Jordan says it is easing coronavirus-related restrictions on foreign visitors entering the country
The Jordanian Tourism Board said that from March 1, visitors will no longer be required to take a PCR test before entering the country or take another PCR test upon arrival at airports and other points. of entry.
Visitors will still be required to sign a pledge to get tested if they experience symptoms of coronavirus and agree to self-isolate if they contract COVID-19.
“We hope that the easing of previous restrictions will once again help the resumption of tourism in the kingdom and facilitate access for travelers planning their trips to Jordan,” said Abed Al-Razzaq Arabiyat, director general of the office of the tourism.
Jordan’s struggling economy relies heavily on international tourism and has been hit hard by the pandemic.
Countries around the world have lifted coronavirus restrictions as a wave of the highly contagious omicron variant recedes.