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International Air travel resumed on June 24 for some airlines (Emirates, Turkish, Ariana and Kam). Arriving passengers will have their temperature checked at the airport. If you have a high temperature the government will advise you to quarantine. Emirates and Fly Dubai require passengers to present a COVID-19 negative certificate in order to travel. The government has also re-opened borders with Iran. As of June 26, wearing masks in public is mandatory. However, no lockdown measures have been put in place.
All commercial flights resumed on June 15. From June 22,only EU nationals and residents can enter the country. However,land and maritime borders with Montenegro,Kosovo and North Macedonia have reopened to foreign nationals. The Greece border remains closed. Shops,hairdressers,restaurants,and indoor activity centers are opened with social distancing measures in place.
As of March 17,2020, Algeria closed all land borders and all non-cargo international and marine travel is suspended. Domestic flights have also been suspended since March 22. The government will also impose a "targeted lockdown" for hard-hit areas. A curfew from 8pm to 5am is in place in 29 provinces. On Sunday 26 July, authorities decided to renew the partial lockdown measures for 15 days in 29 provinces to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Andorra has lifted its travel ban but you can only get to Andorra through Spain and France which both have restrictions. There is no requirement for health test when entering Andorra an no quarantine either. Restaurants,cafes and bars are open with social distancing measures in place.
All International flights were cancelled since March 20,2020. All borders have been closed . Schools and Universities are also closed and gatherings larger than 50 have been banned.The government declared "a situation of public calamity" on May 26 which imposes strict health protocols including the mandatory wearing of face masks and limited operation of business establishments.
|Antigua and Barbuda||Open||3-Aug-20|
Antigua & Barbuda borders re-opened on June 1,2020. Flights from the US commenced on June 4 and travelers need to provide proof of negative COVID-19 test upon arrival. All passengers are subject to screening and temperature checks. Passengers arriving by sea are subject to quarantine. Also, a daily curfew from 11 pm to 5 am is in place until July 31,2020. A State of Emergency is in place until 31 July and will likely be extended until 31 October.
Argentina's borders are closed to foreigners and non-residents entering the country. All commercial flights have been suspended until September 1. However, special flights are available for returning residents who will undergo 14-day quarantine upon arrival.COVID-19 lockdown restrictions to be eased in Buenos Aires; ban on commercial flights set to expire on 1 September. International flights are scheduled to resume by mid-August. Wearing a face mask in public is mandatory.
Only citizens of Armenia, members of the family of a citizen or lawful residents can enter the country. The Armenia-Georgia and Armenia-Iran borders are also closed to most travelers. The public transportation ban has been lifted and schools, malls and gyms are open. Face masks are required in public places and in vehicles containing more than one passenger. Government extends state of emergency until 12 August.
Aruba's border reopening happened in phases. To date, visitors from Europe, Bonaire & Curacao, Canada, USA and The Caribbean (excluding Dominican republic and Haiti) can enter the country. Upon arrival, travelers can take a PCR test or upload the PCR test in the 72-hour window. Arrivals must also purchase Aruba’s COVID-19 insurance for the duration of their trip and agree to health screening and temperature checks on arrival; Wearing a mask during the flight and at the airport.
Travelers arriving from overseas will be charged fees for quarantining. On March 24, the Prime Minister announced a ban on overseas travel with a few exceptions. From July 8th, the NSW-Victoria border will be shut with exemptions for special reasons like work or medical reasons.Only Australian citizens and returning permanent residents and their immediate family members are permitted to enter Australia without an exemption until further notice. Queensland has declared Greater Sydney a COVID-19 hotspot; starting August 1, travelers granted entry who have been in Sydney in the last 14 days must quarantine upon arrival in Queensland.
At the moment, travelers from a limited list of countries can enter without showing a negative COVID-19 test or committing to quarantine. The country has listed 30 countries mostly from the EU and the EU Economic Area who can enter the country without having to comply with any health restrictions. Austria is in a phase of gradual, monitored re-opening.On July 15, the country issued a restriction for those arriving from Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, N. Macedonia, Romania and Serbia. Recreational facilities including restaurants and museums have opened since May 29.
There are limited flights available to Istanbul, London, Berlin and Minsk. Foreign nationals need submit a medical certificate after being tested for COVID-19. Borders with Iran and Georgia are closed until August 1. Visits of Russian and Azerbaijani citizens have been suspended since March 18. All passengers arriving in the country are to undergo 14-day quarantine in a designated facility regardless of their purpose or nationality. The government has extended all COVID-19 restrictions until August 31.
Only citizens, diplomats and permanant residents of the Kingdom will be allowed entry. Passengers with a Prior Permission Granted Letter from authorities will also be allowed entry. All other passengers will be denied entry. Visas upon arrival have been suspended and all arriving passengers must secure a visa in advance or be a Bahrain residence permit. Passengers will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival and quarantined for 14 days regardless of the test results. The Kingdom has implemented strict social distancing and wearing of face masks since April 23 with a 5 Bahraini Dinars fine for failure to do so.
Since July 1, The Bahamas has resumed commercial flights, re-opening international tourism. Travelers need to fill out an online Health Visa and upload their negative COVID-19 PCR test to the online portal. The country is still under a State of Emergency which includes a 10pm to 5am curfew. Wearing face masks is required and social distancing measures in place.
Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nepal, Maldives, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, UAE and UK have been suspended. Commercial flights to some destinations and limited international commercial flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes have been operational from June 1. All arrivals need to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test and self-quarantine for 14 days. Authorities extend COVID-19 restrictions until August 3
The government of Barbados opened its borders on July 12,2020. All travelers from "low-risk" countries who haven't visited high-risk countries within 21 days are exempted from pre-testing. Travelers from medium to high risk countries need to take a COVID-19 PCR test. Passengers from other countries need to present a medical certificate with a COVID-19 negative test. All arriving passengers will need to quarantine for 14 days which can be home-quarantine for those arriving from CARICOM countries. Passengers arriving from non-CARICOM countries will need to quarantine at a government facility. All COVID-19 restrictions remain in place until August 31. The national curfew was lifted on July 1 but social distancing and mass gathering limits are still in place.
Travel to and from Belarus is open to foreigners, citizens and tourists. Upon arrival, passengers will undergo a routine health check and foreign citizens are subject to a 14-day self-quarantine requirement. However, if travelers have a medical certificate issued with 48 hours, they can avoid quarantine. It is also possible to enter Belarus by land although border checkpoints may take longer than normal. There are no domestic restrictions in place and all businesses are functioning normally.
Belgium dropped all restrictions for travel within the European Union and from UK, Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein sine June 15. Passengers from these countries have no re entry requirements neither do they need to undergo quarantine. As from 1 July, Beligium followed other EU member states and lifted restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU for residents of the following third countries: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay,.
Most ports of Most ports of entry to Belize are closed. However,cargo vessels may continue to use all ports of entry. The Philip Goldson International Airport and Santa Elena Border remain open. Foreign visitors who have been to Europe,Hong Kong,Japan,Iran,South Korea and China in the past 30 days cannot enter Belize. International Commercial flights are scheduled to resume on August 15 and the country is to relax the curfew and State of Emergency by the end of July.
Land borders with neighboring countries remain closed excluding government-approved essential travel. Although the cottoned Cadjehoun Airport remains open,all travelers need to undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing at their expense. Passengers are also required to self-isolate for at least 48 hours until results are out.
Tourism visas starting from March 6 onwards are suspended and travel is subject to different restrictions imposed by countries through which passengers are entering Bhutan. Flights to India are suspended until July 31st, flights to Nepal are also suspended until July 31. Citizens from India, Bangladesh and the Maldives nationals, may only enter or depart the country through certain towns such as Phuntsoling, Samdrup Jongkhar and Gelephug (by road) or Paro (by air)
Currently,only citizens and residents of the countries including citizens of Croatia,Serbia and Montenegro may enter the country. In special circumstances,like for medical treatment or business-related visits,special documentation may be required. The curfew in both countries has ended and masks are no longer required when social distancing measures are in place.
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Limited||4-Aug-20|
Currently, only citizens and residents of the countries including citizens of Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro may enter the country. In special circumstances, like for medical treatment or business-related visits, special documentation may be required. Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, the government has resumed the mandatory wearing of masks in public areas and social distancing.
There are no commercial flights available in and out of Botswana and all land borders have been closed. Botswana government has banned entry of all individuals except residents from entering the country. Arriving residents will need to undergo 14-day quarantine at a government facility and take a PCR test. The lockdown measures have been lifted since May 20 and domestic flights have resumed since June 12. Health screenings before boarding and safe social distancing are still in place.
Brazil has extended its border closure until July 29, banning foreigners from entering the country by air, land or sea. There are a number of scheduled flights to Europe and the US, but capacity is limited.Passengers are allowed to transit as long as they do not leave the international airport area and have a ticket for onward travel. Only Brazilian citizens, permanent residents, family members of citizens, foreign officials and foreigner NGOs may enter the country. Domestic restrictions vary from city to city and wearing of face masks and social distancing measures are in place in most parts of the country.
