Here is the link- https://sa.usembassy.gov/visas/
The Department of State suspended routine visa services worldwide in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh and the Consulates General in Dhahran and Jeddah cancelled associated visa appointments. In addition, on June 26, the Department of State authorized the voluntary departure of non-emergency U.S. Mission personnel and all Mission family members due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The visa units are operating with reduced staff.
The resumption of routine visa services will occur on a post-by-post basis. The Embassy and Consulates General have continued to provide emergency and mission-critical visa services since March and will continue to do so as they are able. Our visa services website has current information on nonimmigrant visas.
Immigrant visa applicants subject to Presidential Proclamation 10014 should request an appointment only if you have reason to believe you may qualify for one of the exceptions in the Proclamation. Applicants applying as a returning resident (SB-1) or fiancé(e) (K-1 visa) are not being processed at this time except on an emergency basis. If your case is still at the National Visa Center (NVC), it will be scheduled and sent to the Embassy for further processing as soon as NVC completes its preprocessing of the case and visa interview appointments are available. We cannot accept local filing of immigrant petitions at this time nor provide most other services on behalf of US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
If your case falls into one of the categories identified above, and you do not have reason to believe you may qualify for one of the exceptions listed in Presidential Proclamation 10014 and/or you do not have an emergency, please do not contact us at this time so that we can use our limited resources to increase visa services.
Current immigrant visa services include processing visas for the spouses and minor children of U.S. citizens whose cases the National Visa Center (NVC) has already sent to post, healthcare professionals whose cases NVC has already sent to post, and visa re-issuances. Appointments will be made available subject to local conditions and our staffing levels.
We anticipate resuming services gradually as conditions allow. Any changes to services will be announced here."
Note the line about currently processing spousal visas. Even if they are, I'm going to assume it will take at least 5 months for my husband (DQ in July) to get a date. The note about the spousal visas was not on their website as of 2 weeks ago (i check constantly) so i hope that's good news!