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Jordan announced on March 27 they will ease some of the measures as imposed under the nationwide curfew. People will be allowed to leave their homes for essential needs, like doing groceries.

An earlier introduced curfew caused chaos amongst the Jordan people. The government put the military on the street to enforce the mandatory 24 hours quarantine. Over 1,600 people were arrested during this period.

Traveling to Jordan is no longer possible as the country closed its borders to all foreigners. It is not known until when these measures will stay in place.

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Flag of Jordan Jordan

Capital Amman
Time In Capital
Population 10,4 million (2019)

Current Restriction Level: Extreme


Last validated on March 28, 2020:

27 March: The government of Jordan imposed a nationwide curfew, forcing people to stay inside their homes. Later, authorities eased this measure after the announcement caused chaos in parts of the country.

323

Confirmed Cases

5

Reported Deaths
Latest update April 05, 2020 [Source]

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