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AfghanistanInternational Flights to Afghanistan are suspended.
UNHAS Ops still running.
- This does not apply to repatriation flights that bring back nationals of Afghanistan.
Passenger operations at DXB and DWC were ceased on Thursday 26 March 2020.

International restrictions:
All international commercial air traffic to/from the capital Kabul remains suspended until further notice. Border crossings with Iran are currently open, while the Torkham crossing with Pakistan has temporarily reopened to cargo and returning Pakistani nationals.
Land borders with China, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan remain closed, though some reports indicate that commercial trucks are sporadically being permitted to cross.

Internal restrictions:
Countrywide lockdown order is in place until further notice. Individuals are required to avoid unnecessary movement except for those working in 30 sectors including security forces, health, media, communication, banks, factories, water and food sectors (food delivery services will be permitted to continue). Restrictions in/out and within the city have been imposed as well as road closures. Kabul-Bagram highway has been closed. No more than four people are permitted to travel in vehicles. All government ministries and institutions are closed down, bar the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and Ministry of Public Health. Public places are closed. Measures are not expected to greatly impact NGOs and private corporations but such outfits should observe the restrictions. The police have been deployed to ensure compliance with restrictions. All movement between Kabul and the other provinces is suspended; exceptions will be made only for food supply vehicles, medical professionals and COVID-19 patients.
People arriving from other countries and who do not show symptoms of COVID-19 are advised to self-quarantine at home for 14 days. If you have any symptoms, you are instructed to contact the Ministry of Public Health and seek care.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Kuril Islands
Akrotiri
Aksai Chin
KuwaitCurfew hours to be eased starting 21 June (Reuters, 18.06.2020) Government plans to resume commercial flights in three stages (Xinhau, 08.06.2020). Curfew replaced by 12-hour night time curfew starting 31 May (Reuters, 28.05.2020)

Flights to Kuwait are suspended.
- This does not apply to diplomatic, humanitarian or repatriation flights approved by the DGCA Air Transport Department.
- This does not apply to aircraft operated by Kuwait Air Force, Kuwait Police Wing and Kuwait Ameri Flight.
- This does not apply to aircraft exempted by the authority.

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 a 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. All travelers must install the ‘Shlonik’ app on their personal device before departure. Kuwait DGCA will be informed of any traveler who cannot install the app, and they will have to present their boarding pass upon arrival.

International restrictions:
All flights to/from Kuwait, with the exception of cargo flights are suspended until further notice. Land border crossings with Iraq remain closed, while only commercial trucks are permitted to enter Saudi Arabia. The issuance of all visas (except for diplomatic purposes) is suspended indefinitely. All types of visas are automatically extended until 31 May. It is our understanding that passengers traveling directly to the airport to depart Kuwait will be permitted to travel with their passport and a copy of their booking and/or ticket showing departure. They should allow additional time for possible stops by relevant authorities and should be wearing face masks while outside their homes.

Internal restrictions:
The current nightly curfew from 16.00 to 08.00 will become a 24-hour curfew on 10 May until May 30. Nonetheless, people will be allowed to walk inside their residential areas from 16.30 to 18.30. Businesses in essential sectors (e.g. health, security, electricity, oil and municipality, etc.) will be allowed to continue operating. Additionally, supermarkets will be allowed to operate and grocery stores located in areas frequented by expats will remain open. The use of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces, including grocery stores and during the daily 2-hour walking period. All non-emergency government offices are closed at least through 31 May, unless otherwise notified.
Kuwaiti citizens who enter Kuwait from any country will be put in home quarantine for 28 days upon arrival unless they display COVID-19 symptoms in which they will be put in institutional quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Åland Islands
KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan has shut down public transport in the capital Bishkek and the routes between all of its provinces until Monday 22 June (Routers, 20.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
Limited commercial air service will resumed on June 15, 2020.
All foreign nationals are barred entry into the country. The following categories of foreign travellers are exempt from the inbound travel ban: Immediate family members of citizens of Kyrgyzstan (subject to confirmation of kinship); Foreign diplomatic (UN) and consular staff and their family members (given an advance notice of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan). Travel by car between cities is prohibited, however UN vehicles are allowed to move between provinces. Members of train, locomotive and aircraft crews; freight drivers. Kyrgyz Temir Zholu employees working in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
All visa services have been suspended. Entering the country or crossing at land borders with national IDs is temporarily suspended; this includes Kyrgyzstan residents. All residents are only allowed to enter Kyrgyzstan with valid passports. All land borders with China and Uzbekistan are closed. Borders with Kazakhstan remain open only for transportation of goods and movement of Kazakh and Kyrgyz citizens returning to the country of origin. Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine. International flights have been suspended until further notice.

*****Internal restrictions:
A countrywide situation of emergency has extended until further notice. However, the regulation has been lifted in the capital Bishkek, Osh (Osh province), Jalal-Abad (Jalal-Abad province).
Prime Minister Muhammadkaly Abylgaziev reported that ‘quarantine’ will be introduced in areas particularly impacted by COVID-19, including Bishkek and Osh cities, as well as, at-Bashy district (Naryn province) and Kanysh-Kiya village (Jalal-Abad province) without confirming exact regulations.
Public transport services are suspended until further notice.
Restrictions on outbound travel from Issyk-Kul province are in place from 00.01 on 4 May, only holders of special permits issued by regional authorities will be allowed to exit the region. All inbound travellers will be required to present test certificates and will be subject to mandatory 14-day home isolation.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Domestic flights, public transit in Kyrgyz Republic to resumed from 5 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
Kyrgyzstan will lift most of the remaining coronavirus-related restrictions in the coming days, reopening the retail and services sectors and public transportation, the government said on Tuesday 19 May. Public transit will also restart work from May 25. Higher-risk facilities such as public pools and saunas will remain closed and so will schools, although kindergartens may reopen in June. (Reuters, 19.05.2020)
Travellers (including Kyrgyz citizens) arriving from countries with more than 1,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be subject to 14 day quarantine at a medical facility. All other travellers have to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Lao People's Democratic RepublicFlights to Lao People's Dem. Rep. are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

All land border crossings and airports will remain closed;
Entry into Laos is granted only in very limited circumstances;
All entrants will be subject to COVID-19 testing and a 14-day self-quarantine requirement at their own expense;

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

International restrictions:
All international checkpoints remain closed, and all inbound and outbound passenger flights are suspended until further notice. From 18 May, foreigners in Laos will be permitted to return to their home countries given prior registration with their own diplomatic missions in Laos, and approval from the Laos Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been designated as the lead government agency to oversee assistance for foreign nationals seeking to return to their home countries. Lao nationals who work abroad and currently in Laos are also allowed to travel overseas, provided that entry is permitted by their country of arrival. Lao nationals who wish to return home are required to register with the Lao diplomatic mission in their current location, for further consideration by the authorities. The issuance of visa on arrival, visas issued by Lao diplomatic missions, eVisas and the provision of visa exemptions (including for ASEAN nationals) are suspended until further notice . However, individuals deemed by the government as experts, technicians and foreign workers that are crucial for major projects may be granted visas at the discretion of relevant authorities. Those intending to enter Laos must first obtain the approval of the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control before proceeding to apply for a visa at the nearest Laos embassy. In addition, the traveller will also have to obtain a medical certificate indicating that he/she is tested COVID-19 negative, issued within 72 hours prior to embarking on the journey. Exempted travellers must undergo COVID-19 testing and will be subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine at designated facilities. Foreigners currently in Laos with expiring visas from 4 May can apply for extensions at the department of immigration in Vientiane or the various provincial headquarters of the Public Security Department. Visas will be issued for non-tourist purposes only. Visitors must submit requisite information on their health and related documents to the Lao diplomatic missions in the country they are resident for approval before the intended date of travel. Visitors who arrive in the country without the necessary approval will be denied entry. The application form is available on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. All traditional and international border checkpoints remain closed, exceptions apply to those with prior authorisation issued by the government and cargo.

Internal restrictions:
Businesses, government agencies and transport services are allowed to resume operations amid further easing of domestic restrictions from 18 May until 1 June. The authorities also continue to encourage work from home arrangements. Indoor and outdoor sport activities are permitted. Schools have gradually reopened. Social distancing and strict disease prevention measures remain in place for all activities. However, entertainment venues remain closed. Unofficial gatherings, cultural and celebrative events with more than 50 people are banned. The relaxation of movement restriction until 1 June is temporary. The authorities might impose further lockdown measures in areas when there are new COVID-19 cases reported.      

On June 1, the Government of Laos announced new entry and exit regulations to reduce and contain the spread of COVID-19. These regulations complement the measures that the Government of Laos announced on May 29, which include: Public schools will continue to re-open, with all classes open by June 15; Some sport competitions are allowed, but without spectators; Night markets, restaurants with permits, and theatres may re-open but must observe standard social distancing and hygiene measures, including provision of a handwashing station; Nightclubs, karaoke venues, casinos, and game cafés remain closed; Most parties, celebrations, and private gatherings remain prohibited; Transportation of goods at international border points is permitted, but all borders remain closed to travel by the general public, with the exception of some individuals; Issuance of entry visas to individuals traveling or transiting countries with increasing COVID-19 infections remains suspended, with some exceptions. Standard social distancing and hygiene measures remain in place. These include keeping one meter distance from one another, hand washing/use of sanitizer, wearing masks, monitoring body temperature, and proper disinfection of areas.



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All entrants will be subject to 14-day self-quarantine requirement at their own expense.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Medical check-up points have been set up to screen passengers at arrival.
Latvia1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit Latvia.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Switzerland and an EEA Member State traveling from Switzerland or an EEA Member State.
2. Passengers who have been in other countries than Estonia and Lithuania in the past 14 days are subject to self-isolation at their place of residence for 14 days.

International restrictions:
All international travel, by air, railway, sea and road is cancelled. Latvians and foreigners with residency rights are allowed to enter the country, and tourists are allowed to leave.
Borders are closed to entry except for citizens and residents. Lithuanians and Estonians are allowed to cross the border for work and are no longer required to undergo a mandatory two-week quarantine. In order to cross the border, workers must show employment documents proving they have a job in Latvia.
Citizens of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are free to move between the three countries without restrictions.

Internal restrictions:
was lifted on 10 June 2020, but many of its measures including restrictions on public events, the maintenance of social distancing, and the mandatory covering of the nose and mouth by passengers on public transport, remain in place.

Relaxation of restrictions:
From 12 May, public gatherings of up to 25 people will be allowed. However, people will need to observe a two-metre distance from each other as a precaution.
Sport activities without physical contact, libraries and all shops will be able to reopen during weekends only. Leisure and entertainment venues can open from 07.00 to 23.59.
From 12 May travel for tourism will be permitted within the Baltic states.
AirBaltic has resumed operations as of 18 May for flights from Riga to Tallinn, Vilnius Osland and Frankfurt; for flights from Tallinn to Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Oslo; and for flights from Vilnius to Riga. Flights between Tallinn and Vilnius resumed on 25 May.
14-day self-isolation is requested if a person is entering from EU/EEA Member State, UK or Swiss, if the country has registered more than 15 new COVID-19 infection cases per 100 000 residents within last 14-day cumulative period. 14-days self-isolation does not apply to persons who cross the territory of Latvia in transit and persons arriving from Lithuania and Estonia.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
LebanonBeirut's Rafic Hariri International Airport to reopen 1 July; air traffic will be kept at 10 percent capacity (Reuters, 12.06.2020).

Flights to Lebanon are suspended.
- This does not apply to:
- diplomatic delegations working in Lebanon;
- international organizations personnel;
- military;
- search and rescue, state aircraft and emergency medical flights;
- United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) personnel associated with drilling operations in Block No. 4.

*****International Restrictions
Rafic Al Harriri airport is reported to resume commercial flights on 5 July 2020.

*****Internal Restrictions:
A nightly curfew is in place between 11.59 and 05.00.
Restaurants and coffee shops are permitted to resume dine-in operations at 50% capacity between 05.00 and 19.00. Other food shops, including sweet shops, are only allowed to offer delivery services. Millers, bakeries, hospitals, factories, hotels and petrol stations can operate on a 24/7 basis.
Currency exchange services are permitted to operate between 08.00 and 18.00.
Private cars should have no more than three people in them (including the driver), unless they are all from the same household.
Other vehicles should limit passenger numbers to a third of total capacity. Vans and buses are only allowed to operate at one-third capacity.
Many facilities remain closed, including schools, nightclubs and pubs, parks, public gardens, playgrounds, theatres and cinemas.
Individuals are required to wear masks and observe social distancing.

*****Relaxation on restrictions:
The government on 18 May resumed with a five-step plan to gradually ease restrictions, including allowing some businesses to reopen.
Some banks, pharmacies, hotels, restaurants, beaches, swimming pools, nurseries, gyms and other facilities are starting to re-open but you are advised to check in advance.
Travelers displaying symptoms of the virus and/or with travel histories indicating possible exposure may be detained for a 14-day quarantineCOVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
LesothoLesotho has restricted the entry of all travelers except for personnel involved in the transportation of medical supplies, food, and other goods.

Inbound and outbound travel is restricted due to neighbouring South Africa’s national lockdown and border closure. While no official travel ban is in place, reaching or leaving Lesotho is essentially impossible due to these restrictions.
Land crossings with South Africa remain closed to passenger traffic.

