Jordanian Prime Minister Bishr Al-Khasawneh issued a decision to lift the ban and allow people to move and wander in the country, in light of the low rate of infection with the Coronavirus.
The decision included allowing people to move and wander in all regions of Jordan from six in the morning until twelve at night on all days of the week.
The decision also included allowing outdoor swimming pools inside hotel facilities and tourist and residential complexes to operate, and opening equestrian clubs and public parks, including shops, within them at the times specified by the competent authorities.
For months, Jordan took a number of measures to limit the spread of the epidemic in the country, by imposing a night curfew throughout the Kingdom from midnight to six in the morning, while a comprehensive curfew is imposed every Friday.
Universities and schools are closed, so that education takes place remotely, while weddings and funerals are prohibited.