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ANGOLA: Angola has restricted the entry of most travelers except for Angolan nationals and residents. Exceptions are made for medical evacuations, for a small number of humanitarian flights and for the entry and exit of essential workers. Angola’s borders remain closed, except for the movement of essential goods and services, humanitarian aid, and the transportation of sick patients. All travelers including airline crew are subject to quarantine for 14 days. Travelers may choose between staying at a government-approved hotel quarantine location (at personal expense) or a government-run quarantine center. Angolan residents and citizens who tested negative prior to boarding their flight may be permitted to quarantine in their homes. Home quarantine will last for at least seven days; if someone in home quarantine tests negative for COVID-19 after seven days, they may be released

Anyone arriving in Angola must present proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test; travelers may take the test up to 72 hours prior to entering the country and may be given credit for those days toward the mandatory 14-day quarantine.
 
BENIN: Benin has closed its land borders and suspended all commercial flights. All travelers entering Benin must self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Travelers must undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing upon arrival and a second test 14 days after the negative test result of the first test. These tests are at the traveler expense; fees are 100,000 FCFA inclusive for two tests. Travelers will be required to leave their passports with the Immigration Police for 72 hours until the first results are received. Those who test positive for COVID-19 will be subject to government-mandated isolation measures and will receive treatment free of charge.

Travelers must complete a health form online at https://centresurveillancesanitaire.com/formular .
 
BOTSWANA: Botswana has suspended flights and restricted the entry of all foreign nationals. Botswana has closed its airports and restricted entry to all non-citizens/residents. Returning residents will be subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine period in government facilities.
 
BURKINA FASO: Commercial flights to Burkina Faso have resumed.

Upon arrival, travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR (nasal swab) test issued within 5 days before departure to Burkina Faso. Test other than PCR test are currently not accepted. If a passenger does not arrive with a negative COVID-19 test, a rapid COVID-19 test will be performed at the airport, at a cost of 90,000 CFA (approximately 155 US Dollars) and the passenger will be detained until results are available.

All arriving travelers are subject to a 14-day quarantine at a location of their own choice, and at their own cost. Daily controls will be carried out by Burkina Faso authorities, including temperature tests. COVID-19 tests will be carried out on the 1st, 8th and 14th day following arrival.
 
BURUNDI: Burundi has resumed commercial flights. Most flights into and out of Bujumbura International Airport have been suspended. However, there are some limited flights taking place.
 
Entry requirements
Travelers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure from the first embarkation point. The medical certificate must be in English or French. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 PCR-RT test result. Travelers are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at their own expense. The cost of a COVID-19 test is USD 50.
 
Quarantine requirements
All travelers are subject to a 3-day quarantine in a quarantine hotel at their own expense while awaiting the results of the COVID-19 test taken on arrival in Burundi. If a single positive case is found amongst the travelers on the same aircraft; all travelers will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in a quarantine hotel at their own expense.
 
CAMEROON: Cameroon has restarted a very limited amount of international flights. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative COVID-19 test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, proof of a recent (no older than three days prior to first embarkation) negative COVID-19 test must be provided to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Travelers without a COVID-19 test result will be obliged to undertake one on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airports. There are reports of long delays in this process. All new arrivals in country are expected to self-isolate at one location for 14 days. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel will quarantine at a government-monitored hotel.
 
CAPE VERDE: Cape Verde has resumed commercial flights on October 12. Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR-RT test issued within 72 hours of departure to gain entry to Cabo Verde. Children under age 7 are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 PCR-RT test result. Travelers will have their temperature checked and must submit a completed health surveillance form upon arrival.
 
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: The Central African Republic has reopened Bangui M'Poko International Airport (BGF). Travelers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued within 7 days before arrival. Travelers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
 
CHAD: Chad reopened its airports on August 1. All travelers are required to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate dated no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Chad, surrender their passport, quarantine at home for 7 days and take a COVID-19 test on the 7th day. Passports will be returned upon presentation of the COVID-19 test receipt.
 
COMOROS: Comoros has reopened its airports. Travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued 72 hours prior to departure.
 
COTE D'IVOIRE: Cote d’Ivoire has resumed flights in a limited capacity. Only Cote d'Ivoire nationals and residents may enter the country. The government has currently suspended issuing visas, and only Cote d'Ivoire nationals, ECOWAS nationals (who do not require visas), other foreign nationals who already hold visas and residents may enter the country. Travelers must complete and submit a "Health Declaration Form" before departure at https://deplacement-aerien.gouv.ci/#/. They will be advised to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Cote d’Ivoire.

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: The Democratic Republic of the Congo has resumed commercial flights. All travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 test result from the prior 72 hours to board flights to the DRC, and will be required to adhere to further requirements on entry including use of masks, temperature checks, social distancing, use of disinfectant, and the completion of health forms. All travelers are required to self-quarantine in their residence or hotel for 14 days upon arrival.
 
DJIBOUTI: Flights to Djibouti restarted. All arriving travelers over the age of 11 will be tested for COVID-19 (at their own expense) and will have to remain at the point of entry while waiting for test results. Those who test negative will be free to proceed to their accommodation.
 
EQUATORIAL GUINEA: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, and visa holders traveling for business reasons or with a government approval. Arriving international passengers must present a negative PCR certificate dated within the previous 48 hours as well as proof of residency, employment, or business purpose of the visit. Those passengers without a certificate must undergo testing and quarantine upon arrival in Equatorial Guinea, at their own expense, pending results of the test.
 
ERITREA: All borders are officially closed, as is Asmara international airport. There is no indication of when the airport will re-open.
 
ESWATINI: Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Eswatini until further notice. This policy does not apply to lawful residents. Swaziland has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not returning citizens or legal residents. All arriving travelers will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a designated location. All commercial flights out of the country have been suspended. The border is closed to everything except the transportation of goods and cargo. King Mswati III International Airport is closed for tourists, open for residents. All borders with the exception of Oshoek are closed for non-commercial travel purposes. There are roadblocks between cities where temperatures are checked. If a vehicle is carrying more than 50 percent of its allowed capacity passengers may be asked to disembark.
 
ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia's airports are open, with medical screenings, testing and quarantine requirements for arriving travelers.

Ethiopia has closed its land borders, but airports remain open. Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (and other international ports of arrival) have put in place additional measures to screen passengers arriving, departing, or transiting through Ethiopia. Screening may include temperature measurements and checks on recent travel to affected areas.

All travelers arriving at Bole International airport should bring a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 RT PCR test issued at most 72 hours before arrival starting from the time sample is given. Travelers are subject to a 14-days mandatory self-quarantine at their home and also required to give sample upon arrival. Any travelers arriving without a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR certificate are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days. The first 7 days will be at a government-designated facility at their own expense and the remaining 7 days at home.

Travelers with an onward ticket to another destination may transit in Ethiopian airports, as long as the transit time is under 72 hours. Travelers transiting for 8 hours or less can remain in the departure lounge of the airport. For transits over 8 hours, you will be taken to a designated transit hotel for the duration of your stay. Transit travelers are subject to medical screening.
 
GABON: Gabon has announced the resumption of limited commercial air travel. Three international flights per airline per week will be permitted. Travelers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test result issued within 14 days prior to arrival.
 
GAMBIA: Gambia has suspended all flights except for medical, humanitarian, and repatriation flights. Any travelers on these flights must show a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before travel. Travelers must self-isolate at home/one location for 14 days on arrival. All land border checkpoints are closed, and international flights are suspended. This policy does not apply to cargo or medical flights. A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide from 22: 00 (10: 00 p.m.) to 05: 00 (5: 00 a.m.) and the Gambian government has declared a state of emergency.
 
GHANA: As of September 1, Accra Kotoka International Airport reopened for regular international travelers. Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 72 hours before departure.

Upon arrival, each traveler age five and over will be subject to a mandatory COVID-19 test conducted at the airport. This test carries a $150 fee to be paid by the traveler, and results will generally be available in 30 minutes. Health authorities will attend to any traveler who tests positive for COVID-19, while those who receive negative test results will be allowed to enter Ghana with no quarantine requirement. Travelers returning to Ghana within one week will not need to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test. However, they will still be subject to testing upon arrival at the airport.
 
GUINEA: Guinea has reopened its airport; however, nationals of Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are not allowed to enter unless they hold a residence permit issued by Guinea. Nationals of Guinea are able to enter; however, all travelers, including Guinean citizens, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test issued within 5 days before boarding. They must also submit to a new COVID-19 test upon arrival in Guinea. Masks are mandatory and travelers must have at least 3 for the trip.

Travelers who test negative and are asymptomatic will be required to complete a mandatory 14-day quarantine at the Onomo hotel in Conakry. After 14 days of quarantine and two negative COVID-19 tests the travelers would be allowed to depart the hotel.

GUINEA-BISSAU: Guinea-Bissau has resumed flights. All travelers must present a medical certificate with negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test issued within 72 hours before departure. Travelers with fever or other symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 will be subject to a second health screening and a COVID-19 test, and self-isolate while waiting for the test results. All travelers on a flight in which a passenger with COVID-19 has been detected will be followed at home by the health authorities for a period of 14 days.
 
KENYA: Kenya reopened its airports to international flights on August 1. Travelers entering Kenya are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 96 hours prior to arrival in Kenya. Travelers with a negative rapid test result will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

All travelers will be screened on arrival; anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in their residence or at a hotel.

Quarantine will apply to travelers depending on their country of origin. Travelers arriving from countries included on this list are exempted from quarantine unless they are symptomatic.

Passenger Locator Cards (PLC, provided both on the flight and at the airport terminal) will be used to track passengers entering Kenya. Travelers may be subject to quarantine restrictions if any passengers within two rows of their seat appear symptomatic.
 
LESOTHO: Visitors to Lesotho must travel through, or transit via, South Africa, and are subject to South African entry regulations.

Lesotho has restricted the entry of all travelers through its airports, except for personnel involved in the transportation of medical supplies, food, and other goods. Entry and exit to Lesotho is allowed with approval from the Ministry of Home Affairs to provide or receive emergency medical services for a life threatening condition. Visitors to Lesotho must travel through, or transit via, South Africa, and are subject to South African entry regulations. Anyone entering Lesotho will be screened for coronavirus. Individuals who have been in coronavirus-affected areas within the past 14 days are required to self-quarantine at their permanent or temporary place of residence for 14 days. This self-isolation period may be required to take place in a government-nominated hotel at the visitor’s expense.
 
LIBERIA: Liberia has reopened its airport to commercial flights. Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 test result. Liberia has reopened its airport to commercial flights, with the following conditions: All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken for symptoms of COVID-19 and register via phone numbers/USSD Mobile App. All arriving passengers who have been tested at point of departure must present a valid negative result document on arrival at RIA. All arriving passengers who have not been tested at point of departure will be required to take a rapid test and a PCR swab at airport. In the event of a positive rapid test result, the passenger will be placed in the holding unit at the airport pending the final PCR test result. b. Passengers having negative test results will be allowed to go home pending final PCR test. There will be continued symptom monitoring via USSD and Mobile App.
 
MADAGASCAR: Madagascar has suspended all flights with the exception of medical evacuations, repatriations outside of the country, and cargo shipments. All flights must take off or land before 10 am.
 
MALAWI: Malawi re-opened its airspace to a limited number of weekly commercial flights on September 1. Travelers who are eligible for entry must have a medical certificate with a negative PCR Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued within 10 days before arrival and are subject to medical screening and must self-quarantine for 14 days. Travelers will be required to remain at the airport or a testing center until their COVID-19 test results are known, usually within 24 hours. A completed "Travel Surveillance Form" must be presented upon arrival.

Individuals testing positive for coronavirus on arrival may be taken for treatment at a government facility. All other individuals will be required to self-isolate at home or in a government facility for 14 days and will remain under surveillance by health workers.
 
MALI: Modibo Keita International Airport is currently closed to all airlines, and external borders are closed. There are currently 570 active cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in Mali and 131 deaths as of Oct 7, 2020
 
MAURITANIA: Mauritania has restricted the entry of all travelers except for Mauritanian nationals, diplomats accredited to diplomatic missions or international organizations in Mauritania, and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Mauritania. All travelers must present evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test, dated within 72 hours before your arrival.
 
MAURITIUS: Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mauritius. This does not apply to nationals or residents of Mauritius, their spouses, and children. They will be placed in quarantine.
Airline crew must stay in their hotel rooms.
 
MOZAMBIQUE: Entry to Mozambique is prohibited except for Mozambican nationals and foreign nationals with a valid residency visa. All other visas issued prior to April 1, 2020 have been canceled. It is not possible to obtain a visa on arrival in Mozambique. All individuals entering Mozambique will be required to observe self-quarantine for a period of 10 days.

Travelers who have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 must self-isolate for 14 days. All travelers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test issued in their departure country in the 72 hours prior to travel. Travelers who do not have the means to pay for a COVID-19 test must self-isolate for 14 days on arrival
 
NAMIBIA: As of September 1, International travelers may enter Namibia through Hosea Kutako International airport only. International travelers must proceed directly from the airport to an establishment or accommodation that has been registered with the Namibia Tourism Board and has been certified by the Ministry of Health for this purpose. A COVID-19 test will be conducted a few days after arrival, and continuation of the itinerary in the country will only be permitted on receipt of a negative result.

All individuals entering Namibia must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before their arrival in Namibia. All individuals intending to travel to Namibia must notify the nearest Namibian Embassy or High Commission of their intent to travel to Namibia no less than two weeks prior to departure. Travelers entering Namibia must enter quarantine in an approved facility at their own cost for a period of 7 days. A PCR-test will be taken on day 5, results should be received on day 7, those with a negative result will be discharged.
 
NIGER: Entry to Niger is prohibited except for nationals of Niger with valid residency visas. Transiting through Niger is also prohibited. Travelers eligible for entry must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 72 hours to the airport authorities or be tested at the airport. Upon arrival, travelers are subject to a temperature check. Travelers who are tested positive will subject to 14 days of quarantine and tested again on the 13th day of quarantine.
 
NIGERIA: Travelers must complete the online pre-boarding “Health Declaration Form" at the Nigeria International Travel Portal. Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 96 hours of their departure to Nigeria and have uploaded their PCR test certificate to the online Travel Portal. Travelers must also carry proof of the test and result when they travel. Only a COVID-19 PCR test is acceptable to the Nigerian authorities. Before travel, passengers must book and pay for another PCR test for day 7 of their arrival in Nigeria at the Nigeria International Travel Portal–evidence of the booking will be required on arrival. On arrival all passengers will be screened by Port Health Officials and be required to provide full contact details, including their address in Nigeria.

All new arrivals are expected to self-isolate at one location in the city of their arrival until the result of their second PCR test (which should be taken on day 7 of arrival) is known. If the second test is negative individuals can exit self-isolation from day 8 onward. Anyone that has developed symptoms of coronavirus during their travel or later tests positive will be managed according to national guidelines for COVID-19 treatment. This may require quarantine at a government-monitored treatment center.
 
REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: As of August 24, The Republic of Congo reopened its international airports and international passenger flights have resumed. Travelers entering the Republic of Congo must present a negative COVID-19 test from within 72 hours of departure upon arrival. All travelers entering the Republic of Congo will subject to a mandatory testing upon airport arrival and quarantine at a government run facility. In some cases, home quarantine will be permitted after COVID-19 testing
 
RWANDA: Persons traveling to Rwanda must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and fill in the online form found at the following URL: https://caa.gov.rw .

All persons must, at their own expense, undergo an additional PCR test for COVID-19 at the cost of US$50 and a 24-hour quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival. A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide between 21: 00 (9: 00 p.m.) and 05: 00 (5: 00 a.m.) and several districts in Kigali are under confinement orders. Masks must be worn in public and all land border checkpoints remain closed.
 
SENEGAL: Foreign nationals may now be restricted from entering Senegal if they are not residents of Senegal or a country that is a member of the Economic Community of West African States or meet certain other exemptions.

On July 16, the Government of Senegal announced new restrictions that impact entry into Senegal by foreign nationals. Foreign nationals may now be restricted from entering Senegal if they are not residents of Senegal or a country that is a member of the Economic Community of West African States or meet certain other exemptions. The government of Senegal has said airlines are not allowed to carry foreign nationals from countries who have advised against travel to Senegal unless they are ordinarily resident in Senegal, diplomats, military, health professionals and other specific professional categories. They have also said they will not allow entry to nationals from countries who have restrictions on travel from Senegal. The government have not yet specified which countries they consider fall into these categories. Consult the Senegal Ministry of Tourism for more information.

All persons traveling to Senegal must present proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 5 days prior to departure. Travelers without a medical certificate will be subject to medical screening at their own cost. Current testing fees are FCFA 40,000 per passenger, which must be paid in cash at the time of testing. Travelers must also complete and submit a ‘Public Health Passenger Locator’ form on arrival in Senegal. The form can be found on the Dakar Airport website.
 
SIERRA LEONE: From August 7, 2020, all persons must complete a health form, show proof of prepayment for COVID-19 tests to be carried out on arrival in Sierra Leona, and present proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.

Upon arrival, all persons are subject to both a PCR test and a rapid diagnostic test (RDT). Persons who test positive using the RDT will be quarantined at their own expense while awaiting their PCR test result. Persons who test positive using the PCR test will be contacted by health authorities regarding available treatment options. Prepayment instructions, health declaration forms, and additional information are available at the following URL: https://www.travel.gov.sl . All land border checkpoints remain closed to passenger traffic.
 
SOMALIA: From August 3, 2020, all persons traveling to Somalia must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure. A nightly curfew is in effect in Mogadishu from 20: 00 (8: 00 p.m.) to 05: 00 (5: 00 a.m.) and all travel into the city is prohibited during those hours. ALSO CHANGE TO PARTIALLY RESTRICTIVE.
 
SOUTH AFRICA: As of October 1, South Africa opened its borders to international travelers, barring those coming from high-risk countries. The government has listed 60 countries as being high risk, including the US, the UK, Russia, and several countries in the Middle East and Latin America. Other African countries are not considered high-risk countries since they have lower cases compared to South Africa.

Persons traveling to South Africa must have proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure, or undergo quarantine upon arrival at their own expense. International flights are restricted to the following airports: Cape Town International Airport (CPT), King Shaka International Airport (DUR), and O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB). More information is available at the following URL: https://sacoronavirus.co.za/
 
SOUTH SUDAN: South Sudan has re-opened its borders; however, the South Sudanese government has suspended the issue of visas at its Embassies abroad, and all routine international commercial flights have been suspended since March 24.