Passengers will be tested for COVID-19 and placed in quarantine for 14 days.

Only five land border crossings between South Africa and Lesotho remain open: Caledonspoort (06:00-22:00), Maputsoe (24 hours), Maseru Bridge (24 hours), Qacha’s Nek (06:00-22:00) and Van Rooyen’s Gate (06:00-22:00).

International restrictions:
The national lockdown was lifted. Non-essential businesses are gradually resuming operations.Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public places. Public gatherings are also restricted to up to 50 people.
All travelers will be tested and quarantined for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions
Liancourt Rock
LiberiaFlights to Liberia are suspended. On 05 June, the President announced the re-opening of Roberts International Airport on 21 June 2020.

- This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing.
- This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights.

International restrictions:
All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, will expire by 21 June. Several measures, including travel restrictions and daily curfew, will be adjusted between 10 and 21 June. Hotels, guesthouses and gaming centres may reopen from 21 June. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. Movement to and from counties not yet affected by coronavirus is restricted. A permit is required for essential travel to/from these unaffected counties. All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 9pm-6am daily. A mask should be worn if in public, Businesses must close by 9pm each day. Only essential workers (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) are exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.
Upon arrival all passengers will have to leave their passports and keep the copy of it. If there are suspicion sighs of the infection, such a passenger will be kept in the POC for 14 days. Other passengers will be monitored at their residency twice a day for sigh of fever, coughing or respiratory distress.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All passengers coming to Liberia will be required to fill out a form about their travel history in the last 14 days, prior to boarding on the plane. The form will be handed to the Precautionary Observation Centre (POC) officer to evaluate.

Passengers coming to Liberia who within 14 days had visited countries with 200 or more cases of COVID-19, are subject to screening at the airport.
LibyaLibya has closed its borders.

International restrictions:
The GNA-imposed state of emergency officially expired on 6 Aprilt. Civil aviation in all Libyan airports remains suspended. UNHAS flights are suspended.
Exemptions will be made for individuals who critically need medical attention abroad. Since 5 May, Misrata Airport is open to repatriation flights to and from Istanbul International Airport.

Internal restrictions:
Curfew in GNA controlled areas is extended until at least 17 May from 18.00 to 06.00. The Municipal Council of Misrata reduced its 24-hour lockdown. Daily curfew is in place from 14.00 to 07.00. In eastern Libya, the parallel government led by Khalifa Belasim Haftar reduced its total lockdown to a daily curfew from 18.00 to 6.00. In-city movement is prohibited.
The Ministry of Health has multiple designated quarantine sites where individuals can be held in quarantine for 14 days.

Libyan authorities are carrying out enhanced temperature screenings of passengers arriving at air, land, and sea ports of entry.

Travelers should be prepared for new quarantine restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
LiechtensteinPassengers are not allowed to enter.
This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
This does not apply to passenger with a cross-border commuter permit who are entering Switzerland for work, with a C-visa issued by Switzerland for the purpose of "business meetings" as specialists in the field of health or "official visit" of great importance, with a D-visa issued by Switzerland or who have an assurance of a residence permit.
This does not apply to passengers traveling directly through Switzerland to another Schengen Member State from which they hold a residence permit, work permit or a national visa.
This does not apply to passengers who are entitled to freedom of movement (citizens of EU/EFTA-states) and have a professional reason for entering Switzerland and have a confirmation of registration.
This does not apply to passengers who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector.

Internal Restrictions:
A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between people who do not live in the same household when gathering in public. Events of up to 300 people are allowed. Those aged over 65 or with pre-existing medical conditions are encouraged to stay at home. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars.
There aren’t any quarantined locations at this time.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
LithuaniaLithuanian government has announced that the quarantine will be lifted on 17 June, some restrictions will still be in place (OASC, 12.06.2020). Lithuanian government to resume flights to France, Finland, Denmark (China.org, 03.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
-This does not apply to:
- passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain or Switzerland;
- nationals and residents of Lithuania;
- nationals of Poland with purpose of work, business or studies;
- nationals of Estonia and Latvia;
- family members of nationals of Lithuania;
- healthcare professionals traveling for the provision of transplant services;
- NATO personnel and personnel working for them and their family members.
2. Passengers allowed to enter must arrive at Vilnius (VNO), Kaunas (KUN), Palanga (PLQ) or Siauliai (SQQ)
3. Transit through Lithuania is possible only for passengers traveling in groups on their way back to their country of residence. They must be escorted to the international border crossing points.
4. Nationals and residents of Lithuania arriving from Belgium, Ireland (Rep.), Portugal, Sweden or United Kingdom are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
5. Passengers arriving from Belgium or Ireland (Rep.) are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
6. Airline crew must be in isolation until their departure, but no longer than 14 days.

Internal restrictions:
Effective June 17, Lithuania ended the nationwide quarantine but kept the state of emergency. Face masks are recommended in public transport, events in closed public spaces, and in other places where it is not possible to maintain a safe distance between people.

Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link[please copy/ paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/d80797e1578d4b23a1191d935d90f9c0/lithuania-ncov-measures.pdf
The Lithuanian Government has declared quarantine over the entire territory of Lithuania until 00:00 EET Wednesday 17 June.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Only the passengers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) are allowed into the terminal and this is valid at all times while in the terminal building. Only
after initial health screening passengers are allowed into the terminal building. Body temperature control and assessment of symptoms are assured.
LuxembourgLuxembourg Airport will resume some flights within Schengen Area starting 29 May (OSAC, 28.05.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Luxembourg until 30 June 2020.
- This does not apply to:
-nationals of Luxembourg and their family members;
-nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, and their family members returning via Luxembourg to their country of residence;
-passengers with a British passport and their family members returning via Luxembourg to their country of residence;
-passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland;
-passengers with a long-term residence permit or a long term "D" visa issued by EEA Member States, Switzerland or the United Kingdom;
-family members of nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, returning via Luxembourg to their country of residence;
- healthcare professionals and researches;
- international organizations personnel, military personnel, development cooperation and humanitarian aid personnel.
2. Effective 1 July 2020 nationals of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo Rep., Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.) and Serbia are allowed to enter.

Internal restrictions:
The wearing of masks is compulsory in public places where the two-metre social distance rule cannot be respected. The government decided to extend stay permits until the end of the crisis for all non-EU nationals in Luxembourg. Visits to elderly care homes or hospitals are banned.

Relaxation in restrictions
All businesses except cinemas, sports halls and restaurants have now reopened. Gatherings of up to 20 people are allowed and a maximum of six guests can visit a home.
No mandatory quarantine. Individuals are asked to self-quarantine if they believe they are at risk.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Macao1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Macao SAR, China.
- This does not apply to residents of Macao SAR, China.
- This does not apply to residents of the Mainland of China if they have not visited a foreign country 14 days prior to arrival.
- This does not apply to residents of Chinese Taipei or Hong Kong SAR, China if they have not visited a foreign country 14 days prior to arrival.
2. Passengers who reside or have been in the Hubei Province, China in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter Macao SAR, China unless they prove with a valid certificate that they are not infected with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
3. All passengers must obtain a Coronavirus (COVID-19) nucleic acid test report issued by a local medical institution within 7 days confirming that they have been tested negative for Coronavirus (COVID-19) before they can board their flight.
4. Macao SAR, China registered non-resident workers (holders of the Non-resident Worker's Identification Card) are banned from entering Macao SAR, China except holders of non-resident worker's identification card who have resident status in the Mainland of China, Hong Kong SAR, China and Chinese Taipei. They will have to undergo medical observation at the designated place for 14 days if they have been to Chinese Taipei or Hong Kong SAR, China in the past 14 days.
5. Residents of Macao SAR, China must:
- undergo medical observation at the designated place for 14 days if they have been to foreign country, Hong Kong SAR, China and Chinese Taipei in the past 14 days;
- go through a six-to-eight hour medical examination if they have made multiple unusual entries into the Mainland of China on one day;
- present a medical certificate of no infection with Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon entry into Macao SAR, China if they have been to Hubei Province, China in the past 14 days.
6. Residents from Chinese Taipei or Hong Kong SAR, China who have not visited a foreign country 14 days prior to arrival will need to go to designated places for a 14-day medical observation.
7. Residents from the Mainland of China who have not visited a foreign country, Hong Kong SAR , China or Chinese Taipei 14 days prior to arrival will need to go through a six to eight hour medical examination if they come from Guangdong, Henan, Hunan, Anhui, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan, Heilongjiang, Zhejiang, Chongqing, Beijing or Shanghai. If they have visited Hong Kong SAR, China or Chinese Taipei 14 days prior to arrival, they will need to go to designated places for a 14-day medical observation.

Internal Restrictions
Those who have visited mainland China, Hong Kong or Taiwan in the previous 14 days may enter Macao but have to undergo 14 days of medical observations at a designated location. If they have not visited a foreign country, Hong Kong or Taiwan in the past 14 days, they will have to go through a 6-8-hour medical examination if they come from a region of high number of COVID-19 cases (Beijing, Chongqing, Guangdong, Henan, Shanghai or Zhejiang). Travellers who have been to Hubei province in the 14 days prior to arrival are required to present a medical certificate proving they are free from COVID-19. On 3 May, the authorities introduced a three-colour QR code system at border checkpoints and for entry into public administration premises and other areas. The three-tiered code requires people to confirm if they have been in self-quarantine at their residence or a government designated facility. Visitors with red or yellow codes may be subject to further testing and movement restrictions.
A three-colour QR code system at border checkpoints and for entry into public administration premises and other areas is in place. The three-tiered code requires people to confirm if they have been in self-quarantine at their residence or a government designated facility. Visitors with red or yellow codes may be subject to further testing and movement restrictions.
The Macau government announced that effective beginning at 12:00 am on March 25, travelers who have been to Hong Kong or Taiwan in the past 14 days will be subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine. Macau residents may complete the quarantine period at a location in Macau deemed appropriate by health authorities. Non-Macau residents complete the quarantine period at a designated hotel at their own expense.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All passengers must obtain a Coronavirus (COVID-19) nucleic acid test report issued by a local medical institution within 7 days confirming that they have been tested negative for Coronavirus (COVID-19) before they can board their flight.
From 17 May 2020 people crossing the border between Zhuhai and Macau must present a certificate which confirms that they tested negative for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
MadagascarOn May 30, the Government of Madagascar extended the State of Health Emergency for another 14 days. Flights in and out of the country remain suspended.

International restrictions:
All international flights have been suspended until further notice. (French embassy currently organising repatriation flights with Air France). No cruise ships can dock until further notice.

Internal restrictions:
All domestic flights have been suspended until further notice. Transport between urban centres is banned. A nationwide curfew remains in place from 21.00 until 04.00. Wearing a facemask is now compulsory nationwide, including when using public transport. Those caught breaching the order will be sentenced to participate in community services and cleaning. The state of health emergency has been extended until 31 May. Gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited. All social and sport gatherings are suspended.

Relaxation in restrictions
Restrictions are gradually being lifted. All activities are allowed to resume between 06.00 and 13.00. The lockdowns within the capital Antananarivo and the cities of Toamasina (Atsinanana region) and Fianarantsoa (Fianarantsoa region) have been lifted. Public transport has resumed in all three regions but is
operating with limited capacity (no more than 18 passengers in a bus; no more than three in a taxi). Mowever, entry into those regions is still strictly limited to medical emergencies. Schools and commercial venues, including restaurants, are open from 06.00 to 13.00.
For passengers arriving from or having transited through China quarantine is mandatory for a period of 14 days; Authorities have asked airlines not to bring in passengers who have been in Italy, South Korea, or Iran within the past 14 days. Should such passengers arrive, they may face a 14 day quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Madeira Islands
MalawiMalawi has restricted the entry of all non-Malawi nationals and residents arriving from countries with coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, and suspended issuing visas to citizens of those countries.

International restrictions:
International flights are suspended until further notice. Exemption will be made for flights carrying medical personnel and emergency relief items. Repatriation flights will be handled on a case-by-case basis. All land borders but three have been closed. Those open allow transit of essential services and goods such as petroleum products. The Government of Malawi cancelled visas issued prior to 20 March 2020 and has suspended issuance of visas on arrival. Returning residents who are symptomatic and have a travel history to Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, mainland China, Congo, (DRC), Ecuador, Iran, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Norway, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the UK, the US, or any of the countries in the European Union in the preceding 14 days are taken to an isolation room at the airport for further medical investigation.

Returning residents who are symptomatic and have a travel history to Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, mainland China, Congo, DRC, Ecuador, Iran, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Norway, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the UK, the US, or any of the countries in the European Union in the preceding 14 days are taken to an isolation room at the airport for further medical investigation. Returning residents who have been to these countries but are asymptomatic are referred for self-quarantine either at home and daily check-ups for 14 days. Returning residents to Malawi arriving from countries on this list who are made to self-quarantine will not be allowed to self-quarantine in hotels or lodges in Malawi.

