- Jordan Trip - Future Trip TBD
- Letter from Jonathan
- Quick Facts About Jordan
- Trip Dates, Costs and Deadlines
- Ministry Details
- Trip Checklist
- Trip Rules & Team Covenant
- Resolving Conflict
- Medical Release Form
- Prayer Partners
- How To Get A Passport
- How To Get A Jordanian Visa
- Trip Finances & Payments
- How To Raise Funds
- Trip Schedule
- Cultural Helps
- Language Helps
- Helpful Hints
- Flight Information
- Baggage Information
- Packing List
- Donations to Bring
Shots and Vaccines for Jordan
For further details about shots and vaccines for Jordan, please consult with your family doctor, your local travel health clinic and the Center for Disease Control website.
Hepititis A Injection – one month before travel and a booster 6-12 months later –good for a lifetime
Hepititis B Injection – a series of three shots – good for a lifetime (mainly for those who are in the medical field or will be dealing with blood/fluids)
Injection – Good for 3 years
Oral – Good for 5 years
Polio Good for 5 years
MMR Injection – usually a childhood immunization – Good for a lifetime
Tetanus/Diphtheria Injection – one dose is good for 10 years
Traveler’s Diarrhea: Caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites, which are found throughout the region and can contaminate food and /or water. Infections may cause diarrhea, vomiting, and fever. Make sure you drink only bottled water.
*OPTIONAL: Ask your doctor to prescribe you the two following medicines as a preventative: Cipro 500mg and Flagyl.
To Stay Healthy:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water or antibacterial hand wash.
- Drink only bottled water or carbonated drinks in cans or bottles.
- Avoid tap water, fountain drinks, and ice cubes at all times.
- Eat only thoroughly cooked food and fruits and vegetables that can be peeled.