Humanitarian and evacuation flights may still enter the country with an approval from the High Level Task Force of South Sudan.

Travelers wishing to enter South Sudan must have a certificate showing they are free from coronavirus, issued no more than 48 hours ahead of their journey, and endorsed by a reputable medical provider. They will also need prior permission to enter the country from the National Task Force.
 
SUDAN: Sudan has reopened its airports.Travelers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 96 hours prior to arrival. The certificate must be in Arabic or English. Children under the age of 6 are exempt from presenting COVID-19 PCR test result. Travelers may be subject to medical screening and further testing upon arrival. 
All foreigners departing Sudan are required to present a certified negative PCR test certificate dated within 72 hours prior to departure.
 
TANZANIA: Tanzania has not implemented any entry restrictions, but all arriving travelers are subject to medical screening upon arrival and the government is collecting tracking information for all international travelers. To enter Tanzania, passengers must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, performed within the 72 hours prior to boarding their flight.

Airline crew will be isolated if they are suspected of coronavirus infection. Airline crew arriving in Zanzibar (ZNZ) will be quarantined at the airline’s designated hotels. A completed “Health Form” must be presented to the Ministry of Health personnel upon arrival.

TOGO: Togo has reopened its borders to limited commercial flights. All travelers arriving in Togo must show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days prior to boarding. On arrival, they will be subject to another mandatory COVID-19 PCR test. Travelers must complete an online immigration and health form prior to traveling, where they will have to pre-pay for the on-site COVID-19 test, which costs CFA 40,000 (approximately USD 70). They will need a print-out of the electronic receipt to be allowed to board the aircraft.

The COVID-19 PCR test will be carried out on arrival at Lomé international airport. Before leaving the airport, travelers must download the Togo Safe application and add the location where they will self-isolate until receiving their test results. Test results should arrive within 24 hours. Those with positive test results will be required to self-isolate either at home or at a government facility until they test negative.
 
TUNISIA: From September 28, 2020, the Tunisian government will classify countries / regions as "green," "orange," or "red" depending on current epidemiological risk factors associated with COVID-19. Persons traveling from "green" locations must present proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Such persons are advised to self-isolate for 7 days upon arrival. 
 
Persons traveling from "orange" locations must present proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure and self-isolate for 7 days. Persons currently exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19 must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. 
 
Persons in "red" locations are prohibited from traveling to Tunisia. This policy does not apply to Tunisian nationals or lawful residents. More information and a list of classifications is available (in French) at the following URL: http://www.santetunisie.rns.tn/images/classification_23_09_2020.pdf
 
UGANDA: From March 25, 2020, all persons are prohibited from entering Uganda until further notice. All air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed.  Uganda has suspended all flights except repatriation flights. Aircraft in a state of emergency, humanitarian aid, and safety operations may still land. All arriving travelers and airline crew members must undergo mandatory quarantine.
 
WESTERN SAHARA: No information available at this time.
 
ZAMBIA: Zambia has reopened its airports; however, availability of international flights remains limited. Testing and quarantine requirements apply to some travelers. Returning resident may be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result from within the past 14 days.

Non-residents entering Zambia must show a negative COVID-19 test result from within the past 14 days. Travelers may also have their temperature checked or be tested for COVID-19 by nasal swab on arrival. Zambia has reopened its airports; however, availability of international flights remains limited. Testing and quarantine requirements apply to some travelers. Returning resident may be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result from within the past 14 days.  Persons seeking to travel to Zambia may submit a visa application online via the following URL: https://eservices.zambiaimmigration.gov.zm/#/home

After entering the country all residents must spend 14 days in self-quarantine at their residence or preferred place of stay. The quarantine does not apply to non-resident visitors. If asked, travelers must inform Ministry of Health officials of where they will be staying and give them their contact details. Travelers must complete the 14-day self-quarantine period, even if their COVID-19 test result is negative. Anyone entering Zambia with symptoms of COVID-19 will be taken to government facilities for treatment and quarantine.
 
ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe has reopened its international airports. Travelers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued within 48 hours before departure and are subject to a 14-day quarantine period at a government-approved facility, at their own cost. Travelers arriving without a negative COVID-19 test result or exhibit COVID-19 like symptoms on arrival will be directed at a holding facility to take a test which will cost USD 60.

Asia
ARMENIA: Travelers are subject to a 14-day self-isolation and/or PCR testing upon arrival. Travelers who choose to take a PCR test at their own expense and receive a negative result may be exempted from self-quarantine requirements. Sampling for testing of these individuals can be done exclusively at their place of residence (self-isolation) through a visit by laboratory staff. Exceptions to this rule are made for plane crew members arriving in the Republic of Armenia in order to organize pilots’ rest, drivers of interstate freight transport, as well as for freight train drivers who are isolated until the next departure. Train drivers and the personnel in attendance are isolated between two consecutive shifts.
 
AZERBAIJAN: Azerbaijan has extended the suspension of all commercial flights until at least November 2nd, except for special, private, and charter flights. Issuance of e-visas and visa on arrival has been suspended. The use of a medical mask will be required at all times at the airport and on the flight. It is mandatory to keep the mask on at all times except for specific requirements, for example at border control, at the request of an airport official or while eating. Hand luggage will not be allowed on flights incoming to Azerbaijan apart from smaller personal items such as a handbag or briefcase. Check with your airline for the latest hand-luggage allowances and rules introduced to combat COVID-19 onboard your flight.

All travelers arriving in Azerbaijan must present a negative COVID-19 test. The test itself can be taken more than 48 hours before your flight but the certificate showing the negative test result will only be accepted if issued within 48 hours before the flight. Travelers will be tested again for COVID-19 and have their temperature checked on arrival into Azerbaijan. Individuals are responsible for the entire cost of COVID-19 tests carried out at the airport. All arrivals to Azerbaijan are required to complete a 14-day self-quarantine in their own accommodation, regardless of travel origin.
 
BANGLADESH: Bangladesh has suspended flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Thailand. Flights from China, Malaysia, the Maldives, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Turkey, the UAE and the UK are permitted to operate; however, effective from August 1, the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh has restricted the number of passengers on flights to and from Bangladesh to 260 on aircrafts with two aisles and 140 on one-aisle aircrafts.

Travelers with pre-arranged visas must have medical certificates issued within 72 hours before departure stating that they are not affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). The certificates must be in English or translated into English. Business travelers with a return/onward ticket may enter Bangladesh, provided they have a confirmation letter issued by the Bangladesh Board of Investment (BOI). The letter must contain a BOI registration number, and the accredited inviting organization must have notified the Immigration authorities prior to arrival. Business travelers must also present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival. Travelers with Bangladesh origins without symptoms of COVID-19 will be required to self-isolate in Dhaka for 14 days upon arrival. Those who exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 or do not submit the above medical certificate will be institutionally quarantined in Dhaka for 14 days.
 
BHUTAN: Bhutan has closed its borders. Bhutanese citizens may enter the country but will be held under mandatory quarantine. Essential services like food, medicine, and fuel may still enter the country.
 
BRUNEI: Brunei has restricted entry and transit to all travelers except for citizens and residents.

Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) has announced that it will operate a one-time commercial flight to London’s Heathrow Airport departing Bandar Seri Begawan on Sunday, July 12.  Booking information will be available on the RBA website starting Tuesday, June 30. RBA has suspended most of its routes until August 31, with limited scheduled service continuing to Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Manila. 

All visa issuances and exemptions are suspended. Travelers from other countries who wish to enter Brunei may apply to the Brunei Immigration Department for special authorization to enter the country by downloading the form provided on the Department’s website at www.immigration.gov.bn. Travelers who have received prior authorization to enter Brunei are subject to a COVID-19 test at a cost of BND1000.

Travelers arriving in Brunei will be encouraged to download the BruHealth app. Travelers without the app may be barred from accessing a number of facilities.
 
CAMBODIA: Cambodia has suspended all visa exemptions, visas on arrival, and e-visas. All arriving travelers except for Cambodian nationals and diplomats must have official medical certificates issued by their origin countries no more than 72 hours prior to travel certifying that they have not tested positive for COVID-19. They must also purchase a local health insurance package for COVID-19 treatment for $90, valid for 20 days from Forte Insurance Company. Foreign travelers arriving in Cambodia must pay a deposit of $2000 upon arrival, for mandatory COVID-19 testing and potential treatment services. All arriving travelers will be required to undergo (COVID-19 testing in a reception area and will be quarantined for at least 14 days. If one or more travelers from a flight test positive, all passengers from the flight will be placed in a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility. If all passengers on a flight test negative, they will be allowed to quarantine at their residence/accommodation and will be tested again on the 13th day of their quarantine.
 
CHINA: China has restricted entry and transit to all travelers except Chinese nationals, Hong Kong, Macau, or Taiwan passport holders, and travelers with diplomatic, service, courtesy, or C visas, or visas issued after March 28, 2020. Foreign nationals coming to the mainland of China for necessary economic, trade, scientific or technological activities, or out of emergency humanitarian needs may apply for visas at Chinese embassies or consulates.

Travelers arriving at Beijing (PEK), Guangzhou (CAN), Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA), Shanghai Pudong (PVG), Shenzhen (SZX) or Xiamen (XMN) are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days. Airline crew with a layover at the above airports must undergo NAT inside the passenger terminal, then self-isolate at their hotel temporarily before acquiring the NAT results. All travelers arriving in China must present a QR code generated from a completed "Health Declaration Form" upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at http: //health.customsapp.com/.

Alongside the form, travelers must present a negative test for COVID-19 taken within 3 days before travel. Chinese nationals arriving from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czechia, Denmark, France, Germany, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, South Korea, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom or the United States must declare their health status for 14 days in the WeChat program "FANG YI JIAN KANG MA GUO JI BAN". A green QR code generated from the program must be presented before departure.

Chinese nationals arriving from the following countries will need a COVID-19 nucleic acid test result to generate this code: Bangladesh, Chad, Egypt, Iran, Kenya, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, or Turkey. All travelers who are arriving from or have transited through the following countries must have a COVID-19 nucleic acid test result issued at most 5 days before departure: Bangladesh, Cameroon, Chad, Egypt, Guinea, Iran, Kenya, Luxembourg, Malta, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Russia, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda or Zimbabwe. The same applies to travelers who have been in the Maldives or United Kingdom (from August 21), Senegal (from August 24) or Belarus (from August 28).
 
HONG KONG: Hong Kong has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not Hong Kong passport holders, Permanent Identity Card holders, work or study visa holders, or British passport holders with “British Nationality (Overseas)” nationality with the right of abode in Hong Kong. Travelers who have only been in China, Taiwan, or Macau in the past 14 days may still enter. Hong Kong residents with an Identity card accompanied by a visa marked with “Permission to remain extended until” may enter Hong Kong within the validity of the permitted stay.

Travelers who have been in The US, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa in the past 14 days must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test result issued at most 72 hours before departure. The certificate must be in Chinese or English. They must also have a confirmation in English or Chinese of a hotel reservation in Hong Kong for at least 14 days. This does not apply to transit passengers.

Airline crew, government officials, spouses and minor children of Hong Kong residents, and personnel endorsed by the HKSAR government to engage in anti-epidemic work may also enter. As of July 8, airline crew members entering Hong Kong will be subject to COVID-19 testing and 14-day mandatory quarantine.

All travelers eligible to enter Hong Kong must wear face masks, present a completed Health Declaration Form to the Department of Health upon arrival, and must undergo 14 days of compulsory quarantine. Certain groups of people traveling from mainland China, Taiwan and Macau may be granted an exemption from quarantine requirements by applying in advance to the Chief Secretary of the Administration. All arriving travelers (including transit passengers) will be subject to advanced screening measures, including temperature checks. For more information on entry requirements and restrictions, visit the Hong Kong SAR Government coronavirus website.

From June 15, transit services at Hong Kong International Airport have now resumed for travelers who can be checked through from port of origin to final destination. Transiting between flights operated by different airlines is now allowed, although transiting to and from mainland China will still not be possible. A number of restrictions still apply to transiting through Hong Kong, so it is advised to check with your airline or travel agent before traveling.
 
INDIA: India has restricted entry to most foreign travelers until at least November 30, except relief, repatriation, humanitarian flights. However, certain eligible foreign nationals are able to travel to India via Vande Bharat flights or third country flights. Certain categories of Indian nationals and residents may enter the country on repatriation flights arranged by Ministry of Civil Aviation. Other exceptions exist for air cargo flights that carry goods for trade or essential goods and supplies, and their crew members, helpers, cleaners, etc.

Travelers with an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card or booklet are eligible to enter the country, as are their minor children and spouses, or students attending an Indian institution, if one of the parents is a national of India or OCI card holder. Travelers may transit through India from a neighboring country if traveling via India to their country of residence.

The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has issued new guidelines permitting certain categories of foreign nationals to travel to India on business. However, it will require them to first obtain a fresh business or employment visa. For information categories and process, visit the Indian Bureau of Immigration website.

As of August 8, all international passengers must visit the New Delhi Airport website and submit a self-declaration form at least 72 hours prior to departure for India. All travelers will undergo a thermal screening on arrival and are required to undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in India. They may be required to provide contact details and be asked to download the Arogya Setu app. Travelers may apply for an exemption from quarantine; to do so, they will need to apply using the self-reporting form and attach a negative PCR test result
 
INDONESIA: Indonesia has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not Indonesia nationals, Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) and Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP) holders, travelers with a visa issued after March 31, 2020, holders, airline crew, diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, and foreigners working on strategic national projects. All travelers entering the country who are not Indonesian nationals must go through medical screening upon arrival and will be quarantined for a further 14 days. They must also either present a medical certificate issued within 7 days before arrival stating a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, or be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival
 
JAPAN: As of October 1, 2020, foreign nationals who fall into either of the following categories are prohibited from entering Japan:
(1) Foreign nationals who have visited (or transited through) any of the following locations within 14 days of their arrival in Japan:
Africa: Algeria, Botswana, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tunisia, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Asia: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Bhutan, Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macau SAR, Mainland China, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Vietnam
Europe: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City
Middle East: Bahrain, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
North America: Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, United States
Oceania: Australia, New Zealand
South America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela
(2) Persons holding Chinese passports issued in Hubei Province or Zhejiang Province.

Quarantine Requirements
(1) All persons (including Japanese nationals) who have visited any of the above-listed locations within 14 days of their arrival in Japan must undergo a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19.
(2) Regardless of origin, all persons (including Japanese nationals) must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated location and refrain from using public transportation.

Visa Restrictions
The Japanese government has suspended the validity of single- and multiple-entry visas issued by Japanese embassies or consulates in numerous countries and regions prior to specific dates. Visa exemption agreements with numerous countries is suspended. Visa exemptions for holders of APEC Business Travel Cards issued by several countries is suspended. A complete list of visa suspensions is available from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website at the following URL: https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page4e_001053.html
 
KAZAKHSTAN: Kazakhstan is restarting flights from China, Georgia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Turkey; however, only certain categories of people will be allowed to enter on these flights.

Kazakhstan has restricted the entry of most foreign nationals and suspended most flights except for state flights, ferry flights, sanitary flights, and technical landings for refueling purposes. From June 20, Kazakhstan will reopen flights from China, Georgia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and Turkey; however, only certain categories of people will be allowed to enter on these flights. These include diplomats, direct-family members of Kazakhstani citizens, residency permit holders, and some employees of designated companies in critical industries. Travelers arriving on flights originating from China, South Korea, Japan, Georgia, and Thailand will have their temperature taken and be required to complete a questionnaire. Those arriving on flights originating from Turkey will have their temperature taken, be required to complete a questionnaire, and will need to provide proof (via PCR test and dated no more than five days before their arrival to Kazakhstan) of their negative status for COVID-19. Those without PCR test results will be tested in Kazakhstan and their residence within 48 hours of arrival.

Travelers arriving on flights originating from other countries will have their temperature taken, be required to complete a questionnaire, and will need to provide proof (via PCR test and dated no more than five days before their arrival to Kazakhstan) of their negative status for COVID-19. Those without test results will be held for up to two days in a quarantine facility in the city of their arrival and tested for COVID-19.
 
KOREA, NORTH: North Korea has restricted the entry of all travelers who are tourists, and travelers visiting for business reasons must spend 14 days in quarantine upon arrival.
 
KOREA, SOUTH: South Korea has restricted the entry of all travelers who have been in the Hubei Province of China in the past 14 days. Chinese nationals with passports issued in the Hubei Province are also not allowed to enter the country. Korean visas issued by the Wuhan Consulate in the Hubei Province are invalidated. Nationals of China and travelers arriving from China must have visas to transit through South Korea.

Travelers arriving from China with a diplomatic, consular, official, service or special passport or who are nationals of Albania, Andorra, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Ireland, South Korea, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, Palau, San Marino, Slovenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Vatican City and Venezuela may still transit through South Korea without a visa.

Short-term visas (type C-1 and C-3) issued on or before April 5 are invalidated. Visa exemptions for 90 nationalities with normal passport are temporarily suspended, except for airline crew or passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card. Travelers with a visa on an expired passport must present a printed "Visa Grant Notice" and the expired passport to the immigration upon arrival. Foreign nationals residing in South Korea on most types of long-term visa will need to apply for a re-entry permit at a local immigration office or at the airport before undertaking any travel out of South Korea. Those traveling with a re-entry permit will also be required to have a medical examination no earlier than 48 hours before they plan to return to South Korea, and to obtain a medical certificate in English or Korean demonstrating COVID-19 negative status.

Nationals of Mongolia, Russia and Thailand are restricted from transiting through South Korea on their way to or from those countries, and all foreign travelers who have been in Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Philippines or Uzbekistan in the past 14 days must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival to enter South Korea. The certificate must be in English. All travelers arriving in South Korea will be subject to PCR testing and a mandatory self-quarantine for 14 days. In some cases, Korean authorities have permitted immediate blood relatives or spouses of long-term residents to self-quarantine at their family’s home. For this, travelers would need to provide proof of relationship (e.g., marriage or birth certificate), and should understand that Korean immigration officials have the final authority to approve quarantine arrangements. All travelers including airline crew members must also complete Health Declaration Forms and Special Quarantine Declaration Forms through a self-diagnosis app. Nationals and residents of South Korea are required to install a 'Self-quarantine safety protection app'.