Internal restrictions:
Malawi High Court indefinitely barred lockdown implementation. COVID-19 has been declared a national disaster. The national security forces have been ordered to enforce restrictions. The following measures will be in place until further notice: closure of all bars, pubs and restaurants, except for take away services. All religious, social and cultural gatherings are to be suspended, except for funerals, which cannot be attended by more than 50 people.
Travelers who are symptomatic and have a travel history to mainland China, Iran, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Japan, Norway, the United States, South Africa, Seychelles, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, Tanzania or any of the countries in the European Union in the preceding 14 days are taken to an isolation room at the airport for further medical investigation. Travelers who have been to mainland China, Iran, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Japan, Norway, the United States, South Africa, Seychelles, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, Tanzania or any of the countries in the European Union recently but are asymptomatic are referred for self-quarantine either at home and daily check-ups for 14 days. Travelers to Malawi arriving from countries on this list who are made to self-quarantine will not be allowed to self-quarantine in hotels or lodges in Malawi. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve daily, travelers should be prepared for this list to change and for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
MalaysiaGovernment to reopen nearly all economic activity and allow interstate travel starting June 10, lifting coronavirus restrictions. (Reuters, 07.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Malaysia.
- This does not apply to nationals of Malaysia.
- This does not apply to permanent residents of Malaysia with a MyPR card.
- This does not apply to passengers with a Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H). They must have a medical certificate stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 3 days before arrival and an Immigration approval.
- This does not apply to spouses or children of nationals of Malaysia. They must have a sticker label visa in the passport specifically indicating they are either spouses or children.
- This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic passport.
- This does not apply to passengers with official passport on a diplomatic mission.
2. Passengers arriving in Malaysia:
- are subject to self-quarantine for 14 days; and
- are subject to medical screening; and
- must install 'MySejahtera app' in their smart phone.
3. Transfer from an international flight to a domestic flight is not allowed.
- This does not apply to nationals of Malaysia traveling to Sabah or Sarawak.
4. Airline crew must present a "Health Declaration Form" upon arrival.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

International restrictions:
Under travel restrictions announced on March 16 and extended several times, all foreign nationals, with very limited exceptions, are restricted from entry to Malaysia until August 31, though this end date may be further extended at the discretion of the Malaysian government. Any travelers permitted to enter Malaysia during the MCO will be subject to COVID-19 testing and a mandatory fourteen-day self-quarantine.Foreign nationals may transit through the international terminals of Malaysian airports as long as they are not required to pass through immigration while in transit. Foreign nationals are permitted to depart the country; however flight options are limited. Malaysian citizens with a foreign residence permit, including U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents, are allowed to depart, but will not be able to return until the MCO is lifted. All travelers should be prepared for additional travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice. Travelers should closely monitor the situation in Malaysia and other transit countries before travel. Additional travel restrictions apply for travel to the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak which have local autonomy over immigration at domestic and international ports of entry; these states also observe the same general restrictions as the federal government through the end of the MCO. All travelers from Peninsular Malaysia will be required to undergo a 14-day self-quarantine upon arrival to Sarawak and Sabah. Screening points are present at all international entry points, including air, land, and sea routes. Sabah: Sabah has imposed temporary restrictions on all foreign nationals and non-Sabah residents from entering the states. Long term visa holders may be admitted but will be required to self-quarantine at home for 14 days. Sarawak: Sarawak has imposed temporary restrictions on all foreign nationals and non-Sarawak residents. Long term visa holders may be admitted but will be required to self-quarantine at home for 14 days.

Internal restrictions:
A Recovery Movement Control Order is in place. You should observe social distancing (1m). To enter many facilities you will be expected to wear a face mask, your temperature will be taken, and they will record your personal contact details.
Any travelers permitted to enter Malaysia during the MCO will be subject to rapid COVID-19 testing upon arrival. Those who test positive will be transferred directly to a designated government hospital for treatment, while those who test negative will be required to complete a mandatory fourteen-day self-quarantine. As of June 10, 2020, this quarantine may be completed at home rather than in a designated quarantine facility. Travelers will be required to download the MySejahtera application and will be issued a wristband for identification and monitoring by the authorities during their self-quarantine period.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Maldives1. Velana Airport (MLE) is closed from 16:00 to 01:00.
2. All visas on arrival are suspended.
- This does not apply to passengers with a special permission granted by the Maldives government.
3. Passengers traveling as tourists and airline crew who have been in Bangladesh, China (People's Rep.), Iran, Italy, Malaysia, Spain, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom or in North Gyeongsang and South Gyeongsang Provinces in Korea (Rep.), Ile-de-France and Grand Est (regions of France) and Bavaria, North Rhine Westphalia and Baden-Wuerttemberg (regions of Germany) in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the Maldives.
- This does not apply to nationals of Maldives and their spouses.
4. Nationals and residents of Maldives will be subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Carriers intending to carry nationals of Maldives on inbound flights shall seek prior approval from relevant authorities.
5. All passengers traveling to the Maldives for a purpose other than tourism will be quarantined for 14 days at a place designated by the Government.
6. A completed "Health Declaration Card" and an "Immigration Arrival Card" must be presented upon arrival.
7. Airline crew are subject to thermal scanning at the airport. Layover is only allowed upon pre-approval from government.

International restrictions:
Entry (including for transit purposes) will be denied to all foreign travellers with travel history to Bangladesh, mainland China (not including Hong Kong and Macao), France (Grand Est regions and Île-de-France), Germany (Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg and North Rhine-Westphalia), Iran, Italy, Malaysia, South Korea (North and South Gyeongsang province), Spain, Sri Lanka or United Kingdom in the last 14 days, regardless of their nationality. This restriction is not applicable to Maldivian citizens who will instead undergo a 14-day quarantine. All inbound travellers, with the exemption of tourists, will be subject to a 14-
day quarantine at designated facilities. Upon completion of quarantine, individuals wanting to return to their islands of residence may do so via daily cargo flights. Visa-on-arrival for all travellers arriving for less than 30 days is suspended. All arriving passengers must complete a Health Declaration Card and
undergo screening. While Male airport is closed to commercial services, essential flights, such as medical evacuations, are allowed to operate. Several flights operate daily to deliver cargo from the capital to other islands. Cruise ships are also not allowed entry into the country. The authorities announced that Maldives borders may reopen in June, and tourism activities may recommence in October.

Internal restrictions:
A Public Health Emergency is in place until 29 June.
The curfew in the Greater Male’ area which includes Male’, Vilimale’ and Hulhumale’ has been extended for 14 days, effective from 12 June to 26 June. Entry and exit from the Greater Male’ area is also banned for the duration of this curfew. Under new restrictions, effective from 15th June onwards, no permits are required for movement within the Greater Male’ area from 5 am to 9.30 pm, after which movement is restricted to authorised personnel only.
There are no travel restrictions between islands without Covid-19 cases. Travel to and from islands with confirmed Covid-19 cases are restricted. Public and mass gatherings have been banned, including parties, ceremonies, picnics, swimming, group sports, social events and gatherings of any size at people’s homes. Social distancing measures have been put in place and no gatherings of more than 3 people are allowed in any public space.
Travel from and to resorts from all inhabited islands is suspended. All excursion activities (such as day trips to picnic islands, fishing and dolphin watching) from all islands, resorts, safaris and guesthouses are now banned across the country until further notice.
Public spaces like parks or sports grounds are open with hand hygiene measures and washing stations in place.
On 24 March 2020, following the Director-General of Public Health’s announcement that all incoming passengers will be quarantined for 14 days, the Ministry of Economic Development announced new restrictions for foreign nationals working in the Maldives.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

A completed "Health Declaration Card" and an "Immigration Arrival Card" must be presented upon arrival.
MaliAll commercial flights arriving from affected areas are suspended, with the exemption of trade related flights and cargo. UNHAS Ops still running. All land borders closed except for freight trucks.

International restrictions:
The government has prohibited flights coming from countries with confirmed cases of COVID-19. This led to cancellation of commercial flights into and out of Mali (cargos excluded). The Malian government has also closed land borders to passenger traffic. Travelers should be prepared for additional travel restrictions to go into effect with little or no advance notice. All land borders closed except for freight trucks. The Government of Mali has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
Face masks are mandatory in public. Sporting events, festivals, and gatherings larger than 50 people have been banned, and bars and night clubs have also been closed. Vehicle occupancy has been restricted to promote social distancing. The work schedule for all government offices (with the exception of defense, security, and health) has been reduced to 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The General Directorate for Commerce and Competition set price limits for essential goods, including sugar, rice, cooking oil, and bread.

Relaxation in restrictions:
The daily curfew imposed on March 26, 2020 was lifted on May 9, 2020.
The government has on 2 June have allowed students with mandatory exams to return to schools and universities, but schools remain closed to most students.
The Government of Mali has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Travelers should be prepared for additional travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice. All travelers who present themselves in Mali will receive at air and land ports of entry a systematic temperature measurement, as well as the recommendations of the Government of Mali on measures of self-isolation, individual and collective hygiene, and a toll free number (36 0 61).

All passengers are subject to the 14 days of mandatory quarantine at home or hotel. During the self-isolation period monitoring of temperature is obligated.

Travelers arriving with fever (temperature above 37.5 degrees C/99.5 degrees F) from countries severely affected by COVID-19 will be subjected to self-isolation for 14 days and will receive daily follow-up by a Government of Mali medical team. Travelers arriving with fever (temperature above 37.5 degrees C/99.5 degrees F) and other respiratory signs and symptoms from countries severely affected by COVID-19 will be transported to an isolation site for further testing.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival, all passengers must submit a signed confinement commitment form to the health officer. All passengers shall be tested on COVID-19. On arrival at the Bamako airport, passengers will have their passports confiscated by the authorities for 2 weeks, the quarantine duration.
MaltaMalta is welcoming travellers from 18 European nations - including the Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia, Ireland, Finland, Slovakia, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, Cyprus, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Lithuania, Israel, Luxembourg and those from the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily - on 1 July with ‘everyone else’ able to visit two weeks later, from 15 July. (Evening Standard, 20.06.2020)

1. Flights to Malta are suspended.
- This does not apply to ferry flights, humanitarian flights and repatriation flights.
2. Passengers and airline crew must self-quarantine for 14 days.
3. A completed Public Health Passenger Locator Form must be presented to a handling agent upon arrival.

*****International restrictions:
All travellers arriving into the country will be required self-quarantine for 14 days. Malta International Airport in Luqa is operational to facilitate the arrival and departure of cargo, humanitarian and repatriation flights. All inbound flights are suspended until further notice. The authorities may in special cases exempt individual flights. Ports in the capital Valletta remain closed. Boats transport and ferries connections are suspended.

*****Internal restrictions:
Schools and other educational institutions are closed. Museums and tourist sites, shops, gyms, hairdressers, swimming pools, restaurants and bars have re-opened but with restrictions on the number of customers allowed entry and an ability to maintain social distancing. Passengers on public transport and clients of commercial entities are required to wear face masks. Travel restrictions on travel between Malta and Gozo have been relaxed. Public gatherings of more than 75 people are banned and social distancing of 2m is encouraged. Vulnerable people including those over 65 may return to work and leave their homes. Full information is available on the coronavirus advice page.
A 14-day quarantine is mandatory upon arrival. After 1st of July, this will be eased for a selection of destinations with which MT is establishing travel corridors, based on epidemiological criteria. Only travellers resident for the previous 4 weeks in one of the travel corridor countries shall be eligible to benefit from this arrangement. Transit passengers who do not fulfil the above requirement will not be eligible.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Marshall IslandsBan on incoming travelers extended to 5 July amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns (News Hub, 14.06.2020)

International restrictions:
Total suspension of international travellers coming into the Marshall Islands has been extended to 5 June.

Domestic passenger air travel between Kwajalein and Majuro will only be permitted on Air Marshall Islands.
The RMI government announced on February 15, 2020 the construction of a new eight-bed isolation unit to be built and ready within the next 30 daysCOVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Martinique1. Passengers are not allowed to enter the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers who reside in the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for urgent health reasons.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for imperative business reasons.
2. A completed International Travel Certificate must be presented prior to boarding and to Immigration upon arrival or when transiting the French West Indies. The certificate must be obtained before departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr
3. Passengers must go through a medical examination upon arrival and are subject to quarantine for a period of 14 days.
- This does not apply to healthcare professionals related to Coronavirus (Covid-19).
- This does not apply to airline crew.

All international flights suspended until further notice. Only residents and citizens are allowed entry.
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
No cruise ships/passenger ships of over 100 people are allowed into the territorial waters of the French islands.


Internal restrictions: From 11 May, the first stage of relaxation of measures will begin nationwide. From 11 May, the use of face masks by anyone aged over 11 years will be mandatory on public transport, with offenders subject to a 135-Euro fine. In public places, the wearing of face masks is highly recommended. Further related measures may vary by location. Gatherings of a maximum of ten people are now allowed. Many businesses have reopened, but cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, ski resorts and all other non-essential businesses remain closed. Public parks and secondary education institutions may reopen 18 May.
Passengers are subject to quarantine for a period of 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Passengers must go through a medical examination upon arrival.
MauritaniaAll airports in Mauritania are closed.

International restrictions:
The lockdown measures will remain in place until further notice. International flights remain banned for the duration of the lockdown unless explicitly stated otherwise. People in direct contact with someone who tested positive will be quarantined. A number of border crossing have been closed with screening measures deployed to the crossings that remain open at: Bir 75 (Wilaya Tiris Zemour), Boghé (Wilaya Brakna), Rosso (Wilaya Trarza), Douinkara (Fassala, Wilaya Hodh Echarghi), Gougui Zemal (Wilaya Hodh El Gharbi), Gouraye (Wilaya Of Guidimagha), Kaedi (Wilaya Gorgol) and PK 55 (Wilaya D. Nouadhibou).
The land border with Mali is closed, except for freight trucks.

