Iraqi Citizens Are Allowed To Enter Jordan For The Purpose Of Treatment

Amman, Jordan allowed citizens of 12 countries, including Iraq, to enter the Kingdom to receive medical treatment in its private hospitals, for the first time in months due to the outbreak of the new Coronavirus.

The countries whose citizens are allowed to enter Jordan for the purposes of treatment in addition to Iraq are Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Sultanate of Oman, Palestine, Libya, Algeria, Sudan, Yemen and Cyprus.

In cooperation with private hospitals, the government launched the Salamtak “Your Safety” website, www.salamtak.gov.jo, from which the patient from the countries is allowed to book the hospital, pay electronically, and obtain the visa electronically by the Ministry of Interior.

The patient must send a medical report on his health, his personal data, and that of his companions, provided that he receives a response to his request within 24 hours.

 

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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