After two months of restrictions, Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz announced “a period of general easing” of the lockdown starting from Saturday.

The announcement comes amid a decline in confirmed new infections to less than 10 per day over the last week.

Mosques, churches, ports, business activities, restaurants and cafes will be allowed to re-open and travel between cities will also be authorised.

Tourism activities will also be permitted for Jordanian residents, with internal flights resuming and hotels re-opening.

Source: AlJazeera

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