Chinese nationals who are traveling on business under the Fast Lane program and their family members are exempt from the quarantine requirements; however, they must self-monitor their health conditions for at least 14 days before departure and must hold a medical certification of a negative COVID-19 testing result issued within 72 hours before departure. They will receive an additional test upon arrival, after which they must stay at a designated quarantine facility for up to 1-2 days until receiving the result. Once receiving a negative test result, they will be allowed to end their quarantine.

Merchant seamen with a visa must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 48 hours before departure. The certificate must be in English and the passengers must have two copies of the certificate. All flights must arrive at Incheon International Airport (ICN) between 5: 00 am and 8: 00 pm.

Transit passengers will receive a temperature check on arrival in Korea. Symptomatic individuals will be subject to a COVID-19 test and hospitalization if found positive. Passengers who do not show symptoms and/or test negative may continue their journey. Transit passengers at Seoul Incheon Airport require a ticket/boarding pass for their onward flight to their final destination. Travelers should confirm with the airline(s) before departure that their bags have been checked through to their final destination (as transit passengers are not able to collect and re-check in baggage on arrival in Incheon Airport).
 
KYRGYZSTAN: Kyrgyzstan has restricted most travelers to enter the country with the exception of nationals, immediate family members of nationals of Kyrgyzstan, travelers with a permanent residence permit issued by Kyrgyzstan, passengers with a diplomatic passport, students with a certificate from a higher education institution in Kyrgyzstan that have a prior approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kyrgyzstan and nationals of certain countries;

Nationals of Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, China , Georgia, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Pakistan, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Slovenia, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Turkmenistan, the UAE and the UK;

Foreign citizens who are specialist workers on W1 and W2 visas are also now able to enter Kyrgyzstan, though their family members may not be eligible. For any questions on entry or exit requirements you should contact the relevant Kyrgyz authorities on +996 312 881 618.

There are no quarantine requirements for travelers entering the country. Anyone entering Kyrgyzstan who shows symptoms of COVID-19 will be taken to state medical facilities. Travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR issued within 72 hours before arrival. Arriving travelers are likely to be subject to temperature checks and other medical observation on arrival and could be asked to self-isolate at home. Travelers who do not show any symptoms should then be allowed to quarantine at home for 14 days.
 
LAO PDR: Laos has suspended all flights with limited exceptions. Medevac, humanitarian, relief, diplomat, and repatriation flights with an entry permit obtained from the Laos Ministry of Foreign Affairs may still enter the country. Technical stops where passengers and airline crew do not disembark are also still permitted to enter. All entrants must provide a negative PCR test issued at most 72 hours before departure. They must also complete a health declaration form on arrival and will be subject to medical screening and a 14-day self-quarantine requirement at their own expense.
 
MACAO: Macau has restricted the entry of all non-Macau residents from anywhere except Hong Kong, Taiwan, or mainland China. Transit services are suspended at Macau International Airport. As of August 7, all travelers arriving from Hong Kong must present proof of a negative nucleic acid COVID-19 test conducted within 24 hours. Travelers who have been to Hong Kong in the 14 days before entry will be subject to a 14-day quarantine at a designated place. For more information, please see the Macau government’s website. Residents of Hong Kong, Taiwan or mainland China who have traveled overseas in the 14 days prior to their arrival will also be denied entry. Those who have visited Hong Kong or Taiwan in the 14 days prior to entry will be subject to 14 days of medical surveillance in a designated center. Macao residents who have been overseas or to Hong Kong or Taiwan in the 14 days prior to entry will be subject to 14 days of medical surveillance in a designated center. All travelers, including Macao residents, must obtain a certificate confirming that they have tested negative for coronavirus within the last 7 days before they are allowed to board their flight All air passengers will also have their temperature checked before boarding flights, and will be refused boarding if they have a fever.
 
MALAYSIA: Malaysia has restricted entry to all travelers through at least December 31, except for citizens, permanent residents with a MyPR card, diplomats, embassy employees, and spouses or children of Malaysian nationals, who must have a sticker label visa in the passport specifically indicating this status. Travelers with a Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) permit and a printed entry permit from the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and students with a student pass for a Malaysian institution may also enter the country.
 
From August 17, all foreign residents who are returning to the country will be required to complete an application on the MYEntry online platform. On July 11, Malaysian Immigration issued updated guidelines for expatriate, skilled worker, and knowledge worker pass holders and their dependents to request permission to return to Malaysia. These guidelines also include instructions for pass holders currently in Malaysia who wish to depart and then return to Malaysia. Check the Malaysian Immigration website for more information. 
 
All arriving travelers will be tested on arrival, and are subject to a 14-day quarantine requirement in a government facility. All costs for the quarantine are borne by the traveler. Travelers will be required to download the MySejahtera application and will be issued a wristband for identification and monitoring by the authorities during their quarantine period. Travelers may not transfer from international flights to domestic flights, except for Malaysian nationals who are traveling to Sabah or Sarawak. Foreigners may not enter Sabah without prior approval, which must be requested in advance from the Sabah State Secretary (Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Sabah) at crisis@sabah.gov.my.

Foreigners with valid visas or work permits who entered Malaysia BEFORE the MCO began on March 16 may enter Sarawak without quarantine, but must request advance permission from the Sarawak State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC). Foreigners with valid visas or work permits who entered Malaysia during the MCO will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility at their own expense, and must first request advance permission from SDMC. As of July 28, all foreigners who enter Sarawak from overseas will be required to undergo COVID-19 testing on the second and tenth day. They will be responsible for covering the costs of their quarantine and testing. More information is available here. Airline crew must present a "Health Declaration Form" upon arrival, are subject to quarantine until their next flight, and must install the 'MySejahtera' app.
 
MONGOLIA: Mongolia has extended the suspension of all commercial flights until at least October 31. This does not apply to citizens or residents who are direct family members of a citizen. They will be subject to a 21-day quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival.

Accredited staff of diplomatic missions and offices of international organizations in Mongolia and their direct family members may still enter the country. They will be subject to a 21-day quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival, followed by a 14-day period of self-isolation at home. International freight transport drivers and railway train personnel of Mongolia, Russia and China may also enter the country.
 
MYANMAR: Myanmar has suspended all incoming international flights until at least September 30, except for relief flights, medical evacuation flights, and flights approved by the Department of Civil Aviation. New tourist visa applications are currently suspended; however, Myanmar has begun to accept applications for business visas for foreign nationals with a compelling case. Travelers must apply to the nearest Myanmar Embassy and obtain permission.
 
NEPAL: Nepal has lifted the suspension of international commercial flights. However, Nepalis, diplomatic, international organization, and some international non-governmental organization personnel are allowed to enter the country.

Those travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR issued within 72 hours before departure. Evacuation, rescue, and emergency flights, and flights with special permission from the Civil Aviation Authority may still enter the country.

All travelers arriving to Nepal will be subject to a 14-day quarantine on arrival.
 
PAKISTAN: Pakistan has opened its airports to international flights, with the exceptions of Gwadar (GWD) and Turbat (TUK). Travelers will be subject to thermal screening on arrival and will be quarantined either in a free facility arranged by the Government of Pakistan, or in a facility which the passenger will pay for. Airlines are responsible for recording which facility passengers prefer. Travelers will be tested for COVID-19 and either remain in government quarantine or told to self-isolate depending on test results.
 
PHILIPPINES: The Philippines has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not Philippines nationals and their spouses and children or certain categories of visa holders. This policy does not apply to foreign spouses and children of Filipino citizens, diplomatic officials, and those working for international organizations.
 
 
From August 1, 2020, further exemptions exist for persons holding a valid, previously-issued "Permanent Resident" or "Native-Born" visa (categories 13(a), 13(b), 13(c), 13(d), 13(e), 13(g), RA 7919, EO324, or native-born). Such persons must secure a pre-booked COVID-19 testing provider and a place at an accredited quarantine facility prior to departure. 
 
Entry is subject to limitations regarding the maximum number of allowed inbound passengers at the specific arrival port on the scheduled arrival date. The Philippine government has suspended the issuing of new visas and all existing visa-free entry arrangements are suspended. All persons (including Filipino nationals) granted entry to the Philippines must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility.
 
All arriving travelers and airline crew must present a Case Investigation Form upon arrival. They will be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) and placed in quarantine while awaiting the results of the test.
 
RUSSIA: Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Russia and land border checkpoints are closed to passenger transport. From September 4, 2020, this policy does not apply to persons arriving by air from Egypt, the Maldives, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, or the United Kingdom. Further exemptions exist for lawful residents, diplomats, airplane crew members, or those traveling for urgent business or medical reasons. Persons seeking to enter Russia must present documentation showing a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Those who fail to do so must undergo testing within 72 hours of arrival. Persons arriving from countries or regions with a high rate of COVID-19 infections according to Russian health authorities must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
 
SINGAPORE: Singapore has restricted entry and transit of all short-term visitors who are not residents of Singapore, Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents, or Long-Term Pass Holders (including holders of Work Pass, Student’s Pass, Dependent’s Pass, and Long-Term Visit Pass). Travelers entering Singapore will be tested for COVID-19 and must also self-isolate for 14 days at a dedicated Stay-Home-Notice (SHN) facility at a cost of $2000; travelers are responsible for covering all of these costs. During the quarantine, travelers will not be allowed to leave their room, and smoking may not be allowed in the facilities. From August 11, everyone aged over 12 who is in home quarantine will be required by law to wear an electronic tag for the duration of their quarantine period. The 14-day period cannot be reduced, even if travelers wish to leave Singapore.

Travelers with an Air Travel Pass approval entering Singapore and who have remained in either Brunei or New Zealand in the last consecutive 14 days prior to their entry are not required to serve a Stay-Home Notice(SHN) but will still be subject to COVID-19 test upon arrival. If the test is negative, they can continue their activities in Singapore.

The SHN duration will be shortened from 14 days to 7 days for travelers with an Air Travel Pass approval entering Singapore who have spent the previous 14 consecutive days in Australia (excluding Victoria), Mainland China, Macau, South Korea, Taiwan or Vietnam and will be allowed to serve their SHN at their place of residence, and undergo a COVID-19 test at the end of their SHN. Long-Term Visit Pass and Long-Term Visit Pass In-Principle Approval holders issued by ICA also need an Approved Letter for Entry (ALE) from ICA. Student’s Pass holders and Student’s Pass In-Principle Approval holders also need an ALE from the Ministry of Education (MOE). New and existing work pass holders are only allowed to enter Singapore with the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) prior approval. They are required to show the MOM’s approval letter to airline staff upon check-in and before boarding, as well as to ICA officers at the immigration checkpoint upon their arrival in Singapore. Short-term visitors with an ALE from ICA, Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) or MOH may still enter the country. However, they may still be subject to health screening upon arrival. Having an ALE does not guarantee a Visit Pass to enter Singapore. Prospective short-term visitors seeking entry to Singapore must apply in advance for a ‘SafeTravel Pass’ at https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/. Spouses or children of Singapore residents or citizens who need to visit Singapore due to extenuating circumstances may apply for entry via the Ministry of Health.

All travelers entering Singapore, including Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Long-Term Pass (LTP) holders must submit a health declaration via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service, at https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard, or the mobile app. Airlines are requested to inform passengers at check-in and before boarding, as well as in-flight, to submit their health declaration via the SGAC e-Service prior to their arrival in Singapore. The paper-based embarkation/disembarkation card has been discontinued and is no longer distributed by airlines operating into Singapore.
 
SRI LANKA: Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Sri Lanka. Beginning August 1, 2020, international flights are scheduled to resume arriving at Colombo International Airport (CMB), Ratmalana International Airport (RML), and Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (HRI).

All foreign nationals will require a valid visa, which they may apply for online. Visas will carry an initial validity of 30 days and have the option for a 6-month extension to be granted following arrival. Online visa applications may be found at: www.eta.gov.lk/slvisa/.

In order to board flights, bound for Sri Lanka, all persons must prove they have tested negative for COVID-19 no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. All passenger cruise ships are prohibited from docking at Sir Lankan ports.
 
TAIWAN: Taiwan has begun to reopen its borders to foreign nationals, provided they are traveling for reasons other than tourism or to visit friends and they must apply for a special entry permit before traveling. All visa waivers have been suspended, so travelers must apply for a special entry permit with a Taiwan representative office overseas before traveling. Travelers who already hold a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) or Alien Permanent Resident Certificate (APRC) do not require a visa to enter Taiwan.

Before departure, foreign nationals will need to submit a completed "Quarantine System for Entry Form" at https://hdhq.mohw.gov.tw/. Upon entry, Taiwan requires all foreign nationals to complete a health declaration, present an English-language certificate of a negative COVID-19 test taken within three working days of boarding the flight to Taiwan and undergo a 14-day home quarantine period. Travelers arriving from the Philippines are subject to medical screening on arrival.

During the quarantine period, the individual is to stay home (or at the designated location) and may not use public transportation or leave Taiwan. Travelers may be asked to install a local SIM card if they do not already have one. Mobile phone location monitoring will be used as part of the quarantine management process by local authorities. Short-term business travelers may apply for a shortened period of home quarantine. The following visitors may be exempted from negative COVID-19 test: personnel on diplomatic or official business, migrant workers, students, those coming to Taiwan for emergency situations, and crewmembers on vessels arriving in Taiwan.

Foreign passengers, including people from Hong Kong and Macau, are now allowed to transit through Taoyuan International Airport. Holders of People’s Republic of China (PRC) passports will not be permitted to transit in Taiwan. Those transiting will need to board connecting flights of the same airline company they fly in on. Transits must last less than 8 hours. Transit passengers who need to wait for more than one hour will remain separate from other passengers and stay in a separate area.
 
TAJIKISTAN: From April 8, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering or exiting Tajikistan. This policy does not apply to diplomats and representatives of international organizations or financial institutions accredited in Tajikistan, or their family members.

Persons granted entry to Tajikistan must self-isolate for 14 days under supervision of staff from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection.
 
THAILAND: Thailand has restricted the entry of foreign nationals through October 31 except permanent residents, parents, spouses and children of Thai nationals and residents, students, airline crew with a scheduled return flight, and those with a work permit until further notice. Emergency landings, humanitarian aid flights, medical or relief flights, repatriation and cargo flights, state or military aircraft, and technical landings without disembarkation may still enter the country.
 
To enter Thailand, all travelers must have a fit-to-fly health certificate, a medical certificate indicating that they have tested negative for COVID-19 (RT-PCR test) within 72 hours before departure, either (a) a certificate from their parent agency/authority confirming that it will cover all medical expenses OR (b) proof of health insurance covering all medical expenditure, including for COVID-19, up to USD $100,000 minimum, and a Certificate of Entry issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Travelers suspected of carrying COVID-19 may be denied entry into the country.
 
In addition to the above, permanent residents or work permit holders and their family members, students, and those seeking medical treatment must have a Certificate of Entry issued by the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulate-General in their country of departure to enter Thailand. Travelers with an urgent need to travel to Thailand should contact the Thai embassy or consulate in their country of departure at least 10 working days before their proposed date of travel to explain their circumstances. They will also need to provide a copy of their confirmed booking at an ASQ hotel, and either a copy of their work permit (if it is already expired, the employer should contact the Ministry of Labour to issue a WP3), a copy of letter of permission to work in Thailand from a Thai government agency (such as the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Education, BOI) or a copy of the Certificate of Residence.
 
All travelers to Thailand are required to complete 14 days quarantine at a State Quarantine or Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facility. The validity of all temporary visas has been extended until September 26, 2020.
 
TIMOR-LESTE: From April 4, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Timor-Leste. This policy does not apply to persons born in Timor-Leste, resident citizens, legal representatives of minors who are Timorese nationals, persons working on oil rigs in the Timor Sea, and other persons specially designated by the Prime Minister whose entry is considered in the national interest. Persons engaged in the transport of goods must remain within the international zone at all airports, seaports, or land border checkpoints. All persons granted entry to Timor-Leste will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing positive will be placed in quarantine and isolated. All other persons must undergo a 14-day quarantine. All commercial flights are suspended.
 
TURKMENISTAN: From August 26, 2020, persons arriving from one of the following countries / regions must provide proof of a negative test for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and self-isolate for up to 14 days upon arrival in Tunisia: Andorra, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Benin, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guyana, Haiti, Iceland, Ireland, Jamaica, Liberia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mauritania, Monaco, Nepal, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Niger, Poland, Portugal, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Togo, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uruguay
 
UZBEKISTAN: Uzbekistan has resumed international flights for certain categories of travelers from countries deemed to have a stable epidemiological situation. The complete list of countries includes the EU, Japan, South Korea, China, Israel, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia and CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Tajikistan).

Travelers who have spent at least 14 days before travel in the countries listed above may enter/exit Uzbekistan if they are: Employees of embassies and consulates and members of their families, staff of foreign companies and other organizations working in Uzbekistan as part of investment projects, people traveling for medical treatment, people with close relatives or seriously ill relatives abroad, people transiting through Uzbekistan at the request of embassies and consulates of foreign countries, foreign citizens with residence in Uzbekistan, stateless persons, or citizens of Uzbekistan with registration in other countries.

Quarantine rules apply differently depending on which country the traveler is arriving from:

Japan, South Korea, China, and Israel: No quarantine required. European Union, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore: 14-day self-quarantine at home. United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia, and CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan): Government quarantine. All travelers entering Uzbekistan must wear masks in public at all times.
 
VIETNAM: Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Vietnam. This policy provides exemptions for investors, specialists, skilled workers, business managers, persons traveling as part of diplomatic or official missions, persons traveling under special bilateral agreements, and the family members of such persons, provided the duration of their stay in Vietnam does not exceed 14 days. Visitors may apply for an extension beyond 14 days if they undergo testing for COVID-19. All persons traveling to Vietnam must fully comply with local regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure public safety. Travelers should carry international health insurance with coverage valid in Vietnam; otherwise, the local organization sponsoring the traveler is required to cover all costs associated with the treatment for COVID-19 should it become necessary. The sponsoring organization is likewise responsible for all expenses relating to quarantine (if any), transportation, and COVID-19 testing for visitors entering Vietnam at their invitation.

From September 15, 2020, the Vietnamese government has approved a resumption of international flights from the following locations: Guangzhou, Phnom Penh, Seoul, Taiwan, Tokyo, and Vientiane. Flights are limited to Vietnamese nationals returning from abroad, foreign investors, experts, business managers, high-tech workers, persons holding diplomatic or official passports, and their family members. All persons (including Vietnamese nationals and persons traveling on diplomatic or official passports) must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo an additional RT-PCR test and quarantine at a designated location.

