemen, a move that has caused food shortages and increased fuel prices.
Despite this, the Saudi government has made no mention of the Ebola outbreak in its announcement.
According to a UN report, the outbreak is spreading at a rapid rate.
In April, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization said that the number of new cases was expected to reach more than 13,000 in the next 12 days.
The outbreak has also led to widespread food shortages in the country.
At the start of the month, Saudi Arabia had only one hospital treating people for the virus and it was only treating people who were already infected with Ebola.
In recent weeks the country has seen an influx of new infections as well as cases of the disease.
On Thursday, Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud announced that his kingdom will host the first Ebola prevention conference.
The event, which will take place on Saturday in the kingdom, is expected to be the largest in the history of the Middle-Eastern country.
Saudi officials have also pledged to bring Ebola patients back to their country.