Jordan implemented a round-the-clock curfew to contain the coronavirus outbreak [File: Anadolu]
Jordan says it has lifted all restrictions on economic activity in the latest easing of coronavirus lockdown rules to help jump-start the cash-strapped economy.
Jordan has in the last two weeks been lifting restrictions to allow businesses back to work, but with lower levels of staff and strict social distancing and hygiene guidelines.
Minister of Industry and Trade Tariq Hammouri said on Sunday businesses and industries would now be able to resume production.
Public transport will be allowed to return to full normal service with safety guidelines following the outbreak, but universities and schools will remain closed and a night curfew will continue.
Jordan has reported 460 confirmed coronavirus cases