Hauran region in northern Jordan is home to thousands of Syrian refugees, who fled a nine-year civil war in their home country.

In this region, refugees have mingled together with local residents, making Hauran a perfect example of co-existence at a time the kingdom is fighting the spread of the novel coronavirus.

“Jordan is going through an exceptional circumstance as a result of the coronavirus pandemic that has affected the whole world,” Firas Abu Al-Ghanam, the administrative governor of Ramtha city in northwestern Jordan, told Anadolu Agency.

“Today, we are facing a real test by fighting the outbreak through

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