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Jordan overcomes COVID-19 — Balbisi

Around 4.09 percent of the 24,968 COVID-19 tests that were conducted today came back positive. (Photo: Unsplash)
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AMMAN — Adviser to the Prime Minister for Health Affairs in charge on the COVID-19 file Adel Al-Balbisi said it was likely to cancel the weekly COVID-19 report because there is a noticeable decrease in the number of deaths and infections, according to a local news outlet.اضافة اعلان

Balbisi explained on Monday that Jordan is witnessing a “significant improvement” in the epidemiological situation, which means that life will completely return to normal. “Jordan has overcome the virus, and was able to get out of the pandemic,” he said.

In a separate report, Balbisi said Jordan registered 1,380 COVID-19 cases in the week till Monday, down from the 1,900 cases the week before, Khaberni reported.

Balbisi said that Jordan’s situation is stable for the seventh week in a row, and there is a decrease in the number of cases and of positivity rates, which reached 9.6 percent this week, compared to 14.6 percent last week.

Balbisi said that very few cases are currently receiving treatment in hospitals.

As for vaccination, Balbisi said that 4,000 to 5,000 doses of vaccine are given weekly, which means that a small number of people are getting vaccinated.


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