Most of the routes of Royal Brunei Airlines have been suspended until August 31. There is a limited service to Melbourne, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila and Kuala Lumpur. However, only citizens, and permanent residents are allowed to leave the country. All foreign citizens are barred from entering the country by air, land or sea. Brunei has introduced an exit travel ban, including for permanent residents, and expatriate workers (green identity card holders), and their dependents.
Starting July 28, Bulgaria eases it's restrictions on those arriving from Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia, Montenegro, Moldova, Israel and Kuwait as long as they have a negative COVID-19 test. Persons arriving from countries outside the EU are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Transit through Bulgaria to the country of residence is possible for: (a) nationals of the EU, a Schengen country, or the UK and their family members; (b) non-EU nationals, who have a long-term residence permit in another EU Member State, the UK, or in a Schengen country and their family members.
Commercial flights are cancelled and all land borders are closed except for freight traffic since March 31. As of June 3, the Government of Burkina Faso cancelled the curfew except for areas under State of Emergency. The wearing of facial masks is mandatory throughout the country since April 27. The Burkinabe authorities have confirmed that commercial flights will resume operation on 1 August from midnight.
The Burundi International Airport is closed except for cargo flight. Land border entry and departure are also subject to tight screening and crossing may not be possible. Visas will only be renewed for those already in Burundi. Land borders are also closed but are scheduled to re-open on August 1.
International Commercial Flights remain suspended until August. However,maritime transportation has resumed and inter-island flights are scheduled to resume on June 30. The island remains under a "State of Calamity" with restrictions on beach access and restaurant operations. Individuals are also required to wear face covering outside their home.
On June 10, authorities issued a requirement for all foreign travelers entering Cambodia to pay a $3,000 deposit upon arrival for COVID-19 testing and potential treatment. Any unused funds will be returned to you. However, if any fellow passenger tests positive, you'll be quarantined for 14 days at a government facility. All flights from Malaysia and Indonesia are banned effective from 1 August.
All land, air and sea borders are closed until further announcement suspending all passenger flights. Starting July 13, Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Cameroon but most international flights remain suspended. Any passengers who do enter through government-approved flights will undergo COVID-19 testing at the airports. The wearing of masks is mandatory in public.
Most foreign nationals cannot travel to Canada even if they have a valid visitor visa. The only exemptions are U.S citizens who meet certain requirements, transiting passengers, diplomats' and international students. You can only travel to Canada if you are a citizen, permanent resident, or a family member of a citizen. Upon arriving, foreign nationals will undergo a 14-day quarantine that they have planned ahead. In Ontario, the State of Emergency is extended until 22 July; most businesses and public spaces to reopen in Stage 3 on 17 July
|Cape Verde Island||Limited||4-Aug-20|
Inter-island flights between the island resumed on June 30 and authorities have reopened domestic sea borders. However,there are no commercial flights out of Cape Verde. The country continues to follow social distancing measures,mandatory isolation for anyone with symptoms and use of masks in public areas.
All International Airports remain closed to leisure and non-essential travel until September 1. However,Caymanians and Permanent Residents returning from overseas can enter the country but will undergo mandatory isolation at a designated facility for 14 days. The wearing of facial mask,social distancing and restriction of large gatherings remain in place.
|Central African Republic||Limited||4-Aug-20|
Commercial passenger flights have been allowed to resume at Bangui-Mpoko International Airport, restricted to one flight per company per week. The airport officially opened July 13 and is operating limited commercial flights with Air France. Land and border crossings are also closed. Only NGO's, Central African Citizens and diplomats can enter the country. The country required the wearing of facial masks in public areas since June 12.
As of March 18,2020, all International passenger flights are suspended until further notice. Citizens re-entering the country are required to undergo a basic health check and are quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. The Government of Chad has made wearing of masks mandatory since May 7 and a curfew is in place between 10pm and 5am. The Government of Chad announced that the N’Djamena airport will reopen effective August 1, 2020
Chile has closed its borders to all foreign nationals except permanent residents. There are also indirect commercial flight options for those in Chile who want to return to Australia. Nationwide movement restrictions remain in place including a 10pm to 5am curfew,and mandatory wearing of facial mask in public places.
Most International flight have been cancelled and direct flights between China and Australia have been reduced greatly. You may also be refused entry if you hold a Chinese Visa or residence permit issued before March 26. International flights to Beijing (excluding those from Hong Kong) will be diverted to provincial airports for health screening. China has also restricted travel for some parts of the country.
International flights including transit via Bogota's El Dorado Airport are suspended until August 31. All land and sea borders are closed to non-citizens until end of August and any returning nationals are required to undergo a 14- day quarantine upon arrival. Wearing of facial mask is mandatory and lockdown measures are in effect until July 14.
The Government of Comoros announced the suspension of all International Air travel since March 31 until further notice. The only exception is medical evacuations,repatriations and cargo shipments. The country is also under a strict lockdown with vehicle travel only permitted until 2pm and essential services operational until 12 pm.
The country has closed its borders and all International passenger flights are suspended. However, movements between the cities of Brazzaville, and Pointe-Noire and the rest of the country are permitted. Congo- Brazzaville remains under a state of health emergency and the curfew from 10pm to 5 am is extended until July 30.A State of emergency is in place until 19 August.
Only Costa Rican residents who departed prior to March 24,foreign diplomats and minor children of Costa Rican residents are allowed to enter the country. This restriction is valid for land,sea and air travel. Starting August 1,the Health Minister stated that foreigners from countries that have the virus under control will be allowed to enter.
All land, air and maritime borders were closed on march 22. Land and maritime borders are still closed, however, air travel is authorized effective July 1. All passengers are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Domestic flights resumed on July 26. International flights resumed from 1 July on a limited number of routes. The state of emergency has been extended to 31 August.
All EU/EEA nationals or those holding permanent residence in EU/EEA countries can enter Croatia without any restrictions. Other foreigners including U.S citizen may enter for tourism, important matters or business as long as proof is provided. Croatia has lifted mandatory self-isolation and quarantine restrictions for those entering and instead, travelers are provided a Pamphlet with Instructions to follow for 14 days. Passengers in transit may travel through the Republic of Croatia provided that it is possible to enter or transit through the neighbouring countries.
Since March 20, the Cuban Government has closed its borders to non-Cuban citizens. All international flights were suspended until August 1.Havana airport is open for humanitarian and repatriation flights. No foreign sea vessels are allowed in Cuban waters until further notice When the country does re-open, mandatory quarantine in a government facility is expected. All commercial and charter flights are suspended from entering or leaving Cuba until 15 August 2020
Curacao limited entry to legal residents with permission from the local government on March 30. Flights to and from Bonaire, Aruba, Sint Maarten and the Netherlands have resumed since then. However, it is unknown when flights from the U.S will resume. Each visitor entering Curaçao will need to show a negative result from a certified COVID-19 PCR-test and carry a printed document of proof with them.The country has lifted it's curfew but kept social distancing protocols.
Starting June 20, Cyprus begun reopening international flights. Travelers are categorized depending on their country of origin's risk level. The government has resumed the restriction of flights from Lebanon. Passengers from 'low-risk' countries do not need to undergo mandatory testing or quarantine. However, those from medium risk countries need to undergo mandatory testing without quarantine. Travelers from countries that are considered 'high-risk' can enter as long as they undergo mandatory testing and 14-day self quarantine.
|Czechia (Czech Republic)||Limited||4-Aug-20|
Persons coming from a 'green-zone' or low-risk country such as citizens of EU countries who have stayed in their country may enter without restrictions. However, if they have been in a 'red-zone' country, a PCR test is required. Citizens of 'red-zone' or high-risk countries are banned from entering the Czech Republic. A total of 17 airlines have already announced their intention to resume direct flights from Vaclav Havel Airport Prague. Specifically, 55 destinations have been listed, 10 of which are already in operation.
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||Closed||4-Aug-20|
The DRC has closed its borders to all international travel and all domestic and international flights are suspended. There is also a 48 hour quarantine in the cities of Lubumbashi, Kasumbalesa and Kipushi as of June 21.Strict domestic restrictions are in place and the Police will issue a fine of 5000 Congolese Francs ($3) if masks are not worn. Beginning June 29, businesses, banks, restaurants and shops are re-opening in Gombe district in Kinshasa with social distancing measures in place. Borders and airports are anticipated to start reopening from 15 August.
Countries other than EU member states, the UK and Schengen countries are considered 'banned' countries except Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Thailand. The Danish government has not re-opened it's borders with Portugal and Sweeden.However, citizens of 'open' countries can only enter if they have important business, legal or personal reasons.You can travel through Denmark (transit) if you have a worthy purpose outside Denmark or you are going on holiday. All travellers entering Denmark need to provide a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test.
