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New website launched to streamline access to COVID-19 platforms

By JT - May 10,2020 - Last updated at May 10,2020

The website one.gov.jo serves as a landing page where visitors can navigate to other platforms and services launched following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic (Photo courtesy of Mawdoo3)

AMMAN — All online platforms launched during the COVID-19 crisis in the Kingdom can now be accessed from a single website, according to Mawdoo3, the company developing the website and the platforms.

Mawdoo3 said that the new website, https://one.gov.jo serves as a landing page where visitors can navigate to other platforms and services launched following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

The platforms, which can now be accessed from the website, include https://www.mouneh.jo/,  a directory of companies and licensed applications that provide home delivery services in all governorates of the Kingdom, and https://www.stayhome.jo/, the website for applying for movement permits.

It also includes https://hemayeh.jo/, the site for receiving requests from employers to implement the provisions of Defence Order No. 6 and the instructions and decisions issued under it, as well as http://delivery.mota.gov.jo/, through which restaurants can apply to provide delivery services.

The website also provides access to https://darsak.gov.jo/,  the free remote education platform, https://safelyhome.gov.jo/, the platform for receiving return requests from Jordanians abroad, and https://emed.hakeem.jo/index.php/ar, an online monthly medication distribution website.

It also provides access to https://www.mehan.jo/, a directory of companies and licensed applications offering repair and maintenance services in Jordan, and https://teachers.gov.jo/, a platform offering training for teachers on remote education.

The website also includes https://www.ssc.gov.jo/arabic/ for registration in social security, https://www.nahno.org/, a youth volunteering platform, and https://www.naua.org/, a platform intended to enhance charity work and promote a sense of social responsibility.

Furthermore, the website provides the download link of “C-radar”, the application that allows users to report illegal gatherings.

 

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