Jordanian Health Ministry: 44 Deaths Take COVID-19 Fatalities in Jordan to 668

Amman, COVID-19 killed 44 people in Jordan within the last 24 hours as the death toll stands at 668, and some 3,800 cases were recorded, bringing the caseload to 58,855, the Jordanian Ministry of Health (MoH) said Tuesday.
In its daily briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jordanian MoH said that 2,253 cases were recorded in Amman, 562 in Zarqa, 383 in Irbid, 143 in Jerash, 89 in Tafilah, 87 in Karak, 76 in Mafraq, 62 in Aqaba, 47 in Maan, 44 in Balqa, 41 in Ajloun, 4 in Madaba.
According to Petra, a total of 198 patients were admitted to hospitals as the total number of cases in hospitals surpasses 1,283, while the rest of active cases are self isolating.
In its effort to combat the spread of the disease, the epidemiological tracing teams conducted 29,600 COVID-19 tests today, as the tally nears, 1.76 million, the MoH added.

 

Source: Saudi Press Agency

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