Internal restrictions:
A curfew is in place from 18.00 to 06.00 . All internal movements between the different wilayas of the country are prohibited. Exceptions will be made for health care teams and freight trucks. Until further notice.

Relaxation in restrictions
The isolation of the city of Kaedi has been lifted by the government. However, on 19 May, national authorities decided to isolate the two cities of Kiffa and Nouakchott due to an increase of confirmed cases. On 6 May, restaurants (only for home delivery) and markets in the regional capitals were allowed to reopen. As of 8 May, collective prayers have reconvened.
•According to press sources, the last travelers entering Mauritania have been quarantined in dedicated local hotels.
•Due to the constantly evolving situation, we cannot confirm the quarantine procedures upon entry into neighboring countries or upon entry into Mauritania.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Mauritius1. Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit until 31 August 2020.
- This does not apply to nationals or residents of Mauritius, their spouses and children. They are subject to quarantine.
2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next scheduled flight.

*****Internal restrictions:
Effective June 1, 2020, the government of Mauritius announced the easing of confinement measures. [http://pmo.govmu.org/English/News/Pages/Cabinet_Decisions_taken_on_12_June_2020-pdf.aspx]. Restrictions on the movement of people are no longer in effect, however, social distancing regulations remain in place. Beaches, public gardens, and other places or events of significant social gathering remain prohibited. The majority of non-essential businesses are permitted to open subject to regulations outlined by the Ministry of Health. Effective June 15, 2020, an additional easing of confinement measures was implemented. Certain health regulations remain in place including temperature screenings and mandatory face coverings. All non-essential services and businesses are permitted to open, subject to provisions outlined by the authorities.



Individuals who have had possible exposure to COVID-19 are placed into quarantine for approximately 14 days. There are at least 25 quarantine centers, including resort hotels, over the island.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Mayotte1. A completed International Travel Certificate must be presented prior to boarding and to Immigration upon arrival or when transiting Mayotte. The certificate must be obtained before departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr.
2. Passengers must go through a medical examination upon arrival and are subject to quarantine for a period of 14 days.
- This does not apply to healthcare professionals related to Coronavirus (Covid-19).
- This does not apply to airline crew.

*****International restrictions: Only French nationals and residents are authorised to enter (see France). Dzaoudzi Pamandzi International Airport remains closed until further notice.

*****Internal restrictions:
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March 2020 to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction. Please see the Travel Advice for France for more information on Covid-19.Please check Mayotte public health advice for more information. If you are returning to France from a coronavirus affected area the French authorities have issued advice in English [https://solidarites-sante.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/covid-19_affiche_aeroport_en.25.02.pdf].
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
MexicoA completed "Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros" must be presented to "immigration" upon arrival. The form can be found at https://afac.hostingerapp.com/ .

*****International restrictions:
The shared border with the US is closed to non-essential travel until 22 June.
Mandatory health screening measures have been implemented at several ports of entry, causing significant travel disruption, particularly in Nuevo Leon and Sonora. Authorities in Tamaulipas state have prohibited entry into Mexico for non-essential travellers based on the last digit of their license plate through May 30. Travel is prohibited as follows: 0-1 for Mondays, 2-3 for Tuesdays, 4-5 for Wendesdays, 6-7 for Thursdays and 8-9 for Fridays. Non-essential travel is not prohibited on the weekends in Tamaulipas and only four individuals are allowed to travel in the same vehicle. Flag carrier Aeromexico announced that it would suspend 17 international routes and reduce flights in another 23, including a 40% reduction in its scheduled flights to Europe. Several international airlines have also announced suspensions or reductions.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
The number of confirmed and suspected cases is still increasing daily in several regions of Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico State, Puebla, Tabasco, and Jalisco currently report the highest number of confirmed active cases for the preceding two-week period. Hospital occupancy rates are also increasing, with the highest levels in Mexico City, Mexico State, Guerrero, Sonora, and Morelos. Mexican health authorities have reiterated calls for people to stay home during this time.
Sixteen of Mexico’s states are designated “red” under the federal system from June 15 to June 21 (Baja California, Chiapas, Mexico City, Colima, Mexico State, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tlaxcala, and Veracruz). Under red, only essential activities are allowed. Essential activities include: the provision of medical services and supplies, grocery delivery services, operation of grocery stores, restaurant delivery and carryout services, assurance of public safety, maintenance of fundamental economic functions and government social programs, work in critical infrastructure, construction, and manufacturing of transportation equipment. Hotels are limited to 25 percent occupancy for guests working on critical activities. Parks are also limited to 25 percent occupancy. Schools in Mexico are closed.
Sixteen of Mexico’s states are designated “orange” under the federal system from June 15 to June 21 (Aguascalientes, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nuevo León, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Yucatán, and Zacatecas). Under orange, hotels, restaurants, barbershops, open-air parks, and gyms are limited to 50 percent capacity. Markets and supermarkets will operate at 75 percent capacity. Additionally, shopping malls, churches, cinemas, theaters, museums, and cultural events will be limited to 25 percent capacity.
Some states and municipalities have implemented additional restrictions on public gatherings, transportation, business operations, and government operations if health conditions warrant and/or developed separate stoplight systems from those at the federal level. Several states and municipalities have imposed curfews and movement restrictions on non-essential activities and have required citizens to wear masks when outside their homes. In some areas, officials may issue fines and/or arrest and detain individuals found to be in violation of stay at home orders. Please see additional information on these restrictions and links to state COVID-19 websites in the “Local Resources” section on our website. This information is not comprehensive and is subject to change without notice. Please confirm directly with local government and other trusted sources for more information on closures and restrictions in different Mexican states and municipalities.
There are no mandatory quarantine policies currently in effect in Mexico for confirmed or suspected cases. The Mexican government encourages people experiencing the symptoms of COVID-19, fever, cough, headaches, throat pain, or constant sneezing, to stay at home for 14 days, consult with, and comply with the instructions of your local healthcare provider.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Mandatory questionnaire to be fulfilled electronically by passengers at [please copy and paste link into your browser]: http://afac.000webhostapp.com/
- Temperature screening for all arrivals
- Visual inspection of passengers by the local authority
- Medical evaluation in site.
Micronesia (Federated States of)Limited commercial flights are available with United Airlines. All travellers and all cargo vessels and tankers are banned from entry. Airline flight crew, humanitarian support aircraft or vessels are exempted.
Those exempted are required to remain in the airport or seaport with no contact with local workers or authorities.
People who are allowed entry might be subject to a 14-day self-quarantine.
The government has banned all citizens from travelling to any country with confirmed COVID-19 cases. Exemptions may be granted for essential purposes recommended by the Federated States of Micronesia Emergency Task Force.

Internal restrictions:
Domestic air and sea travel within the states is permitted, provided there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases within any of the states. The nationwide state of public health emergency has been extended until at least 31 May.
People who are allowed entry might be subject to a 14-day self-quarantine. Quarantine facilities are available in Pohnpei and Yap and Chuuk States.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Midway Island
Monaco1. Passengers arriving from a non-Schengen Member State are not allowed to enter France.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals of France, their spouses and children;
- nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and an EEA Member State, their spouses and children, on their way home;
- British nationals, their spouses and children, on their way home;
- passengers with a residence permit issued by France;
- passengers with a residence permit issued by Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican City (Holy See) or an EEA Member State, on their way home;
- healthcare professionals and researchers related to Coronavirus (COVID-19);
- personnel of diplomatic and consular missions and international organizations headquartered or having an office in France, their spouses and children;
- merchant seamen.
2. A completed International Travel Certificate must be presented prior to boarding and to Immigration upon arrival or when transiting France. The certificate must be obtained before departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr.
3. Passengers are subject to quarantine or isolation.
4. Passengers must complete a declaration on honor to state that they do not have symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The declaration must be dated with the name and signature of the passenger.

*****Internal restrictions:
While shops are now allowed to be open, customer numbers are limited to allow for social distancing. The same applies to places of worship. Minimal social distancing of at least 1.5 metres remains in place and should be kept at all times. Masks will remain strongly recommended, and are currently being distributed to the country’s citizens and all residents. They are compulsory on public transport and indoors. Cruise ships are banned from docking and it remains unclear when this restriction will be relaxed. The Heliport is open to private Helicopter charters only. For questions specifically related to COVID-19 call 92 05 55 00 (available 7/7 from 9.00 to 18.00 (local time) or write to [email protected]

*****Relaxation of Restrictions
There will be a further relaxation of measures in June (date not yet announced): Reopening of restaurants and cafes, casinos, and possibility to organise individual sporting activities individually outdoors.More information: [https://www.gouv.mc/A-la-Une-du-Portail/CORONAVIRUS-Bilan-du-week-end-en-Principaute-de-Monaco]
Voluntary quarantine for travellers from countries demanding it for French travellers, by applying a principle of reciprocity (United Kingdom and Spain)COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
MongoliaAll international passenger flights and railway transportations will be suspended until 31 May.

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Mongolia.
- This does not apply to nationals of Mongolia.
- This does not apply to residents of Mongolia who are direct family members of a national of Mongolia.
- This does not apply to accredited staff and their direct family members of diplomatic missions and offices of international organizations in Mongolia.
- This does not apply to international freight transport drivers and railway train personnel of Mongolia, Russian Fed. and China (People's Rep.).
2. Nationals of Mongolia will be placed in quarantine for 21 days at designated facilities upon arrival. After the quarantine period ends, they shall be under self-isolation at home for 14 days.
3. Residents of Mongolia who are direct family members of a national of Mongolia will be placed in quarantine for 21 days at designated facilities upon arrival. After the quarantine period ends, they shall be under self-isolation at home for 14 days.
4. Accredited staff and their direct family members of diplomatic missions and offices of international organizations in Mongolia will be quarantined for 21 days at designated facilities upon arrival. After the quarantine period ends, they shall be under self-isolation at home for 14 days.

*****International restrictions:
Mongolia has extended a ban on all international travel and prohibited entry to all foreigners, even those with family ties to Mongolian citizens or who hold legal residency visas. It is currently not possible to enter or exit Mongolia due to restrictions imposed by the Mongolian Government, including the suspension of all international flights and rail until at least 30 June, the closure to foreign nationals of all road border crossings to and from Russia, and the closure of all borders between China and Mongolia.

*****Internal restrictions:
Precautionary measures introduced by the Mongolian authorities include: the banning of entry into Mongolia of all foreign nationals, the suspension of all international air and rail routes until at least 30 June. You should check the status of any upcoming flights or trains into and out of Mongolia with your airline, the closure to foreign nationals of road crossings between Mongolia and Russia, the closure of all borders between China and Mongolia until further notice, the closure of all schools, kindergartens, universities, and higher education institutions until 1 September 2020, the prohibition of all public gatherings, events and meetings, such as conferences, sporting events, and concerts until 30 June 2020.
All travelers to Mongolia are subject to quarantine for 21 days upon arrival. Mongolian public-health authorities request that individuals arriving in Mongolia from any foreign country, i.e., every traveler arriving in Mongolia from overseas, will be quarantined under observation at NCCD for 21 days then self-quarantine at home for another 14 days after dismissed from hospital.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
MontenegroAs of 20 May, Montenegro reopened the Podgorica (TDG) and Tivat (TIV) airports to private and business flights. The first commercial flights have been announced for next Monday, June 8, by Air Serbia from Belgrade, followed by Wizz Air on June 9 from Memmingen and Budapest. However, these are subject to change. (exYUAviation, 03.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Montenegro.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Montenegro.
- This does not apply to passengers residing in and arriving from Albania, Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, China (People's Rep.), Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Costa Rica, Cote d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Dominica, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Guyana, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland (Rep.), Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea (Rep.), Kosovo (Rep.), Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Dem. Rep., Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Norway, Palestinian Territory, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Switzerland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Yemen, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
2. Nationals and residents of Montenegro are subject to self-isolate for 14 days.
- This does not apply if arriving from Albania, Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, China (People's Rep.), Comoros, Congo, Congo (Dem. Rep.), Costa Rica, Cote d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Dominica, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Guyana, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland (Rep.), Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea (Rep.), Kosovo (Rep.), Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Dem. Rep., Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Norway, Palestinian Territory, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Switzerland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Viet Nam, Yemen, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

*****International restrictions:
The Montenegrin Government has re-opened its borders to residents of certain countries that meet an epidemiological criterion of 25 or fewer coronavirus cases per 100,000 population) without a requirement for testing prior to entry. European countries currently on this list (updated weekly) are Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Croatia, Ireland, Iceland, Cyprus, Kosovo, Latvia, , Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Monaco, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland. Entry into Montenegro from countries not on this list, including the UK, is restricted to those with Montenegrin residence permits.
All international bus and railway services have also been suspended. There is also an entry ban for cruisers and yachts to ports: Bar, Budva, Kotor, Kumbor Port – Portonovi, Tivat (Gat I and Gat II) and Zelenika. Montenegrin authorities have banned entry for foreigners - except for those with temporary or permanent residence and cargo drivers - and imposed a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all travellers entering from abroad. People who have been put into self-isolation for 14 days by the Sector for Health and Sanitary Inspection must now serve an additional 14-day quarantine.

