Homes turn into shops during curfew

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AMMAN — The curfew imposed on businesses to close after 6pm has led to the transformation of homes into commercial stores for sale and purchase, especially in the distant villages of Jerash, with the aim of providing the families’ needs of supplies and providing sources of income for many families in need at the same time, after their sources of income have dried up due to the repercussions of the pandemic, especially since the curfew comes early in the day.اضافة اعلان

The head of the Jerash Chamber of Commerce, Ali Al-Atoum, said that these small projects that run in homes with small capitals provide a source of income for needy families, indicating that most of them are in villages and small towns.

A security source in the Jerash Police Directorate confirmed that buying and selling during the partial and comprehensive curfew is against the law in any place and region.