“We won’t go back to any COVID-19 measures or lockdowns,” Bassam Hijjawi, a member of Jordan’s National Committee for Epidemics, said Tuesday.

It has been 10 weeks and no new coronavirus deaths have been confirmed in Jordan, hence the country’s epidemiological condition is stable.

Getting the coronavirus vaccine, according to Hijjawi, is the best way to limit its spread, particularly among those over the age of 18.

More than 1,700,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus since it was first detected in Jordan in March, according to the weekly COVID-19 data report issued by the Ministry of Health on Sundays.

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