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The government of Jordan will open the mosque for Friday prayers

The government of Jordan decided to open the mosque for the Friday prayers of June 5, said the Minister of Awqaf and Islamic shrines Mohammed al-Khalayle in an interview with Jordanian television.

According to him, the next stage in which the mosque will open for the noon and afternoon prayers, may occur within the next two weeks.

According to the latest data of the Ministry of health of Jordan, the Kingdom recorded 730 cases of infection with coronavirus, 507 recovered, and nine died. In March, the Jordanian authorities adopted severe measures against the spread of coronavirus: throughout the country was imposed a curfew, closed schools, universities, tourist sites, mosques, prohibited the meeting of more than 10 people. For violators of the curfew imposed a penalty of imprisonment for up to one year.

Given the relatively low rate of spread of the virus, the government later announced a partial easing of the curfew - from 19.00 to 08.00. The country has opened small grocery shops, bakeries and pharmacies, and stores that sell Essentials. Large grocery stores had the opportunity to work in the mode of delivery.

World health organization March 11 announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, the world is already identified more than 5.7 million infections, more than 357 thousand people died.

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