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The Jordanian government lifts the curfew on Friday and allows Eid prayers in squares

The Jordanian government lifted the curfew on Fridays, and decided to allow Eid al-Fitr prayers to be performed in the squares, and the government’s media spokesman, Sakher Dudin, confirmed that the government’s decisions have kept “the night curfew hours as they are, and they also apply to Friday,” referring to the opening of public parks to the public. According to the Jordanian newspaper Al-Ghad.

He explained, "The resumption of the faculty study will return next September."

In the context, the government determined the blessed Eid al-Fitr holiday, starting on Tuesday, the 11th of May until the 15th of the same month, stressing that "Eid prayers will be held in the outer squares."

And she noted, "The places where Eid prayers are held will be determined exclusively by the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs and Holy Places."