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October 24 2021 6:28 AM ˚

Gov’t shares new regulations: Indoor seating, ‘Green Sanad’ application

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AMMAN — The government on Tuesday issued an order putting a limit of up to 10 people on a restaurant table indoor.

At the same time, it set the cap for outdoor dining at 15, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The government’s new communication, which falls under Defense Order No. 19 of 2020, states that the distance between tables should be two meters, at a minimum.

Based on the new communication, malls, shops, banks, telecommunication companies, restaurants, hotels, coffee houses, and water and electricity offices will only allow people given clearance by the “Green Sanad” application— which would prove a user is vaccinated.

Non-abiding facilities and venues could be subjected to a JD1,000 for the first violation, JD3,000 for the second, and JD5,000 for the third. A fourth violation would lead to the shutdown of the facility.

The communication will go into effect Monday, October 18, 2021.

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