updated: 20.11.2020

Open for citizens: YES Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: NO Quarantine: YES

Latest News: Government imposes fresh nationwide lockdown 11-15 November (Reuters,01.11.2020).


International Restrictions:

*Entry to Jordan: Jordan’s international airport re-opened to scheduled flights on 10 September. Passengers must register to travel on the Visit Jordan website and have PCR tests before departure, on arrival and during the period of self quarantine.

Four land borders: Sheikh Hussein Bridge, Al Mudawwarah, King Hussein Bridge and Al Omari will be partially reopened from Thursday 29 October. There will be restrictions on the number of travellers limited between 100 and 150 from each of the four border crossings each day.
Strict quarantine rules are in place depending on the country of origin.
Countries are categorised by an epidemiological scale of the COVID-19 outbreak. The government of Jordan will review a list of countries and categories every fourteen days. This can be checked on the Visit Jordan website.


On September 27th, Jordan reopened roadways with Syria which had been closed for nearly a month due to coronavirus.

From 23 September, passengers arriving in to Jordan are no longer subject to institutional quarantine, but will be required to complete self-isolation even if their PCR test result is negative. Countries are classified into three categories: Green, Yellow and Red – depending on the scale of the COVID-19 outbreak. Passengers arriving from the green and yellow category countries are required to self-isolate for one week even if their PCR test result is negative. Arrivals from the red category countries are required to self-isolate for two weeks even if their PCR test result is negative.

updated: 09.10.2020


Jordan https://travelbans.org/asia/jordan/

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