The Jaber-Nassib border center between Syria and Jordan resumed its work yesterday, Wednesday, after it stopped working in 2020, due to the spread of the Corona pandemic.
The director of the Jordanian Jaber Border Center spoke with Syria, Colonel Muayyad Al-Zoubi, about a set of measures taken to cross through the crossing.
In an interview with Public Security Radio, Al-Zoubi indicated that the process of reciprocal transportation and the direct entry or exit of freight vehicles or passenger buses after the inspection and audit procedures were canceled, and transit trucks were also allowed to enter Jordan towards Saudi Arabia and exit from Jordan towards Syria.
Al-Zoubi added that “Jordanians are allowed to leave for the Syrian side by using public transport vehicles and buses without prior approval from the Ministry of Interior, as was previously the case, and 100 cargo vehicles are allowed to enter the border daily, and there is no requirement for a specific number of passenger buses.”
Al-Zoubi indicated that passengers and drivers, whether arriving or departing, are required to present a certificate of examination (PCR) for a period of 72 hours.
Source: “Public Security Radio”