The travel advice is Do not travel to Jordan. Travel advice has Unknown for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Jordan. Jordan is part of Asia with main city at
Amman. Its Developing country with a
population of 10M people. The main currency is Jordanian Dinar. The languages
spoken are Arabic.
👍 Developing 👨👩👦👦 10M people
🚨 Travel Advice for Jordan
There is not enough information about the restrictions between Western Sahara and Jordan
Travel restriction details for Jordan
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🍽️ Restaurants & bars Delivery/Takeout only
🛍️ Open shopping
🚌 Operational with restrictions transport
📅 events Partially Allowed
🔒 Lockdown Details for Jordan
The Government of Jordan implemented social distancing regulations and mandatory mask wearing in business establishments, public transportation, and government facilities due to COVID-19. The government has imposed a daily curfew which begins at 6 p.m. for businesses and 7 p.m. for individuals and extends until 6 a.m. the following morning. The Government of Jordan announced that starting April 30 the comprehensive Friday lockdown will end while the daily curfew will remain in place until further notice. Since March 10, all schools are closed. Students in all grades, including students in universities, cultural centers, and vocational training institutes, participate in remote learning until further notice. Nurseries remain open. The following sectors will be closed until May 15: nightclubs, bars, discos, counters that serve alcoholic drinks, swimming pools, sports centers, academies, and clubs, oriental baths, and equestrian clubs. On April 28, the Government of Jordan announced public parks starting April 30. Public transportation services remain limited. Access to emergency health services remains available. Information in English can be found on the Government of Jordan’s COVID-19 website https://corona.moh.gov.jo/en%22%20/t%20%22_blank . Ramadan Guidelines: On April 11, the Jordanian government announced it will allow worshippers to travel by foot, for a period of half an hour, to perform Maghrib and Fajir prayers at mosques during the month of Ramadan. Additionally, starting April 30, the Government of Jordan announced it will allow citizens to go to mosques on foot to perform Isha and Tarawih prayers during the month of Ramadan. The Jordanian government also extended delivery hours for restaurants, pharmacies, and sweets shops until 3 a.m. during Ramadan. Food services at hotels is extended until 8:30 p.m. for hotel guests only.
🛡️ Travel safety for Jordan
If you're travelling to Jordan, you'll need to have COVID-19 (PCR) tests conducted at your country of departure within 72 hours of travel and on arrival in Jordan. You’ll need to register on the Gateway 2 Jordan website in advance if you're planning to arrive through a land crossing. We advise: Do not travel to Jordan.