JTB urges travelers to register online to ease travel; no PCR tests on arrival

The Jordan Tourism Board (JTB) stated recently that it was hopeful the government's decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions would help enable tourism to grow. JTB Managing Director Abed Al Razzaq Arabiyat wrote a letter following the government's announcement to "friends and partners" in which he explained how the new measures would ease access for travelers planning their trips to Jordan. In accordance with government decision, beginning March 1, travelers to Jordan will no longer be required to conduct a PCR test before departure nor will they be required to conduct a PCR test upon arrival at the airports, land borders or sea ports.

JTB urges travelers to register online to ease travel; no PCR tests on arrival

According to the JTB chief, travelers will still be required to register online to receive their QR codes for border entry and entry into hotels, restaurants, and other public areas so they can enter a declaration stating that if they experience any symptoms of COVID they will conduct a rapid test or PCR test and in case they test positive they must self-quarantine for five days.