Coronavirus update: Schools closed in Oman, Jordan and Egypt
Coronavirus update: Schools have been closed in Oman, Jordan and Egypt in the wake of the spread of the Coronavirus, with several other measures being taken to prevent the virus in the aforementioned countries.
According to the International News Agency, schools have been closed in Oman, Jordan and Egypt under the threat of spreading the Coronavirus. In Oman, all educational institutions for the prevention of the Karuna virus have been announced to close for a month from Sunday.
The Higher Education Committee in Oman says it has decided that all educational institutions across the country should be closed for a month, taking precautionary measures to prevent the outbreak of the worldwide outbreak.
Coronavirus update: According to Omani media, the Institute of Health has said that foreign and local citizens of the country should take special care of the precautions taken to protect against the Krona virus. In Jordan, all flights are suspended in the wake of the Coronavirus, public gatherings are banned and educational institutions are closed.
In Egypt, too, orders have been issued to close all educational institutions for 2 weeks. Egyptian media says special orders have been issued by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi for a temporary closure of educational institutions.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi called on the Prime Minister during a special meeting in which various issues were discussed. The meeting also agreed that 100 billion Egyptian pounds should be allocated to deal with Corona.