From July 1, 2020, the Vietnamese government will offer e-visa service to persons holding a passport from one of the following countries or regions: Argentina, Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao SAR, Macedonia, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Myanmar, Nauru, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Palau, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Samoa, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Timor-Leste, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Venezuela.

Central America / Caribbean
ANTIGUA AND BARB.: As of August 9, 2020, the Government of Antigua and Barbuda updated its travel advisory. All passengers arriving by air MUST have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR (real time polymerase chain reaction) test result, taken within seven (7) days of their flight. This includes transiting passengers. Children under 12 years of age are not required to present a COVID-19 RT-PCR Negative Test to enter the Country. Passengers arriving by sea are subject to quarantine according to guidelines issued by Port Health. All travelers are also subject to assessment  by Port Health Authorities for signs and symptoms through a series of checks and the completion of a health declaration form on arrival.

All arriving passengers will be monitored for COVID-19 for periods of up to 14 days in accordance with the directions of the Quarantine Authority and the Quarantine (COVID-19) Guidelines. Visitors may be required to undergo further testing for COVID-19 on arrival or at the hotel or place of lodging as determined by the Health Authorities.

The State continues to carry out a combination of screening, testing, monitoring and other measures to mitigate the risk of importing any new cases of COVID-19 into the country. Additionally, measures have been implemented for the quick detection of any imported cases. This strategy is intended to protect and safeguard the health of both residents and visitors to Antigua and Barbuda.

Nationals and residents of Antigua and Barbuda are strongly advised to restrict their travel to countries with significant escalations in the number of persons recently testing positive for COVID-19 to that for essential purposes only.
 
ARUBA: Aruba has opened its borders to travelers from Europe, Canada, and most Caribbean nations. As of July 10, travelers from the United States are now allowed to enter.

All tourists must fill in the ED Card, and purchase Aruba’s mandatory COVID insurance, even if they have their own insurance. The cost is USD 15 per day (subject to change). Children under the age of 14 will be exempt from the insurance requirement, however, will be subject to a one-time administration flat fee of USD 10. They must also submit a self-health declaration form 72 hours prior to travel and are encouraged to take a PCR test before traveling and submit the results online. Travelers who do not do so will need to pay for a mandatory test upon arrival in Aruba and stay in quarantine while awaiting the test results.

Travelers from US states with a high incidence of COVID-19 cases will only be allowed entry if they provide proof of a negative test result prior to traveling to Aruba; they will not have the option to be tested on arrival. This will apply to residents of the following US States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

As of July 25, a new testing option has been made available for residents of the aforementioned states- they will now be able to take an "accessible test" prior to traveling to Aruba and then take the mandatory PCR test upon arrival in Aruba. The "accessible test" can be an Antigen (QL IA, FIA), PCR Home kit, or any other type of test. Proof of a negative test result must be provided at the ED Card Website.
 
BAHAMAS: The Bahamas reopened its borders. Starting November 1, travelers entering The Bahamas will no longer need to Vacation-in-Place. Traveler must have a COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within 5 days prior to arrival. No other type of COVID-19 test is accepted. Children under the age of 10 and airline pilots and crew who remain overnight in The Bahamas are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 PCR-RT test result.


Travelers must apply for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa. Confirmation will be provided via email. Each traveler must have their confirmation on hand upon arrival at their destination. Travelers must also upload their negative COVID-19 test result. Travel Health Visa applications take up to 72 hours to process and should be completed with adequate lead time.

Traveler with a COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within 7 days prior to arrival are still allowed to enter until November 6, if they booked their trip before November 1. Starting November 14, as part of the Travel Health Visa application, travelers will be required to opt-in to COVID-19 health insurance that covers them for the duration of their stay.

Travelers who exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 at any time during their stay will be required to take a Rapid Antigen Test and receive a negative result before being permitted to continue their vacation. Travelers who tested positive will be subject to a follow up with a COVID-19 RT-PCR swab test. Travelers who are staying longer than 5 days will be required to take a Rapid Antigen Test. All travelers are required to wear protective face masks.
 
BARBADOS: Barbados has reopened its borders. Starting on September 19, all travelers arriving from medium and high-risk countries must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to arrival to enter the country. Travelers arriving from low-risk countries are allowed to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 5 days prior to arrival. Persons traveling from low risk CARICOM and Caribbean countries, who have not visited a high-risk country in the past 21 days prior to travel, will be exempt from the pretesting requirement. Visit www.barbadostravelprotocols.com for confirmation of country risk category.

Travelers must complete an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) form online at https://travelform.gov.bb/home and submit it 24 hours prior to travel. Travelers who have been in, or transited through, a high-risk country who have not submitted proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test may be denied entry into the country. Travelers with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be quarantined at a designated holding hotel or approved villa at their own expense, or free of charge at a government facility, and monitored daily for the onset of symptoms. They will be quarantined for a period of 14 days with an option to take a second COVID-19 PCR test between 5-7 days after the last test accepted by the Ministry of Health and Wellness. Persons will typically be released once the test result is negative.

Travelers from medium-risk countries who arrive with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be permitted to leave the airport after clearance by Immigration, Customs and Port Health Officials. They will then be subject to monitoring for seven days and a second COVID-19 PCR Test. If they refuse a second COVID-19 PCR Test, they will be subject to quarantine for 7 days. Travelers from low-risk countries who have not visited medium or high-risk countries within 21 days will be allowed to present results of tests taken within 5 days prior to arrival. Travelers who arrive with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be permitted to leave the airport after clearance by Immigration, Customs and Port Health Officials. Travelers who arrive without a negative COVID-19 PCR test, will be required to take one upon arrival.

Specific travelers who have non-standard circumstances that need to be addressed are advised to contact The Ministry of Health and Wellness via cmo@health.gov.bb at least 72 hours prior before travel to have their requests investigated and facilitated. These include diplomats; persons with a medical condition warranting special consideration (to be certified by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO)); persons with a disability or traveling with persons with disabilities. Travelers under 5 years of age will not be required to have a COVID-19 PCR test unless they are symptomatic, or any member of the travel party has a positive test result. Unaccompanied minors will be required to have a valid negative COVID-19 test result to enter Barbados.

Travelers may only transit in Barbados if they have a negative COVID-19 test prior to arriving. Masks must be worn at all time in the airport, and travelers will be subject to a health assessment and temperature check.
 
BELIZE: The Philip Goldson International airport is now open as of October 1. Travelers must download the Belize Health App and complete the required information within 72 hours prior to boarding a flight to Belize. This will create a unique QR code for contact tracing while in Belize. Travelers must have a booked stay at a hotel in Belize that has achieved the Tourism Gold Standard Certificate of Recognition. Travelers must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of travel. Those who present a negative PCR test upon arrival will be able to utilize the ‘fast track’ entry lane for much faster arrival processing. Travelers who do not have a negative test will be required to undergo testing by the Ministry of Health upon arrival at their own expense. Those who test positive will be quarantined at their Gold Standard hotel until the Ministry of Health gives clearance.
 
COSTA RICA: Costa Rica has allowed all countries in the world to enter by air. Travelers must complete the digital Health Pass 48 hours before boarding. Travelers must have a travel insurance with coverage of COVID-19 treatment and accommodation costs. Check Visit Costa Rica website for more details. Costa Rica has eased their travel regulations and removed the requirement of RT-PCR tests for the detection of the coronavirus.
 
Expired residence permits (DIMEX) with category “permanente" are extended until 11 January 2021, with categories “temporales" and “especiales" which expired after 18 December 2019 are extended until 11 January 2021 and with category “estancias" which expired after 17 March 2020 are extended until 12 February 2021. For information on visas, refer to the General Directorate of Migration and Foreigners.
 
CUBA: Cuba's date for reopening of all international flights has been postponed until at least October 16. Cuba has suspended all flights, except for humanitarian aid flights and special categories of charter flights. Charter flights to Cayo Coco (CCC), Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) and Santa Clara (SNU) restarted from July 1.

Travelers on these flights will be tested on arrival (a ‘PCR’ swab and a temperature test) and will be transferred directly to their resorts. Anyone that has a positive test result will be transferred to a hospital.
 
DOMINICA: Dominica has reopened its airport both to nationals and foreign travelers. Arriving passengers will have to complete an online questionnaire 24 hours before arrival and have a PCR swab test with a negative result taken up to 72 hours before arrival. A thermal test and antibody blood test will be taken on arrival. If either test is positive, then a further PCR swab test will be carried out. This will be at the traveler's expense. Arriving travelers who test positive will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a Government facility, or in a certified hotel or guest house.
 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: The Dominican Republic has reopened its air borders. From September 15, travelers no longer need to provide a negative PCR or COVID-19 test upon arrival. Instead, airports will administer a quick, aleatory breath test to between 3% and 10% of passengers, and all those who present symptoms, upon arrival. All passengers will also need to perform a temperature check.

Passengers who present symptoms or whose test results are positive will be isolated and attended at authorized locations. Travelers who present symptoms or whose test results are positive will be isolated and attended at authorized locations.


Travelers will be required to fill out and submit a Traveler’s Health Affidavit. Through this form, passengers declare they have not felt any COVID-19 related symptoms in the last 72 hours and provide contact details for the next 30 days

Also starting on September 15, all tourists visiting a hotel will be granted during the check-in process a temporary, free travel assistance plan that will include coverage for emergencies, COVID-19 testing, lodging for prolonged stays and costs for changing flights in the event of an infection. This insurance will be provided at no cost to the visitor until December 31, 2020 and will be 100% paid for by the Dominican State. In addition, airport terminals have established guidelines requiring social distancing as well as the mandatory use of face masks for employees and passengers. As part of immigration and customs forms provided by the airline or by Dominican authorities, passengers will be required to fill out and submit a Traveler’s Health Affidavit. Through this form, passengers declare they have not felt any COVID-19 related symptoms in the last 72 hours and provide contact details for the next 30 days.
 
EL SALVADOR: El Salvador has reopened its airports on September 19 with enhanced health protocols (wearing of mask at all times, social distancing, and temperature checks).

All travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to departure to board the flight, except travelers younger than 2 years old and travelers with a diplomatic, official, service, or special passport. Consult with the airline for full details prior to travel.

Travelers with a negative PCR test result will not be required to quarantine upon arrival.
 
GRENADA: July 15, 2020: the airport re-opened for commercial flights across the Caribbean region; As of August 1, 2020, Grenada is accepting international flights from Canada, United Kingdom, and other Medium Risk EU countries. Only chartered flights will be accommodated from all other countries until further notice. All persons arriving in Grenada must have pre-booked accommodations. More information is available at the following URL: https://www.puregrenada.com/travel-advisory.

The Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation reminds persons travelling to Grenada that they are totally responsible for the arrangement and cost of their accommodation. All persons from medium and high risk countries are required to book with an approved accommodation facility prior to arrival into Grenada. Persons entering Grenada are required to familiarize themselves with the traveler’s guide on the Ministry of Health’s website: covid19.gov.gd. There are different requirements based on the low, medium, and high risk categories of countries. The protocols are under constant review and travelers should check the websites frequently for any updates or changes.

GUATEMALA: Guatemala reopened Guatemala International Airport on September 18. Travelers are required to register on the Guatemalan Health Pass website 24 hours prior to arrival and print the completed form.

Upon arrival, travelers age 10 and older must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to arrival and the printed copy of the form. Foreign nationals, who are not legally resident in Guatemala, will not be permitted into Guatemala should they fail to provide a test. Travelers who are unable to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to arrival will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

Upon arrival in Guatemala, travelers may be subject to a clinical evaluation. They will be asked to complete an immigration form with the address where they will be staying. Local authorities will provide further instructions about the place where they should complete the quarantine and any other details they should provide upon arrival.
 
HAITI: The international airport in Port-au-Prince is open to regular two-way commercial passenger flights as of June 30. The international airport in Cap Haitian is open, although the resumption of regular traffic will be delayed pending a review of the airport’s COVID-19 mitigation measures. Commercial airlines resumed regular flight services to and from Haiti beginning on July 1.

The land border with the Dominican Republic is open to pedestrian and vehicular traffic as of July 1.

The Government of Haiti has recently mandated that every person flying into Haiti self-declare their COVID-19 status. Beginning July 1, airlines will distribute a health declaration form to passengers on all incoming flights. Passengers will be required to complete this form and present it to immigration authorities upon arrival. Travelers will be required to retain this form for 14 days after arrival, to facilitate contract tracing, as necessary.
 
HONDURAS: The Honduran government resumed international flights on August 17. All persons traveling to Honduras must provide proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or rapid reagent test. Travelers with symptoms consistent with COVID-19, who within the last 14 days have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or traveled to a country with confirmed cases, may be isolated in a medical center or at the traveler’s place of residence/temporary stay for monitoring by the Ministry of Health for up to 14 days.
 
All persons must fill in an online immigration pre-check form and carry a printed copy for inspection by authorities upon arrival. The form can be found at the following URL: https://prechequeo.inm.gob.hn.
 
JAMAICA: Jamaica has reopened its borders to international travelers. All travelers arriving to Jamaica are subject to medical screening upon arrival. Non-residents must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://www.visitjamaica.com/. Jamaican residents must have a travel authorization obtained before departure at https://jamcovid19.moh.gov.jm/immigration.html. All travelers arriving in Jamaica may be tested for COVID-19 if assessed as high-risk as a result of exhibiting symptoms, exposure to persons who have tested positive, belonging to a high-risk group or other risk factors. Travelers will be screened for symptoms at the airport.

All travelers arriving in Jamaica will be subject to the following quarantine requirements:
- Category 1: Jamaican nationals and non-nationals ordinarily resident in Jamaica - may be subject to testing if assessed as high-risk and are required to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, they will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

- Category 2: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for tourism purposes and staying at approved “resilient corridor” accommodation - may be tested at the airport or a designated facility, and would wait for the results in travelers hotel rooms. If the test is negative, they would remain at their hotel/resort within the “resilient corridor” and restricted to property under the “Stay in Resilient Corridor” measure. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at the hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities. Details of ‘resilient corridor’ accommodation can be found on the “Quarantine for Business Traveler” measure at their hotel/intended address. If the test is negative, they would be released from quarantine and be under a “Stay at Intended Address for Business Travelers” measure for a period of 14 days from their date of entry to Jamaica or for the duration of their stay if shorter than 14 days. If the test is positive, they would be isolated either at their hotel/intended address or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.

- Category 3: Non-residents visiting Jamaica for other purposes including tourists not staying within the “resilient corridor” - travelers who are not required to pre-test may be required to be tested at the airport or other designated facility, if assessed by the health authorities as high-risk. They will then wait for their test results under quarantine at their hotel/intended address. Whether they need to be tested or not, travelers need to remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from the date of entry to Jamaica. If travelers needed to be tested and the test is negative, they must remain in quarantine at home for 14 days from the date of entry to Jamaica. If the test is positive, travelers will be isolated either at home or in a government facility as determined by the health authorities.
 
MEXICO: Mexico has not implemented any entry restrictions, but travelers arriving from countries affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) will be screened, and those showing symptoms will be quarantined. A completed "Cuestionario de identificación de factores de riesgo en viajeros" must be presented to immigration upon arrival. The land border between Mexico and the US has been closed to non-essential traffic until at least October 21.
 
PANAMA: Panama has resumed commercial flights. Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR-RT test issued within 48 hours of departure to Panama. Travelers without a negative COVID-19 PCR-RT test must undertake a test at the airport for USD 50, at their own expense.

It is now possible to transit Panama. Transit travelers will need to have a confirmed onward flight and will not be allowed to leave the airport. They may also need to take a COVID-19 test and receive a negative result to be able to fly. Travelers should check the requirements for the country of final destination as requirements may vary.
 
PUERTO RICO: Puerto Rico has postponed its reopening. Travelers must have a negative molecular COVID-19 test from within the last 72 hours.

Puerto Rico is currently operating under the same travel restrictions as the United States. These restrictions will remain in place until July 15. From July 15, Puerto Rico was scheduled to reopen its borders to tourists, however this has now been postponed. Puerto Rico is encouraging only essential travel at this time. All travelers must have a completed travel declaration form and a negative molecular COVID-19 test from within the last 72 hours. They must pass a health screening and temperature check on arrival. Face masks are obligatory. Travelers who arrive without the necessary documentation/test results will be subject to quarantine at their own expense.
 
TURKS & CAICOS: Turks and Caicos reopened its airports on July 22. All travelers over age 10 except merchant seamen and airline crew must have a travel authorization completed 72 hours before departure, and a medical certificate with a negative PCR test for COVID-19 from within the last 5 days before arrival in the Turks and Caicos Islands. They must also have proof of health/travel insurance with COVID-19 cover (including cover for any necessary in-country medical treatment, quarantine costs or repatriation/medevac) and must complete a health screening questionnaire. All visitors will be required to wear masks on arrival to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Travelers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days on arrival.

Europe
ALBANIA: Albania has lifted restrictions on commercial flights. Health screenings may be in place at ports of entry.

ANDORRA: Please see Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations for France or Spain, whichever is transited to enter Andorra.
 
AUSTRIA: Austria has opened its borders to travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, or from Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican. However, travel from outside of the EEA remains restricted for travelers who are not nationals of an EU/Schengen/ country or the UK, and flights remain suspended from certain areas. Austrian nationals, permanent residents, D-visa holders, and EEA nationals and their immediate family members may still enter Austria. Diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, people traveling on business, healthcare professionals, and members of emergency/rescue/ambulance crews may also enter the country, and travelers with an immediate connecting flight may transit through the country.
 
For travelers who may enter the country, the Austrian government has created a list of areas which it considers to be at elevated risk for COVID-19. Anyone traveling to Austria from one of these areas must be able to present at the border a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result in English, French, German or Italian which is no more than 4 days old. Without this document, entry will be refused for anyone without a valid Austrian residence permit. Austrian residents without a valid medical certificate may enter the country, but will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. Coronavirus tests, which provide the medical certificate, are available on arrival at Vienna Airport for travelers with a valid Austrian residence permit. 
 
Entry to Austria without the need for a medical certificate or quarantine is possible for residents of Andorra, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, or the Vatican, who have spent the preceding 14 days only in those countries and not traveled elsewhere.
 
BELARUS: Belarus has not implemented any entry restrictions, but foreign citizens arriving in Belarus are subject to a 14-day self quarantine requirement, unless they are arriving from Azerbaijan, Australia, Austria, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Sweden, Tanzania, Turkey, the UK, the UAE, or the US.
 
