Published: 2020-06-04 12:01
Last Updated: 2020-06-04 12:25
The Executive Committee of the COVID-19 Crisis Management Cell in Irbid governorate on Thursday ended a lockdown imposed on four residential buildings.
In a statement, the Director of Irbid health affairs, Dr. Qasim Mayyas, said that ending the lockdown on the four buildings, quarantined for more than two weeks, came after all samples collected from residents tested negative.
"One house in the Kuraymah town is still isolated as a precaution despite having no positive results until Thursday morning, since its positive case was announced less than the period of time approved by the Jordanian health protocol," he added.