Jordan lifts travel restrictions from seven countries

Jordan

Published: 2021-09-26 16:56

Last Updated: 2021-10-17 17:34


Jordan lifts travel restrictions from seven countries
Jordan lifts travel restrictions from seven countries

Sunday, Jordan decided to lift travel restrictions which were imposed on seven countries due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The seven countries include India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Bhutan and Nepal.

Additionally, on Sunday, the Airport International Group (AIG) stressed the need to comply with Defense Order No. 34 of 2021 issued by the Prime Minister, related to entering the airport building for non-travel purposes.

The AIG said in a press statement that Defense Order No. 34 prohibited entry of any person to the airport building unless the individua's SanadJo application shows a green screen, which means that the person is fully vaccinated or has received the first dose and has not missed the date of the second dose or has obtained a negative PCR test result that is valid for a period of 72 hours.

The group called on travelers and visitors to Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) to abide by Defense Order No. 34.