Travelers are required to have valid medical insurance before travelling to Belarus. Travelers will be asked to provide proof of insurance when applying for a visa or upon arrival at Minsk airport. All travelers are required to wear protective face masks on all flights and while at Minsk National Airport. Foreign travelers are required to present a medical certificate, issued within 48 hours of arrival, indicating a negative COVID-19 test result. Foreign citizens who plan to spend more than 5 days in Belarus must register with the police indicating the address they are staying. If foreign visitors stay in a hotel, hostel, health resort or another facility of collective accommodation, the management of the above-mentioned facilities shall be responsible for the registration with the police. 
 
BELGIUM: Belgium has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not arriving from EEA Member States, Switzerland or the United Kingdom. Nationals, permanent residents, and long-term visa holders of EEA Member States, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and their family members may still enter Belgium from outside of those countries, but will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. Travelers entering Belgium from outside the Schengen area or any high risk area must present a completed Health Declaration Form upon arrival. The form can be found here. Belgium has created a 'traffic light' system to track countries and regions which are experiencing high incidence rates of COVID-19. Travelers from "red zones" will be required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Belgium, while those entering Belgium from "orange" regions are asked to be vigilant. The updated list of regions can be found at https://diplomatie.belgium.be/fr.
 
Diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, and military personnel may enter the country. Nationals of Andorra, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, San Marino, Serbia and Vatican City may enter Belgium with proof of connection travel to their home country.
 
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: Bosnia and Herzegovina has begun to ease its travel restrictions for citizens and residents of EU and Schengen area countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals or residents of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nationals of Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro may also enter the country as of June 1. Diplomats and consular staff, civil servants coming for employment, border workers, military personnel, heads of states and their delegations, travelers in transit to their home countries, and travelers with special permits to stay or transit in the country may also enter.

Starting July 16, Bosnia and Herzegovina borders are open for citizens and residents of EU and Schengen countries with a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours (this does not apply to Croatian citizens). For other non-resident foreign nationals, there is still an entry ban, though some with special circumstances (e.g. For a business meeting, to a funeral, for medical treatment, or in the company of a BiH-citizen spouse) may enter. Special documentation and/or a negative COVID test may be required.
 
BULGARIA: Bulgaria has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals or family members of nationals of the European Union, the Schengen Agreement States (including San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and Vatican City), or the UK. Nationals of Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Canada, Georgia, Israel, Japan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Moldova, Montenegro, New Zealand, North Macedonia, South Korea, Rwanda, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Ukraine and the UAE may also enter the country. Bulgarian nationals and their family members, permanent residents, and long-term residence permit holders may also enter the country, as may long-term residents and family members of EEA/Schengen countries and the UK. Certain other exceptions exist for medical workers, students attending a Bulgarian institution, diplomats, and certain classes of workers essential to the Bulgarian state. For full details on exceptions, check the Bulgarian Ministry of Health website (in Bulgarian).
 
A PCR test is not required for nationals arriving in Bulgaria from EU Member States, the UK, and the Schengen countries, as well as from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Ukraine, and Jordan. Nationals of these countries are not subject to a 14-day quarantine.
 
Nationals of North Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Moldova, Israel, and Kuwait can enter Bulgaria with a negative PCR test performed in the last 72 hours. The Bulgarian border authorities must be presented with a document showing a negative result, written in the Latin method (PCR), which contains the names of the person according to the identity document with which he travels, data about the laboratory that performed the test, and the date on which the PCR test was performed. Travelers who fall into one of the above exception categories but whose travel to Bulgaria originates in any other country must present a negative result from a PCR test done up to 72 hours before entering Bulgaria, Travelers who are required to quarantine will not be able to leave Bulgaria before the end date of the 14 day quarantine. Traveling and leaving the premises of the quarantine will be considered a violation.
 
Nationals and long-term residents of the EU, Schengen countries, or the UK and their family members may transit transit through Bulgaria to their country of residence, and nationals of North Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, or Turkey can transit to return to the country of which they are nationals. Transit is only permitted when the traveler will immediately depart Bulgaria.
 
CROATIA: As of July 1, 2020, all EU/EEA/UK nationals and individuals holding permanent residence in the EU/EEA countries can enter Croatia freely, without restrictions or quarantine. All other foreign nationals may enter the Croatia for business, tourism, or other pressing personal reasons, if they provide relevant proof. Please visit this Croatian Ministry of Interior webpage for more detailed information and instructions to follow. 
 
Croatia has lifted mandatory self-isolation and quarantine restrictions for travelers entering Croatia. Instead, travelers are given a Pamphlet with Recommendations and Instructions from the Croatian Institute of Public Health that they must follow for 14 days after entering the country. Travelers still may be ordered to self-isolate or spend 14 days in official government quarantine facilities if deemed necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19; placement in quarantine is at the expense of the traveler. As of July 10, US citizens arriving to Croatia for tourism, business, urgent personal reasons, or educational purposes must present a negative PCR test issued within 48 hours of arrival. Those who do not provide a valid test will be sent to quarantine.
 
CYPRUS: Cyprus has begun to reopen its borders, and prerequisites are in place for travelers to enter the country. To facilitate travel arrangements, the government of Cyprus has created CyprusFlightPass, an online portal where travelers can submit the necessary details to receive authorization to fly. Countries have been sorted into categories A, B, and C based on their epidemiological situation, with A being the most favorable.
 
Travelers entering Cyprus from countries in Category A must complete the Passenger Locator Form and the Declarations for Country A Categories to obtain the CyprusFlightpass. Category A countries include Canada, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Thailand.
 
Travelers entering from countries in Category B must complete the above paperwork to obtain the CyprusFlightPass, plus a test (for travelers 12 and over) and lab certificate confirming negative PCR for COVID-19 within 72 hours before their flight to Cyprus. Category B countries include Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czechia, Denmark, Greece, Vatican City,Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, The UK, Uruguay. Cypriot citizens and their family members, legal residents, those allowed to enter under the Vienna Convention, those with special permission from the government, and travelers entering from countries unable to offer testing may choose to get tested upon entering the country (at their own expense). They must self-isolate until the results are completed, and remain in mandatory quarantine if the test is positive.
 
Category C includes all of the remaining countries not mentioned above. Only Cypriot citizens and their family members, legal residents, those allowed to enter under the Vienna Convention, and those with special permission from the government may enter from these countries. They must complete the above paperwork to obtain the CyprusFlightPass, plus a test and lab certificate confirming negative PCR for COVID-19 within 72 hours before their flight to Cyprus. They may choose to get tested upon entering the country, and the same rules outlined above apply.
 
Please note that travelers from Category A Countries that have stayed overnight in a Category B or C country in the last 14 days before flying to Cyprus will be counted as a Category B or C traveler, and must satisfy the requirements of that category. The same applies for travelers from Category B Countries who have stayed overnight in a Category C country in the last 14 days before flying to Cyprus.
 
CZECH REPUBLIC: Czechia will now allow travelers from countries it considers to be of low risk to enter without being required to quarantine. The Czech government has classified countries based on their rate of COVID-19 cases. Travelers arriving from countries considered to be of low risk will not be required to quarantine or provide a PCR test. Travelers arriving from countries not considered to be 'low risk' are only allowed to enter the Czech Republic for limited, specific purposes. Exceptions to this include family members of EEA/UK nationals residing in Czechia (who must provide evidence of their relationship), as well as travelers with a D visa issued by Czechia or a C visa issued by Czechia after May 11, 2020. Details of how countries are classified, and the regulations in place for travelers from those countries, can be found on the website of the Czech Ministry of Interior.
 
DENMARK: Denmark has reopened its borders to travelers arriving from most most European countries; restrictions remain in place for most travelers from outside the EU/Schengen area and UK. Travelers arriving from high risk or banned countries must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to arrival.
 
Entry restrictions
Danish nationals and residents may still return to Denmark from anywhere. For travelers who are not residents or nationals, entry regulations depend on whether they are arriving from an ‘open’ country or a ‘banned’ country. A country’s status can change dependent on its infection rate for COVID-19. The updated list and can be found here. Travelers arriving from open countries can enter Denmark without having to go into quarantine.Travelers arriving from banned countries can enter Denmark if they have a worthy purpose.
 
Proof will be required to demonstrate a ‘worthy purpose’ to enter. Examples of 'worthy purposes' include work or study in Denmark, transporting goods, and various family-related reasons, for example visiting a family member or partner who is a Danish resident. The full list of 'worthy purposes' is subject to change and can be found here. Travelers from a "banned" country are advised to check with the Danish authorities on their helpline (+45 7020 6044) to confirm whether they will be allowed entry into the country.
 
The Danish government permits “sweethearts”, fiancees, and other close relations of Danish citizens or foreign nationals legally residing in Denmark to enter Denmark, so long as the individual can present proof of a negative COVID-19 test carried out no more than 72 hours before entry. This exception is Denmark-specific and does not apply to all countries within the Schengen zone or EU. Travelers going to Denmark under the “sweetheart declaration” from outside the EU are strongly encouraged to take a nonstop flight to Denmark to ensure smooth entry into the country. For more information on this regulation, see here.
 
Entry requirements
Travelers arriving from high risk or banned countries must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to arrival.
 
Transiting rules
Travelers returning to their home country may transit through Denmark. All travelers transiting or traveling to/from Denmark must wear masks at all times on flights and inside the airport.
 
ESTONIA: Travelers from certain countries may enter to Estonia if they have no symptoms of COVID-19. Travelers arriving from a country where the number of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants has been more than 15 in the last 14 days are subject to a 14-day quarantine.
 
Entry restrictions
Travelers are not allowed to enter Estonia with the exception of Estonian nationals, residents and their family members, travelers entering as workers and students, as well as diplomatic, medical, humanitarian and transit flights. Estonia has restricted most foreign nationals into the country with the exception of nationals and residents of the European Union, the Schengen area, the UK, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City, and individuals with a long-stay visa, residents of Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore and Uruguay.
 
Entry requirements
Travelers arriving from countries mentioned above may enter to Estonia if they have no symptoms of COVID-19.
 
Quarantine requirements
Travelers arriving from a country where the number of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants has been more than 15 in the last 14 days are subject to a 14-day quarantine. The citizens of Latvia and Lithuania, holders of residence permit or right of residence of these countries, can enter Estonia and do not have to stay at home if they display no symptoms of COVID-19.
 
Transiting rules
Foreign travelers who are in Estonia for transit to reach their home country can travel through Estonia provided they have no symptoms of COVID-19. Travelers who have been required to self-isolate or stay in quarantine need to comply with the established requirement until the end of the specified deadline.
 
FINLAND: Finland's borders remain closed to non-resident foreign nationals entering the country, with some exemptions. The Finnish Border Guard is maintaining a list of countries with reduced border controls - travelers arriving from these countries will not need to self-isolate on arrival in Finland. Nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom residing in Finland, and their family members may enter the country for some essential reasons.

As of 13 July, travel between Finland and countries in the EU/Schengen Zone and the UK as well as Algeria, Australia, South Korea, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China (provided that reciprocity is confirmed in the EU) will be permitted for work and other essential purposes for residents of these countries. Additionally, there is a special exemption allowing a quota of workers employed as berry pickers to travel from Thailand to Finland. Nationals and residents of the above-named countries who are returning to their home countries through Finland may also transit through the country. Travelers arriving from within the EU or a Schengen Member State may enter Finland if they are traveling for work or study in Finland. Healthcare professionals, transport personnel, diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, military personnel, travelers entering for imperative family reasons, and workers who commute to another country daily may also enter the country. More information is available at the Finnish Border Guard website. People arriving in Finland from countries other than those mentioned earlier will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
 
FRANCE: France has begun to ease its travel restrictions. As well as travelers arriving from states in the wider European area (EU, UK, Andorra, Vatican City, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland), travelers may now enter France from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay without any requirement to self-isolate, or to demonstrate their travel is essential. However, travelers will need to complete a ‘sworn statement’ (declaration sur l’honneur) form self-certifying they are not suffering from symptoms associated with COVID-19 and have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the preceding fortnight. Foreign travelers who are not nationals of the above countries or arriving from one of the above countries are still restricted from entering France.

Exemptions exist for spouses and children of French nationals, long-term residents with French residence permits and their spouses and children, long-term residents of EEA Member States, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, the United Kingdom or the Vatican City and their spouses and children on their way home, and healthcare professionals. Airline crew, personnel of diplomatic and consular missions and international organizations with offices in France and their spouses and children, and merchant seamen may also still enter. Mask wearing is obligatory for all travelers above the age of 11.

Travelers arriving from outside of the countries listed above must have an International Travel Certificate to enter and transit France, showing that their travel is of an "essential" nature. This must be obtained prior to departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr. Travelers flying to airports in France from such areas will also be required to take a PCR test. They may either provide a negative test result taken less than 72 hours before departure. Whether this test is recommended or obligatory depends on the category your country of departure falls in to: Category 1 countries: For travelers from Bahrain, Panama, the UAE, and the USA. Boarding will be refused if a negative COVID-19 test result is not presented. Those departing the US who have taken a test but do not yet have a result will be able to board with a consular ‘laissez-passer’ on condition they re-take a test on arrival.

Category 2 countries: For travelers from Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Costa-Rica, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, India , Israel, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Occupied Palestinian territories, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Serbia, South Africa and Turkey. Travelers are strongly recommended to take a test in the 72 hours prior to departure but can opt to take a test on arrival instead. Those refusing to take a test on arrival will be subject to quarantine.

Arrivals from countries not named above will be invited to present negative test results taken 72 hours prior to departure or may opt to take a test on arrival. They will be invited to quarantine if they do not do so.
 
GEORGIA: Restrictions on most international commercial flights to Georgia have been extended through at least October 31, with exceptions in place for flights to Munich (Lufthansa), Paris (Air France), and Riga (Air Baltic), which will resume in August, along with charter flights to several European cities operated by Georgian Airways. All arriving travelers must complete an online form 48 hours before arrival at https://registration.gov.ge/pub/form/7_protocol_for_arrivals_in_georgia/kcjcpx/.

Starting on September 15, all travelers eligible to enter Georgia are subject to an 8-day quarantine upon arrival, and must take a PCR test on the 8th day of quarantine. If the test is negative, they will be allowed to leave the quarantine, but will have to take another PCR test on the 12th day. Travelers on business trips will have the option to take a PCR test every 72 hours instead of quarantine. Tests and quarantine will be at their own expense.
 
GERMANY: Germany has restricted the entry of travelers who are arriving from outside the European Economic Area, except for nationals of Germany, residents with a residence permit, and D-Visa holders, and certain exceptions (detailed below). As of June 25, travelers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom may enter Germany. Germany has also lifted restrictions on entry for travelers coming from the following countries: Australia, Canada, Georgia, New Zealand, Thailand, and Uruguay. Travelers must have spent at least 2 weeks in the above-listed countries prior to their flight to Germany. Restrictions will also be lifted for entry from South Korea, China, and Japan if this can be agreed on a reciprocal basis. The list will be reviewed every two weeks. Entry from any third country is possible for travelers who can demonstrate an important reason for their travel. The list of important reasons covers German and EU citizens and any third-country nationals with a right of residency in Germany. It also includes healthcare and social care personnel and health researchers, skilled workers whose economic activity is necessary and cannot be postponed or performed from abroad, freight and transport staff, seasonal workers, students who cannot continue their studies from abroad, travelers making visits for urgent family reasons, diplomats and staff at international organizations, and persons transiting Germany.

Travelers entering Germany after staying in a designated risk area abroad during the previous 14 days must undergo mandatory testing for Covid-19. The German government regularly updates its list of designated risk areas. See the "English archive" at the bottom of the Robert Koch Institute page for the latest updated list.

Travelers who need to be tested have the choice to either present a valid test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival, take a test on arrival at the airport, or take a test after returning to their place of residence in Germany, by reporting to the local health office. The test is free of charge if taken within 72 hours of arrival. Travelers with a negative test may be exempted from the 14-day self-isolation requirement, but some German states require a second negative test before granting an exemption from quarantine. Quarantine requirements in Germany differ depending on the German state. All travelers arriving from high-risk areas (over 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) are required to stay in quarantine for 14 days on arrival in Germany.
 
GREECE: Greece has restricted the entry of all travelers with the exception of residents from EU+ countries. EU+ consists of the European Union, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Norway, Lichtenstein and Iceland. 
Nationals and residents of Australia, Israel, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Russia, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand, the UAE and Uruguay may also enter the country. Those arriving from the UAE must be traveling on a direct flight, and will need to provide proof of permanent residence in the UAE, return tickets and hotel reservations.
 
Foreign travelers may not arrive from other areas unless they are in an essential category such as healthcare professionals, students, government members, diplomats, military personnel, humanitarian aid workers, airline crew, seasonal workers, travelers in transit, or travelers entering Greece for reasons authorized by the Greek embassy or consulate. The list of categories can be found here.
 
Flights from Turkey are suspended until at least November 8, except flights to repatriate Greek nationals and residents and special government-ordered flights. Flights from Catalonia (Spain) are suspended until at least November 8. Flights to Thessaloniki (SKG) are suspended until at least November 17. Travelers arriving from Albania and North Macedonia must arrive at Athens (ATH).
 
Until November 8, travelers arriving from Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, Hungary, Israel, Malta, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain or United Arab Emirate must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test results 72 hours before travel. All travelers except those only transiting through an airport in Greece must complete a "Passenger Locator Form (PLF)" 24 hours before check-in. A QR code generated from the completed form must be presented upon arrival.
 
HUNGARY: As of September 1, the Government of Hungary has reintroduced border protection measures in force during the first wave of COVID-19. Hungary has restricted the entry to most foreign travelers starting from September 1, except Hungarian nationals, residents, military, diplomatic, humanitarian, transit flights and foreign nationals attending or participating in some sports events. Travelers with a residence permit issued by Hungary with validity for at least 90 days may enter Hungary. Travelers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.

Foreign nationals may enter Hungary to attend international sporting or cultural events but must leave within 72 hours of arrival. Travelers must present proof that the purpose of travel is to attend and international sporting or cultural event. Travelers arriving from Schengen Zone, the US or Canada must present two negative COVID-19 tests within 5 days of arrival but at least 48 hours apart. Travelers are subject to a temperature check on arrival but are not subject to quarantine measures.

