Jordan COVID-19 Daily Wrap-up (May 19 2020)

Following is a wrap-up of the latest COVID-19 developments and news in Jordan for May 19, 2020:


– 6,855 Jordanians repatriated since May 5: official


– 20 New COVID-19 cases recorded on Tuesday, testing capacity to double soon: Minister


– Eid holiday unchanged, no reopening of airport: Minister


– Media Minister: We mull allowing travel between governorates


– Media Minister: Returning to normal hinges on epidemiological situation in the Kingdom


– Health Minister: The more we open up, the more infections we should expect


– Health Minister: If outbreak surges, we will shut down more relevant sectors


– 2 buildings in Irbid isolated after bank employees test positive for COVID-19


– Jordan, UAE explore facilitation of air freight


– Crown Prince calls for unifying efforts of voluntary initiatives


– FM: Two-state solution only way to lasting Mideast peace


– ASE closes trading at JD2.2 million


– 120 samples collected from contacts of COVID-19 patients in Mafraq


– Public advised to avoid direct sunlight as searing heat blasts Kingdom


Source: Jordan News Agency

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