10 schools in Jordan move to distance learning

Jordan

Published: 2020-09-21 20:15

Last Updated: 2020-09-21 20:15


10 schools in Jordan move to distance learning
10 schools in Jordan move to distance learning

A total of 10 schools in Jordan will move to distance learning for a period of 14 days, starting from Sunday, announced the Ministry of Education on Monday.

This decision came after COVID-19 cases were recorded among teachers and students.

The schools involve four public schools and six private schools across the Kingdom. The public schools are: 

  1. Juweidah Elementary School in Amman, a student tested positive for COVID-19.
  2. Lubaba Bint Al-Harith Elementary School in Amman, a student tested positive for the virus.
  3. Telaa Al-Ali Elementary School in Amman, a teacher tested positive foe the virus.
  4. Sahab Secondary School for Girls in Sahab, a student tested positive for the virus.

The private schools are: 

  1. A private school in Amman, a student tested positive for the virus.
  2. A private school in Marka, a student tested positive for the virus.
  3. A private school in Marka, a student tested positive for the virus.
  4. A private school in Madaba, a teacher tested positive for the virus.
  5. A private school in Amman, a student tested positive for the virus.
  6. A private school in Irbid, a student tested positive for the virus.
Jordan has recorded 266 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, 264 of which are local cases, bringing the total number of cases since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis to 5,045.