The curfew will be canceled in the areas of Aqaba, Wadi Rum andPetra (Golden Triangle) Tourist.
Wedding halls and party planning facilities will resume Thursday, after a closure of more than a year, with 50 percent of the capacity allowed to attend, and provided that the number does not exceed 100 people per party.
Industrial facilities and tourist facilities will return to work at full operational capacity, according to Agence France-Presse.
Sports fans will also return to attending matches on sports stadiums by 30 percent, in addition to the return of public sector employees to work by 100 percent.
The rate of vaccination accelerated in Jordan On Wednesday afternoon, it exceeded 106,000 people, the highest number since the start of the vaccination process on January 13, according to the Crisis Cell at the National Center for Security and Crisis Management.
The Ministry of Health decided to reduce the age allowed to receive the Corona virus vaccine to include those between 16 to 18 years of age, with the Virus-Biontech vaccine, according to what was announced in a statement on Wednesday.
The ministry also decided to “allow the age group of 40 years and over to receive the vaccine without a prior appointment, as of next Friday.”
More than 2.4 million people have received the vaccine against Covid-19 out of a total of 10 million people, who are the population of the Kingdom.
On January 13, Jordan began a vaccination campaign against Corona, and granted “emergency licenses” to six vaccines, namely China’s Sinopharma, Pfizer / Piontech, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Sputnik-V and Moderna.
The Kingdom has so far recorded more than 750,000 cases of coronavirus and 9,743 deaths.