Jordan's public and private sectors are back to work, but a night curfew from midnight to 6:00am remains in force until further notice. Social distancing rules are still in place and individuals must keep one and a half metres away from each other. Wearing masks and gloves is also mandatory when entering public places.
The Jordanian government is urging all citizens to avoid big gatherings during Eid al-Adha to limit the spread of coronavirus.
On 25 July, the New York Times COVID-19 statistics showed that Jordan had the lowed ratio of infections and deaths compared to the population.
Travel between governorates has resumed and domestic tourism has opened. On 21 July, the Government announced that regular commercial international flights will remain suspended until 4 August, with the aim to approve tourism arrivals from predetermined 'green' nations and territories after that date. The draft 'green list' includes Austria, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, Taiwan and Thailand. The list is not final and is subject to change before the official opening.