Latest updates (14th March 2020, 17.00h) that may affect your travel to Jordan:
Foreigners arriving from China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Lebanon and Syria are banned from entering Jordan entirely, until further notice.
As of Monday, 16th March 2020, all arrivals from Germany, France and Spain will not be allowed to enter Jordan either.
In addition, all flights to and from Jordan will be suspended starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, and until further notice, excluding commercial freight traffic.
Accordingly, all of the Kingdom’s airports, land and sea border crossings are closed to passenger traffic, except for commercial freight.
If you were planning to enter Jordan from Israel, please note that Israel is only allowing in foreigners who can prove that they have the means to self-quarantine themselves for 14 days.
The Northern Border Crossing, the Southern Border Crossing and King Hussein Bridge are closed down.
Sea borders with Egypt (Aqaba Ferry Passenger Terminal) will be closed.
Flights between Egypt and Jordan will be suspended as of Monday, 16th March 2020.
Karameh Border Crossing is closed to passengers, but not commercial traffic and official delegations.
People can travel to/from Iraq only through Erbil International Airport and Baghdad Airport.
Jordanians coming from all restricted countries will be subjected to a 14-day home quarantine as part of the precautionary measures followed by the Health Ministry.
Diplomatic missions, international organizations, foreigners, investors, and residents of Jordan are excluded from the travel bans, provided that they are subject to the precautionary measures followed by the Health Ministry.
Source: Roya News English
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