Palestinians fleeing Ukraine exempt from COVID-19 travel restrictions

Refugees arriving at the Medyka pedestrian border crossing fleeing the conflict in their country, in eastern Poland on February 27, 2022. As Ukraine braces for a feared Russian invasion, its EU member neighbours are making preparations for a possible influx of hundreds of thousands or even millions of refugees fleeing military action (Photo: AFP)
AMMAN — The National Center for Security and Crisis Management announced on Sunday that Palestinians residing in Ukraine, and their families, are exempted, just like Jordanians and their families, from the travel restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Al-Mamlakeh TV.اضافة اعلان

The exemption entails cancelation of registration requirements on the platform “GATWWAY2JORDAN”, as well as of the PCR test before traveling and once landing in the Kingdom.

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