Huda al-Atoum said the time has come for Quranic centers and societies to resume their activities while observing the health protocols, including maintaining social distancing, al-Saa website reported.
Referring to remarks by the Jordanian health minister who said no new coronavirus infections have been recorded in the country, al-Atoum said there is no more reason to keep Quranic center closed.
She added that these centers play a great role in promoting Quran memorization and raising a generation acquainted with Islamic teachings.
Jordan on March 20 announced a nationwide curfew that closed shops and prohibited the movement of people due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The country has reported 1,128 COVID-19 cases and 9 deaths from the disease.