What will happen if the PCR test at the airport returns positive? (For Jordanians or Internationals)?
If PCR result is positive then the traveler will be sent to the Ministry of Health office at the airport to arrange his/her safe departure from the airport and transported to the dedicated COVID hospital for treatment (treatment for non-Jordanians will be at their own expense)
What is the wait time for the PCR test at the airport?
test result takes 2-5 hours max.
What ages are expected to have the PCR test upon arrival? Does it include children?
All ages above 5 years old.
To return to our country/region after visiting Jordan are we requested to go to a lab for another PCR test? If yes how do we contact these labs?
Depends on the policy and procedures of each country, there will be a lab at the departures area and also a list of local labs in Amman will be found here
Will there still be airport transportation?
All airport transportation will be available at arrivals
Are we allowed to bring our personal electronic thermometers with us or will they be subjected to customs?
yes you are allowed.
Is it mandatory to wear a mask and gloves during my entire trip ?
Face masks and gloves are mandatory in public places for example shopping malls…..public gathering areas…. as per the MoH protocols that are listed here.
Who will cover my PCR test expenses in QAIA?
The PCR test is at the expense of the traveler.
I am a resident of a green listed country/region but hold a passport of another will i be allowed entry?
Yes you will under condition you have been residing in a green listed country/region for 14 consecutive days.
Are the historical sites and tourist attractions being sanitized for visitors?
yes, all public areas and tourist attractions are routinely sanitized.
Does Duty Free in QAIA accept cash or must I use my credit card for my purchases?
yes both payments are accepted.
While visiting Jordan, I developed some symptoms correlated with Covid19 symptoms, to whom must I report this?
Can I enter Jordan by transiting in a Green country even though my country/region of departure is listed as Yellow/Red?
No, transiting in a Green country does not qualify passengers to be categorized as “green” if they have departed from a red/yellow country/region. Passengers would need to spend at least 14 days in a “Green” country to classify as green.