Jordan removes tests for all international arrivals

Jordan has removed the need for arrivals into the country to take PCR tests before departure and on arrival – regardless of vaccination status.

The change of rules came into effect on March 1, and the UK Foreign Office (FCDO) today updated its travel advice for the country.

It now says: “From March 1 2022, all travellers regardless of their vaccination status, are no longer required to conduct pre-departure PCR tests and PCR tests on arrival in Jordan.

“All non-Jordanian travellers, whether vaccinated or not, should complete the Travel To Jordan Declaration Form on the Gateway2Jordan platform and follow all guidance provided by the Government of Jordan.

“You will need a visa to enter or travel through Jordan as a visitor. This can be acquired on arrival.”

It adds: “Entry requirements for Jordan are the same for all travellers, regardless of Covid-19 vaccination status.”

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