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    Jordan allows expats to leave without paying fines amid coronavirus pandemic

    Jordan allows expats to leave without paying fines amid coronavirus pandemic

    LIVE: Middle East countries welcome gradual end of virus lockdown, heightens efforts to avoid new infections wave

    DUBAI: Countries in the Middle East have been implementing plans for a gradual return to normal life after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the world into strict lockdown measures.

    Saudi Arabia has recently joined other Arab states including the UAE and Jordan that have eased restrictions on people’s movement.

    But these countries have remained on high alert to avoid a new wave of infections.

    April 26, 2020 (All times in GMT)

    04:35 – Thailand has reported 15 new cases of coronavirus, but no new deaths.

    00:49 – Saudi Arabia has allowed the opening of some economic and commercial activities during Ramadan.

    The Kingdom has also partially lifted its curfew in all regions except in Macca.

    00:40 – The US has recorded 2,494 new coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, according to Johns Hopkins Hospital.

    00:25 – Mexico has confirmed its coronavirus toll has reached 13,842 with 1,305 fatalities.








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