Jordanian authorities have shut the Al-Omari Border Crossing with Saudi Arabia after recording 18 new coronavirus cases, Al-Ghad reported yesterday.
Local authorities are yet to release an official statement.
The move comes a week after authorities closed the Jaber Border Crossing with Syria to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Jordan has been witnessing a relapse to the virus in recent weeks following a rise in the number of new cases across the kingdom's governorates.
The new infections were said to have stemmed from border crossings, where workers and labourers interact.
As of last Tuesday, Jordan registered a total of 1,438 confirmed cases, 11 deaths and 1,260 recoveries, according to official data.
The virus was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO).