Covid-19 Update

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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 (that covers COVID-19) 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.

Regardless of the vaccination, people arriving from any of the following countries (Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, and Srilanka) are required to do a PCR test upon arrival to Jordan.

Curfew hours canceled 

After September 1st 2021, all curfew-imposed restrictions have been ended.

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.


COVID-19 Travel Update – May 13th

The curfew hours have been reduced starting on May 13th, daily curfews now begin at 10 PM for businesses and 11 PM for individuals and will extend until 6 AM the following day.


for more information about COVID-19 status in Jordan, please visit corona.moh.gov.jo


COVID-19 Travel Update – April 28th

The government has announced that the Friday lockdowns will be canceled starting April 30th with the remaining curfew restrictions remaining in place whereby the daily curfew begins at 6 PM for businesses and 7 PM for individuals and will extend until 6 AM the following day.  

for more information about COVID-19 status in Jordan, please visit corona.moh.gov.jo


COVID-19 Travel Update – March 12th

The Jordanian government has announced new COVID-19 restrictions. Starting on the 13th of March the daily curfew will begin at 6 PM for businesses and 7 PM for individuals and will extend until 6 AM the following day, delivery services for restaurants and pharmacies will remain available until midnight. The re-imposed Friday lockdowns will resume beginning from 7 PM on Thursdays until 6 AM on Saturdays.  

For more information about COVID-19 status in Jordan, please visit corona.moh.gov.jo


COVID-19 Travel Update – February 26th 2021

The Jordanian government has announced it has re-imposed lockdowns on Fridays in addition to new curfew hours. Friday lockdowns starts on Thursday at 10 PM and ends on the following Saturday at 6 AM. As for the daily curfew hours they have been changed to start at 9 PM for commercial establishments and 10 PM for individuals and ends the next morning at 6 AM.


COVID-19 Travel Update - January 14th 2021

Self quarantine will no longer be required for passengers arriving to Jordan.

A valid PCR (Negative) test is required that has been done within the past 72 hours, and another PCR mandatory test will be given at the airport for all arrivals above 5 years of age at their own expense

On the 20th of January the platform www.gateway2jordan.gov.jo will no longer be used for travelers arriving by air 


COVID-19 Travel Update - September 17

Institutional quarantine will no longer be required for passengers arriving to Jordan as of September 23rd 2020 and will be replaced by a seven-day home quarantine.

For visiting Jordan please visit www.gateway2jordan.gov.jo


COVID-19 Travel Update - September 8 

The Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has announced that international flights into Jordanian airports will resume on the 8th of September 2020. Countries and regions have been categorized depending on strict health measures into green, yellow and red areas with each category having its own specific requirements for travel and entry into Jordan. These measures and the procedure of approval for flying into the country can be found on www.gateway2jordan.gov.jo

For any inquiries regarding entering Jordan please visit the website or contact info@visitjordan.gov.jo

COVID-19 update - June 6 

The wait is finally over. All domestic tourism destinations are now open at full capacity for locals and expatriates residing in Jordan; however, as we venture into this new long-awaited chapter, let’s keep in mind the necessity of distancing, hygienic practices and all rules, regulations, recommendations and preventative measures stated by the Ministry of Health and health authorities.

We are also looking forward to seeing international tourists coming back soon…

For more information on COVID-19 in Jordan click here.


COVID-19 update - April 19 

COVID-19 is being effectively monitored, controlled and treated in Jordan. The Ministry of Health and Royal Medical Services are actively monitoring the situation and working with the World Health Organization and other international partners. We know that COVID-19 remains top of mind for many travelers. Jordan has taken a lead to get ahead of the curve and took extreme quarantine measures early on to protect citizens, visitors and guests. Jordan has been successful in flattening the curve, maintaining it while making sure that citizens were also taken care of.

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Jordan Tourism Board and our industry partners will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in other countries closely and assess potential impacts in our region. We are committed to providing updates as new information becomes available. While the world today is clouded in uncertainty, we believe in the allure of travel. Whether you have an upcoming trip, you've postponed your plans, or you’re thinking about a future journey, it's still okay to dream.

Jordan will be ready when you are.


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