The World – Jordan
Jaber said, in a statement to Jordanian television, on Saturday evening: “The Jordanian borders and airports will remain closed until after Ramadan so that we can control our internal situation … These are initial readings and things may vary from day to day.”
He explained that most cases of HIV infection began to be confined to families only, which means that the transfer has become local, and the immediate danger is for the family in the event of non-compliance with the instructions issued by the Ministry of Health.
He also stressed that most of the effort is on the citizen, as the government has prepared everything that it can, and imposed curfews, and 90% of Jordanians are committed, but there are very few that do not commit and put their family, country, and citizen at risk.
He added: “The plan was to disable universities, schools, places of worship and stop gatherings to know where we are, and the holiday is continuing until April 15th, and there are plans for the gradual opening of many sectors.”
As of Sunday night, there had been 232 new infection with Corona virus, including 5 deaths.