The Djibouti government announced that its International Airport will open for passenger traffic on July 17. Arriving passengers will be tested for COVID-19. Land and sea borders remain closed until September 1. Djiboutian air, sea and land borders have reopened. The train service to and from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia is also due to reopen.On arrival at all entry points. Hotels, restaurants, amusement and leisure sites are now open with hygiene measures in place.
Borders and airports opened for nationals and residents on 15 July. Non nationals will be allowed to enter as of 7 August.. Anyone entering the country will need to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a government facility plus an additional 14-day self-quarantine. Masks are required in public places, restaurants remain closed and a curfew is in place.
Some passenger flights of Emirates, Fly Dubai, Etihad and Air Arabia have resumed. Starting July 7, tourists can enter Dubai as long as they submit a PCR test and complete the Health Declaration Form. Those without test results will be tested at the airport. UAE ports remain closed to cruise liners. From 1 August 2020, to transit or enter UAE you'll need to show a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within four days of your scheduled travel.
The Dominican Republic has re-opened its borders for international travel effective July 1. Mandatory health checks are in place upon entry to the country but no quarantine is required. Although most restrictions have been lifted, social distancing protocols and the wearing of face masks remain in place.The country has also declared a State of Emergency until September 1.
Starting June 1, commercial flights resumed with a limited capacity. Land border with Peru and Columbia remain closed and flights to the Galapagos remain suspended. All arriving passengers are required to have results of a PCR test or else immediately get tested at the airport. Returning citizens are required to self-quarantine for 14 days while non-citizens need to quarantine at a government facility. The government has also issued an extension of the State of Emergency until August 15.
International flights resumed on July 1 with limited capacity. However,travel in Egypt is restricted to resorts that have been the least affected by COVID-19 mostly those located in Southern Sinai,Red Sea Province and Marsa Matrouh. Passengers are required to undergo mandatory health checks upon entry. Hotels have resumed operation but pubic gatherings remain restricted and the wearing of facial mask is required.
Foreign nationals are not allowed to enter the country and only diplomats, residents and citizens can enter. The Government of El Salvador has reported that they United Airlines and Avianca will offer humanitarian flights for U.S citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents. Anyone who arrives will be subject to medical evaluation and up to 30-day quarantine. The government postponed the second phase of reopening 21 July 2020; airport set to reopen for commercial flights on 18 August.
The government has suspended all International flights until further notice. All land, air and sea borders remain closed. Domestic flights have resumed since June 15. All arriving citizens will need to present a certificate of negative diagnosis upon entry and quarantine in a government facility for 14 days. Restaurants are open for delivery only, bars remain closed as well as non-essential businesses.
The Asmara International Airport is currently closed and all entry visas are suspended. Land borders also remain closed.Travelers arriving from China must report their travel history, and may be quarantined at designated hospitals. Strict domestic restrictions are in place with bars, cafes and restaurants closed and limited public transportation A nationwide lockdown is in place until further notice.
Starting June 1,Estonia allows entry to people with no COVID-19 symptoms from the European Union,members of the Schengen area,U.K and Northern Ireland. The list has grown to include Canada,Algeria,Georgia,Japan,Montenegro,Morocco,New Zealand,Serbia,Rwanda,South Korea,Tunisia,Uruguay and Thailand. Travellers from these countries are not required to undergo quarantine.
|Eswatini (fmr. "Swaziland")||Closed||29-Jul-20|
The country is in partial lockdown and all its borders are closed. There are no international flights to and from Eswatini at present. Only returning citizens are allowed to enter as long as they undergo a 14 day quarantine in a government facility Restaurants are operating at limited capacity and public transportation is also regulated.
Air travel is now possible in Ethiopia however some land borders remain closed. Anyone arriving in the country needs to present a negative PCR test and self-quarantine for 14 days. Passengers without a negative test will be required to quarantine at a government facility for 7 days. Transiting passengers are exempt from the current quarantine restrictions for coronavirus. The maximum transit time is 72 hours.Domestic restrictions are still in place and wearing face masks is required in public areas.
All international flights remain suspended until July 31st. Returning Fiji Nationals are allowed to enter the country and must undergo compulsory 14-day quarantine followed by 14 days of self-isolation. Domestic restrictions including social distancing and a 11pm to 4am curfew remain in place. However,inter-island travel resumed on April 26.
Border control restrictions will be lifted as of July 13 allowing leisure travelers from a limited number of countries to enter. EU citizens can freely travel to Finland without any restrictions and work-related, essential travel is possible for citizens of Algeria, Australia, Japan, China, Georgia, New Zealand, South Korea, Rwanda, Thailand, Uruguay and Tunisia. No self-isolation is required for passengers of these countries. Finnish government reinstates travel restrictions for Austria, Slovenia, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, the United Kingdom and Monaco starting 27 July.
Travellers from the EU zone can travel to France without any restrictions. Entry restrictions have also been lifted for a range of other countries deemed to be a low COVID-19 risk. A voluntary 14-day quarantine applies to travellers outside the EU and U.K. Other nationalities are not allowed to enter but may transit under certain circumstances.From midnight on June 15, all travelers arriving from the UK, EU and Schengen zones will no longer need an international travel permit.
French Polynesia is to reopen its borders for limited International travel from Europe and the U.S on July 15. However,all cruise ship visits and stop-overs are suspended. Anyone arriving in the country who is not a resident will be held in quarantine until they can return to their country of origin. Most stores and service providers are open and all social gatherings are permitted without restrictions on numbers of people.
Beginning July 1, commercial air travel may resume with two international flights per airline per week. Gabon's land and sea borders remain closed. The country still has domestic restrictions in place including social distancing and hygiene requirements. European tourists, business travelers will not be granted visas after EU excludes country from ‘safe list’
There are no commercial flights operating in Gambia and all sea, land and air borders are closed. The land border with Senegal is also closed, except for security personnel and the passage of essential supplies.The country is in a state of emergency and all public venues including casinos, cafes and bars are closed. However, markets, mosques and churches have opened since June 7.
Most international flights have been cancelled and only arriving passengers from Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, France and Estonia are allowed to enter. Travelers arriving from other countries are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Land borders remain closed to passenger travel excluding returning citizens or citizens of neighboring countries returning to their home country.The government has announced on that it is now postponing the re-opening of land and air borders, as well as international tourism until at least 1 September. Regular international flights in, out of Georgia are allowed for Paris, Riga and Munich.
As with other EU countries, Germany is limiting entry to EU citizens and residents. EU nationals may be required to provide proof of entry and a valid reason to enter Germany. Transit travelers are allowed to transit in Germany as long as they have proof of onward travel. On July 14, Germany revoked it's quarantine requirement for Swedish travellers. Those entering from a country with a high rate of COVID-19 are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Ghana's international land, air and sea borders have been closed since March 21 until further notice. However, domestic flights are allowed to fly. Although there are no current movement restrictions within Ghana, face masks are required in public. Religious services may take place at 25% attendance. Recreational facilities like bars, beaches and cinemas are closed until July 31.
As of June 21, air restriction travel into Gibraltar have been lifted. Incoming travelers with valid documents will be allowed entry via the Gibraltar International Airport. The British Airways have started operating reduced flights from Gibraltar and London. All passengers are required to complete a COVID-19 tracing form. The Government is in the process of easing restrictions via a phase named "Unlock the Rock" which composes of six phases beginning on May 2. At present, restaurants and cafes are opened with limited capacity and gatherings of less than 12 people are allowed.
Since July 4, only citizens of countries' in the EU are allowed to enter Greece. Additionally, citizens of Canada, Georgia, Japan, Algeria, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, South Korea, Rwanda, Thailand, Uruguay and Tunisia can enter the country. On July 22, the authorities announced that they will now allow direct flights from U.K, and Sweden and arrivals from the U.S may be permitted by July 31. Testing for COVID-19 upon arrival is random and those tested will need to self-quarantine while waiting for results.
The Maurice Bishop International Airport re-opened on July 1 for charter flights only. Regional commercial flights are scheduled to commence on July 15 and flights from U.K, Europe and Canada may resume on August 1. All arriving passengers should present proof of a negative COVID-19 test and comply with a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility . Domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted and recreational facilities like beaches and gyms are open under restrictions. Wearing face masks is required in all public areas.
Only Guatemalan nationals, diplomats and foreign residents are allowed to enter the country. Borders are closed to all commercial passenger flights until August 15. There is no public transport available and all cultural and social events are prohibited including religious services. Restaurants, cafes and bars remain closed and high risk individuals including the elderly and children are not allowed to move around.Social distancing measures and wearing a face mask in p public areas is required.
Guernsey has reached phase five of it's COVID-19 lockdown which includes accepting visitors on the island. However, all arriving passengers are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. This mandatory self-isolation includes privately owned or chartered vessels.
The Government of Guinea announced that the Gbessia International Airport is re-opening at limited capacity. Air France will schedule occasional flights from Conakry to Paris while Brussels Airlines has suspended all flights until September 1. The country is also under a nationwide curfew from 9pm to 5am daily.
The government of Guinea-Bissau closed all land and air borders since March 18. Domestic restrictions such as closure of schools and markets are also in place. The country is under a State of Emergency until July 25.
The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority extended the closure of Guyanese airspace to all international arrivals from July 2 to August 1. All ports of entry and exit and seaports have been closed since March 27. The country is still under domestic restrictions such as limited public transportation and wearing of facial masks in public places.
Some international flights have resumed from July 1. The land border with the Dominican Republic is open to pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Travelers arriving by air will undergo general health checks and will need to self-quarantine for 14 days. Haiti is still under a curfew between 12 midnight to 4 am.
Direct flights from Chinese points-of-origin and Italian destinations have been temporarily postponed. Passengers arriving are required to self-quarantine in their home or hotel for 14 days even if they have no symptoms of COVID-19. Beginning March 3, all passengers on U.S bound flights with temperature higher than 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit are not permitted to board
Honduras has closed all air, land and sea borders. However, there are limited commercial flights out of Honduras with United Airlines and Eastern Airlines. The country is also under a nationwide curfew and using face masks, sanitary gel and following social distancing in public is mandatory.
Hong Kong residents arriving from any location except mainland China, Macau and Taiwan will be denied entry. Foreigners arriving from mainland China, Macau or Taiwan who have been overseas in the past 14 days will also be denied entry. However, both residents and foreigners from China, Macau and Taiwan without any overseas travel history will be allowed to enter as long as they undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.Beginning July 25, arrivals who have visited high-risk countries in the past 14 days will need to provide confirmation of a room reservation in a Hotel for 14 days, starting on the day of their arrival.
Hungary has divided countries in three cagetories (red, green and Yellow). Arrivals classified as 'green' do not need to undergo any testing or quarantine while those form 'yellow' and 'red' countries have differnt degrees of restrictions in place. Only EU citizens and citizens of neighboring countries (except Ukraine) are permitted to enter Hungary without testing or quarantine.Businessmen who are citizens of Poland, Germany, Bulgaria, South Korea or Japan may also enter the country without any restrictions. All other foreigners may request exception and entry permit.
Iceland has opened its borders to other EU countries and Schengen states including the U.K. All arriving passengers will need to present a negative COVID-19 test or quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. The country is also open to white listed countries including Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Starting July 16, all travellers from Finland, Germany, Denmark and Norway will no longer need to go through medical screening or quarantine.
All international flights have been suspended and all borders are closed until July 31. However, the government of India has agreed to allow U.S air carriers to resume passenger services in the U.S -India market beginning July 23. All international flights remain suspended. All land borders with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepal in East and North East India are closed. Domestic flights have begun to resume starting June 1. All returning residents are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Contaminated zones are under a total lockdown until July 31.
Although some domestic restrictions are being lifted, Iran's borders remain closed for travelers. Entry is permitted to holders of an Iranian passport or holders of a valid visa. However, flights from Turkey have resumed since June 20. Parks, gardens and recreational areas are now open while non-essential, indoor businesses remain closed. Wearing a face mask in Iran is required.
Although some domestic restrictions are being lifted, Iran's borders remain closed for travelers. However, flights from Turkey have resumed since June 20. Parks, gardens and recreational areas are now open while non-essential, indoor businesses remain closed. Wearing a face mask in Iran is required.
On June 30, the Iranian government extended the suspension of all commercial flights in and out of the country to July 15. The country is still under a curfew from 7pm to 6am and health guidelines including social distancing and public gathering remain in place.
All passengers arriving from overseas are expected to restrict movement for 14 days and must complete a COVID-19 passenger locator form indicating where they intend to self-isolate. Although the number of flights to and from the U.S to Ireland have reduced, there are no restrictions in place. Travelers arriving from 15 countries (Malta, Finland, Norway, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Slovakia, Greece, Greenland, Gibraltar, Monaco, and San Marino) do not need to undergo a 14-day quarantine beginning July 21.
Israel has extended its border closure until August 1st due to an increase of cases. Citizens may enter and will need to self-quarantine for 14 days. Domestic restrictions are being lifted gradually with restaurants and businesses are open with limited capacity. Wearing of face masks is required in all public areas.
Most travelers within Europe can freely enter and exit Italy without any restrictions. On July 1, Italy also extended its borders to those coming from countries with low infection rates as long as they quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Only residents from these 14 approved countries are allowed to enter Italy. Effective July 9 to 31,anyone who, in the previous 14 days, has stayed or transited through one of the following countries: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo is forbidden from entering Italy. Government to extend state of emergency until 15 October.
The country is under a State of Emergency until July 15. Effective July 1, international flights were permitted to resume and airlines have begun to offer limited commercial flight services. Schools are now opened but restaurants are open with social distancing guidelines in place.
Jamaica opened air and sea ports to foreign travelers from June 15. Upon arrival,travelers will undergo a health test and if anyone shows symptoms or has traveled to a high-risk country,they will be placed in quarantine for 48 hours while waiting for results. Beginning July 10,travelers from high-risk places including Arizona,Texas,Florida in the U.S need to upload a negative COVID-19 test. A 11pm to 5am curfew is in place.
Japan has closed all its borders. Even U.S citizen legal residents will not be able to enter the country as present. There are only a few exemptions for exceptional circumstances such as separated family members returning or returning from visiting a critically ill relative or attending a funeral. Anyone arriving from Guyana, Cuba, Guatemala, Grenada, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Haiti, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Algeria, Eswatini, Cameroon, Senegal, CAR, Mauritania, Iraq, Lebanon and Georgia is banned entry starting 1 July.
All arriving passengers are required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival or provide a negative COVID-19 test. Travelers are also required to disclose whether they have visited any other country other than the country of departure within 14 days on arrival to Jersey. Depending on the information, passengers may need to self-isolate for 14 days. Failure to self-isolate is considered a criminal offense punishable by a fine of up to £1,000.
Jordan's borders remain closed and all commercial flights to and from the country are suspended until further notice. Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport will accomodate a limited number of Asian and European countries from August. You can only enter the country if you get special permission from the authorities and even if you get approval, you will be quarantined for 14 days in a government facility. Domestic restrictions are still in place such as limited operation of public transportation and wearing of face mask in enclosed public areas and public transportation.
To enter the country, you will need to show a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours. Upon entry, passengers are tested again and if anyone on the same flight is positive, they are quarantined in a government facility for 14 days at their own expense. If nobody on the flight tests positive, travelers are expected to self-isolate for 14 days. All arriving passengers are also required to deposit 3,000 USD in cash to cover quarantine costs. Cambodia temporarily bans all flights from Malaysia, Indonesia effective from 1 August.
The country's border remains closed to foreign citizens except diplomats, direct family members of citizens, those with residency permits and some employees. Kazakhstan has also resumed direct flights with China, South Korea, Japan, Turkey and Thailand. Passengers arriving from China, South Korea, Japan and Thailand will only require a temperature check while those from Turkey and other countries' will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test.
Beginning July 15, domestic air travel will resume. International flights are scheduled to resume on August 1st. Anyone entering Kenya is required to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a government facility. The 9pm to 4a curfew has been in place since July 6 and any violators are isolated and quarantined for 14 days.
Kiribati has entry restrictions for travelers originating from countries with local transmission of COVID-19. Those from these countries should spend at least 14 days in a country free from the virus before travelling to Kiribati and provide medical proof that they are virus-free.
Kuwait has opened limited commercial flights to Australia via Doha, and Dubai. The northern border between Iraq and Kuwait remains closed. Most commercial flights remain suspended and citizens returning from Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Philippines, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, and Syria must undergo quarantine upon arrival. Commercial flights at Kuwait International Airport will resume from 1 August.
Only foreigners who are essential workers required by Lao government or businesses and have approval from the Lao Ministry of Foreign Affairs may enter the country. Upon entry, travelers will undergo mandatory testing and a 14-day quarantine in a government facility. All land borders and passenger flights out of Laos remain closed. Flights on Vientiane-Hanoi route have resumed.
Only citizens of the EU or those with permanent residence status in these countries can enter Latvia without facing quarantine. The country also allows entry from low-risk countries and any travellers arriving from countries not part of the EU require a 14-day quarantine period upon arrival. Entry is allowed to foreigners transiting through the territory of Latvia on their return to their country of residence.The country has restrictions on social gatherings and social distancing.
On July 1, the Rafic Hariri International Airport resumed commercial flights with a limited capacity of 2,000 daily passengers. Anyone arriving in Lebanon from a country that does not have PCR testing will undergo PCR testing and quarantine while waiting for results. Those from countries that have PCR tests only need to provide their results. All land border crossings into Syria remain closed.