*****Internal restrictions:
Everyone on public transport (including planes and taxis), and in all public and private health institutions are required to wear a facemask or covering. Visiting people receiving treatment in healthcare institutions and people in social and childcare institutions remains banned. Public gatherings involving more than 200 people are banned. Access to private and public beaches is allowed. A distance of at least 2 metres between sunbeds / other beach occupants is required, unless visitors are members of the same family household. Indoor and outdoor group sport activities are allowed, with a requirement to split sport teams into smaller groups wherever possible. Social distancing of two metres is highly recommended.
All those entering Montenegro should expect to be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in state-arranged accommodation. All those who were quarantined or self-isolating and who test positive for the coronavirus and are unable to continue self-isolation in their place of residence will be subjected to compulsory institutional isolation. The same rule applies for those who have received hospital treatment for coronavirus and recovered but have not passed two sequential negative coronavirus results; and to those who arrived in Montenegro from abroad and subsequently tested positive for the coronavirus.

Residents from: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Croatia, Ireland, Iceland, Cyprus, Kosovo, Latvia, , Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Monaco, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerlan do not need to quarantine.

COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
MontserratPassengers are not allowed to enter Montserrat.
- This does not apply to passengers from Montserrat.
- This does not apply to passengers who have a permit of permanent residence.
- This does not apply to husband, wife, child or other dependents of a person who is from or resides in Montserrat.

*****Inbound Restrictions
The Government of Montserrat has introduced enhanced health screening and all new arrivals will need to self-isolate for a 14 day period. Individuals who exhibit signs of the virus may face quarantining at the discretion of the Medical Officer.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
From 9 June there will be a nightly curfew from 10pm to 5am. Most businesses are open outside of curfew hours, although all must adhere to social distancing rules. No gatherings of more than 10 people are allowed. From 15 June bars and restaurants are allowed to open, so long as they adhere to social distancing rules and have approval from the Ministry of Health. From 9 June, schools are now open to a limited number of pupils. Visit the Government of Montserrat’s website [ http://www.gov.ms/latest-on-the-coronavirus/]for more information.
All new arrivals will need to self-isolate for a 14 day period.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
MoroccoThe country also announced the resumption of domestic flights. Transport activities, according to the statement will reopen, according to specific conditions. (MWN, 21.06.2020)
Government to begin easing COVID-19 lockdown measures, will lift State of Emergency on 10 July (Reuters, 09.06.2020)

Flights to Morocco are suspended.
- This does not apply to VIP flights with an authorization issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco.

*****International restrictions:
All commercial flights to or from Morocco have now been suspended. Passenger ferry links between Morocco and Spain and Gibraltar have also been suspended. The Government of Morocco has not announced when it will allow international commercial flights or ferries to resume. The land border between Algeria and Morocco is closed. If arriving by private boat, you must enter the country at a recognised port of entry. Entry through other ports will be considered illegal.

*****Internal Restrictions:
The Moroccan Government announced on 9 June a further extension to the State of Health Emergency until 10 July, along with details of its strategy for easing restrictive measures. The strategy, which comes into effect from 11 June, categorises provinces/prefectures in Morocco into two zones according to the pandemic situation in each province/prefecture. Economic and industrial activities (some of which have already resumed) as well as small businesses will reopen, but restaurants and coffee shops (unless for takeaway/delivery), Turkish baths, cinemas and theatres remain closed. The wearing of face masks in public spaces remains mandatory. Zone 1: Residents of prefectures and provinces categorised as zone 1 will be allowed to move within the borders of their prefecture/province without the need to show an an exceptional certificate of movement. Public transport, hairdressing and beauty salons can operate, but will have to limit their capacity to 50%. Public parks and gardens will reopen and individual exercising (running, walking and biking) will be permitted after 11 June in zone 1 prefectures/provinces, but gatherings, including those for wedding celebrations or funerals, remain prohibited. Whilst residents of these prefectures/provinces will be permitted to circulate freely without the need for a permit, this only applies within their administrative borders. A permit will still be required to move to a different prefecture/province (even if both are categorised as zone 1. Zone 2: For residents of prefectures and provinces categorised as zone 2, an exceptional certificate of movement is still required to travel to work or go shopping. Opening hours for businesses and shops have been extended to close at 8pm. Gatherings, including for wedding celebrations or funerals, remain prohibited.
To obtain an “exceptional certificate of movement”, download the certificate from the Moroccan Ministry of Interior website. As an official certificate, which exists only in Arabic, it needs to be completed with the necessary details of movement, signed and countersigned by the nearest local government representative. Schools, universities and all public amenities and public spaces, including theatres, cinemas, gyms and swimming pools have been shut to the general public. Restaurants and bars have been closed, but food delivery services continue to operate. The Moroccan authorities have announced that wearing a mask outside your home is now mandatory. Failing to respect the rules can lead to a prison sentence of up to three months or a fine of up to MAD 1300.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Beginning at midnight on June 24, citizens and residents of Zone 1 will face fewer restrictions on movement and enjoy reopened cafes and restaurants.
Cafes and restaurants will be permitted to provide dine-in services so long as they operate at 50% capacity.
The country will also allow the resumption of commercial activities in Zone 1, allowing major commercial complexes to reopen according to “specific conditions.”
The ministries also announced the reopening of leisure and entertainment spaces, such as gyms and hammams, given that they operate at no more than 50% of their capacity.
All audiovisual and film production activities in Morocco will re-launch.
Highways and public roads will also reopen between cities, along with railways.
The eased measures in Zone 1 will allow movement between cities and regions classified within the zone. Citizens and residents should carry their national electronic identity cards at all times but no longer need exceptional movement permits.
The country will also reopen beaches, but visitors must respect social distancing.
Sports fields will also re-open.
Residents of Zone 1 will also be able to enjoy domestic tourism activities provided that hotels and accommodation facilities do not exceed 50% of their capacity.
Zone 2 lockdown easing measures. The ministries provided more lockdown relaxations for Zone 2. Citizens and residents in Zone 2 provinces can move within the zone without an exceptional movement permit.
People wishing to travel outside of Zone 2 should have a permit signed by local authorities.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Mozambique1. Passengers arriving from countries with cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) or who have been in contact with infected persons are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
2. Airline crew who disembark are subject to quarantine during their rotation/rest period of maximum of 24 hours.
Embassies, consulates, and ports of entry of Mozambique have suspended issuances of visas, and previously issued visas are no longer valid.
National carrier LAM Mozambique Airlines continues to operate domestic flights.

*****International Restrictions:
The Ressano-Garcia / Lebombo post near Komatipoort is the only open land border between South Africa and Mozambique, for cargo only. The food supply chain between South Africa and Mozambique has not yet been disrupted by a 21-day lockdown in South Africa that began March 27.

*****Internal Restrictions:
The Mozambican Government has extended the national State of Emergency for a second time until 30 June. These regulations have imposed restrictions on movement across international borders and within the country, and include: suspension of issuance of official documents (e.g. visas and travel documents, vehicle registrations, drivers’ licenses, and marriage certificates);
automatic extension of all DIRE and temporary visas until June 30, 2020, even if expired; automatic extension of drivers’ licenses, identity cards, and car vehicle import clearances until June 30, 2020; strict quarantine regime (see information below); use of face masks in all public places, on public and private communal transport, and in any gathering of people; continued closure of all schools; prohibition of cultural, recreational, and sports activities in public spaces; closure of entertainment establishments, including museums, theaters, libraries, bars, pools, and gyms;
closure of all beaches for leisure activities with the exception of physical fitness activities; suspension of religious services and celebrations in all places of worship; reduction of workforce to 1/3 present at work place with turnover of teams every 15 days; continued business at markets from 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. subject to recommendation of competent health authorities and implementation of prevention and control measures within the markets; penalization of non-compliance with State of Emergency measures under criminal law.
The Mozambican Government has mandated a 14-day self-quarantine for the following: all arrivals, regardless of citizenship or prior travel; and all persons who have had direct contact with confirmed cases of COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Myanmar1. Visa issuance is suspended.
2. Flights to Myanmar are suspended.
- This does not apply to relief flights.
- This does not apply to medical evacuation flights.
- This does not apply to special flights approved by the Department of Civil Aviation.
3. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next departure flight.

*****International restrictions:
All inbound international commercial flights are suspended until 30 June. Exemptions are made for medical evacuation, relief, cargo flights as well as special flights approved by the country’s Department of Civil Aviation. Land borders with Bangladesh, China, India, Laos and Thailand are closed until further notice. However, the borders remain open for trade. All types of visa except for diplomats residing in Myanmar and airline/shipping industry professionals are suspended. Those still allowed to enter must complete a 28 day quarantine, which includes 21 days in a quarantine centre and seven days of self-isolation at their residence. They must also have a valid COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their arrival to Myanmar. Foreign visitors who are still allowed to enter Myanmar are only allowed to enter Myanmar via Mandalay, Naypyitaw and Yangon International Airports. All travellers, including Myanmar nationals, will be subject to a quarantine at designated facilities. All foreign nationals are required to present a health certificate confirming they have not been infected with COVID-19 (dated no more than 72 hours prior to departure), including for domestic flights. Diplomats are also required to present a health certificate confirming they have not been infected with COVID-19 (dated no more than 72 hours prior to departure) and will be subject to 14-day home quarantine upon arrival in Myanmar. Foreign travellers coming from or who have been to Hubei province of China or Daegu city and North Gyeongsang province of South Korea in the past 14 days are barred from entry. Myanmar nationals returning from these locations will be quarantined for 14 days at government quarantine facilities.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
Domestic flights have gradually resumed operations from 1 May.
Most inter-provincial bus services have resumed from 14 May, with exception to busses to areas with ongoing curfews. Gatherings of more than five people for non-essential purposes are banned. Government employees, factory workers, and emergency healthcare workers are exempt from the order. Some businesses have been granted ‘workshop certificates' to allow them to reopen from 14 May. Mandalay region: A curfew from 00.00 to 04.00 is in effect. Naypyitaw Union Territory: A curfew from 00.00 to 04.00 is in effect. Sagaing region: A curfew from 00.00 to 04.00 is in effect. Residents are only allowed to undertake essential movement during curfew hours. Checkpoints have been erected across the region. Shan state: A curfew from 00.00 to 04.00 is in effect until 19 May, except for Kokang, Mong La and Wa townships. Yangon region: A curfew from 00.00 to 04.00 is in effect until at least 18 June, during which people are only allowed to leave their residences for essential activities. It is mandatory to wear facemasks in public. Large gatherings and celebrations are cancelled. Five townships in Yangon remain under stay-at-home orders, further restricting any non-essential movement outside of residences. These are: Bahan, Insein, Mayangone, Pabedan and South Okkalapa. The Yangon Region Transport Authority announced the resumption of the majority of inter-township bus services from 14 May. Bus services to townships with enhanced internal restrictions remain suspended. Similar curfews are also in place in Bago region, Kachin state, Karen state and Myawaddy (Kayin state).

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Restaurants and bars are slowly reopening with social distancing measures in place.
All incoming travellers are required to present a medical certificate showing that they have no symptoms of acute respiratory illness (fever and cough or shortness of breath) before boarding any airline destinated for Burma. They will be required to undergo quarantine in a Burmese government facility for 21 days after arriving in Burma, followed by a 7-day home quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
NamibiaWalvis Bay airport temporarily closed after two residents tested positive for COVID-19; flights canceled until 8 June (Reuters, 01.06.2020)
International restrictions:
There is an entry ban in place for citizens of all countries. All inbound and outbound travel is suspended until at least 30 June. Namibian citizens and permanent residents will be allowed in under special conditions, but will face a 14-day period of self-quarantine. Citizens and residents are also barred from leaving during this period. Land borders and ports are closed. Air Namibia has suspended all flights. However, domestic flights have resumed. Private charter flights can only land at Hosea Kutako International (WDH), which serves the capital Windhoek, and Walvis Bay International (WVB, Erongo region) airports.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency has been declared. Nationwide lockdown until 4 May. People have been asked to remain at home during this period, with the exception of critical work, to obtain essential goods and services, and to take exercise. All shops and businesses must close, except those providing essential services such as food outlets. Restaurants and cafes can only provide take-away services. Only one person per household is allowed to leave their home to buy essential supplies at any one time. Entry to and exit from the regions of Khomas, home to the capital Windhoek, and Erongo, where the port town of Walvis Bay is located, is prohibited. All large gatherings are banned. Schools are closed for the duration of the lockdown. From 5 May onwards, some businesses will be allowed to resume operations, and internal travel will be permitted as well. The change in restrictions will allow certain commercial outlets to resume operations again; this includes shopping malls, restaurants and beauty salons, among others. Certain informal trading and open markets in the capital Windhoek will also be allowed to operate. All such establishments can only open under strict hygiene and social distancing rules. Restaurants and cafes can only provide takeaway services. While stage two is expected to last until 1 June, the last two remaining stages are subject to strict monitoring and their implementation depends on the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Gatherings of over ten people remain prohibited and people are required to wear face masks in all public spaces.
All returning Namibians and Permanent Residents of Namibia will be subject to a 14-day supervised self-quarantine. Travelers who are considered high-risk of COVID-19 due to symptoms and recent exposure in a country with active transmission may be taken to an isolation facility for treatment.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

There will be thermo guns at all airports. All crew members and passengers shall be subjected to screening.
NauruInternational restrictions:
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. Passengers who have transited through, or have been in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Iran, Italy, Korea, Europe, USA or Asia (except Taiwan) in the past 21 days, will not be allowed to enter Nauru. Effective 16 March 2020, all persons arriving in Nauru will be required to spend up to 14 days in “approved Transition Accommodation” before entry into Nauru. All persons travelling to Nauru are required to undergo pre-travel screening. The Government of Australia has announced that from 9pm Australia Eastern Standard Time on 20 March, entry to the country will only be permitted to Australian citizens or permanent residents. This follows a similar announcement by New Zealand from 19 March. As many flight connections to and from Nauru connect in Australia and New Zealand, options to depart Nauru are likely to reduce.
Exceptions are made for travelers who have undergone medical screening and quarantine not less than 14 days, and passed a travel history review by the Nauru Health Department.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Passengers must complete a Health Declaration Card and submit it to the Health Personnel when arriving in Nauru. They will undergo health screening before entering Nauru.
Navassa Island
NepalThe suspension period of all domestic and international commercial passenger flights has been extended till July 5. (Xinhua, 14.06.2020) Nepal is planning to re-open domestic flights from as early as 15 June, allowing planes to carry only 40-50 percent of their passenger capacity. (Nepali Times, 10.06.2020)
International flights to Nepal are suspended. This does not apply to evacuation, rescue and emergency flights with a special permission from Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

1. Flights to Nepal are suspended until 5 July 2020.
- This does not apply to medical and repatriation flights.
2. Passengers are subject to self-quarantine for 14 days.
3. A completed "Passengers Locator Card" must be presented to the "health desk" upon arrival.

