The Ministry of Health of the Kingdom of Jordan stated on February 22 Tuesday that they reported 18 coronavirus deaths and 9,117 new cases of COVID-19 in the Kingdom, raising the pandemic’s death toll to 13,731 caseloads to 1,591,278.
According to the ministry’s hidden resources, the positivity rate of about 42,117 PCR tests collected today was at 21.65 per cent, which also showed that currently, active Covid-19 cases stood at 145,399, with 162 admitted to hospitals today, raising hospitalizations to 978. Some 194 cases left hospitals today.
On hospitals’ capacity countrywide, and as per the ministry’s, the occupancy rate of isolation beds in the northern region was at 19 percent, intensive care beds 34 percent, and respirators 13 percent.
In the major regions of Jordan, the occupancy rate of isolation beds was at 23 percent, ICU beds rate is 37 percent and respirators 16, said, Minister.
According to the figures, the southern region’s occupancy rate of isolation wards was at 15%, ICU beds 21%, and respirators 14%.
The data stated that nearly 17,550 coronavirus patients have recovered, bringing total recoveries expected after the end of the isolation period to 1,432,148.
Daily vaccination figures released by the ministry also showed that 4,669,073 people had taken the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccines, and the number of those who were double-jabbed climbed to 4,347,383.
As per the old data, over 3.59 lakh have recovered from COVID-19 so far, and in the world, there are a total of 42.8 crore active cases worldwide, in which 18.1 L fresh cases.
As per the World Health Organization (WHO), the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 worldwide reached 5,890,312 deaths, the highest number of deaths due to COVID happened in Europe with the number of 173,349,843, and then followed by America with 145,602,269, and very few in Africa.