AMMAN – With the rapidly evolving COVID-19 global pandemic impacting our globe, the Jordanian Government confirmed that the total number of cases in Jordan has reached 34 as of 18 March 2020 (the total number of confirmed cases on 22 March 2020, is 99 cases). This event has created unprecedented emergency challenges for businesses and governments. Therefore, the local authorities in Jordan announced the implementation of “Movement Control Order” closing all borders for incoming or outgoing travellers, effective 18 March 2020.
This comes with a bundle of other measurements that the government is taking to mitigate the situation, one of which, is the temporary closure of businesses, government departments, and private sector, and total lockdown of the country for 14 days.
Accordingly, and to ensure the safety of our staff, our head office in Amman, Jordan is closed during this period, and we have activated our Disaster Recovery Protocol; one of its measures is to facilitate the remote and online working of our employees from home. Our infrastructure offers cloud access to all required data, files, records, and emails that an employee needs to continue working as normal. Our professionals are available to reply to your inquiries and follow up with pending files and deadlines as always with enough training to adapt to this new situation.
Of course, there will be some limitations and challenges during this period, but we believe that with adequate preparations having been made we will be able to overcome this crisis together.
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