Latest updates (4th Aug 2020, 18.35h) that may affect your travel to and from Jordan:
Commercial flights are suspended until at least 18th August 2020.
The planned reopening of Queen Alia International Airport to commercial flights on 5th August 2020 has been postponed.
On 21st July 2020 the government has released the list of the first round of countries it will allow to travel to and from Jordan:
These countries are classified as ‘green countries’ and meet the criteria determined by the Jordanian government regarding their COVID-19 status.
Travelers heading to the Kingdom will have to prove they have spent 14 days in one of the above mentioned countries, where they have departed from.
Travelers from these destinations will not need to enter quarantine as long as they have undergone a COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to arrival.
Passengers travelling from other countries (ie. 'red' or 'orange' status countries) must transit through a green status country for a 14-day period before traveling onward to Jordan.
All travelers will have to complete an online declaration 24 hours prior to departure at a cost of JD 40. Click here to fill the form
Non-Jordanians must also be able to prove they have valid health insurance that covers hospital treatment in case of getting infected with COVID-19.
Visitors to Jordan must download the Aman coronavirus safety application before boarding the plane and and show the proof of download when landing in Jordan.
All arrivals in Jordan will be tested for COVID-19 at the airport. Visitors will not be able to leave the airport until they have received their results.
The airport will have 11 units for virus tests as well as 22 labs, with the capacity to conduct 260 tests per hour and 5,000 tests per day
Anyone caught attempting to enter the country without completing 14 days in a green status country or providing invalid test results will face a JD 10,000 fine.
For up-to-date official information please check back to https://www.visitjordan.gov.jo/ regularly.
Jordan has received the "Safe Travels" stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) in appreciation of the Kingdom's “successful” measures in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
For information on Jordan's current COVID-19 status please visit https://corona.moh.gov.jo/en .
If you are planning to enter Jordan from Israel, please note that at the moment, Israel restricts entry to citizens alone, and all arrivals must enter a 14-day quarantine at home or a designated hotel.
All three border crossings between Jordan and Israel - the Northern Border Crossing, the Southern Border Crossing and King Hussein Bridge - are currently closed.
Boat trips between Jordan and Egypt resumed on Monday, 29th June 2020.
One-way boat trips from Aqaba, Jordan to Nuweiba, Egypt will take place twice a week through the Arab Bridge Maritime Company .
AB Maritime's contact phone numbers:
Flights between Egypt and Jordan have been suspended as of Monday, 16th March 2020.
Passengers flying abroad must commit to the rules of the country of their destination.
Jordanians and residents returning from an 'orange' or 'red' zone country are subjected to a 14-day home quarantine as part of the precautionary measures followed by the Health Ministry.
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