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Jordan's crown prince tests positive for COVID-19

September 27, 2021
Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah, seen in this file photo, tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.
Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah, seen in this file photo, tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.

AMMAN — The Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, after undergoing the routine examination implemented as part of the regulations followed at the Royal Hashemite Court.

The crown prince has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in very good health, the royal court said in a statement.

The royal court added that King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, who both tested negative on Monday, will conduct self-quarantine for five days in line with the protocol in place in case of exposure to COVID-19 by individuals already vaccinated against the virus.

The Royal Hashemite Court, in its statement, wished the crown prince and all COVID-19 patients in Jordan a full and speedy recovery. — Agencies


September 27, 2021
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