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Important government decisions to confront the outbreak of the Corona epidemic in Jordan

طقس العرب GO 2021-03-10 2021-03-10T19:12:23Z
غالب أبوبكر
غالب أبوبكر
كاتب مُحتوى ومسؤول تواصل اجتماعي
Important government decisions to confront the outbreak of the Corona epidemic in Jordan

ArabiaWeather - The Jordanian government has issued important decisions regarding confronting the outbreak of Corona virus:

Close the following sectors until March 31: nightclubs, bars and discos, sites serving alcoholic drinks inside tourist restaurants, indoor swimming pools in hotel establishments, tourist residential complexes and hotels, sports centers and academies, sports clubs, oriental baths, equestrian clubs and public parks, including The shops in it.

Commenting on Sunday Mass for the Christian brothers

- Friday prayers suspended

Reducing the working hours of public sector employees, and authorizing the Prime Minister to determine the periods of this reduction as he deems appropriate.

A total ban on Friday, with a halt to allowing people to go out on foot.

- Extending the night ban hours to become from seven in the evening for individuals, and six in the evening for establishments, until six in the morning, starting from Saturday.

 

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