All Lesotho's borders are closed and flights are suspended. The only way to enter the country is with approval from the Ministry of Home Affairs and the only reason is for emergency services. The border with South Africa is closed. Domestic restrictions are in place in Lesotho with public transportation operating in limited capacity and the restaurants only open for takeout.
Commercial flights at Roberts International Airport resumed on June 28. Arriving passengers need to present a valid negative test document or else take a rapid test at the airport. Those arriving into the country after residing in a country with more than 200 COVID-19 cases will be quarantined in a government facility for 14 days. Currently all land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open.
All Libya's air, land and sea borders are closed and all commercial flights have been suspended. The country also has strict domestic restrictions with bars and restaurants closed and public transportation operating at limited capacity. The State of Emergency expired on April 1 but all airports remain closed.
The country has opened its borders with Switzerland, however, restrictions on entering Liechtenstein depends on Switzerland's restrictions. Only EU, Schengen member countries and the UK can enter Switzerland. Anyone entering from high-risk countries will need to quarantine for 10 days. Businesses, restaurants, bars and attractions in Liechtenstein are now fully operational.
Countries from the EU and citizens of Switzerland and the U.K are allowed entry to the country provided that they have a negative COVID-19 test. The country has also released a list of approved countries that is updated weekly. Transit is also allowed for those returning to their countries, seafarers and other special cases.
Citizens and residents from the EEA member countries including Switzerland, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay can freely enter Luxembourg. The ban on the entry of third-country nationals into the territory of Luxembourg is extended until 15 September 2020. The German and French borders are also now open.
Starting March 19, only Macau citizens, residents of Mainland China and permanent residents are allowed to enter Macau as long as they haven't travelled anywhere else in the past 14 days. All arriving passengers also need to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test with a certificate coming from a qualified institution. Those without such proof will need to undergo testing and possible quarantine. All travellers arriving in Macao, who are not residents of Macao, Hong Kong, Taiwan or mainland China, will be denied entry.
The whole of Madagascar is under a State of Emergency and all flights are suspended until further notice. Madagascar has also closed all its sea borders for cruise ships. There is also a full lockdown in the Analamanga region and a curfew from 8pm to 4am. Cruise ships are not currently permitted to berth in Madagascar’s ports.
Since April 18, the country has imposed strict lockdown measures cancelling international flights. All land borders are closed except for cargo and citizens returning to the country. Only Malawian nationals and foreigners with residency visas can enter Malawi. Upon entry, passengers will be tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate for 14 days after arrival. Ulendo Travels are operating charter flights from Lilongwe/Blantyre to Dar es Salam on 22 July and to Lusaka on 26 and 29 July.
Only Malaysian nationals and those with residency visas and employment passes can enter the country. All those permitted to enter wil need to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Domestic travel is permitted except to high-risk areas. Malaysia has implemented a "Recovery Movement Control Order" that is valid until August 31. Under this order, strict hygiene and social distancing practices are required.
Maldives reopened its borders to global tourists on July 15 with Qatar Airways, SriLankan Airlines, Emirates, Etihad scheduling flights to and from the country. Other airlines plan to resume flights in August. Also the ban on anyone who has transited or left the U.K., mainland China, Iran, Bangladesh, Spain, Germany, Italy, South Korea, France, Malaysia and Sri Lanka has been lifted. Cruise ships and safari boats, yachts and other vessels from overseas are restricted from docking.
All land borders are closed to passenger vehicle traffic but open to cargo and freight. International airports and flights restarted operations since 25 July. Land borders will reopen from 31 July.Travellers must also show upon arrival a COVID-19 negative test done within 72 hours from departure date. Domestic restrictions in the country include social distancing and limiting gatherings to less than 50. Wearing of face masks is also required in all public places.
On July 1, Malta opened airports and ports to passengers from certain countries.Nationals from several EU and Schengen Area Members States including Israelis may enter Malta. Next month, an additional 17 countries will be allowed entry. As of July 15, the list includes the list of PHC countries comprises Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Rwanda, Uruguay, Japan, Morocco, Thailand, Tunisia, Lebanon, Indonesia, Turkey, Jordan, United Arab Emirates. The country still has some domestic restrictions including wearing of face masks and social distancing.
The total suspension of international travelers entering the country via air is valid until August 5. Domestic passenger air travel between Kwajalein and Majuro is also suspended on international airlines. However, travel between the two islands is permitted on Air Marshals. Anyone entering the island without official clearance will be subject to quarantine.
Mauritania has closed all land and air borders until further notice. On July 6, the country announced that Air France will conduct one-way flights from Nouakchott to Paris every week until the end of July. The government has also restricted travel between cities and instituted a daily curfew from 8pm to 6am.
There are currently no regular commercial flights in and out of Mauritius. However, Air Mauritius is running weekly flights to Paris. Entry of aircraft and ships in Mauritius is restricted until end of August. In June, the country announced that it is COVID-free and the WWTC recognized Mauritius as a "safe destination".
The Mexico land border remains closed and restricted to "essential" crossings until the end of July. However, the country does not have any restrictions for international travel although the number of flights have been greatly reduced. Anyone arriving will undergo a health screening but there is no quarantine requirement for travelers arriving. Facial masks are required in most states.
Commercial flights to and from Micronesia remain very limited. Federated States of Micronesia has declared a “state of public health emergency”. The government of Micronesia has banned anyone entering by air, sea or land from China, Hong Kong and Macau. Also, anyone entering from a country or area with a confirmed COVID-19 case are not allowed to enter unless they stay for 14 days in an area without the virus. Since March 7, those with travel originating from Guam may enter.
Foreigners are not allowed to enter the country unless they are immediate family members of Moldovan citizens, have a residency permit or visa, are diplomats, or are transit passengers. All those entering the country are required to self-quarantine for 14-days. Borders with Romania and Ukraine are closed to passenger traffic as well as foreigners. Restaurants are set to re-open on July 15.
Monaco has opened its border with France so travel restrictions are the same as France. Travellers from the EU zone can travel to France without any restrictions. Entry restrictions have also been lifted for a range of other countries deemed to be a low COVID-19 risk. A voluntary 14-day quarantine applies to travellers outside the EU and U.K. Other nationalities are not allowed to enter but may transit under certain circumstances.
Mongolia has suspended all inbound travel from foreign locations and banned entry of all foreign nationals until further notice. Only Mongolia citizens may enter who will need to quarantine for 21 days in a government facility followed by 14-days self-quarantine. Domestic restrictions are slowly being lifted with public transportation fully operational and restaurants opened with social distancing measures.
Montenegro has opened its borders to citizens of countries with a low number of cases. This list includes over 100 countries that have active cases of less than 25 per 100,000 inhabitants. Individuals from countries with rates higher than this are required to self-isolate for 14 days. As of 22 July the following countries are on this “green list”: The United Kingdom, EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Morocco, Mauritius, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Senegal, Seychelles, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam and Zambia.All ports for internal maritime traffic are also open.
Borders are closed except to citizens. All those arriving in Montserrat must self-quarantine for 14 days and need to submit the "Access Declaration Form" prior to arrival. Since June 9, there has been a nightly curfew from 10pm to 5am. Gatherings of more than 10 people are permitted and bars and restaurants have opened since June 15.
Starting July 15, limited commercial flights to and from Morocco will be available. Foreign nationals who are residents of the country may enter as long as they submit a negative COVID-19 test and self-isolate for 14 days. The land border between Algeria and Morocco remains closed. On July 9, the Moroccan Government announced extension to the State of Health Emergency until August 10.
Mozambique has partially opened its borders with limited commercial flights now available. Anyone arriving is required to undergo a 14-day quarantine period regardless of citizenship or country of origin. .The Mozambican government has declared a national State of Emergency, which will remain in place until 30 September.
International commercial flights are suspended in Myanmar until October The only exemptions are for medical evacuation, relief and cargo flights. The land borders with China, India, Laos and Bangladesh also remain closed for travel. Anyone allowed to enter must undergo a 21 day quarantine in a government facility and then seven days of self-isolation.
Entry to Namibia is prohibited except for nationals and all commercial flights are suspended.International commercial flights are not available out of Namibia, and will not resume until at least September 18, 2020.Those allowed to enter need to present a negative COVID-19 test and undergo a 14-day quarantine at their own cost. The country remains in a State of Emergency until September 17 and is under strict domestic restrictions. These restrictions include social distancing and wearing of face mask in public or private transport.
Naura has restrictions for anyone who has traveled through or from Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Italy, Iran or China in the 21 days prior to entry. There are also restrictions for any travelers who have had direct or indirect interaction with a vessel with a confirmed COVID case.Passengers who have transited through, or have been in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Iran, Italy, Korea, Europe, USA or Asia (except Taiwan) in the past 21 days, will not be allowed to enter Nauru. Upon arrival, all passengers are required to spend 14 days in a dedicated quarantine facility.