*****International restrictions:
The government has suspended regularly scheduled international and domestic flights until 2359 hours on July 5, 2020, As such foreign nationals are denied entry to Nepal, until at least the 06 July. Until then, Nepal’s land-based entry crossings into Nepal are closed to foreigners from third countries.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
The Government of Nepal has begun to relax the current internal movement restrictions around the country. Vehicles with number plates ending in odd numbers can travel on odd-numbered days, and vehicles with number plates ending in even numbers can travel on even-numbered days. Travel between different districts requires the prior approval of the Chief District Officer(s) concerned.

*****Relaxation Measures:
Shops are beginning to open, though many will only serve customers wearing some form of face masks. Shop openings may vary by location. Permissions for mountaineering expeditions for Spring 2020 (including existing permissions) have been suspended. According to media reports, the Government of Nepal has announced an easing to the nationwide lockdown. Some establishments, such as malls and cinemas, are still closed. Many restaurants are open for take out orders. Movement by private vehicle is permitted according to the odd-even final digit on license plates matching the final digit of the Nepali calendar date. (June 15 on the Nepali calendar is Asar 1, and there is odd-even consistency between the Nepali and Gregorian calendars until July 15.)
Suspected cases already in country will also be quarantined for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
NetherlandsAs of June 15, the Netherlands will begin accepting tourists from European countries where the health risks are similar to or lower than in the Netherlands. (OSAC, 06.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter the Netherlands until 1 July.
-This does not apply when arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
-This does not apply to nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland.
-This does not apply to British Nationals.
-This does not apply to nationals of Andorra, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), San Marino, Serbia and Vatican City (Holy See) when they transit through Netherlands to return to their country of residence.
-This does not apply to passengers with a residence permit issued to long term residents of EEA Member States, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
-This does not apply to passengers with a long-stay visa, including persons with a temporary residence permit (Machtiging Voor Voorlopig Verblijf - MVV).
-This does not apply to passengers in transit.
-This does not apply to :
- family members of nationals of Switzerland, EEA Member States and of British nationals;
- healthcare personnel;
- frontier workers;
- transport of goods personnel;
- diplomats;
- personnel of international and humanitarian organizations,
- military personnel;
- passengers traveling for emergency family reasons;
- passengers in need of international protection or for other humanitarian reasons.
2. A completed 'Health Declaration Form' for passengers departing from high risk Coronavirus (COVID-19) countries must be presented prior to boarding any aircraft with destination the Netherlands.
3. Passengers departing from high risk Coronavirus (COVID-19) countries are instructed to immediately self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Commercial flight options are reduced. However, national carrier KLM airline has since 4 May increased the number of flights to destinations in Europe, including: Barcelona, Madrid, Roma, Milan, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw and Helsinki. Wearing of face masks is compulsory on all KLM flights. Thalys services: all passengers are required to wear a face masks. From 9 June, the rail operator will increase train frequency, notably for the route from Amsterdam, Dortmund and Paris.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Dutch government has started to relax domestic coronavirus measures. The latest information on the Dutch government’s response to the coronavirus can be found here (in English) [https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/tackling-new-coronavirus-in-the-netherlands]. From 1 June 2020 it became a requirement for passengers aged 13 and over to wear a non-medical face mask on trams, buses, water buses, metros and trains. Passengers who do not wear a face mask on public transport after 1 June can be fined €95. In stations, on platforms and at bus and tram stops face masks are not required, but people must stay 1.5 metres away from others. Public transport should be used for essential travel only. Users should avoid rush hour and keep as far apart as possible. Cinemas, restaurants, cafes, and museums will be allowed to re-open on June 1 with certain conditions. Reservations will be required and the government will impose a 30 person maximum occupancy limit, including staff. Effective July 1, campgrounds and vacation parks will re-open and the maximum occupancy limit for cinemas, restaurants, cafes, and museums will rise to 100. Organized meetings up to 100 people will also be permitted. Gyms, saunas, casinos, and sports/dance schools may possibly be permitted to re-open on July 1 as well, pending a final review and announcement by the Dutch government at the end of June.
Travellers from high-risk COVID-19 areas are urged to quarantine for two weeks. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) maintains a list of airports in areas with a high risk of contamination. For example, tourists from Sweden and the United Kingdom should go into quarantine for 14 days. The Dutch government has implemented a 14-day self-isolation requirement for passengers arriving in the Netherlands from locations that are considered high-risk areas for coronavirus infection [https://www.netherlandsworldwide.nl/documents/publications/2020/04/05/letter-self-quarantine-and-other-coronavirus-measures]COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
New CaledoniaInternational restrictions:
All international flights to and from New Caledonia are suspended. French residents are able to transit through the country on their way to France.
All passengers arriving in New Caledonia will be self-isolated for 21 days at their home or hotel. Checks will be undertaken by the local authorities.
Passengers with symptoms (cough and fever) will be placed in quarantine at the hospital until their screening test is negative.


*****Relaxation of restrictions:
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction. Domestic flights have resumed. The authorities have lifted the majority of COVID-19 related restrictions. Free movement and opening of businesses is allowed. Schools have reopened. However, public gatherings of more than 50 people are still not allowed.
Travelers arriving in New Caledonia are required to self-isolate for 21 days on arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
New ZealandPrime minister lifts COVID-19 measures from 9 June; border closure restrictions to remain (Reuters, 08.06.2020)
*****International Restrictions:
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of New Zealand (including Cook Isl., Niue, Tokelau).
- This does not apply to the immediate family members of nationals of New Zealand.
- This does not apply to passengers with a permanent resident visa and their immediate family members.
- This does not apply to accredited diplomats residing in New Zealand.
- This does not apply to nationals of Australia ordinarily resident in New Zealand.
2. Passengers are not allowed to transit.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of New Zealand and their immediate family members, if they are residing in Australia and transiting through New Zealand to return to Australia.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Australia and their immediate family members, if they are transiting through New Zealand to return to Australia.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Chile or Fiji and their immediate family members, if they are transiting through New Zealand to return to Chile.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China (People's Rep.), Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, North Macedonia (Rep.), Norway, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Isl., South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA , Uruguay and their immediate family members, if they are transiting through New Zealand to return directly to one of the above countries.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China (People's Rep.), Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, North Macedonia (Rep.), Norway, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Isl., South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA, Uruguay and their immediate family members, if they are transiting through New Zealand to first reach Canada, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Malaysia, Qatar or USA, in order to return to one of the above countries.
3. Passengers will be subject to mandatory isolation at a Government facility for 14 days on arrival.
- This does not apply to passengers transiting through New Zealand.
4. Airline crew must use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). They are not subject to mandatory isolation.

*****Transit:
New Zealand has entered into reciprocal transit arrangements with numerous countries in order to make it easier for citizens to return to their home countries. Nationals of countries party to the transit agreements must also meet strict criteria to transit via New Zealand. Those requirements include that transiting passengers: Must remain airside; Cannot enter New Zealand; Have a maximum ten-hour window to leave on their onward flight; Must have no COVID-19 symptoms, no contact with a suspected or confirmed case and not be awaiting test results; and Must have confirmation from the airline that they will be permitted to board for their entire journey – as well as confirmation prior to boarding that their destination country will permit arrival.

*****Internal restrictions:
The New Zealand Government has introduced a four-level national COVID-19 alert system. At 2359 local time on Monday 8 June 2020, New Zealand moved to Alert Level 1 meaning people can gather and return to work, school, sports and domestic travel without restriction. New Zealand’s border restrictions remain in place and public health measures remain unchanged (wash hands and high-touch surfaces regularly, stay home if sick, and get tested if symptomatic). Full details on the New Zealand Government’s coronavirus national response alert system and the requirements for each level can be found on the New Zealand Government COVID-19 website [https://uniteforrecovery.govt.nz/]
Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days. This does not apply to passengers in transit.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All arriving passengers will be required to complete a health registration form. Airlines are required to distribute the form and make cabin announcements.
Passengers with any COVID-19 symptoms on arrival, will be tested for COVID-19 and be placed in an approved quarantine facility for 14 days or until they have been symptom-free for at least 48 hours.
NicaraguaAirports in Nicaragua are closed.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights with a flight authorization requested 72 hours prior to flight. The passenger manifest must be submitted with the request.

*****International restrictions:
While the Nicaraguan government has not officially imposed any restrictions as a result of the worldwide outbreak, borders and airports are effectively closed.
Officially, travelers do not need any particular documentation to enter/exit Nicaragua. Unless arriving from a country with known yellow fever risk, then one must demonstrate vaccination against yellow fever at least 10 days prior to entering zone of risk.
Airport and immigration officials in Nicaragua have required travelers to report if they have visited any of the countries significantly affected by COVID-19 and have requested negative coronavirus tests. Arriving travelers will be screened, and those showing symptoms will be quarantined.

Nicaraguan government closes border with Costa Rica (AP, 18.05.2020)

*****Internal restrictions:
Precautionary health measures should be followed and travellers should keep up to date with information and measures introduced by the authorities. For COVID-19 related queries, dial 132.
The Nicaraguan government has not officially imposed any quarantine policies.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Screening measures (thermal screening, questionnaires, interviews) being implemented at the airport. Passengers required to fill out a health form.
Niger*****International restrictions:
14 day self-isolation is mandatory. All land borders are closed except for freight transportation. All international flights to and from Niger are suspended,. The suspension does not apply to domestic, sanitary, and military flights. All travellers suspected to be positive for the virus will be held until confirmed in allocated facilities. UNHAS Flights suspended.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
Business activities may resume provided the mitigation measures outlined below are respected. The nationwide state of emergency has been extended until 11 July. Some lockdown measures remain in place in the country. The closure of educational institutions will be lifted on 1 June, if the health situation improves. The ban on public transport for intercity and suburban travel was lifted on 14 May. All gatherings above 50 people are barred, including family and social gatherings. Social venues, including bars, restaurants and cinema are closed although many restaurants remain open for take away. It is mandatory to wear a mask or mouth cover when out in public in Niamey or Zinder.
14 day self-isolation is mandatory.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival to Niger, all passengers are required to be tested for COVID-19.
NigeriaGovernment suspends resumption of domestic flights on 21 June (Nairametrics, 18.06.2020)

*****International Restrictions
1. Flights to Nigeria are suspended.
- This does not apply to emergency and essential flights.
2. Nationals and residents of Nigeria are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
3. Nationals and residents of Nigeria must:
- present a completed “Health Declaration Form" upon arrival, and
- have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 5 days before arrival.

UNHAS Ops still running.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
Most states in Nigeria have introduced their own restrictions on movement. All travellers and residents in Nigeria are encouraged to monitor announcements by federal and state governments on further restrictions, which are likely to be introduced with little advance notice. The Federal Government (FG) has announced that from 2 June the lockdown restrictions in place in Abuja and Lagos will be relaxed and replaced with new requirements including a nationwide daily night time curfew between 10:00pm and 04:00am and the mandatory use of facemasks in public. The current restrictions will be reviewed again by 29 June. Check the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control website [https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/media/files/IMPLEMENTATION_GUIDELINES_FOR__EASING_LOCKDOWN_-_F1.pdf] for updates on further guidance on the implications of the the lockdown restrictions in Abuja and Lagos. The FG also advised that travel to or from other states should be postponed.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Business activities are allowed for only three days a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) from 07.00 until 16.00 - social distancing measures must be followed. Restriction of movement will be enforced 4 days a week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays) - only essential services (food, medicine, beverages, petroleum, bank, agriculture, construction, select media and telecommunications are exempted from the restriction. Lagos State, Ogun State and Abuja: Easing of lockdown on 4 May, businesses allowed to return to work under stringent security and health measures. Curfew will persist.
Travelers without symptoms on departure but become unwell in transit are advised to self-report to the Port Health Services on arrival. Travelers from countries with ongoing local transmission, but who show no symptoms on arrival should self-isolate at home for 14 days after arrival.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Upon arrival in Nigeria, passengers will have to fill up Health Declaration Form, passenger self-reporting, and submit it to the health authorities. Passengers should also have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 5 days before arrival.
NiueLimited to no flight availability to Niue. Until 31/08/2020.
Passengers who have been in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China (People's Rep.), Chinese Taipei, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong (SAR China), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Macao (SAR China), Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, USA or United Kingdom in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter Niue.
- This does not apply to nationals and resident of Niue and to airline crew.

