Jordan reopens International Flights from September 8th
Mandatory pads and precautionary measures for travelers from “green, yellow and red” countries.
The crisis center of the National Center for Security and Crisis Management has decided to restore regular flights through Queen Alia International Airport starting next Tuesday, September 8, the Jordanian government announced on September 2nd.
Travelers arriving in Jordan from “green countries”, countries deemed to be at low risk of a pandemic, must have spent the last 14 days in the country of departure and present a negative PCR test (swab) conducted within 72 hours of their arrival. This was stated by the Minister of Communication, Amjad Adaileh, during a joint press conference with the Jordanian premier.
Travelers from “green countries” will also have to undergo another COVID-19 test at their own expense upon arrival in the Kingdom, and will have to wait for the result at the airport, the minister said, noting that those who test positive will be subjected to institutional quarantine, while those who test negative will have to undergo a week of self-isolation.
As for the “yellow countries”, travelers must submit a negative PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to their arrival.
Travelers from “yellow countries” will have to undergo another COVID-19 test upon arrival in the Kingdom and a seven-day quarantine, while a third test will be conducted on the fifth or sixth day of arrival, the minister said.
Those who test negative after the first week of quarantine will have to undergo automatic quarantine for an additional week.
Travelers from “red countries” are also required to undergo the same procedures, but must wear an electronic bracelet during the self-isolation period, the minister said.
Those who fail to provide a PCR test 72 hours prior to their flight arriving in the Kingdom will undergo a two-week institutional quarantine.
The minister also specified that these measures will be imposed on all arrivals in the Kingdom and will be applied to all border crossings.
As for people wishing to leave the country, they are free to leave at any time they wish, provided that flights are available and the destination countries approve their entry.
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