COVID-19: Jordan expatriates and foreign students banned from outbound travel


Jordan has also decided to suspend school trips abroad and travel of government staff as part of the new measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

But Jordanian citizens are free to travel abroad. Jordanian Health Minister Saad Jaber said that the authorities will intensify monitoring at all land and sea crossings, and is working on securing more and better quarantine sites.



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