Jordan's public and private sectors are back to work as of 26 May, after a two-month stop that began on 21 March. Places where social gatherings are common, such as cinemas, restaurants and mosques, remain closed. A night curfew will remain 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 supporting business and citizens to overcome COVID-19's consequences, but its resources are limited. Private and corporate donors from within Lebanon and internationally have made donations to the Jordanian Ministry of Health and to charity and relief funds for Jordanians. The Prime Minister chose a committee to run the funds both private and public sectors are donating for the government to face the pandemic.
Jordan's Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission is working on a plan to gradually resume operations in the aviation sector. The first step will cover the transport of cargo, followed by passenger travel as a second step.