All of Nepal's land and air borders are closed until July 22. The country has also extended its lockdown until July 22. Although the country has begun to relax some domestic restrictions, shops are beginning to open with hygiene protocols in place. The Government has also announced its intention to lift suspension of international commercial flights on August 17.
As of July 1, residents of countries which the EU travel ban has been lifted may enter Netherlands including the U.K regardless of the purpose of travel. Also, citizens of Uruguay, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Rwanda may enter. This list will be renewed every two weeks. On July 8, the country closed it's borders to people from Serbia and Montenegro due to the rise in COVID cases in these countries.
The border remains closed except for flights from Wallis and Futuna. Regular air travel is limited to residents or pre-approved visitors and repatriation flights. Anyone arriving in New Caledonia will need to self-quarantine for 21 days. The authorities have lifted most of the domestic restrictions allowing free movement, opening of schools and businesses.
All inbound commercial flight in and out of Papua New Guinea have been suspended since March 22. Only citizens are allowed to enter and all arriving will need to present a negative COVID-19 test. Anyone arriving must also self-isolate in a government approved hotel for 14 days. International visitors may apply for exemption. Cruise ships and leisure yachts with more than 15 people are also banned.
New Zealand has closed both its air and sea borders. The only exceptions to the closure are for New Zealand citizens, permanent residents, close family members of citizens and diplomats. Other travelers will need to seek approval by submitting an expression of interest using an online form. From 1 August 2020, pre-departure Coronavirus testing will be mandatory for flights with Emirates and Etihad airlines.
Nicaragua has closed its borders since April 19 until further notice and all international flights have been suspended since April 9. The country has not imposed an official travel ban but all land and air borders remain closed. Nicaragua has not imposed any lockdown or restrictions and business and attractions are open as usual. Airlines plan to resume commercial flights in August.
Niger is under a State of Emergency and all international passenger flights have been suspended and all land borders closed. All allowed to enter need to self isolate for 14-days. Domestic restrictions in place include barring of gatherings of more than 50 and all social venues remain closed.
The government announced the resumption of domestic flights on July 8 and all airports are expected to open by July 15. However, there is no update on the resumption of international travel. The nation remains under a 10pm to 4am curfew and face masks are required in public. There is also a ban on gatherings on more than 20 people and recreational facilities remain closed.
North Korea temporarily closed all its borders to foreign tourists as of January 22 until further notice. Borders are closed and tours are suspended. There is a lack of detailed information on the status of COVID-19 in the country..
On July 1, Skopje International Airport and St. Paul the Apostle Airport reopened for commercial flights. Land borders are also fully opened for passengers and vehicles without the need for a PCR test. However, those arriving from Montenegro, Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia need to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entry. Domestic restrictions are slowly being lifted with restaurants and cafes now opened with social distancing. Wearing a face past is required when in public.
Norway has opened its borders for leisure travel to and from other Nordic Countries. Also, those arriving from EU and Schengen countries who have a work permit in Norway are free to enter. Other EU/Schengen citizens that have acceptable levels of infection may also enter. Starting July 25, Norway will re-empose a 10-day quarantine for those arriving from Spain.
Only Oman nationals can enter the country and all international passenger flights are suspended until further notice. Foreign nationals will be allowed to depart but Omani citizens will not. Some domestic flights have resumed beginning July 1. On 21 July the Government of Oman announced a nationwide lockdown to take effect from 25 July. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, from 25 July to 8 August, it will not be possible to travel between governorates.
Beginning May 30, Pakistan lifted its suspension of outbound flights from most airports. However, inbound international flights are only allowed with the permission of the Government. Starting May 16, limited domestic flights operation resumed from Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar and Islamabad. The country still has strict restrictions on public gatherings and it is mandatory to wear a face mask in public. The borders with Afghanistan, India and Iran remain closed.
All commercial flights in and out of Palau have been suspended while domestic flights are now operational. Only Palau citizens may enter the country but they will have to undergo a comprehensive health screening and mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival. The President also issued a restriction on the entry of cruise ship unless the captain submits proof that he has not called in any COVID-19 affected area.
Starting March 17, the government has suspended all commercial flights and closed all land and sea borders to passenger traffic. The only exceptions are citizens and non-nationals who are based in Israel. All arriving passengers are subject to health screening and/or a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility.
Beginning July 22, the government has extended it's extention of international flights for another month. Domestic flights have also been suspended while the country remains in a State of Emergency. The country has also implemented strict domestic restrictions setting guidelines when men, women and elderly can do their shopping. There is also a total quarantine from 5pm Saturday to 5am Monday.
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All inbound commercial flight in and out of Papua New Guinea have been suspended since March 22. Only citizens are allowed to enter and all arriving will need to present a negative COVID-19 test. Anyone arriving must also self-isolate in a government approved hotel for 14 days. International visitors may apply for exemption. Cruise ships and leisure yachts with more than 15 people are also banned.The capital of Papua New Guinea (PNG), Port Moresby, has been placed in a 14-day lockdown as of Tuesday 28 July, with only essential businesses to operate to help stop rapidly rising COVID-19 cases.
All passenger flights have been suspended until further notice. However, there are a limited number of repatriation flights operated by embassies. Land and sea borders also remain closed. Domestic restrictions in place include mandatory wearing of face mask and a curfew from 11pm to 5a(Sundays to Thursdays) and from 12am to 5am (Friday to Saturday)
Domestic flights are scheduled to resume on July 15 however, all international commercial flights in and out Peru remain suspended. The country's land borders are also closed until further notice. The State of Emergency has been extended until July 31 and curfew measures are in place. Everyone is mandated to wear a face mask outside their homes.
International commercial flights are operational in the Philippines but only citizens and diplomats are allowed entry. All passengers arriving at any international airport may need to undergo quarantine. All foreigners who intend to leave the country may leave anytime although they may have difficulty booking a flight since most commercial flights remain suspended. The Government has announced that it may allowe entry of foreign nationals with valid visas beginning August.
Poland has restored full border traffic within the internal borders of the EU beginning June 13. On June 17, the country also opened international rail traffic within the EU borders and international flights were partially resumed. However, the external borders may only be crossed by diplomats, citizens, permanent residents and diplomats. A 14 day quarantine is required for those crossing external borders of the EU and not applicable for those crossing internal EU borders.
Beginning July 15, French Polynesia will open its borders to international tourism from all countries. All those entering must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test done within three days before their arrival. Passengers are also required to fill up the Sanitary entry form which is to be filled online and a receipt provided. The ETIS receipt is to be presented upon arrival.
Only flights from EU countries and the Schengen area have resumed. Also, citizens of Algeria, Canada, U.K, South Korea, Morocco, Tunisia and China are permitted. Essential travel from Portuguese-speaking countries and the U.S are also permitted. General behavior guidelines are in place in which all must maintain a 2 meter social distance and use facial masks in all public areas.
Beginning June 15, the government of Qatar started lifting lockdown measures allowing the departing of flights. Arriving flights remain suspended except for citizens and permanent residents. Starting August 1, the country will begin re-opening malls and other facilities and may allow flights from low-risk countries.
Romania has started lifting restrictions for third countries including Australia, Algeria, Canada, Georgia, Montenegro, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Travelers from countries with a high-incidence of COVID-19 are required to home quarantine for 14 days. However, those from countries that have a rate of new cases in the last 14 days that is less than or equal to Romania are allowed entry without restrictions.
Russia is scheduled to restart international flights from July 15. However,the flights that will be permitted to enter are those from countries where the COVID-19 cases do not exceed 40 per 100,000 people an where there is a daily increase of less than 1% in the last 14 days. The country will begin negotiations with other countries and allow flights on the principle of reciprocity. On August 1,flights from Moscow,St. Petersburg,and Rostov-on-Don to the U.K,Turkey and Tanzania will resume. On August 10,flights to Antalya,Dalaman and Bodrum will also resume.
The Kigali International Airport is scheduled to re-open on August 1. Only returning citizens and legal residents may enter the country. Those travelling on charter flights may be allowed entry. All arriving passengers undergo mandatory health screening for both Ebola and COVID-19 and are subject to a 14 day quarantine. The country also has a curfew from 9pm to 5am and masks must be worn in public at all times.
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All land, sea and air borders remain closed to both residents and foreigners. The country also has a curfew from midnight to 5am until July 25. Domestic restrictions are slowly being lifted with businesses allowed to operate with social distancing and hand sanitising measures. Wearing of face masks in public is also mandatory.
Flights to the U.S are now operational and starting July 25, flights to the U.K are expected to resume. Flights to Canada are scheduled to resume in August. All arriving passengers are required to complete a Pre-Arrival Registration Form that includes proof of a negative PCR test. Anyone arriving without proof of a negative test will be subject to testing at their own cost and quarantine.
