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Jordan to recommence international flight operations as of September 8.

Jordan to recommence international flight operations as of September 8.

The National Centre for Security and Crisis Management's crisis centre has determined to recommence regular flights at Queen Alia International Airport as of September 8.

 

Countries have been classified into three categories: GREEN, YELLOW & RED. All passengers must present a negative PCR test carried within 72 hours before their arrival.

 

Travelers proceeding from the Green countries must have spent the last 14 days in the state of departure and upon arrival will be summited to another COVID-19 test on their own expense and wait for the results. The person that tested positive will endure quarantine. The Green Countries are Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Lithuania, Malaysia, Morocco, Poland, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, and Tunisia, 

 

Travelers proceeding from the Yellow countries must have spent the last 14 days in the land of departure. Upon arrival, they will also have to perform another COVID-19 test and are required to undergo a four-day institutional quarantine and then proceed for one additional self-quarantine week. The Yellow countries are Algeria, Austria, Germany, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, and the UAE.

 

Travelers proceeding from the RED countries must perform another COVID-19 test and are required to undergo a seven-day institutional quarantine and then move for one additional self-quarantine week. 

The Red countries are Bahrain, Belgium, France, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the UK, Ukraine, the US, Egypt, Sudan, and Yemen. 

 

Countries not mentioned at any list are categorized as RED countries.

 

The list of countries is continuously amended according to new Coronavirus infections in the respective countries.

 

Sources: The Jordan Times