Jordan isolates buildings, factories, company after COVID-19 cases detected

Jordan isolates buildings, factories, company after COVID-19 cases detected
A picture taken on April 27, 2020, shows a kite flying over the Jordanian capital Amman, with the Amman Citadel in the background. (File/AFP)
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Updated 22 August 2020

Jordan isolates buildings, factories, company after COVID-19 cases detected

Jordan isolates buildings, factories, company after COVID-19 cases detected
  • The places were being sterilized to help prevent further spread of COVID-19

DUBAI: Three buildings, two factories and one company in Jordan were isolated for 48 hours after multiple coronavirus infections were detected in them, state news agency Petra reported citing Amman Governor Sa'ad Al-Shihab.
He said the three buildings were located in Sahab district, the two factories in Zezyah, and the company in Amman’s Sport City Square.
He added the places were being sterilized to help prevent further spread of COVID-19.