Tourists to Jordan will wear electronic bracelets on arrival to ensure compliance with the quarantine regime, Arab News reported.
All foreign citizens who arrive in Jordan are required to be quarantined for 14 days in the hotels on the shores of the Dead Sea, west of the capital of Amman. Then, they must be isolated at home or in another hotel on their own.
The country has declared a curfew, and use drones to monitor the social distancing. In early June, Jordanian authorities slightly eased the measures.
Jordan has recorded 1,147 COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began. The death toll has reached 10, MK noted.