Via The Journal of Infectious Diseases: Stillbirth during infection with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). The abstract:
We conducted an epidemiologic investigation among survivors of a Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) outbreak in Jordan.
A second trimester stillbirth occurred during the course of an acute respiratory illness which was attributed to MERS-CoV, based on exposure history and positive MERS-CoV serology.
This is the first occurrence of stillbirth during an infection with MERS-CoV and may have bearing upon the surveillance and management of pregnant women in settings of unexplained respiratory illness potentially due to MERS-CoV. Future prospective investigations of MERS-CoV should ascertain pregnancy status and obtain further pregnancy–related data, including biological specimens for confirmatory testing.
The full report is firmly behind a paywall, so I have no idea when this case occurred. Given the reference to "survivors," it may be the first cluster of cases in Zarqa in 2012. The only other case involving a pregnant Jordanian is that of the woman in Dubai who died in December after giving birth to a child by caesarean section.