With the increase of 1776 confirmed cases, Jordan may be forced to completely close the city again

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 With the increase of 1776 confirmed cases, Jordan may be forced to completely close the city again


Jordanian health minister Saad Jaber said on the 30th: Jordans new crown infection cases have increased significantly today This is something that no one wants to see. He mentioned that the number of newly confirmed cases doubled in a single day in the past week, warning that the country might face re closure.

Jordans Ministry of health data show that Jordan has so far diagnosed 11825 cases, a total of 61 deaths.

Most of the newly confirmed cases are concentrated in the capital, Amman, followed by Zarka, which is adjacent to Amman. Jaber said about 600 workers at a factory in Zarka City tested positive for their new crowns. Jordans opinion reported that it was a textile factory, most of the workers were immigrants.

In Jordan, 2 million primary and secondary schools will be closed for another two weeks.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The Jordanian government will strengthen the punishment for the violation of epidemic prevention measures, organize wedding, party, funeral and other gathering activities, and more than 20 participants will face up to one years imprisonment. Mosques, workshops, restaurants and other places were allowed to reopen on October 1, but more stringent epidemic prevention measures were required. Jordanian government officials say the Baka refugee camp will be temporarily closed from October 1. The Bakar refugee camp, located on the outskirts of Amman, is one of the largest Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East, where more than 200000 people live. Several new coronal infections have recently been reported. Jordans economy is expected to shrink by 6% this year for the first time in decades, Reuters reported. The Jordanian government is worried that the re closure of the city will further hit the national economy, aggravate unemployment and poverty, and trigger social unrest. Source: Xinhua International Author: Liu Xiuling, editor in charge: Huang Jiadi_ NNB6466

The Jordanian government has stepped up punishment for violations of epidemic prevention measures, and organized gathering activities such as weddings, parties and funerals, and more than 20 participants will face up to one years imprisonment.

Mosques, workshops, restaurants and other places were allowed to reopen on October 1, but more stringent epidemic prevention measures were required.

Jordanian government officials say the Baka refugee camp will be temporarily closed from October 1. The Bakar refugee camp, located on the outskirts of Amman, is one of the largest Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East, where more than 200000 people live. Several new coronal infections have recently been reported.

Jordans economy is expected to shrink by 6% this year for the first time in decades, Reuters reported. The Jordanian government is worried that the re closure of the city will further hit the national economy, aggravate unemployment and poverty, and trigger social unrest.