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Jordan Travel Entry Restrictions (Updated Regulations and Requirements)

Jordan entry regulations are changing frequently. Make sure to review the following requirements for most recent information before you travel.


Before you travel:


- Passengers are required to visit https://www.visitjordan.gov.jo portal prior to departure, complete the required form, and obtain the QR code which is mandatory to be presented prior to boarding and upon arrival.

- Passengers must have a negative PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to departure from the first boarded flight (Egypt, Turkey, Iraq only PCR tests from approved labs should be accepted)

- Submit Passenger Health Declaration and Locator form before boarding.

- Children under the age of 5 years are exempted from PCR test

PCR test required upon arrival:

  • PCR test is mandatory upon arrival for all passengers and each passenger has to register and pay amount of 28 JOD through the https://www.visitjordan.gov.jo portal

Exemptions include:

  • Fully vaccinated passengers, subject to the fulfillment of Vaccinated passengers regulations.

  • Children under the age of 5 years.

Fully Vaccinated Passengers:

  1. Vaccinations certificates proving that full course of vaccination has been completed issued from the following countries are approved: (Australia, Bahrain, Canada, China, EU Countries, Japan, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Morocco, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, Russia, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tunis, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and USA).

  2. The vaccination certificate shall be in the Arabic or English language only and presented to airline personnel prior to boarding.

Health Insurance:

Proof of health insurance is mandatory for non-Jordanians.

Medical Tourism Patients are exempted.

Passengers Traveling from India:

Jordanian passengers and their families (spouse and children):

  • Passengers who stayed 14 up to 45 days outside India prior to traveling to Jordan will be subject to 14 days self-quarantine.

  • Airlines are responsible to ensure that Jordanian passengers and their families traveling to Jordan from India through transit airports, or who spent less than 14 days outside India to sign the the indemnity Form for institutional quarantine at the airport hotel for 14 days and to pay to the hotel the required charges for the whole 14 nights with the amount of 55 JOD and applicable taxes for each night.

Non-Jordanian passengers travelling from India who spent less than 45 days outside India are not permitted to enter Jordan.

Diplomatic passengers are required to coordinate with ministry of foreign affairs and expatriates and national Centre of security and crises management.

The following shall be applied on passengers coming from Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka:

- Passengers who were in the above countries in the last 14 days are not allowed entry into Jordan.

- Passengers who stayed more than 14 days outside above countries prior to traveling to Jordan are required to sign the the indemnity Form for institutional quarantine at the airport hotel for 14 days and to pay to the hotel with the amount of 55 JOD and applicable taxes for each night.

Transit Passengers: allowed at Jordanian Airports as follows:

  • PCR test required 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure.

  • The planned transfer time is not exceeding 10 hrs.

The following shall be applied on passengers travelling to Aqaba (King Hussein International Airport):

  • Passengers shall hold vaccinations certificates proving that full course of vaccination has been completed (Minors are exempted from providing vaccination certificate or PCR test if holding a proof that both parents have full course of vaccination), or

  • Hold a proof that 21 days have passed after the first dose of covid-19 vaccination, or

  • Hold a negative PCR test which was conducted within 72 hours prior to the departure time from the first embarking airport.

  • The vaccination certificate shall be in the Arabic or English language only and presented to airline personnel prior to boarding.

Notes:

  • Diplomatic QR holders (diplomats and employees of regional and international organizations (and their dependents and family members holding diplomatic passports, special passports, or regular passports) have a permanent diplomatic QR code that its validity does not expire, and it is possible to return with this code to Jordan for several trips are exempted from:

- PCR test before departure and upon arrival

- Health insurance.

  • Any passenger gives falsified or incorrect information is subject to a fine of 10,000 JOD.

Accredited Labs From:

  1. Central Laboratories of the Egyptian Ministry of Health.

  2. Reference Labs (Ain Shams Hospital).

  3. AlBorg Labs.

  4. Almokhtabar Labs.

  5. Armed Forces Medical Research and Blood Bank.

All information is presented above are from the official website for travel updates.

https://rj.com/en/travel-updates




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