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.
Due to an increase in local infections, the government has announced that starting from Thursday 17 September, and for a two-week period, the following will apply:
In-class education in public and private schools is suspended
Coffee shops and restaurants are only allowed to offer delivery and takeaway services
All popular markets will be closed, with new procedures prepared by the government to avoid overcrowding in central markets
Mosques and churches will be closed.
The government has announced that new rules and regulations will be enforced to protect all citizens from COVID-19. One of these new regulations outlines that governmental employees and governmental department visitors will be required to download the AMAN mobile application, which will alert them in case they have been in contact with an infected person.