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International flights have been suspended and the seaports of Mustique, Canouan, Bequia and Union Island are also closed to yachts and pleasure crafts. Starting July 1, all travelers will need to present a negative PCR test or else get tested upon arrival. Anyone arriving from EU, Iran, South Korea, USA, Canada, China, and the U.K will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine at their own expense.St Vincent and Grenadines’ government may ban flights from the U.S.
Samoa is closed to foreign nationals and only residents are allowed entry. All those arriving who are non-US passport holders need to spend at least 14 days in Tonga, or Hawaii before entering.All public gatherings are suspended until further notice and only family gatherings of less than 10 people are permitted. Businesses and restaurants are opened at limited capacity.
San Marino has opened its borders to Italy making travel possible according to Italy's guidelines. So anyone who is allowed to enter Italy can also travel to San Marino. (Please see Italy's travel restrictions for more details) All restaurants, businesses and even attractions are now open in San Marino.
Beginning July 1, the country has begun Phase 2 of it's reopening plan allowing flights from member states of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries. On July 16, international commercial flights are expected to resume and transportation by boat between Principe and Sao Tome may begin.
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Beginning July 1, the country has begun Phase 2 of it's reopening plan allowing flights from member states of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries. On July 16, international commercial flights are expected to resume and transportation by boat between Principe and Sao Tome may begin.
All flights to and from Saudi Arabia are suspended until further notice. All land crossings also remain closed to passenger traffic. The authorities have implemented an online registration system to facilitate the repatriation of foreign nationals to their home countries. Saudi is under strict domestic restrictions and any non-citizen who violates these measures will be punished, deported and banned from re-entering the country.
On July 15,International commercial flights are to resume while land and sea borders remain closed.Senegal's borders with neighboring countries also remain closed. Travel between regions is permitted and internal flights have resumed. Starting June 5,restaurants and gyms are open to visitors with sanitary measures and social distancing protocols in place.
All COVID-19 restrictions are lifted for both Serbian and foreign citizens. There are no restrictions on movement for residents and visitors and no self-isolation requirements upon entry. In the City of Belgrade, wearing masks is mandatory for everyone in public transportation and indoor spaces. Serbia to reintroduce virus lockdown after new case spike; clashes in Belgrade.
International commercial flights are scheduled to resume on August 1. Upon arrival, passengers will be expected to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. However, only citizens of countries that are considered "low risk" will be allowed entry. High-risk countries will not be allowed to enter until further notice. Cruise ships from any country are not permitted to berth in Seychelles.
Commercial flights to and from Sierra Leone are limited to citizens. However, the Freetown International Airport is scheduled to open on July 22 and some airlines are accepting reservations for flights departing in July and August. There is a curfew in place from 9pm to 6am and precautionary measures are still in place.
Singapore's Changi Airport has allowed transit to some airlines beginning June 2. Currently, only Singapore citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders and their dependents may enter the country. From June 17, travelers entering Singapore who have been to Australia, Brunei, Darussalam, Hong Kong, Macao, Japan, Mainland China, Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Taiwan and Vietnam will need to self-quarantine for 14 days. Travelers from other countries are required to quarantine at a government approved facility at their own cost
Foreigners who have visited a "high risk" country within the last 14 days may enter through the borders of the Slovak Republic with the Czech Republic, Austra, Poland and Hungary as long as they comply with quarantine measures. Travelers from Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Croatia, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Malta, Germany, Norway, Austria, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Principality of Monaco, Faroe Islands, The Netherlands may enter without any restrictions.
Citizens of Slovenia, Austria and Hungary may cross the border without any restrictions. Also anyone arriving from EU and Schengen countries may enter without restrictions. Travelers from other countries are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Slovenia was the first EU country to declare the end of the COVID-19 epidemic. From 20 July, persons who will be ordered to quarantine will be able to enter Slovenia at any border crossing.
The country is under a State of Emergency until further notice. As of June 11, all international flights have been suspended until August 31. However, approved international repatriation and flights and all domestic flights continue to operate. The capital, Honiara is an "emergency zone" and follows strict domestic restrictions while the popular tourist destination Aneityum island is still in lockdown.
All inbound and outbound commercial flights including cargo flights are suspended until further notice. Somalia has also closed its borders with Kenya and Ethiopia. Only flights that have pre-authorization from the government are allowed to operate. Most Internal flights have also been suspended excluding those between Hargeisa and Addis Ababa which are available on a limited basis.
Local airports have started operating for domestic flights since July 1. However, all international commercial flights remain suspended except those authorized by the Minister of Transport. The commuter rail has resumed operations for short distance destinations. All those who qualify to enter will undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine and intense screening upon arrival.
Beginning June 21, South Korea has limited the number of foreign nationals entering it's borders. All long-term foreign residents are required to apply for a re-entry permit before travelling overseas and present a negative COVID-19 test before returning to Korea. All arrivals-regardless of nationality are also required to undergo 14-day quarantine.
Sudan has re-opened its land borders but entry is still difficult due to restrictions of neighboring countries. The Khartoum International Airport is partially opened with flights from Egypt, Turkey and UAE. All arrivals need to show a negative PCR test and provide proof of permission to enter the country. The coutnry is still under a 10pm to 6am curfew and there are some restrictions in public transport.
Spain opened it's borders with all EU member states starting June 21. Beginning July 4, the country also allowed entry to citizens of Algeria, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. The reciprocity principle is maintained for citizens of Algeria, China, and Morocco.
Only citizens and residents of Sri-Lanka are allowed entry. All arrivals are to undergo a 14-day quarantine followed by 14 days of self isolation at home. Passengers of cruise ships are also not allowed to disembark. However, transit via Sri Lanka is permitted as long as the connecting flight is within 10 hours of arrival. The reopening of Colombo Airport is delayed indefinitely, after repatriation flights suspended due to a spike in infections.
|St.Christopher, Nevis & Anguilla||CLOSED||3-Aug-20|
All borders of St. Kitts & Navis remain closed to commercial traffic by air and sea. The islands are under domestic restrictions including nightly weekend curfews from 12am to 5am and mandatory wearing of face masks. Beginning June 12, the government has started to ease restrictions, allowing restaurants and beaches to open with limited capacity.
The Khartoum International Airport is partially re-opened starting July 13 with limited international flights to and from Egypt, Turkey and the UAE. Domestic flights are still suspended and all ports and land crossings are also closed indefinitely. All arriving must provide details of thier travel and undergo self-isolation. Curfews are still in place throughout the country.
All land, air and sea borders are closed and scheduled international flights to and from Surinaame have been suspended. Domestic restrictions are also in place such as the prohibition of social gatherings and limitation of people in a private vehicle or taxi. Wearing of face masks is also required in public.
Entry and exit to Swaziland is limited to citizens and residents. However, on July13, The Eswatini Tourism Authority announced that they plan to allow tourists to return to the country and visit safely. Foreigners from high risk countries are restricted to enter and all residents or citizens entering are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
Entry to Sweden is allowed for EU citizens and those with Swedish residence permits regardless of the purpose of travel. However, on July 2, the Government decided to extend the ban on entry to the EU via Sweden until August 31. Apart from citizens from EEA, United Kingdom and Switzerland, also citizens residing in 14 selected countries are allowed to enter Sweden.Current countries of exemption: Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, Canada, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.
On June 15, Switzerland lifted all COVID-19 travel-related entery restrictions for travelers from other Schengen countries and the UK. However, foreign nationals from a high-risk country that are tourists or business are not allowed entry. It is possible to stop over at one of the Swiss airports, as long as you do not leave the transit zone of the airport. Beginning July 6, masks are compulsary on all public transport and social distancing is applicable in all public areas.
Syria's land and air borders remain closed until further notice. All domestic and international flights are also suspended. The only way to enter or exit is with authorization from the authorities. Some areas of Syria are under a curfew and movement is restricted throughout the country.
Foreigners entering Taiwan will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test. Citizens and residents are not required to submit a neative test but have to fill in a health declaration document that includes travel history for the past 14 days. All arrivals are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days and anyone breaching isolation faces panalties. A few airlines are also permitted to transit through Taoyuan International Airport excluding passengers with Chinese passports.
Since March 20, the Government announced that all commercial flights are suspended. The land borders between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, China and Afghanistan are also closed fro travelers. Only citizens and residents are allowed entry and all arriving will be screened and quarantined for 14 days. Wearing a face covering in pubilc places and transportation is also mandatory.
Commercial flights have resumed to and from Tanzania. All scheduled and unscheduled flights are free to arrive and depart and only those showing symptoms of COVID-19 are required to quarantine unless they have proof of a negative PCR test. Non-essential businesses and attractions remain closed and wearing a facemask is recommended.
The Royal Thai Government extended the State of Emergency until August 31. Incoming commercial passenger flights have also been suspended until the same date. On June 29, the government agreed thatonly certain passengers such as nationals, family members of citizens, diplomats, those requiring medical attention and a few others will be allowed entry.
Although the State of Emergenc status expired on June 26, borders are closed to non-citizens and non-permanent residents. Foreigners are not allowed to enter the country regardless of their citizenship. Citizens and permanent residents may enter but will undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days.
