As countries continue to relax COVID-19 policies around the globe, Jordan has announced it would drop the COVID-19 testing protocol in favour of ease of travel. Tourism is one of the revenue generation sources for the Jordanian Government, which was drastically affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic.
To lessen travel restrictions and enhance Tourism in the country, the Jordanian Government has announced that it was easing coronavirus-related restrictions on foreign visitors, taking a key step toward reviving its critical tourism industry.
Jordan’s Tourism Board said that as of March 1, visitors would no longer be required to take a PCR test before entering the country or take another PCR test upon arrival at airports and other entry points. This applies to vaccinated & unvaccinated travellers. The new policy will take effect from the 1st day of March 2022.
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This new policy will replace the current policy requiring travellers to submit a negative PCR test taken within 72hours before departure to Jordan.
To obtain their QR code, travellers must fill out a Health Declaration/Passenger Locator form using the https://www.gateway2jordan.gov.jo/ portal.
The QR code will be used for border and entrance into hotels, restaurants and public spaces. In addition, it stated that in the event of symptoms of COVID-19 during their stay, a rapid test or PCR test should be performed. For a “positive result”, the traveller must quarantine themselves for 5 days.
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