Jordanian Health: 273 injuries and 8 new deaths from the Corona epidemic - may God have mercy on them all

طقس العرب GO 2021-06-26 2021-06-26T14:21:22Z
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Jordanian Health: 273 injuries and 8 new deaths from the Corona epidemic - may God have mercy on them all

Weather of Arabia - Today, 273 new cases of the Corona virus were recorded in the Kingdom, and 8 deaths were recorded - may God have mercy on them

Following are the details, according to the report issued by the Jordanian Ministry of Health:

Number of registered cases today: 273

Cumulative total of cases: 749319

The number of hospital admissions for today: 60

Number of recoveries for today: 500

The number of deaths recorded for today: 8

Cumulative death toll: 9718

Number of hospital discharges: 21

Percentage of positive tests for today: 2.18%

Number of vaccinated first dose: 2271230

Number of people vaccinated with a second dose: 1169494

The number of confirmed cases receiving treatment in hospitals: 478

More details here

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