Foreign nationals arriving to Hungary for business and trade related purposes may enter the country without the need to show a negative test results, nor any time limit on their stay. On entry, travelers must present proof of an essential business requirement for entering Hungary, e.g. an official letter from your company that includes contact details for verification purposes, or an invitation to a business event. Travelers are subject to a temperature check on arrival but are not subject to quarantine measures.
 
ICELAND: Passengers are not allowed to enter until 1 December 2020. This does not apply to: - nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; British nationals; passengers with a residence permit issued by Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State; family members of nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and EEA Member States; - residents of Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay arriving from their country of residence;

Passengers traveling through Iceland to another Schengen Member State must have a written confirmation of their permission to enter the other Schengen Member State.

Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days or double Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing with quarantine for 4 to 5 days. More Coronavirus information can be found at www.covid.is/categories/tourists-travelling-to-iceland

Passengers must complete the "Preregistration for visiting Iceland" at http: //visit.covid.is/ before departure.
 
IRELAND: Ireland is not currently implementing any entry restrictions, but all travelers arriving in the country from areas except Northern Ireland are required to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form and self-quarantine for 14 days, except travelers with a diplomatic passport. Effective from August 26, travelers who are 16 years or older must complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form before arrival, at https://cvd19plf-prod1.powerappsportals.com/en-us/

As of July 20, a "green list" of countries with low incidence of COVID-19 has been published. Travelers arriving from such countries will not need to quarantine. As of August 4, countries on the list include Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, and Slovakia. The list can be found at https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/75d92-covid-19-travel-advice/. Essential supply chain workers are exempted from the quarantine requirements.
 
ITALY: Italy has now reopened for tourism. However, travel restrictions may be imposed with regard to specific areas of the country or travel from certain foreign countries and territories. Italy has banned travelers who have stayed or transited through the following countries in the last 14 days: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic.

All foreign travelers must complete a self-declaration form and present it to the authorities upon arrival. Travelers arriving from EU countries (except Belgium, France, Netherlands, Czechia, Spain, the UK and Northern Ireland), Schengen Area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City are allowed to enter the country without having to justify their reasons for travelling and without being required to self-isolate. Travelers arriving from Belgium, France, Netherlands, Czechia, Spain, the UK, and Northern Ireland must present a negative molecular or antigenic test result issued within 72 hours prior entering Italy. Travelers arriving from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay are subject to a 14-day self-isolation.

Travelers from countries not listed above are only allowed to enter for specific reasons (such as work, health or study, or absolute urgency, returning to one's home, domicile, or dwelling) and not for tourism. Travelers arriving from this group of countries will be required to fill in a self-declaration form specifying the reason for entering/returning to Italy and are subject to a 14-day self-isolation.

Travelers who have transited through or have been in Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, the Dominican Republic are not allowed to enter Italy, except Italian/EU/Schengen citizens and their family members, as well as residence permit holders.
 
KOSOVO: The airport in Pristina is expected to open on June 28, 2020. Travelers are recommended to have a negative COVID-19 test within 4 days of arrival. The COVID-19 test is not required for departing passengers. Contact Airprishtina, Turkish Airlines, Alta Via Travel (info@altaviatravel.com) or your travel agency to inquire about upcoming flights. Additionally, it is possible that neighboring airports in Serbia and/or Albania have opened and are scheduling commercial flights, check with those airports directly or the respective Facebook pages for Belgrade and Tirana for updates. Currently there are no mandatory country wide curfews in place within Kosovo. All land borders into and out of Kosovo are open. If departing Kosovo overland, please check with the country you will be traveling to verify entry requirements and if there are quarantine restrictions.
 
LATVIA: Latvia has restricted the entry of all travelers except for Latvian, Estonian, and Lithuanian nationals and permanent residents and travelers who are EEA/UK nationals and traveling from within the EEA/UK or other countries green-listed by the EU. Latvia has restricted the entry of all travelers except for Latvian, Estonian, and Lithuanian nationals, and permanent residents. Nationals and residents of EEA Member States and the UK may enter the country if they are traveling from within the EEA/UK. Spouses or minor children of Latvian nationals, members of government delegations and passengers in transit may still enter Latvia. The Government of Latvia is monitoring the rates of COVID-19 in these countries and travelers arriving from countries with more than 15 cases per 100,000 inhabitants will be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. Up to date information can be found on the Government of Latvia website. As of August 10, residents of the following countries are also permitted to enter Latvia: Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. This list is updated every two weeks by the EU. Starting from July 16, all travelers are required on arrival to complete a contact form for contact tracing listing the address they will be staying upon arrival.
 
LIECHTENSTEIN: Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. There is an open border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Travelers from the United Kingdom who do not have UK/EU/EFTA nationality are not permitted to enter Switzerland. Quarantine measures, which are in force in Switzerland also apply to Liechtenstein. Travelers entering Liechtenstein from certain countries have to quarantine for ten days, regardless of nationality. For an updated list of these countries, check the website of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.
 
LITHUANIA: Lithuania has begun to ease its travel restrictions. Although flights from outside of the European Economic Area are still suspended for everyone except for Lithuanian nationals and residents, travel restrictions from other countries in the wider European area have been lifted. From August 10, individuals traveling to Lithuania by air will need to complete a registration form prior to arrival to support Lithuania’s track and trace effort. Registration forms can be filled out on paper during the flight, or in advance online.

As well as Lithuanian nationals and residents, citizens and residents of countries in the European Economic Area, Switzerland or the United Kingdom may now enter Lithuania if the rate of COVID-19 incidence in their country of residence has not exceeded 25 cases/100,000 population in the last 14 calendar days. Those arriving from countries with a rate of 16-25/100,000 population must quarantine for 14 days on arrival. The list of such countries is published every Monday by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations and can be found here.

Foreign travelers arriving from the list of countries affected with the incidence rate above 25 cases over the last 14 days must present a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours before entry to Lithuania, except in cases provided for by the Minister for Health. Lithuania has required travelers arriving from, or transiting through, a list of affected countries to self-isolate. As of September 7, British nationals and residents in the UK will need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania. Other test results, including antibody tests, are not accepted. This is in addition to the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. There are no controls on passengers crossing a land border from other EU countries into Lithuania (from Latvia/Poland).

Lithuanian citizens and persons lawfully residing in Lithuania arriving from the countries on the list of countries most affected by coronavirus infection, if the country of travel or transit had more than 25 cases in the last 14 calendar days, must present a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania, or contact the Hotline 1808 or other establishments that performs Coronavirus tests within 24 hours of the entry, except cases provided for by the Minister for Health.
 
LUXEMBOURG: Travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR issued within 72 hours before departure. Luxembourg has restricted the entry of travelers arriving from outside the EU who are not nationals/residents of EU/Schengen area countries or the UK and their family members until at least September 15. As of August 12, individuals seeking to enter Luxembourg by air, whose travel does not originate from an EU member country or one of the countries exempted by the European Union (Australia, Canada, China (subject to reciprocity at European Union level), Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Korea from the South, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay), Travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR issued within 72 hours before departure. As of August 21, Luxembourg has continued the restriction of travelers from certain countries (the US, and others) to the European Union for at least two additional weeks. There are exceptions to this prohibition, however: Citizens or residents of Luxembourg with valid documentation – a Luxembourg passport or a Luxembourg-issued resident card – are able to enter the country. Exceptions also exist for healthcare professionals, border and transport workers, seasonal workers, essential highly qualified workers, diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, military personnel, travelers in family emergencies, students attending an institution in Luxembourg, and travelers in transit.
 
MALTA: Malta has restarted flights to and from specific countries and territories. Travelers will have to demonstrate proof of residence in one of the countries on the list for at least 2 weeks before their flight. All arriving passengers must have completed a paper copy of both a public health and a passenger locator form. These are available at the Malta Airport website. Foreign nationals who are not residents of Malta will not be able to enter Malta except when traveling from one of the countries on this list. Starting from August 21, Maltese Authorities will launch an "Amber list" of countries from which arriving travelers must show a negative COVID-19 test. The test must be carried out before arrival into Malta and be no older than 72 hours before departure. This list will be updated weekly by the Maltese Government and can be found here. Effective from midnight August 28, the list of countries required to test prior to arrival has been expanded. The current list can be found on the Maltese Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs’ website. Arriving travelers who meet the requirements for entry, including proof of residence in the departing country for at least 2 weeks, will not be required to enter self-isolation. Those not meeting the criteria will still be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
 
MOLDOVA: Moldova has restricted the entry to most foreign travelers until at least September 15, except for nationals and their immediate family members; persons having a visa, residency permit; diplomatic, humanitarian and transit flight.
 
MONACO: Please refer to France's travel restrictions.
 
MONTENEGRO: From July 2, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Montenegro. This policy does not apply to persons who meet all of the following criteria:
1) Residents of a country or region designated by Montenegrin authorities as ""green"" (see below);
2) Persons who can prove that within 15 days of departing for Montenegro they have remained exclusively within ""green"" countries or regions;
3) Persons who have traveled exclusively within ""green"" countries or regions (with the exception of brief transit stops as indicated on verifiable travel documents).

The current list of ""green"" countries / regions includes: Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Mozambique, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Seychelles, Senegal, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Zambia

Persons traveling from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Turkey, Singapore, or Ukraine may enter Montenegro if they meet all the following conditions:
1) They carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test, or an electrochemiluminescence immunoassay (ECLIA) test;
2) They are a resident of a country or region designated by Montenegrin authorities as ""green"" or listed above;
3) They can prove that within 15 days of departing for Montenegro they have remained exclusively within a country or region listed above or one designated ""green"";
4) They have traveled exclusively within a country or region listed above or one designated ""green"" (with the exception of brief transit stops as indicated on verifiable travel documents).

From July 22, 2020, the Montenegrin government has declared a nationwide epidemic of COVID-19 and re-imposed protective health measures including limiting on public gatherings, enforcing of physical distancing guidelines, and mandating the wearing of protective masks.
 
NETHERLANDS: The Netherlands has restricted the entry of travelers arriving flights from outside of the EU, who are not nationals, residence permit holders, or long-stay visa holders of EEA Member States, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom, or their families. Exemptions exist for some special cases, for example, travelers attending funerals or studying in an institution in the Netherlands. EU and UK nationals may enter the Netherlands from outside of those countries but will be subject to a 14-day quarantine. The EU non-essential travel ban has also been lifted for residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China (contingent on China allowing entry to EU citizens).

Non-EU nationals who are not currently resident in or physically present in the EU are still subject to travel restrictions and will not be allowed to enter the Netherlands for tourism. Travelers entering the Netherlands must complete a health screening form. The Dutch Government has a color-coded system of high-risk (orange) and lower risk (yellow) countries and regions. Travelers entering from high-risk (orange) regions or countries are required to self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival. Tourists must comply with all the measures and rules that apply to combat the spread of coronavirus. Tourists must also reserve their holiday accommodation before they travel to the Netherlands. For the latest information, visit the FAQ on holiday travel to the Netherlands: here. On July 16, the Dutch government announced an additional exemption for foreigners engaged in long-distance relationships with Dutch citizens/residents.
 
NORTH MACEDONIA: From July 1, 2020, airports have reopened, and travelers may enter North Macedonia as normal.
 
NORWAY: Norway has reintroduced restrictions for travelers arriving from the UK. As of August 21, all travelers from the UK will be required to quarantine for 10 days on arrival.

Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Norway until at least October 1, 2020. This policy does not apply to persons who hold a valid Norwegian residence or work permit. The Norwegian government will classify countries / regions as either "yellow" or "red" based determinations by Norwegian health authorities. Persons arriving from "yellow" locations are exempt from mandatory quarantine requirements. Persons arriving from "red" locations or from locations for which there is insufficient health data ("striped" locations) must undergo a mandatory quarantine upon arrival. An official list is available from the Norwegian government at the following URL: https://www.fhi.no/en/op/novel-coronavirus-facts-advice/facts-and-general-advice/travel-advice-COVID19/
 
POLAND: Poland has resumed flights into the country from countries in the EU, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, as well as Georgia, Japan, Canada, Thailand, New Zealand, South Korea, Tunisia, and Australia. All other flights remain suspended until at least July 14, except humanitarian and medical flights, flights to protect public order, emergency flights, flights at the order of the Prime Minister, and repatriation flights performed by foreign air carriers at the order of foreign states. Nationals of the EU, EEA and UK are no longer required to enter quarantine upon arrival. Travelers entering Poland from any other country outside of the EU/Schengen area/UK may be required to self-isolate for 14 days. There are exceptions, including for freight drivers, work permit holders, airline cabin crew, spouse and children of Polish citizens, train workers, agriculture workers, students and school pupils studying in Poland and members of diplomatic missions, Consulates or International Organizations and their families.
 
PORTUGAL: Portugal has opened its borders to travelers from the EU, Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland, UK, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.
 
Entry restrictions
Portugal has reopened its borders to travelers arriving from the EU, Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland, UK, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.
 
Travelers from areas other than those listed above may enter or transit through Portugal only if they have an "essential" reason such as professional, study, family reunification, health, or humanitarian reasons. Business travelers should be prepared to describe the reason for business travel and may be asked for evidence. Students must have the appropriate visa and/or be prepared to present evidence of registration with a Portuguese educational institution.
 
Third country national holders of residency permits or long-term resident visas issued by EU member states may transit Portugal to return to their country of residence.
 
Entry requirements
Travelers entering Portugal from countries other than those listed above (except those only transiting through Portugal and not leaving the airport) must present a negative COVID-19 test result issued in the last 72 hours. They will also be subject to health screening on arrival. Their temperature will be checked and if it is high or they show symptoms, they will be referred to the health authorities.
 
Travelers arriving in Madeira and Porto Santo must complete and submit an epidemiological survey 12-48 hours before departure. This will generate a QR code which must be presented upon arrival. On arrival, travelers must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure. More information is available here. Travelers arriving in the Azores must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure. More info is available here
 
Quarantine requirements
Travelers arriving in Madeira and Azores without a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure are subject to COVID-19 test and quarantine until they received the test results.
 
ROMANIA: Romania has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom.

Romanian nationals and their families, residence permit holders, and long-stay visa holders may still enter the country. Nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom with a residence in Romania may also enter the country. Diplomats, transport personnel, military personnel, humanitarian aid workers, travelers in family emergencies, and travelers in need of international or other humanitarian protection may also enter the country. For more information on the exceptions for travel to Romania, check here.

The Romanian Government is issuing and updating a list of countries for which COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted, as well as those with high risk. Information on this can be found here (in Romanian). People traveling from high risk countries must enter a 14-day quarantine on arrival, while those arriving from low risk areas are exempted from quarantine.
 
SAN MARINO: Please refer to Italy's travel restrictions.
 
SERBIA: Serbia has reopened its borders. Travelers entering Serbia from Croatia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, or Romania, excluding Serbian nationals, must arrive with a negative PCR test taken in the 48 hours before arrival.

Serbia has reopened its borders. Incoming travelers will be provided on arrival with instructions on preventing the spread of coronavirus. If you have booked, or are looking to book, flights between Serbia and another country, you should be aware that changes and cancellations are possible as flights restart.

Travelers entering Serbia from Croatia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria or Romania, excluding Serbian nationals, must arrive with a negative PCR test taken in the 48 hours before arrival. Foreign nationals who have a temporary stay authorization in Serbia which expired after March 15, 2020 will be allowed to enter the Republic of Serbia until July 1, 2020. They can legally submit a request for extension of their temporary stay within 30 days from their arrival in Serbia.
 
SLOVAKIA: Slovakia is beginning to relax its travel restrictions. While Slovak nationals, their family members, and residents of Slovakia may travel to Slovakia from anywhere, foreign travelers may now also enter the country if they are arriving from and have only been in a select list of countries for the last 14 days. Passengers must complete the Public Health Passenger form at least 24 hours before departure to Slovakia.

As of July 22, travelers who have spent the last 14 days in only the following countries/territories may enter Slovakia, without needing a COVID-19 test or quarantine: Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, South Korea, Switzerland and the UK.

Those entering Slovakia who have recently been in countries other than those previously mentioned must self-isolate on arrival and register online at https://korona.gov.sk/en/ehranica/, who will contact them after at least 5 days to arrange a RT-PCR test for COVID-19. If travelers are self-isolating at a private residence, anyone living in the same household must also self-isolate. After the traveler receives a negative test result, they may end their self-isolation.
 
SLOVENIA: The Slovenia government shall classify countries / regions based on determinations by Slovenian authorities. Nationals and lawful residents from "green" locations may enter Slovenia without restriction and / or quarantine. Persons arriving from "yellow" locations must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival. This policy does not apply to foreign nationals holding valid temporary or permanent residence in Slovenia, persons traveling from countries / regions in the European Union or countries / regions associated with the Schengen Area provided such persons can prove they have not visited any "red" locations. All persons arriving from "red" locations, regardless of their status, must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Slovenia. Additional information and a current list of location designations is available at the following URL: https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/border-crossing/
 
SPAIN: Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Spain. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. Further exemptions exist for persons engaged in the transportation of cargo, diplomatic staff and consular agents accredited in Spain and travelling in the course of their official duties, and people who normally reside on Spanish territory. All persons arriving in Spain from a country or region not listed above must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Additionally, all persons traveling to Spain by air must fill in an online sanitary control form (FCS) prior to departure via the following URL: https://www.spth.gob.es/create.
 
A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide (except in the Canary Islands) from 23:00 (11:00 p.m.) to 06:00 (6:00 a.m.).
 
SWEDEN: Sweden has restricted the entry of most foreign travelers arriving from outside of the wider European Area until at least December 22. Swedish nationals and residents may still return to Sweden from countries outside the EEA. On July 2, the Swedish Government announced that citizens and long-term residents of EEA countries, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, the UK, or Vatican City, people with Swedish residence permits, and their family members may now enter Sweden, regardless of the purpose of travel. 
 
Visa holders of Sweden and people with a visa over 3 months for another EEA country may also enter, as may people with an 'essential purpose' such as healthcare workers, health researchers and students attending a Swedish institution. More information may be found here. In addition to this, residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay may also enter Sweden. Diplomats, border workers, healthcare professionals, transport personnel, relief workers, and travelers visiting for urgent family reasons may also enter Sweden.
 
SWITZERLAND: From July 20, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Switzerland. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Romania, San Marino, South Korea Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, or Vatican City. Persons arriving from countries or regions deemed by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health to be at increased risk for COVID-19 infection must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival.

For an updated list of these countries, check the website of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.
 
