At least 174,335 cases and 2,116 deaths. See the Ministry of Health COVID-19 website (in Arabic).
21 November: COVID-19 activity continues to increase in the country. Amman governorate is worst affected. More than 4,900 new infections were confirmed in the last 24-hours. Over 103,000 cases have recovered.
18 September: The case activity continues to increase. A total of 4,131 cases have been reported of which 2,415 have recovered, 1,152 are under treatment and 26 have died.
25 August: The number of new cases have started to rise, bringing the total to over 1,600 cases. This country has moved out of Limited Activity and is now in Increasing Activity category.
16 July: The number of cases reported has been on a decreasing trend, and Jordan has moved into Limited Activity category reporting a minimal number of new cases per day (sporadic or small clusters).
21 May: Cases continue; a mix of both imported and locally acquired cases. There have been 672 cases confirmed, of which nine people have died and 446 people have recovered. A report in Emerging Infectious Disease (EID) Journal details a super-spreader event at a wedding in Irbid, Jordan in mid-March. The presumed index case is the bride’s father who had travelled from Spain, and developed symptoms two days before the wedding. Of the 350+ wedding guests, 76 attendees became infected, many of whom were asymptomatic. Prior to this cluster only one case had been confirmed in Jordan.
18 May: More than 600 cases have been recorded in total. 408 patients have recovered. According to unverified reports, restrictions would be lifted if the country reports zero cases for three consecutive weeks.
7 April: Cases continue to be reported, at least 349 cases have been confirmed including six fatalities and 126 people have recovered.
26 March: Ongoing cases reported in Jordan, taking the country’s total to 212. One person has already recovered.