Jordan’s Covid-19 count increased from 5,124 to 402,282, death toll to 4,756

Jordan reported 29 deaths from COVID-19 and 5,124 new cases on Tuesday, bringing the death toll to 4,756 and the number to 402,282, according to a joint statement from the health ministry.

The statement said there are currently 43,383 active cases of COVID-19 in Jordan.

He added that 2,887 recoveries were recorded in hospitals and in home quarantine on the same day, bringing the total number of recoveries to 354,143.

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