UKRAINE: Ukraine has restricted the entry to most foreign travelers until at least September 28, except first-degree relatives of Ukrainian citizens, people transiting within 48 hours, permanent and temporary residents, people with permits to work in Ukraine, technical specialists invited by Ukrainian enterprises, students, lorry and coach drivers and train and air crew, people visiting on official government invitation, sportspeople taking part in officially sanctioned competitions, diplomats, and some others. Foreign nationals granted entry to Ukraine must carry medical insurance sufficient to cover any costs associated with the detection and treatment of COVID-19 for the duration of their stay in Ukraine. A full list of policy exemptions is available at the following URL: https://www.kmu.gov.ua/en/news/uryad-utochniv-kategoriyi-inozemciv-yaki-zmozhut-vyizhdzhati-v-ukrayinu-v-period-obmezhen

A self-quarantine will apply to all travelers arriving from countries deemed by the Ukrainian Ministry of Health to have a high incidence of COVID-19. Travelers arriving from countries in what the Ukrainian authorities call the “red zone” (where COVID-19 case incidence in the previous 14 days has been higher than in Ukraine, and/or where the incidence has increased by over 30% in the previous 14 days) are required to undergo 14 days’ self-isolation proven by the “Dii Vdoma” tracking app (requires Ukrainian mobile phone number), or quarantine in a Government-approved facility for 14 days upon arrival. 

Mandatory self-isolation or quarantine is no longer necessary if a traveler undergoes a PCR test and receives a negative result no more than 48 hours in advance of his/her arrival in Ukraine, or once in Ukraine. Children under the age of 12, drivers and crew members of cargo vehicles, buses, train, locomotive, aircraft, sea and river vessels are also not required to undergo self-isolation or quarantine, provided they have not been in contact with a person with COVID-19. Effective from August 1, Ukraine is divided into four epidemiological zones (green, yellow, orange, and red) depending on the COVID-19 situation in each region. The Ministry of Health will assign each zone a color based on four COVID-19-related criteria. Each zone triggers a distinct set of quarantine restrictions. Please check with local authorities regarding local quarantine guidelines.
 
UNITED KINGDOM: All persons (including UK nationals) must fill in a "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" online to provide their journey and contact details no more than 48 hours prior to departure for the UK. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man. Upon arrival, all persons must proceed directly to their place of residence and self-isolate for 14-days while remaining indoors. This does not apply to persons requiring urgent medical treatment, support from social services, food and medicine that cannot be delivered, those who need to attend the funeral of a close relative, or in case of emergency at the place of isolation. Visitors are not allowed during the self-isolation period, unless they are providing essential care. Note that Scotland and Wales each maintain their own lists of countries and regions subject to self-isolation requirements. The "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" can be found at the following URL: https://visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/public-health-passenger-locator-form
 
From November 7, 2020, the UK self-isolation policy does not apply to persons arriving from one of the following locations, provided such persons have not visited any other country or region within 14 days of their departure for the United Kingdom: Akrotiri and Dhekelia, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Barbados, Bermuda, British Antarctic Territory, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam, Cayman Islands, Crete, Cuba, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Grenada, Hong Kong SAR, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Macau SAR, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Montserrat, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Seychelles, Singapore, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Korea, St Helena Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, St Pierre and Miquelon, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, Vietnam. An updated list including sub-national regions is available at the following URL: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors.
 
VATICAN: Please refer to Italy's travel restrictions.

Middle East North Africa (MENA) 
AFGHANISTAN: Afghanistan has restarted international flights. Point-of-entry screening has been introduced. Not everyone is being screened, but those who are and who show a temperature of more than 38ºC may be sent for isolation direct to one of 2 national hospitals (Kabul Infectious Disease and Afghan-Japan Communicable Disease Hospital in Kabul) or 5 provincial hospitals. These hospitals are outside of the Enhanced Security Zone.
 
ALGERIA: Algeria closed all land borders and suspended non-cargo international air and maritime travel as of March 17 and suspended domestic flights as of March 22. Entry is limited to nationals returning on repatriation flights from abroad, and foreign nationals with diplomatic/residency visas. Those who are eligible for entry will need to self-isolate for 14 days after arrival.
 
BAHRAIN: Bahrain has restricted the entry of all travelers except for nationals, residents, military personnel of Bahrain, and travelers with a valid letter of Prior Permission Granted (PPG), which must be presented prior to boarding. Visas on arrival have been suspended except for diplomats or travelers with UN passports. Anyone attempting to enter Bahrain must have a Bahrain residence permit or secure a visa in advance by visiting www.evisa.gov.bh. All arrivals into Bahrain will be subject to COVID-19 testing at their own expense. These tests may cost more than 30 BHD ($80), and travelers may be required to take two tests, which would double the cost to the passenger. Those without symptoms will be required to self-isolate for 10 days on arrival, while those with symptoms will be subject to further quarantine measures. Starting from July 22, passengers must pay the fees related to the tests and quarantine before their departure at http: //bh.bh/BeAware, or via the self-service payment kiosk at the airport. Additionally, all arrivals who have visited or transited Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon within 14 days prior to their arrival in Bahrain will be subject to enhanced testing procedures and quarantine at Government facilities. Border crossing from Saudi Arabia on the causeway has been suspended but is now open for Saudi citizens arriving at BAH to travel to Saudi (one-way).
 
EGYPT: Egypt's airports are open to travel including for tourism. Some airlines are imposing special requirements, such as the wearing of face masks.

All travelers arriving to Egypt will have their temperature checked, must complete a monitoring card with personal details, and will need to provide confirmation of valid health insurance policy to airport authorities.

All travelers (including those who hold Egyptian nationality) arriving from overseas, to any part of Egypt must present a negative PCR test certificate issued within the preceding 72 hours prior to flight departure to Egypt. However, travelers arriving from Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Guyana, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Thailand, US, UK, Uruguay or Venezuela will be allowed to provide the test certificate issued within 96 hours prior to flight departure. Children under the age of 6, of all nationalities, are exempt from providing negative PCR test certificates. No other exemptions have been confirmed.

Tourists flying directly into the airports in the coastal governorates of the Red Sea (Hurghada and Marsa Allam), South Sinai (Sharm El-Sheikh) and Marsa Matrouh that are unable to present acceptable evidence of a negative PCR test will need to undergo testing on arrival for a fee of USD 30 and required to self-isolate in a hotel while awaiting the test result. If the result is positive, travelers are subject to a 14-day quarantine in a separate room allocated for quarantine within the hotel. If symptoms persist, they will be transferred to a public hospital or private hospital of choice, under the supervision of the Ministry of Health.
 
IRAN: Iran has suspended the issuing of visa on arrival facilities for tourists. All travelers are required to hold a valid health certificate, issued by the health authorities of the country of departure. This must contain a COVID-19 molecular test performed by an approved center of the departure country, carried out within 96 hours of entry into Iran.

On arrival, travelers must provide their name, contact details and address, as well as a completed self-declaration form concerning COVID-19. All arriving travelers will be subject to medical screening. Those with a valid health certificate will not be required to self-isolate or quarantine. Iranian nationals without such a certificate will be directed to quarantine locations for 14 days and will incur associated medical and accommodation costs.
 
IRAQ: National airports are open with full service; however, flights to/from Turkey are no longer operating as of October 3.

Airports in Federal Iraq have reopened with limited service. Thermal temperature screening is in place at airport entrances and for arrival passengers. Individuals traveling to Iraq are required to carry out a COVID-19 test 48 hours prior to the flight and should be prepared to present results at passport control. All travelers arriving from abroad will be requested to quarantine for 14 days and may be requested to provide proof of reservation in a hotel for the duration of the quarantine period.

As the situation is changing rapidly, all travelers entering the Kurdistan region, regardless of previous travel, should be aware they could be subject to screening and restrictions upon arrival at the direction of the regional health department, including being quarantined at a facility and for a duration mandated by the regional health department.
 
ISRAEL: Israel has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals.

Israel has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals or residents of Israel. Foreign nationals may not transit in Israel. Travelers who have specific entry approval from the population and Immigration Authority of Israel may still enter the country. All arriving travelers must present a completed "Health Declaration Form" upon arrival and will be subject to a 14-day quarantine requirement.
 
JORDAN: Jordan reopened its international airport to scheduled flights on September 10. All arriving travelers aged 5 or older must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued a maximum of 5 days before arrival. Those without a medical certificate will be subject to medical screening. Travelers will also be re-tested on arrival and will need to pre-pay the cost of 40JD (approximately $56) online in advance of their flight. Foreign/non-resident travelers must also have a full medical insurance coverage for the duration of their stay. All travelers must complete an electronic application form 24 hours before departure at visitjordan.gov.jo. They will receive a confirmation code via email. They will also need to install the "Aman" app for contact tracing while in Jordan. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next flight.

Strict quarantine rules are in place depending on the country of origin. The list of affected countries and regions is reviewed every 14 days and can be seen at https://www.visitjordan.gov.jo/Country-Categories.html.

Travelers who have been in, or transited through, a green classified country or region must have a PCR test taken within 5 days prior to departure, and bring the results of the test with them to Jordan. Travelers will take a second PCR test in Jordanian airports and will wait in designated areas at the airport until test results are available. If the test result is negative and the traveler has not been in contact with an individual who has tested positive inside the aircraft, the traveler will be directed to passport control and will be free to enter the country. In case of a positive result, travelers will be treated according to health protocols outlined by the Ministry of Health and will be transported to one of the approved hospitals for treatment. If the individual is non-Jordanian, they will bear their treatment expenses; however, all passengers are required to carry private international health insurance policies.

Arriving passengers who have been in contact with a positive case inside the aircraft, and who are classified as “people in contact” can either return on board the same aircraft, if possible, or quarantine themselves at their accommodation for 7 days. Another PCR test will be taken on the 6th day of their arrival; if the test result is negative, the quarantine ends after 7 days.

Travelers who have been in, or transited through, a yellow and red classified country or region must have a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure and bring the results of the test with them to Jordan. Travelers with a valid negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be subject to a 7-day home quarantine if they have a negative COVID-19 PCR test and a negative COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival at the airport in Jordan. However, non-Jordanian nationals who both test positive on arrival at the airport and have valid health insurance will be sent to a quarantine facility at the Dead Sea or a private hospital. In the case that an individual’s insurance does not cover the complete costs of hospital care for the duration of the illness, the Government of Jordan will return the individual to his or her origin country.
 
KUWAIT: From August 1, 2020, all persons arriving at Kuwait International Airport (KWI) must carry a certificate in English showing a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 96 hours before departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and undergo a 14-day home quarantine. On arrival in Kuwait, a random PCR test will be conducted on ten percent of the passengers of each flight. All travelers will subsequently be subject to 14-day home quarantine.
 
Kuwait has restricted the entry of all travelers except Kuwaiti nationals, their immediate families, and domestic workers who are accompanied by a Kuwaiti national. All of the above must have OK TO TRAVEL authorization obtained from the state of Kuwait embassy. Diplomatic passport holders, UN passport holders, and members of UNESCO with prior approval from government authorities may also enter the country.
 
As of August 1, foreign nationals with valid residency visas may also enter the country; however, foreign nationals traveling from the following countries are prohibited from entering Kuwait until further notice: Afghanistan, Argentina, Armenia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China and Hong Kong, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Italy, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kosovo, Lebanon, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Nepal, North Macedonia, Panama, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Spain, Syria, and Yemen. This also applies to any individuals who have been present in these countries in the two weeks prior to their travel to Kuwait.
 
LEBANON: Lebanon has reopened its airports with limited capacity. People traveling to Lebanon will be required to comply with testing and self-isolation measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Check with the airline and Lebanese embassy before booking.
 
Entry requirements
Travelers 12 and over who are arriving from countries with PCR testing capability will be required to take a PCR test within 96 hours prior to travel and take another test on arrival. Certain airlines are covering the cost of this test whilst others may not. Travelers will have to self-quarantine while awaiting the results of this test (24-48 hours), and if both tests are negative, no further self-isolation will be required.
 
Travelers 12 and over who are arriving from countries without PCR test capability will be required to have a test on arrival. The test costs USD $100 and is covered by some airlines. Travelers will be required to self-isolate, and must take a second PCR test 72 hours after arrival at their own expense. If both tests are negative, no further self-isolation will be required. Travelers who test positive will have to self-isolate and follow Ministry of Health guidelines. Travelers who left Lebanon for a period not exceeding one week will be exempt from PCR testing on their return. Travelers are required to complete a health declaration form before departure, and must have insurance for their whole stay in Lebanon, which will cover in full the costs of medical treatment in case they test positive for coronavirus.
 
Quarantine requirements may apply while travelers wait for the results of their PCR test on arrival. Special restrictions apply to non-Syrian nationals who are transiting through Lebanon on the way to Syria: Travelers transiting through Beirut (BEY) to Syria must have pre-approval from the Syrian Authorities. Those over the age of 12 must also have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 96 hours before departure. Travelers with a Travel Document for Palestinian Refugees issued by Syria are exempt from this requirement.
 
LIBYA: Flights to Libya are suspended. This does not apply to repatriation and medevac flights
 
MOROCCO: Morocco's borders are open only to returning Moroccan residents and citizens.

Family members (defined as “first degree” relatives: children, spouse, parents) accompanying an eligible traveler may enter Morocco, but require a “livret de famille” (family register) to travel. Travelers needing this should contact their nearest Moroccan Consulate before traveling. Anyone entering Morocco must undergo COVID-19 testing within 48 hours of departure. They must show a PCR test AND an antibody test. These two tests will be required at boarding when traveling by air. Those who travel to Morocco by sea will have the choice between providing the results of their own tests when boarding OR undergoing testing on the ferry.

Upon arriving in Morocco, the travelers will undergo a clinical examination: a temperature check and examination by a doctor. They will have to sign a statement on oath and download the tracking app ‘Wiqaytna’. Anyone who presents symptoms of COVID-19 will be accommodated for 7 days in dedicated structures. All others will have to sign a declaration of voluntary isolation at home and to repeat a PCR test after 7 days, which must also prove to be negative.
 
OMAN: From October 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Oman. This policy does not apply to persons holding a valid residence visa. Persons entering Oman must have proof of suitable accommodation where they will self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival and must also install the "Tarassud+" mobile app and start the registration process prior to departure.
Additionally, they must purchase a tracking bracelet for use during the self-isolation period at a cost of OMR 5 and carry medical insurance valid for their entire duration of stay in Oman.This policy does not apply to air crews. 
 
PALESTINE: Palestine does not have entry restrictions but has begun to quarantine all travelers arriving from abroad.
 
QATAR: Qatar has restricted the entry of all travelers except for nationals and permanent residents of Qatar. Residents must first send a request to return through the Qatar Portal website. Residents returning to Qatar must take a coronavirus test and thermal screening on arrival and quarantine at home for 7 days. A further test must be taken on day 6 at one of the dedicated health centers. Additional action may be required depending on the result of this second test.

Downloading Qatar’s track and trace app, Ehteraz, is mandatory for everyone in Qatar. Travelers may be asked to show the app upon arrival. Further information on Qatar’s entry and arrival requirements can be found on the GCO website. Transit passengers traveling on to another destination can still transfer through Qatar, and many flights continue to operate. You should check with your airline or travel company for the latest information if you are planning to leave or transit through Qatar. Flights are subject to change or cancellation at short notice. Whilst in transit at Hamad International Airport, travelers will receive regular thermal screening and temperature checks.
 
SAUDI ARABIA: Saudi Arabia has restricted entry to all travelers except for citizens or residents, GCC citizens (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates), and holders of valid visa (exit/entry, business, residence {Iqamah}, and visit) issued by Saudi Arabia. This policy does not apply to the following categories of persons: those holding both a valid residence permit (iqama) and an "exit/re-entry" visa, those holding a valid work visa, and those holding a visa for professional or family visitation.
 
All arriving travelers of all ages (except Saudi citizens) must present a negative PCR test certificate issued from a verified laboratory taken within 48 hours from the time the test is undertaken until the time on which the passenger is arriving in the Kingdom. Travelers without certificates will be denied boarding. All travelers must sign and submit a Health Disclaimer Form to the health control center upon arrival at the airport.

All travelers will subject to a 2-day self-quarantine at home after arriving in the kingdom, then take PCR test by the end of period. If the PCR test is not conducted, self-quarantine at home continues for 7 days. All travelers must download and register on Tatamman and Tawakkalna Applications. Travelers must assign their home location through the Tatamman app within 8 hours of arrival and complete their daily health assessment in the Tatamman app.
 
SYRIA: Syria has reopened its airport. Some routes into and out of Syria are totally or partially closed. Some international commercial flights to and from Damascus International Airport are now operational.
 
TURKEY: Turkey has now lifted most of its COVID-19 travel restrictions, but travelers who are not Turkish residents or nationals may not enter Turkey if arriving from Afghanistan or Bangladesh.

All travelers are required to wear a face mask at all times whilst in an airport, and for the duration of all flights to and from Turkey. They are also required to complete a passenger locator form prior to arriving in Turkey. All arrivals into Turkey will be subject to a medical evaluation for symptoms of coronavirus, including temperature checks. Travelers with symptoms will be required to undergo a PCR test. Travelers who test positive will be provided with medical treatment at a facility determined by the Ministry of Health or, if preferred, at a private medical facility in Turkey at their own expense.
 
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: The UAE has relaxed its entry requirements for tourist and residents. Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken 96 hours of departure, subject to a 14-day self-isolation and wear a medically approved wristband.

The United Arab Emirates has restricted the entry of most non-residents. However, there is a separate set of regulations specifically for entering Dubai, which was announced on June 21 and is now in effect for Dubai residents and visitors. As of August 12, UAE residents no longer need to pre-register before returning to the country. However, all travelers (including citizens, residents, tourists, and transit passengers) entering the UAE must have a negative COVID-19 test result before flying to the country. This must be a negative COVID-19 PCR (nasal swab) test result taken within 96 hours of departure and must be shown in order to board commercial flights to the UAE. More information on this is available here.

Children under the age of 12 and those with severe and moderate disabilities will be exempted from the test requirement. Those entering the country may also be asked to take a further PCR COVID-19 test on arrival and will be required to self-isolate for 14 days and required to wear a medically approved wristband for the duration of their quarantine. The wristband will be provided at Abu Dhabi airport after clearing immigration. Arrivals under the age of 18, over the age of 60, diplomats or those suffering from a chronic disease will be exempt from having to wear the wristband.

For entry to Dubai, new procedures were set in place on June 21 for returning residents. Dubai residents overseas are now able to return to Dubai.