Although airports are open, there are limited commercial options to Europe and flights with Togo, Ghana and Burkina Faso are suspended. Land borders remain closed since march 20. There is also a curfew in Grand Lome from 9pm to 5am and wearing of masks is mandatory.
International flights to Tonga have been diverted until September 12. Air New Zealand will be running one flight weekly throughout July. However, international flights approved by the Ministry of Health may enter the country. The State of Emergency that began on March 20 has been extended until August 4.
|Trinidad and Tobago||CLOSED||3-Aug-20|
All land, sea and air borders remain closed. Although British Airways planned to resume flights on July 1, other airlines have not announced when they plan to resume commercial flights. The authorities have also banned all cruise ships entering. The country has entered stage 5 of it's phased approach allowing the lifting of many restrictions. Parks, gyms and beaches have been reopened and travel between the islands is permitted.
Some flights have resumed operation but these remain limited. Only those from 'green' countries may enter Tunisia without undergoing quarantine or testing. Those from low-risk, 'orange' countries may enter but will need to provide a negative PCR test and self-quarantine for 14 days. Hotels in the country are open but with limited capacity and cafes, restaurants are allowed to operate at 70% capacity..
On June 12, Turkey opened its land, sea and air borders. The country has listed 40 countries for reciprocal flights and will begin flights to these countries' gradually. Turkish authorities to resume passenger flights to India, Kuwait, Russia, South Africa on 1 August. Turkey has also started using a HES code which is required for anyone traveling intercity Although most restrictions have been lifted, train services and inter-city coach services are operating on a reduced capacity. People are also required to wear face masks in crowded public areas and there is a curfew for people over 65 who need to stay home between 8pm and 10am.
International flights to and from the country have been suspended. Only Turkmen nationals, diplomats and a few other people are allowed entry. All arrivals need to present a medical certificate stating a negative PCR test. Passenger trains are also suspended and all road borders are closed.Police checkpoints have also been set up around major population centers where passersby may be subject to temperature screening.
Although Tuvalu has no confirmed COVID-19 cases, the Government has restricted entry to the country. All those from 'high-risk' countries are not allowed to enter Tuvalu unless they stay in another low risk country for at least five days before traveling to Tuvalu. This restriction also applies to seafarers from foreign vessels.
International commercial flights to and from Uganda have been suspended. However, U.N humanitarian staff will be allowed to enter if they present authorization. The country has also implemented domestic restrictions including the wearing of masks outdoors and a curfew from 7pm to 6:30 am. Public transportation is operating at 50% capacity.
Beginning June 15, foreign nationals are allowed entry to Ukraine. On arrival, passengers need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test and a health insurance that covers COVID-19 treatment. Train and bus travel has also resumed with limited capacity. The domestic restrictions in place include wearing masks and gloves when in public transport. Shopping centers are opened as long as 1.5 social distancing can be followed. Ukraine’s government on Wednesday extended a nationwide lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic until Aug. 31
|United Arab Emirates||LIMITED||3-Aug-20|
Commercial flights are now operational to and from the UAE. The UAE has announced that COVID-19 test will be mandatory for all inbound and transit passengers, including Emiratis, residents, and tourists, arriving via the country’s airports, irrespective of the countries they are coming from.International visitors must also show proof of International health insurance before entry. From 1 August, all citizens, returning residents, transit passengers and tourists have to undertake a COVID-19 test in the country they are currently in and have a negative result before travelling to the UAE. Passenger cruise ships are currently not allowed to dock in the UAE. Tourist and cultural sites have begun reopening with safety measures in place.
UK has released a list of 50 countries that will be allowed entry to England without requiring a 14-day quarantine. The countries listed are classified as 'low-risk' countries. On July 4, a number of restrictions were lifted in the country including the opening of places of worship and outdoor gyms. However, gatherings of more than 30 people are still not allowed and face masks are required in public areas. Starting 25 July travelers from Spain to U.K. face 14-day quarantine following increase in COVID-19 cases. Those returning from the Spanish Canary Islands or Balearics will not need to quarantine for two weeks.
|United States of America||LIMITED||3-Aug-20|
The USA has approved arrival through 15 approved airports. Since March 16, nationals who have been to Iran, China, Ireland, Schengen zone and the UK within the previous 14 days were denied entry. The CDC also announced the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until the end of September. The Canada and Mexico borders remain closed. Domestic restrictions vary state-to state but a number of states have mandated the use of face masks in public.
Uruguay borders remain closed and there are still many domestic restrictions in place. On June 2,the Government issued a decree modifying the conditions to enter the country to include family reunification and authorized business or judicial travel. Other foreign nationals are still not allowed entry. Non-essential businesses are still closed and wearing a face mask in enclosed public areas is required.
Airlines have extended the suspension of all commercial flights until July 31. Only citizens,close relatives of citizens,and permanent residents are allowed entry. Businessmen of international companies may also enter with authorization. Arriving passengers will undergo medical evaluation and any with symptoms will be isolated at a government facility. Public transport has also been suspended until August 1 as the entire country has been categorized as a 'red zone'.
No commercial flights are available to and from Vanuatu. Even after Cyclone Harold struck the small island, the government continued to ban foreign aid workers entering the country. Inter-island travel by air may be possible but all ports of entry remain closed. The country is still COVID-free and there are no restrictions in place on restaurants, bars, supermarkets and social gatherings. The government has extended the State of Emergency until the end of the year.
Since entry to the Vatican is only possible via Italy, the travel restrictions to the Vatican depend on Italy's restrictions. At present, only EU member countries, Schengen member countries, the U.K, Ireland, Monaco and Andorra may enter Italy. Guided tours are open with less than 10 people per group and everyone entering the Vatican needs to wear a face mask .
International and domestic commercial flights may reopen from August 13 onwards. At present, all commercial flights are suspended. Only citizens and permanent residents may enter the country with proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Inter-state travel is possible as long as one has a special permit or "salvoconducto" which is issued by the regional officials. Wearing of face masks is required even when traveling in private vehicles.
Beginning June 30, domestic flights have begun to operate. Inter-island sea travel is also allowed. International flights are to resume in July at limited capacity. The Government has not yet announced exactly when international travel is to resume in July. The country is no longer under a State of Emergency but social distancing remains mandatory.
There are limited scheduled international flights available in and out Vietnam weekly as the government has permitted resumption of flights to countries without recent COVID cases. Government to suspend all flights to, from Da Nang for 15 days from 28 July. The China, Cambodia and Laos land borders remain closed. All returning nationals need to undergo 14-day quarantine. There are no internal restrictions in place but the government continues to encourage high hygiene protocols. The country is back on high alert after authorities on Saturday 25 July confirmed community infections all in or around Da Nang.
Flights to and from Samoa have been suspended until further notice. Other inbound travelers need to show an OK Board pass before they are allowed entry. Domestic restrictions remain in place with social distancing protocols in place. Only private family gatherings of less than 10 are allowed. Businesses are operational from 6am to 6pm and restaurants, bars and nightclubs may operate with 10 person occupancy.
Borders are scheduled to reopen in July but visitors will only be allowed starting August 7. The State of Emergency has been lifted but the island continues to follow domestic restrictions including a physical distance of 3 feet. Anyone arriving will need to submit a health questionnaire online and also present proof of a negative COVID test.
Commercial flights are suspended to and from Yemen. However, flights from Addis to Sanaa commenced on May 11. Most land, and sea borders remain closed until further notice. The Government has also imposed curfews, movement restriction and limitation of public gatherings.
All COVID-19 restrictions are lifted for both Serbian and foreign citizens. There are no restrictions on movement for residents and visitors and no self-isolation requirements upon entry. In the City of Belgrade, wearing masks is mandatory for everyone in public transportation and indoor spaces. Serbia to reintroduce virus lockdown after new case spike; clashes in Belgrade.
The DRC has closed its borders to all international travel and all domestic and international flights are suspended. There is also a 48 hour quarantine in the cities of Lubumbashi, Kasumbalesa and Kipushi as of June 21.There are extremely limited commercial options available to exit from DRC. Borders and airports are anticipated to start reopening from 15 August. The Government has lifted the state of emergency and orders reopening in three stages of business activities and borders.
All airports are now open although there are limited International flights available.Flights to some neighboring countries have also been suspended. Zambia has opened all it's borders but only under tight screening. Visa issuance has also been suspended until further notice. Arrivals are tested for COVID and required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Most businesses including restaurants, cinemas and gyms have reopened but wearing of masks remains mandatory.
Zimbabwe's borders remain closed and commercial airlines have limited or no flights to the country. Only returning citizens are allowed entry to the country as long as they undergo a 21-day self-quarantine at a government facility. On March 30, the country went under a nationwide lockdown until further notice. Wearing a facial mask in public is required and gatherings of more than 50 are prohibited.