Except for the need to wear masks in family entertainment centers, all current restrictions on the entertainment industry in Jordan have been lifted.
Michel Koborsi, owner of the new Ryze High trampoline park in the center of the capital Amman, told InterGame this weekend: “We were allowed to reopen in June, but the capacity was reduced to 50% and we must wear masks. But now everything is back to normal. ”
Koborsi said his park opened last year with his partner Cheer Playgrounds, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, it had to be closed soon. “In this case, we managed to have a good summer,” he said. “The number of tourists and foreigners returning from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region has increased. In addition to some maintenance problems, we also encountered difficulties in the deep cleaning process at the beginning, but in the end everything went well.”
He said the site is adding more space, especially due to increased demand and the installation of manual car rails, so young children can easily play. His team is now working to expand their business and operate more locations in Jordan and Qatar.