Dubai Residents must apply for a permit to return on the Dubai Government General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs website. Before they fly returning residents will also be required to complete a Health Declaration Form and a Quarantine Form. Both forms need to be printed, completed, and handed over to Dubai Health Authority staff on arrival. Further information about how to book a flight for returning residents is available on the Emirates Airline website. On their return to Dubai, returning residents will have to undergo a PCR Covid-19 test at the airport and register their details on the Covid-19 DXB App. Returning residents must isolate at home until their test results are available. Those who test positive for Covid-19 must self-isolate for at least 14 days and adhere to any rules issued by the Dubai authorities.

Visitors to Dubai who are non-residents will be able to travel to Dubai from July 7. Further information about what visitors need to do before they travel and what will happen on arrival in Dubai is available on the Government of Dubai website, including information about testing on arrival and quarantine. Before visitors fly to Dubai, they will also be required to complete a Health Declaration Form and a Quarantine Form. Both forms need to be printed, completed, and handed over to Dubai Health Authority staff on arrival. Visitors to Dubai will also have to register their details on the Covid-19 DXB App. Visitors must have international health insurance before traveling and must show that they have had a negative PCR Covid-19 test a maximum of four days before their departure date.

Passport holders from certain countries including the US, Canada, and the UK may be able to receive a tourist visa on arrival in Dubai, typically valid for 30 days. To see more information on this and other regulations for travel to Dubai, check this page.
 
YEMEN: Yemen has suspended all flights to and from Sanaa International Airport, with only very limited international flights taking place. Exemptions are in place for humanitarian relief and essential goods. All travelers arriving in Yemen are required to enter quarantine facilities for 14 days.

North America
CANADA: Canada has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals. Travelers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or people registered under the Indian Act may only enter Canada for essential purposes. Entrance will be denied to people traveling for tourism, sightseeing, recreation, entertainment, social visits or religious functions.

Foreign nationals who are eligible to travel to Canada are immediate/extended family members of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, person who is authorized by the Public Health Agency of Canada to travel to Canada for compassionate reasons, temporary foreign workers, international students, person approved to become a permanent resident, transiting passengers, members of the Canadian forces, accredited diplomats and their immediate family members, air and marine crew members, French citizens who live in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and have been in only Canada, the US or Saint-Pierre and Miquelon during the 14 days before the day they seek to enter Canada.
 
Immediate family members of a national or permanent resident of Canada must be traveling to be with the national or permanent resident and intending to stay in Canada for 15 days or more. Extended family members of a national or permanent resident of Canada must be traveling to be with the national or permanent resident, intending to stay in Canada for 15 days or more and have a written authorization from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
 
Foreign nationals traveling to Canada for a compassionate reason must get authorization from the Public Health Agency of Canada. Foreign nationals traveling without an advance written approval for an exemption of a border restriction may be denied entry into Canada. Travelers must have a plan to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive in Canada (including a suitable place of quarantine, how to get to their destination, get groceries and access essential services and medical care). Check the Government of Canada website for more information.
 
Quarantine requirements
Travelers are subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine, provide contact information, monitored themselves for symptoms and check-in within 48 hours of arrival through the ArriveCAN app. Certain persons are exempt from the mandatory quarantine requirement when entering Canada for the purposes of performing an essential job or function as identified in the Order under the Quarantine Act. Exemption will be validated for each entry into Canada.
 
All travelers on flights to Canada must have a face covering. Travelers who exhibit symptoms will be prohibited from boarding planes that are destined for Canada. If they exhibit symptoms on arrival they will be referred to the Canadian Public Health Agency. Travelers who have been refused boarding in the past 14 days due to medical reasons related to COVID-19 may not enter the country. Transiting passengers must remain in the secure transit area of a Canadian airport to complete their connection.

Only Toronto Pearson (YYZ), Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL), Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR) are operating international flights. Domestic flights, as well as flights from the United States, some destinations such as Mexico and the Caribbean, and from St. Pierre-et-Miquelon, are currently not affected by this measure.
 
GREENLAND: Greenland's travel restrictions are set by the government of Denmark. Travelers from open countries – as classified by Denmark – may travel to Greenland if they present a negative COVID-19 test result taken in a Nordic country (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, or the Faroe Islands) no more than five days prior to travel.

A travel ban remains in place for travelers from other countries, unless the traveler has a “worthy” purpose of travel as classified by Denmark; such travelers must quarantine upon arrival. The full list of travel exceptions (i.e., worthy purposes) can be found on the Danish government COVID-19 information page.

All travelers must also complete a “Sumut” form prior to entry, containing their travel itinerary and lodging details in Greenland. That form can be found on the Greenlandic government COVID-19 information page. Travelers are not required to self-quarantine upon arrival in Greenland or re-test for COVID-19 after arrival. However, additional COVID-19 tests may be required depending on where in Greenland you intend to travel. Visit the Greenlandic government COVID-19 information page for detailed information.
 
UNITED STATES: The United States has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals who have passed through or have been in China, Iran, European Schengen Area, the UK, Ireland and Brazil in the past 14 days.

US citizens and permanent residents who have passed through or have been in any of the above countries in the past 14 days may still enter the United States, but must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), and Washington (IAD).

US citizens and permanent residents who have passed through or have been in any of the countries named don't have to isolate for two weeks, unless they have had close contact with someone who has COVID-19.

Students with an F-1 or M-1 visa and their F-2 and M-2 dependents may enter the country if they arrive from or have been in Ireland, the United Kingdom or Schengen Member States in the past 14 days. This information is subject to change, and travelers are advised to refer to the US Government’s travel page to see whether they are affected. Travelers who are allowed to enter the United States but have passed through or have been in any of the countries named above must quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.

Oceania
AUSTRALIA: Australia has restricted the entry of all travelers, with the exception of Australian nationals and permanent residents and their immediate family members, New Zealand nationals residing in Australia, diplomats accredited to Australia and residing in Australia and their immediate family members, and airline crew. Travelers who are not Australian citizens and returning permanent residents and their immediate family members need to apply for an exemption to enter Australia. Australia has enacted temporary travel restrictions for flights to Melbourne due to a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.

All international travelers are required to quarantine for 14 days at the first point of entry unless they are granted an exemption upon request. Quarantines take place in state-designated facilities and fees depend on the state, ranging from $2500 for one adult in the Northern Territory to $3000 for one adult in New South Wales. International flights are currently being diverted away from Victoria. Airline crew are subject to self-isolation until their next scheduled flight.

Foreign nationals may transit through Australia if the connecting flight is within 72 hours of the arriving flight. They must either have a transit visa or be nationals of a visa-exempt country. Transit passengers do not need to apply for an exemption to travel restrictions if they are booked to depart on a connecting flight from the same airport within 72 hours and they are not going to leave the airport. Travelers who plan to leave the airport before boarding their connecting flight or who will be at the airport for longer than 72 hours need to apply for a travel exemption here and will be subject to quarantine until their departing flight.

Travelers from New Zealand and Pacific Islanders may not need a travel exemption. More information on transiting Australia is available here. Travelers planning to travel across Australian state borders should note that some Australian states also have domestic travel restrictions, border restrictions, and quarantine requirements in place. In the case of onward travel within Australia, travelers are advised to check in advance with their travel/accommodation provider.
 
FIJI: Fiji has closed its border to foreign nationals who have been in the United States, Europe, China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, or Spain within 14 days of their intended travel to Fiji, including travelers seeking to transit Fiji. Travelers covered by this restriction will be prevented from boarding Fiji-bound flights.

Travelers to Fiji will be asked to complete a health declaration form that will be examined by health officials upon arrival in Fiji. Travelers will also be screened on arrival with handheld temperature scanners, and their travel history and health status will be screened by border agents. Arriving travelers may be required to self-isolate for 14 days at the discretion of local officials.

Fiji has banned cruise ships from berthing anywhere in the country.
 
FRENCH POLYNESIA: Since July 15th, 2020, quarantine measures are lift and French Polynesia’s borders re-open to international tourism from all countries. All travelers are subject to the following mandatory conditions:

Prior to boarding, travelers must get proof of a negative RT-PCR test carried out within three days prior to their international air departure; present the receipt of the health registration on the Etis.pf platform (Electronic Travel Information System). During the stay, travelers must conduct a self-test 4 days after arrival in The Islands of Tahiti. The self-test is provided at check-in at the hotel.  More information regarding travel to French Polynesia is available at tahititourisme.com/en-us/covid-19/
 
NAURU: Nauru has suspended all flights except a single flight route from Brisbane.

Nauru has extremely limited incoming flights. The only scheduled flight to Nauru is now a fortnightly service, on alternate Fridays, Brisbane-Nauru-Brisbane. Travelers 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. Nauru authorities are requesting all persons to consider whether travel to Nauru is necessary and all persons are asked to cancel or postpone any non-essential travel to Nauru.
 
NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals except for Australian nationals who reside in New Zealand and Samoan or Tongan citizens making essential travel. New Zealand has restricted entry to all travelers who are not New Zealand nationals (Cook Islands, Niue, Tokelau) or permanent residents, with a few limited exceptions. The following people should seek approval from Immigration New Zealand (INZ) using the limited exceptions process: Partners, dependent children (aged 24 years and under) and legal guardians of New Zealand citizens and residents. Australian citizens and permanent residents who normally live in New Zealand Essential health workers Other essential workers who are specifically agreed to by the New Zealand Government (see here for specific details) Samoan and Tongan citizens making essential travel New Zealand-based partners and dependent children (aged 19 years and under) of a work or student visa holder who is in New Zealand Critical humanitarian travel Maritime crew All of the above travelers will be subject to mandatory isolation at a government facility for 14 days upon arrival unless they’re airline crew members or people transiting through. Travelers may only transit New Zealand if they are Australian nationals or residents on their way to Australia, or they have government approval. From June 19, transit will be open to all Cook Islanders and Cook Islands Permit Holders who have been present in New Zealand for at least 30 days and whose main purpose of travel is to return home, or to take up or resume employment.
 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: All persons traveling to Papua New Guinea (including nationals) must arrive via air at Jacksons International Airport (POM) in Port Moresby. Traditional border checkpoints on routes from Australia, Indonesia, Micronesia, and the Solomon Islands are closed.

In order to board a flight bound for Papua New Guinea, all persons must provide proof they have tested negative for detectable levels of COVID-19 within the previous 7 days and hold authorization from the Controller of the COVID-19 National Control Centre. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo quarantine at a designated facility in Port Moresby. This requirement does not apply to diplomats, who may self-isolate for 14-days at their place of residence.

South America
ARGENTINA: Argentina has restricted entry to most foreign travelers until at least October 11, except for nationals and residents, and repatriation, medical, and humanitarian flights.
Travelers eligible to enter Argentina are subject to a 14-day quarantine on arrival.

Argentina suspended international passenger flights from the pandemic "affected areas" (Europe, the US, South Korea, Japan, China, and Iran) till further notice.

Airlines operating repatriation flights must send all passenger information to ANAC 12 hours before departure. This information must contain the passenger list with travel document numbers, phone numbers, and addresses where each person declares that they will comply with the mandatory quarantine upon arrival.
 
BOLIVIA: Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 7 days before arrival, certified by a Bolivian consulate. Travelers without a medical with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result are subject to quarantine.

Returning Bolivian citizens and residents, foreign nationals, diplomats, members of special missions and international organizations, technical specialists, and drivers of international goods and cargo will be permitted to return to the country with no enforced quarantine upon their arrival provided that they submit a valid certification of the PCR test specifically for COVID-19 with a negative result prior to the flight.

Travelers without a medical with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result are subject to quarantine.
 
BRAZIL: From August 26, 2020, foreign nationals must provide proof of medical insurance valid for the duration of their intended stay with a coverage amount of at least BRL30,000 prior to boarding flights bound for Brazil. Insurance documents must be written in either in Portuguese or English.

Short-term stays are limited to 90 days and foreign nationals must meet all normal immigration requirements, such as holding a valid visa where necessary.

International air travel is currently prohibited to the following Brazilian states: Mato Grosso do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondônia, Paraiba and Tocantins. This list is subject to change. All land and sea border checkpoints remain closed to foreign nationals.

This policy does not apply to permanent residents, foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government, foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government, spouses, domestic partners, sons or daughters, fathers or mothers, or caregivers of a Brazilian citizen, any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest, or persons engaged in the transportation of cargo. Additional exemptions exist for humanitarian access and cross-border migrant workers with appropriate documentation.
 
CHILE: Chile has restricted entry to all travelers except for citizens, residents, diplomats, humanitarian aid workers, travelers with an official ID from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile, or travelers with safe conduct.

Chilean nationals and residents who return to the country are subject to a 14-day self-quarantine. Travelers will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. Travelers in quarantine who undertake PCR test and receive a negative result within 72 hours do not need to remain in quarantine. Arriving travelers must submit an online affidavit and submit it before departure at https://www.c19.cl/formularios.html". They will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.
 
COLOMBIA: Colombia has resumed international commercial flights on September 19.  Travelers are required to present a negative PCR test result issued within 96 hours prior to departure. Travelers with a negative PCR test result will not be required to quarantine upon arrival in Colombia. Travelers must fill out the Check-Mig form and must comply with follow-up health checks via CoronAPP mobile app.
 
ECUADOR: Flights to Ecuador have now resumed. Travelers must present a completed Health Form and a completed Immigration form as well as a negative PCR test for COVID-19 issued within 10 days of arrival. Travelers without a qualifying test result will be tested upon arrival.

Arriving travelers with a valid test certificate no longer need to enter quarantine unless they present symptoms of coronavirus. Those without one will be tested and sent to quarantine while awaiting results and until receiving a negative testing result. More information is available here.

Special 'travel corridors' exist for tourists visiting the Galapagos. Foreigners wishing to enter the islands must present a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19, taken 96 hours prior to the date of departure to Ecuador. On arrival in Ecuador, tourists may be requested to take another PCR test, at their own expense. Tourists must also present a return flight and a safe passage document (‘salvoconducto’) issued by the Ministry of Tourism to be exempt from doing 14 days of self-isolation on the islands. The tour operators or hotels are responsible for arranging this safe passage document on behalf of tourists, given that visitors are required to have previous contracted travel and accommodation arrangements. The Galapagos Transit Control Card will need to be filled out online at least 24 hours before the flight. On arrival in Ecuador you will be required to fill in a Health Status Declaration, including a local address. Travel health insurance is mandatory for foreign tourists.
 
FALKLAND ISLANDS: The Falkland Islands have restricted entry to all travelers except returning residents, work permit holders, and those with Falkland Islands (Malvinas) status. Travelers who have official business with the Falkland Islands government with proof of authorization may also enter. All travelers arriving in the Falklands Islands are subject to a 14-day quarantine.
 
FRENCH GUIANA: French Guiana has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals. Only travelers who can prove that entry is for urgent family/work reasons will be allowed to enter, and they will be expected to fill in a travel certificate and provide proof.

All travelers over the age of 11 must show a negative test result for COVID-19 issued within 72 hours before departure for French Guiana.

Travelers must also provide a self-certified document affirming that they have no COVID symptoms and that to their knowledge they have not been in contact with any person confirmed positive within the last 14 days. Airlines will refuse boarding to anyone who does not produce both proof of a negative result and the self-certified document.
 
GUYANA: Guyana has closed its airports to all international passenger flights until at least September 30. There are restrictions for all foreign nationals. Nationals and residents of Guyana may still enter the country. Authorized professional flights, medevac flights, and technical stops for refueling may also enter the country. Arriving travelers may be subject to health screening and quarantine.
 
NICARAGUA: While Nicaragua never officially imposed any travel restrictions, borders and airports have been effectively closed since airlines paused flight routes to the country. Some airlines including United, Spirit, and American will resume service the first week of October. Travelers must present to the airlines a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result taken within 72 hours before arrival. They are subject to contact tracing by the Health Authorities for 14 days and must not have respiratory symptoms.
 
PARAGUAY: Paraguay has restricted all commercial flights into the country until further notice, with limited exceptions for government-approved repatriation flights. Non-residents of Paraguay are not permitted to transit the airport in Asuncion. All travelers arriving in Paraguay are required to remain in isolation at a government facility for 14 days and will be subject to COVID-19 testing, regardless of whether symptoms are present. The government of Paraguay has extended the validity of visas for visitors or temporary residents in Paraguay whose visas or other travel authorizations expired on March 13, 2020 or later.
 
PERU: Peru has restricted entry to most foreign travelers, except nationals and residents of Peru, and repatriation and humanitarian flights.

As of October 5, Jorge Chavez International Airport is now accepting flights arriving from Asuncion (ASU), Bogota (BOG), Cali (CLO), Guayaquil (GYE), La Paz (LPB), Medellin (MDE), Montevideo (MVE), Panama (PTY), Quito (UIO), Santa Cruz (VVI) and Santiago (SCL).

Travelers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure.

Travelers must complete a "Declaracion Jurada de Salud" 72 hours before departure and present the completed form upon arrival.
 
SURINAME: All travel to Suriname is prohibited. All air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed until further notice. A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide from 21: 00 (9: 00 p.m.) to 05: 00 (5: 00 a.m.).

Suriname's airports are closed until at least September 18, except to medical and repatriation flights.
 
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: Trinidad and Tobago has closed its airports until at least September 30.
 
URUGUAY: Uruguayan borders are currently closed, with a few exceptions for family reunification between parents and minor single children or adult children with disabilities, or between spouses or common-law spouses. Drivers for international transportation companies, airplane pilots, and seamen may also enter the country. For more detail, please check the Ministry of Tourism website (in Spanish). 

Nationals and residents of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela may transit through Montevideo (MVD) or Punta del Este (PDP). All travelers and airline crew entering Uruguay will need to show a certificate of negative RT-PCR coronavirus test, carried out within 72 hours of travel, as well as fill a health affidavit. 

Travelers staying longer than 7 days must enter a 7-day isolation. They will be re-tested on day 7 and may leave quarantine with a negative result. Travelers must also download the 'Coronavirus Oops' for contact tracing, and all non-resident foreigners entering Uruguay must have proof of health insurance that covers suspected or actual coronavirus.
 
VENEZUELA: Entry into Venezuela is currently limited to Venezuelan citizens and foreign national residents. COVID-19 testing and quarantine on designated state-run health facilities is compulsory for travelers entering Venezuela. Flights to Venezuela are suspended until 12 November 2020, except the humanitarian, medevac, and repatriation flights.