COVID-19 Jordanian Entry Restrictions Before you travel, please review the current entry requirements and restrictions to Jordan in the Entry Requirements section. Traveling to neighboring countries If you are traveling from Jordan to neighboring countries, be sure to obtain a visa before traveling from Canada. If you are entering Jordan through the King Hussein Bridge or through the Wadi Araba (Aqaba) border crossing, you must obtain a visa before traveling online or at a Jordanian diplomatic mission.

If you are traveling outside of Jordan, be aware that other countries refuse entry to Canadians because their passports have a Jordanian border stamp issued by an office bordering Israel. Foreign nationals leaving South Africa must spend 14 days in a third country before they can enter Jordan. Direct flights to/from Jordan from the following countries are completely banned: South Africa, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini and Botswana. Anyone who has been outside the aforementioned countries for more than 14 days prior to traveling to Jordan may enter Jordan by applying the requirements set out in paragraphs 1, 2 and 4 above.

Travelers to Jordan must also complete a Traveler Health Declaration form prior to travel. All travelers arriving by air and land are required to complete a health declaration and location form. Passengers must have valid health insurance during their intended stay in Jordan.

Foreign nationals require proof of travel/medical insurance including Covid-19 coverage. Foreign nationals must obtain valid health/travel insurance for the duration of their stay in Jordan, and all arriving travelers must download the AMAN mobile app on their mobile device. Vaccination certificates are only required in Arabic or English and must be presented prior to boarding.

Be sure to check the following requirements for the latest information before you travel. Follow the advice of local authorities and stay up to date with the security situation through the media and this travel tip. If you are not fully vaccinated, there are additional guidelines to follow before, during and after your trip.

If you are not fully vaccinated, in addition to the above testing recommendations, it is recommended to stay home and isolate for 7 days after travel, even if you test negative after 3-5 days. If you have recovered from a confirmed COVID-19 infection in the past 90 days (regardless of vaccination status), you do not need to be tested 3-5 days after travel. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 after traveling, isolate and consult your doctor for testing advice.

Due to the current situation in Jordan, even fully vaccinated travelers may be at risk of contracting and transmitting different variants of COVID-19. Jordan reports a large number of new COVID-19 cases every day. COVID-19 in Jordan is effectively controlled, monitored and treated by the government.

Jordan has taken the lead in anticipating the curve and has taken extreme quarantine measures in advance to protect citizens, visitors and guests. Vehicle quarantine will no longer be required for passengers arriving at the government.

The Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has announced that international flights to Jordanian airports will resume on September 8, 2020. International flights can now fly to Jordan, but the Jordanian Interior Ministry has announced a ban on entry to non-Jordanian travelers from South Africa. Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Lesotho and Swaziland. From March 1, tourists will no longer be required to take a PCR test before entering Jordan, nor another PCR test upon arrival at airports and other points of entry, the Jordan Tourism Board said. The Jordanian government has also introduced new testing requirements for unvaccinated private sector employees, who are now required to take PCR tests every Sunday and Thursday.

All persons traveling to Jordan by air, land, or transiting through Jordan must have a negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to departure for Jordan. All international arrivals aged five years and over must have tested negative for COVID-19 taken no more than 72 hours prior to their scheduled flight to Jordan. Passengers entering or transiting Jordan must undergo a negative PCR test for COVID-19 no later than 72 hours prior to departure from the first point of embarkation.

Before traveling to Jordan, you must register your details on the Visit Jordan platform and pre-order a PCR test upon arrival (or if you are fully vaccinated, you can request an exemption from this test through the portal). Travelers to Jordan must complete the “Jordan Travel Declaration Form” prior to travel and present the generated QR code (Quick Response) before boarding the flight and upon arrival; to access the form, click here. This QR code will also serve as proof of vaccination for fully vaccinated travelers upon arrival in Jordan and while traveling across the country.

General Information for Dual Citizenship Travelers Confirm your citizenship status at the Jordanian Embassy in Ottawa before departure. You must obtain Jordanian government approval for any trip to refugee camps. The travel agency had to submit an application to the Jordanian Interior Ministry.

It can only be canceled by the court or the person who applied for the suspension of the trip. Jordanian Ministry of the Interior – Jordan e-Government website Health Access Requirements To obtain a residence permit, you must pass medical examinations, including mandatory tests for tuberculosis, HIV and hepatitis C. Registration Register with the police for a stay of more than 2 weeks. Any adult male can prevent their minor children from leaving Jordan by interrupting their trip with the Jordanian authorities.

Travelers must follow any guidelines or requirements in Jordan, including wearing a mask and keeping a distance of 6 feet from others. You should not rely on Jordan’s help to change your travel plans. The Jordan Tourism Board aims to provide updates as new information becomes available.

Countries and regions have been classified under strict health measures into green, yellow and red zones, with each category having its own specific travel and government entry requirements. Covid-19 is still a threat, but with continued public health measures, vaccinations and tests, it will be possible to travel the world.