Education Ministry calls on teachers involved in correcting Tawjihi exams to receive Coronavirus vaccine

The Ministry of Education has requested directors of education directorates and schools to inform all teachers involved in correcting papers of the 2021 General Secondary Education Certificate Examination (Tawjihi), to directly register on the Coronavirus vaccine platform (VACCINE.J0).   According to the circular, the ministry called on concerned teachers to register on the platform to take the vaccine, indicating that

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KAUH denies reports on COVID-19 Remdesivir drug shortage

Director of King Abdullah University Hospital (KAUH), Dr. Mohammad Ghazou, dismissed reports that the hospital has run out of needle-based Remdesivir drug used to treat Covid-19 patients.   Speaking to “Petra” on Saturday, he said the Remdesivir stock is “sufficient until Monday,” stressing that the KAUH has “urgently notified” the Ministry of Health to to plug the shortage, expecting deliveries

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JU reduces working hours

The University of Jordan Board of Trustees, Saturday, said that working hours for the university’s employees and faculty would be from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm amid nationwide measures to stem the spread of COVID-19.   Only a limited number of staff would be exempted from the decision.   Prime Minister, Bisher Khasawneh, Thursday, issued circular (26) under Defense Order

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PSUT president, Sri Lankan envoy discuss joint academic cooperation

President of Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), Dr. Mashhoor Rifai, and the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Jordan, Shanika Desanaika, discussed remotely ways of joint cooperation in the information technology and artificial intelligence fields.   In a PSUT press statement issued on Thursday, Rifai stressed the university’s keenness to realize its visions aimed to network internationally and cooperate with prestigious

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