Israel approves Covid-19 aid for Jordan but no vaccines
Describing the assistance as "extensive", the Israeli daily added it is thought ventilators, Covid-19 tests, and both medical-grade and regular face masks will be transferred.
Vaccinations, however, are not on the list, a key bone of contention between the two countries since Israel announced plans to supply vaccines to allies in February.
The Jordanian request for medical aid was sent in March, when the kingdom and region were facing a large uptick in the virus and was relayed through defence contacts, Haaretz said.
Jordan saw countrywide protests last month after nine people died at a hospital in As-Salt, a town near the capital Amman, due to a lack of oxygen.
On 31 March, Jordan reported its worst daily Covid death toll during the pandemic at 111, despite encouraging signs from its vaccination programme.
The nation's Covid death rate is now on a downwards trajectory, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.