All travellers who have been in China in the 30 days prior to arrival are not allowed to enter. They must have stayed in a country with no confirmed cases of COVID-19 for at least 14 days before entering Niue and have official medical clearance within three days prior to arrival.
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions
Norfolk Island
North Macedonianew state of emergency is in effect until 22 June (OSAC, 17.06.2020)

North Macedonia (Rep.) borders are closed.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of North Macedonia (Rep.).
- This does not apply to accredited diplomats.
- This does not apply to passengers with a special permit issued by the Ministry of Interior of North Macedonia (Rep.).

*****International Restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until 22 June. Air and land borders are closed - except for freight transport which can cross either at Tabanovce (Serbia), Deve Bair (Bulgaria), Kjafasan (Albania) or Blace (Kosovo). Skopje International Airport (SKP) is shut down. All airports in North Macedonia are closed for commercial flights until further notice. Only citizens and legal residents are allowed to enter. Upon arrival back into the country, they must observe a 14 day self-isolation period.
The Government of North Macedonia continues to prohibit entry of foreigners, but will allow exit via land borders if the traveler has permission to enter the neighboring country. Border information and requirements may change with little or no notice. Travelers are advised to monitor the official government websites of neighboring countries for the most up-to-date information regarding their border status and local conditions. The Government of North Macedonia has not announced an anticipated date for re-opening land borders or airports.

*****Internal restrictions:
New restrictions on movement or social distancing regulations may be put in place with little or no notice. The Government of North Macedonia has declared that Friday, June 5, is a non-working day and has prohibited visits to all cemeteries in the country from 9:00 p.m. June 4 to 5:00 a.m. June 8 except for funerals. New restrictions on movement or social distancing regulations may be put in place with little or no notice. On 3 June, the Government of North Macedonia announced the restriction of movement in some municipalities. There will be a curfew in all Skopje municipalities, Kumanovo, Lipkovo, Stip, Karbinci, Tetovo, Bogovinje, Brvenica, Tearce, Zhelino and Jegunovce from 9 pm on Thursday 4 June until 5 am on Monday 8 June. In the remaining municipalities across the country, the curfew will begin at 9 pm on Thursday 4 June until 5 am on Friday 5 June, and then on Friday, Saturday and Sunday curfew hours will be from 4 pm until 5am each day. Friday 5 June has been declared a non-working day for all citizens. During the extended weekend, citizens are banned from visiting cemeteries for the whole territory of North Macedonia, except for funerals.
The Government of North Macedonia requires all travelers to present a negative PCR test for COVID-19 performed within 72 hours prior to entering the country. Travelers must then self-isolate at home for 14 days, or for 21 days for those arriving from countries considered high risk by the Ministry of Health (http://zdravstvo.gov.mk/korona-virus/). Travelers arriving without a PCR test will be required to complete a PCR test upon entry and quarantine at a state institution pending the test results. For foreigners who will only transit North Macedonia and will depart the country within 5 hours, a PCR test is not required.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Northern Mariana IslandsThe Northern Mariana Islands has not restricted entry to travelers, but those arriving in Saipan from a country with an identified COVID-19 outbreak, including Guam, Hawaii, and the continental United States, will be required to quarantine for 14 consecutive days at a hotel property. Travelers whose final destination are the islands of Tinian or Rota are subject to a 14-day quarantine in Saipan before continuing to their final destination. All travelers must complete a health form prior to landing in Saipan. Airline crew, with return flights within less than 14 days of arrival, will be allowed to depart the country. Travelers entering the country by air, whose final destination is Tinian or Rota, must quarantine for 14 days in Saipan before proceeding.

*****International restrictions:
All travellers from China are banned from entry. All travellers, including residents arriving from a COVID-19 affected country, including Guam, Hawaii and the continental US, will be subject to screening and a mandatory 14-day quarantine at one of the seven designated facilities. Failure to comply may
result in penalties and fines. Travellers staying for less than 14 days will be allowed to leave before the end of the quarantine period. All travellers entering the Northern Mariana Islands whose final destination is the island of Tinian or the island of Rota will be quarantined for 14 days in Saipan before proceeding to their destination.

*****Internal restrictions:
All non-essential government offices and functions are closed until further notice. All non-essential businesses with facilities open to the general public can only operate from 06.00 to 13.00 and are only allowed to function at 50% occupancy. All businesses offering food and beverages for consumption must
suspend such services; delivery and takeaway is permitted. There is a partial curfew in place from 22.00 to 05.00, during which no persons will be allowed in public areas unless for essential or emergency purposes. Star Marianas Air has suspended inter-island flights, with the exception of cargo and medical evacuation flights between Rota, Saipan and Tinian islands.
All travellers arriving will be subject to screening and 14-day quarantine. Travellers staying for less than 14 days will be allowed to leave before the end of the quarantine period.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
NorwayNorway will allow travel to and from Finland, Iceland and the Swedish island of Gotland from June 15, but is maintaining existing travel restrictions imposed on mainland Sweden due to its higher level of COVID-19 cases. (Reuters, 12.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Norway.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Norway.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Denmark, Finland, Iceland or Gotland of Sweden.
- This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and passengers with a British passport if they reside, work or have property in Norway. If they cannot prove their residency in Norway, they must be able to prove their nationality in one of the countries listed above.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and passengers with a British passport, if they are already residing in Norway or are moving to Norway.
- This does not apply to nationals of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and passengers with a British passport if they are transiting via Norway to return to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to passengers with a visa issued by Norway after 15 March 2020.
- This does not apply to visa exempt nationals who have been granted a residence permit, but have not yet received the residence card (a letter from UDI with the approval of the residence permit will document that the permit has been granted). This also goes for family members of EEA citizens who have been granted a residence card, but the card has not been issued yet.
- This does not apply to passengers with a D-visa in their passport.
- This does not apply to spouses/cohabitants and children of holders of Norwegian diplomatic passport.
- This does not apply to passengers who have a particular responsibility to care for residents of Norway or who have strong welfare reasons.
- This does not apply to the following passengers:
passengers with a diplomatic or service passport when they are accredited to Norway;
passengers carrying work trips throughout Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden;
passengers with an ID card as diplomat or a Schengen residence card issued to diplomatic staff;
transit workers to oil platforms and similar;
NATO staff with travel order;
passengers with a valid flight certificate on duty;
seamen in transit to or from ships;
professional transporters of goods;
media staff on duty;
cruise passengers on cruises that started before 16 March 0800 CET transiting Norway to return home;
holders of seasonal work permits in farming with an approval letter from UDI;
foreigners who are either part or witness in a court case are permitted to enter Norway for the court case. They will have a summons from the court with the date and their duty to appear.
2. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 10 days.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Denmark, Finland, Iceland or Gotland of Sweden.
3. Airline crew and passengers must fill out the public health information form and hand it over to the local airport authority upon arrival.
4. Passengers are only allowed to travel to Svalbard after they have stayed in quarantined in other parts of Norway.

*****Internal restrictions:
Bars, restaurants and all entertainment venues remain closed. Gatherings above 50 people are prohibited, including major sports and cultural events until 15 June at least. Internal flights will continue to operate. Travel within Norway should be for essential purposes only.

*****Relaxation in restrictions:
All airports will reopen on 1 June. From Monday 20 April, Norway began easing some restrictions. This included re-opening nurseries, schools, and businesses such as hairdressers. A further lifting of restrictions was announced on 7 May, which included a reduction in the quarantine period for arrivals into Norway to 10 days. Details on what the new rules allow and timings are available on the Norwegian Goverment website [https://www.regjeringen.no/en/aktuelt/norway-to-lift-covid-19-restrictions-gradually-and-cautiously/id2697060/]
Anyone that has traveled outside Norway in the past 14 days must follow home quarantine procedures.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
OmanOman has restricted the entry of all travelers except for nationals of Oman.

*****International restrictions:
All international and domestic passenger flights (including transit) are suspended until further notice. A daily flight will continue to operate between the capital’s Muscat International Airport (MCT) and Khasab Airport (KHS, Musandam governorate), as well as cargo flights. All non-Omani nationals are barred entry until further notice. This ban includes Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) citizens and foreign nationals holding valid tourist, business and residency visas. Airport transits remain unaffected. Foreign nationals will be permitted to depart the country during this time, although Omani citizens will not be. Exceptions for Omanis may be made on a case-by-case basis. All cruise ships are also banned from docking at Omani ports.

*****Internal restrictions
The following places are closed across Oman: mosques and other places of worship; events and conferences; all tourist sites (including wadis and picnic areas); all shops in shopping malls (except supermarkets, clinics, pharmacies and opticians); souqs and other traditional markets; restaurants and cafes (including in hotels) except for takeaway/delivery; gyms, spas and hairdressers. The government has stated that no public gatherings, including on beaches, should take place. Restrictions on road travel within Oman, including police checkpoints, might be introduced at short notice. The Oman VS COVID19 twitter account should be monitored for the latest information.

*****Relaxation Measures
Certain domestic restrictions have been eased, including the termination of checkpoints, except for those operating on entry and exit points of Muscat province, as well as reopening of certain businesses. Authorities have announced that the following areas will remain under health isolation until at least 29 May: Muscat province; Muttrah province; Commercial market area in the province of Jalan Bani Bu Ali. The recent amendments will allow the reopening of several businesses including (but not limited to) foreign exchange services, shops selling electronic equipment, automobile parts and repair services, and car rentaloffices, provided they adhere to social distancing guidelines and take health precautions outlined by the authorities. Access to/from Muscat governorate closed until at least 22.00 on 29 May. People are encouraged to stay at home unless travelling for essential food or services. Exemptions are made for:employees in the public or private sector who need to be at a certain location to fulfil their duties; ambulance and emergency service vehicles; military and security vehicles; commercial vehicles; and exceptional cases for citizens or residents based on assessment from the authorities manning the checkpoint. All parks, play areas, social gatherings and Friday prayers are banned until further notice. Curfew on minors implemented indicates that all people under the age of 18 must remain indoors from 19.00 to 06.00. Suspension of all public transport including all buses, ferries, taxis, vans and microbuses until further notice. Buses and ferries heading to Musandam and the Wilayat of Masirah are exempt from the new restrictions.
The Ministry of Health will apply home or institutional quarantine to all travelers entering Oman (only Omani nationals allowed to enter now) for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Pakistan.International flight operations resumed in Pakistan on Saturday 20 June, after the government authorised international passenger and charter flights to and from all international airports in the country. (The News, 20.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
Inbound international flights will be allowed by special permission of the Government of Pakistan on a case by case basis. From 30 May, national and foreign airlines will be able to operate outbound commercial international flights from all international airports in Pakistan apart from Gwadar and Turbat. From 16 May, limited domestic flight operations resumed from Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Quetta and Peshawar.
Southwestern Taftan border to reopen to allow trade (AP, 18.06.2020)

*****Internal restrictions:
Domestic flights have partially resumed, with flights allowed at five major airports, including the capital’s Islamabad (ISB), Karachi (KHI, Sindh province) and Lahore (LHE, Punjab province), Peshawar (PEW, Khyber-Pakthunkhwa province), and Quetta (UET, Balochistan province) airports.
Social distancing and access control measures have been put in place following the resumption of domestic flights at the five airports, including the requirement for those entering the airport to wear a mask and the restriction of meet-and-greet services at the airport. Passengers will also be required to fill in a health declaration form prior to boarding the aircraft.
Pakistani authorities have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the virus, including school closures. There are strict restrictions on public gatherings, including religious congregations, events in wedding halls, and sports matches. Across Pakistan, it is now mandatory to wear a face mask in public and not wearing one is punishable by a fine.
Some provincial authorities have introduced additional measures, including requiring residents to stay at home, and closing shops, restaurants and other public places. Some public transport has been suspended. Measures are particularly strict in Sindh. There have been reports of patrols and check points to enforce these measures, and some provinces have reportedly introduced powers to fine or arrest anyone breaking the rules. Some provinces are also imposing compulsory isolation or quarantine for people who have COVID-19 symptoms, or people who have come into contact with others with COVID-19 symptoms. In some cases, local authorities are quarantining specific areas.
Passengers will be tested for COVID-19 as soon as possible on arrival at a quarantine facility. Those testing positive will likely remain in quarantine or be moved to a hospital isolation facility, while those testing negative will be released with instructions to self-isolate for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Pre-Embarkation: The aircraft will be disinfected in accordance with procedure prescribed by PCAA at each station before passenger boarding.
International Passenger Health Declaration form will be disseminated to all potential travellers to Pakistan before boarding the flight; completion shall be the operator's responsibility.
Passengers are to be scanned through thermal devices for COVID-19 before boarding.
Boarding passes shall be issued with a gap of at least one adjacent seat. It shall be mandatory to keep the aft three rows vacant.
PalauInternational Restrictions:
All commercial flights have been suspended, while all flights have been suspended from Hong Kong, Macao (both China SAR) and Mainland China until 30 June.
The authorities have temporarily restricted entry for foreign visitors from or transiting via mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao (both China SAR) in the past 14 days.
There is widespread disruption on international travel routes to Palau. You should check with your travel provider for updates.

