Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Jordan, all from abroad

Jordan

Published: 2020-07-11 18:21

Last Updated: 2020-07-12 10:24


Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Jordan, all from abroad
Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Jordan, all from abroad

Jordan has confirmed three new coronavirus cases on Saturday, July 11, bringing the total number of cases recorded since the beginning of the crisis to 1,176, according to a statement issued by the government and the Ministry of Health.

The cases are two Jordanian citizens who have recently returned from Saudi Arabia and a Jordanian truck driver who was tested at the Al-Omari Border Crossing.

ِِAccording to the statement, five patients have recovered today and were discharged from Prince Hamzah Hospital.

A total of 5,808 laboratory tests were carried out, bringing the total number of tests conducted since the beginning of the crisis to 460,383.

The Ministry stressed the need to adhere to preventive measures, wear masks, practice social distancing, and use the Aman.jo application to alert users if they were in contact with an infected person, and contribute to detecting virus-related cases.

It also confirms the importance of "Sehtak" (your health) application for smart phones, which provides users with the latest information and news related to the COVID-19 disease.