August 3, 2021: Information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations in Jordan
Health and safety standards across all aspects of the tourism industry, including hotels, restaurants, attractions, museums, transportation and tourism camps have been updated to reflect best practices to protect against COVID-19. Here are a few important updates:
COVID testing requirements updated
A PCR COVID test is now required to be conducted within 72 hours prior to the departure from the first embarkation airport for ALL travelers and once again for unvaccinated travelers upon arrival in Jordan at their own cost (28JD/US$40). Fully vaccinated travelers (full doses) from one of these countries are no longer required to conduct a PCR test upon arrival in the country. All travelers must complete a health declaration and locator form at check-in if arriving by air, obtain health/travel insurance and visit https://gateway2jordan.gov.jo to complete the required travel declaration form and obtain their personal QR code which is mandatory for boarding. This QR code will also serve as proof of vaccination for fully vaccinated travelers upon arrival and while traveling through the country.
Curfew restrictions easing
After June 15th 2021, fully vaccinated people who have received their complete doses are exempted from the curfew restrictions and are free to roam during curfew hours.
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