IQNA

16:15 - September 27, 2020
News ID: 3472646
TEHRAN (IQNA) – Jordanian Prime Minister Omar Razzaz on Sunday announced that his government will this week set health safety criteria that will allow for the reopening of mosques and churches and the restart of dine-in services at restaurants and cafes once those in charge of these entities undertake to uphold such standards.

 

"Control and inspection teams and police will carry out intensive monitoring campaigns, and every entity found non-compliant will be closed immediately, and those in charge of it will be held accountable in accordance with defense orders," Razzaz said in a weekly Sunday address to the nation, menafn.com reported.

He indicated that the entities that neither meet the conditions nor undertake to comply with them will remain closed, saying: "This is how we guarantee justice."

Razzaz said action had been already taken against government employees and visitors in 46 government entities last week after they were found in violation of health protocols.

The prime minister said that after the Kingdom reached the community spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the "battle today has become a battle for vigilance and commitment".

 

 

Tags: mosques ، Jordan ، reopening ، COVID-19
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