Published: 2020-07-22 18:39
Last Updated: 2023-05-28 13:00
A total number of seven new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Jordan on Wednesday, all from abroad, said the government.
The cases involve six people currently staying in hotel quarantine; three have travelled from Syria, two from Saudi Arabia and one from Iraq.
One case involves a Jordanian truck driver who has entered from Saudi Arabia via Al-Omari border crossing.
The total number cases now stand at 1,120 since the start of the crisis.
Four recovered COVID-19 patients were discharged from Prince Hamzah Hospital on Wednesday.
A total of 7,225 random tests were conducted today, bringing the total number conducted so far to 534,319.