3 new COVID-19 cases in Kingdom Monday, non is local | Jordan News | Ammon News

3 new COVID-19 cases in Kingdom Monday, non is local

[7/6/2020 10:28:01 AM]

AMMONNEWS - Three COVID-19 infections were recorded in the Kingdom Monday, all from abroad, bringing the caseload to 1,167, according to the Ministry of Health.

Two of the cases came from Saudi Arabia and are staying in quarantine hotels, and 1 was a truck driver from an Arab nationality who tested positive for the disease at the eastern Karameh Border Crossing with Iraq, according to a statement by the Ministry and Prime Ministry.

It said that a total of 15 COVID-19 patients have recovered and more than 5,365 tests were carried out, raising the total number of tests since the start of the outbreak to 426,258.

The Ministry said it will launch the "Sehtak" (your health) application Tuesday, which will provide its users with the most up-to-date news and breakthroughs related to COVID-19. It also contains health instructions and notifications about the pandemic's development.

It said that the number of downloads of the "Aman" (safety) application has reached 700,000, emphasizing the importance of the app in limiting contact with infected people.

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