Jordan cancels all forms of ban, reopening sectors, and returning schools in early September
The Minister of State for Information and Communication in Jordan, Sakhr Dudin, said that, based on the government's plan, all types of bans imposed in the country due to the Corona pandemic will be canceled at the beginning of next September.
Dowin revealed in an interview with “Amn FM” radio that “based on the government’s plan, all kinds of bans will be canceled, and the sectors will be fully opened with a capacity of 100%, with the exception of wedding halls, which will increase their (allowed) capacity from 100 people to 200 people, and the allowed capacity remains. 50% for festivals.
The minister added that "the economic movement last July and this August has returned better, and there are many indicators that point well to the start of the recovery phase.
"He added that on the first of September, 2 million students will return to face-to-face classes, pointing out that more than 80% of the teaching staff have received the vaccine, while about 80,000 people have received the vaccine from the age group 12-17.
He stressed that "during the next two days, new measures will be announced regarding strict health control."
He pointed out that during the next stage, "the pandemic will remain in place for everyone who has not received the vaccine, and everyone who has received the vaccine and adheres to health measures will practice their normal life.
"Dodin said: "We rely a lot on the awareness of our people, and I reject everyone who says we do not rely on the awareness of our people."