Travellers allowed entry will be subject to a comprehensive health screening and a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
The Ministry of Health shall identify appropriate and adequate facilities, either public or private property to be designated as Quarantine Facilities for exposed persons. If any quarantined person if found to be infected, that person shall be promptly relocated to the appropriate isolation facility. The Alternate Care Site at Kalau Gym in Meyuns, Koror shall be the primary Isolation and care Facility for non-critical persons.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Palmyra Atoll
PanamaFlights to resume on 3 July (QCostaRica, 30.05.2020)
Flights to Panama are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights.

*****Inbound restrictions:
The country’s borders are indefinitely shut to foreign nationals and non-residents. All international flights, arriving and departing, will be suspended until at least 22 June. Any traveller displaying flu-like symptoms will be immediately taken to the Hospital San Miguel Arcangel in the capital Panama City for quarantine. Humanitarian, cargo, and domestic flights can continue and are not subject to the flight suspension.

*****Internal Restrictions
All domestic flights have been suspended until 22 June.
On 19 March 2020, the Panamanian Government began establishing sanitary cordons in different provinces of the country, including Panama City, with checkpoints in various locations. The Panamanian Government may change suddenly the provinces with sanitary cordons, and may introduce other restrictions on movement. You should avoid any unnecessary travel to and from any of the areas included in sanitary cordons. If you urgently need to travel, you will need to show ID and proof of your reason for needing to cross the checkpoint in order to pass, such as evidence of your flight out of Panama. Local authorities may also impose similar restrictions on movement. From 8 June, unless you fall under one of the quarantine exemptions, only women are permitted to leave their homes/accommodation on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and only men are permitted to leave their homes/accommodation on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. On those days, you are allowed to leave your homes/accommodation to shop for food and medication for one hour (with a half hour grace period either side) according to the last digit of your passport (although please see below for men with passports ending with 4, 5 or 6 for Saturdays). People over the age of 60 and people with disabilities can shop between 7am and 10am, according to their sex, but regardless of their ID/passport number. You should not leave your accommodation outside of these times unless it is an emergency or you fall under one of the limited exemptions.
Children are allowed to be taken out by their parent or guardian during the adult’s allotted hour (based on the last number of the ID). There is a total quarantine from 5pm on Saturdays to 5am on Mondays and no one should leave their homes/accommodation during these times.
Elsewhere, a curfew is in place and you must remain in your homes/accommodation between 7pm and 5am unless you fall under one of the exemptions (eg to access emergency medical care, to travel to a flight or if you work in an exempted industry).
Places of worship, parks, sports facilities and social areas (including those of buildings and open air areas of private clubs, such as tennis courts, golf and other sporting activities that do not involve physical contact) will open with 25% capacity and social distancing of 2 metres. The Panamanian Ministry of Health has specified that the relaxation in measures does not include social activity in groups, cultural activities, celebrations, beach visits, contact sports or any activity that does not respect social distancing. Children will only be able to leave their homes from 4 pm – 7 pm if accompanied by a parent or guardian. The wearing of masks outside of your accommodation is compulsory nationwide. On 25 March 2020 the distribution, sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks was banned for the duration of the national state of emergency.

*****Relaxation Measures
The Panamanian government began relaxing this ban on 8 May 2020, with permission granted initially for domestic personal consumption only. Limits per person are imposed on the sale of alcohol. However, different local authorities across the country are maintaining the total ban. Uber has resumed services in Panama. Yellow taxis have a reduced presence, and do not operate on Sundays. The police and security forces are empowered to enforce restrictions on movements and events due to the current state of emergency. Commercial businesses have been ordered to close, except for supermarkets, pharmacies, health clinics, fuel stations and other key businesses. Supermarkets can have no more than 50 people inside. The Panamanian government began relaxing these restrictions from 13 May 2020, and you should check the Panamanian Ministry of Health Twitter feed for the latest updates.


Borders are closed to all but citizens and residents with a mandatory two week self-isolation on arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Airport Entry/Exit:Health screening and questionnaires at airports and ports of entry. Passengers who have been to China in the 30 days prior to
arrival may be subject to increased screening. Any traveller displaying flu-like symptoms will be immediately taken to the
Hospital San Miguel Arcangel in the capital Panama City for quarantine.
Papua New Guinea1. Passengers can only land at Port Moresby (POM).
2. Passengers who reside in Papua New Guinea must depart from Brisbane (BNS), Cairns (CNS) or Singapore.
3. Passengers must be quarantined for 14 days at designated hotels in Port Moresby.
4. Passengers and airline crew must obtain State of Emergency (SOE) controller approval to enter.

*****International restrictions:
A reduced domestic flight schedule has resumed. You should check with your airline that you meet one of the approved travel categories and will need to complete a Domestic Travel Application Form prior to travel. Nobody may enter Papua New Guinea except for health workers, flight crew, military personnel or those with a special written exemption from the Emergency Controller. International visitors should apply for the exemption, including the reasons for visiting, by contacting: [email protected]

*****Internal restrictions:
The Papua New Guinean authorities have imposed a State of Emergency to limit the spread of the virus. You will be required to show evidence of your hotel reservation and approved exemption to purchase a flight ticket. There is a ban on cruise ships and leisure yachts with more than fifteen people on board, on land border crossings between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and on sea crossings between the Solomon Islands and Bougainville.ews and restrictions on public transport and gatherings are in place in some provinces including Western Province and East New Britain. Further information about the measures introduced can be found on the PNG government website [https://covid19.info.gov.pg/].
Anyone arriving must self-isolate in a government approved hotel for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Paracel Islands
ParaguayFlights to Paraguay are suspended. This does not apply to health services and repatriation flights.

*****International Restrictions
Border closure for all foreign travellers. Paraguayan nationals and residents will be permitted to enter the country; however, they will be subject to mandatory quarantine for 14 days in military barracks. Visas issued to Chinese nationals are void. Non-residents of Paraguay are no longer permitted to transit the airport in the capital Asuncion.

*****Internal Restrictions
Paraguayan authorities have declared a nationwide health-related State of Emergency. Measures include: a ban on all non-essential movement nationwide. There are exceptions to buy food, go to the pharmacy or hospital, and for key workers. Stay in your accommodation unless absolutely necessary to go out
in-person classes have been suspended until December 2020, the cancellation of mass events and gatherings (public and private) such as at cinemas, concerts and conventions, as well as religious, sports, leisure and political activities, a requirement to wear a face mask in public, including on public transport, throughout Paraguay.

*****Relaxation Measures
From 4 May onwards, “smart quarantine” measures will be introduced to relax nationwide measures in 4 phases. Phase 1 started on 4 May, phase 2 on 25 May, phase 3 on 15 June and phase 4 is to be confirmed. Phase 1 consists of the reopening of industries, small businesses with up to 3 people inside, and all delivery services; Phase 2 consists of the reopening of corporate buildings with up to 50% of the workforce present and under a rotation schedule. This includes, civil construction, shopping centres and medium-sized businesses, hairdressers (up to 30 minutes per appointment), religious services (such as weddings and baptisms) with no more than ten people present, and moving services. This is to be carried out in compliance with strict health and safety measures, including the washing of hands coming in and out of venues/sites, mandatory physical distancing and the wearing of face masks at all times.

Outdoor individual physical activity, such as walking, can occur within 500 meters of a person’s home. Underage children must be accompanied by at least one adult and avoid interaction with children outside of the immediate family. Access to public and private parks for walking/running trails only is permitted but observing the following: * From 5:00am to 10:00am access for people, age 65 and older. * From 10:30am to 20:00pm access for people between the ages of 10 and 64. The use of common areas such as playgrounds, exercise machines, courts and benches are not allowed.
Borders will remain closed for non-resident foreigners until further notice. Those granted entry to Paraguay must comply with the self-isolation requirement for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Enhanced screening upon arrival (temperature control and medical evaluation for those presenting symptoms).
PeruGovernment extends state of health emergency thru Sept 7 (andina, 04.06.2020)

All airports and borders will be closed permanently until further notice.
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Peru.
2. Airline crew must self-isolate at hotel Costa del Sol at Jorge Chavez International Airport for the entire duration of stay.

*****Outbound restrictions:
The government has closed its borders to all international travellers. Borders remain closed until further notice. Limited repatriation flights are organised by foreign embassies.

*****Inbound restrictions:
On 15 March, Peru announced a national State of Emergency, which has now been extended until 30 June. Under the current regulations: there is a nationwide curfew between the hours of 9pm to 4am in Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Loreto, Ucayali and Ica regions, and in Santa, Huarmey and Casma provinces in Ancash region the curfew will be from 6pm to 4am on Sundays, no one is allowed out everyone must use facemasks when going outside The President will announce any future changes to curfew rules. Regulations are being rigorously enforced so it is vital you follow these to avoid detention. These restrictions may not apply if you have a travel permit (salvo-conducto) from the Peruvian authorities. These are mainly issued for those with confirmed bookings to leave Peru, but there may be exceptions if you do not have a flight yet, but want to travel within Peru from one region to another. Depending on your destination region, you may have to spend some time (possibly two weeks) on quarantine immediately after arrival. The exact location of the quarantine will be decided by the regional government upon arrival. Please note before being able to move from one region of Peru to another, the local government may first require you to submit a medical certificate, following a rapid COVID-19 test, stating that you are free from infection. Please note that the Peruvian government will only issue internal travel permits (salvo-conductos) until 10 July.

*****Relaxation Measures:
The Peruvian government has approved a four-phase Economic Reactivation Plan, between May and August which involves relaxing some restrictions and reopening some industry sectors such as Industry and Mining, Construction, Trade and Tourism and Services. For Tourism and Services, the plan involves reopening or restarting the following:
first phase (May): Restaurants (via delivery), hotels and storage, second phase (June): Inter-provincial transport and flights, restaurants (restricted service); some malls and commercial centres are due to open by 30 June, third phase (July): International flights, restaurants and hotels operating normally, fourth phase (August): Leisure activities, conventions, meetings, gatherings.
This planned relaxation of industry restrictions remains under review and may change at short notice.
The Quarantine policy restricts all movement except for traveling to the supermarket, bank, gas stations, pharmacy or to emergency medical clinics, to provide assistance to the elderly or small children or to the hospital for emergencies. Additional rules and movement restrictions as part of its national quarantine strategy:
Inter-regional travel by road has been restricted unless authorized by the Government of Peru.
A mandatory daily curfew from 6:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. for most of Peru (including Lima and Cusco),
A mandatory daily curfew from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. for Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad and Loreto regions.
Use of privately registered vehicles will be restricted.
Use of facemasks in public is mandatory.


COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

"Health affidavit for travelers" form, to be filled out by all passengers, including children, and crew members of this aircraft. This form must be rendered to the Migration authorities upon arrival.
PhilippinesPartial COVID-19 restrictions to remain in Manila; lockdown reinstated in Cebu City (Reuters, 15.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of the Philippines.
- This does not apply to spouses or children of nationals of the Philippines.
2. Passengers and airline crew are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test and quarantine.
3. A completed Case Investigation Form must be presented upon arrival.

*****Outbound Restrictions
The Philippine Government has confirmed that foreign nationals will be able to leave the Philippines at any time during the period of enhanced quarantine. If in Luzon you will be permitted to travel to the nearest international airport within 24 hours prior to your scheduled departure, provided you have proof of scheduled international travel (i.e. travel itinerary or eticket). Outside of this 24 hour period you will be required to adhere to local quarantine restrictions. There is disruption to travel routes both domestically and across the region- travel provider should be checked before travelling.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Philippine government has declared a public health emergency. On 12 March, the Philippine government announced Code Red Sublevel 2 in response to COVID-19. This imposes restrictions including social distancing requirements across Metro Manila. Many local government units (including in Metro Manila) have announced overnight curfews (most commonly between 8pm and 5am). The situation remains uncertain and amendments to the restrictions continue to be announced. Local advice should be takenon what restrictions are in place and follow the instructions of local authorities. From 1 June, areas that have been under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ), including Metro Manila and Cebu, will be placed under General Community Quarantine (GCQ). This will result in some restrictions being lifted. However, local government units will have the option to place individual administrative areas under stricter levels of community quarantine if they wish. Announcements from local authorities should be monitored to understand the latest restrictions and regulations, and their impact on your ability to travel and access essential services.
On June 15, the Philippine government announced the below classifications for areas in the country as a continued measure against the spread of COVID-19:
Cebu City returned to Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) status from June 16 to June 30.
Passengers arriving at any international port of entry may be subjected to mandatory quarantine (for a maximum of 14 days) and/or be required to undergo Covid-19 testing on arrival. Foreign nationals are expected to defray the costs of their quarantine and/or Covid-19 testing.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Passengers and airline crew will be tested for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and placed in quarantine while awaiting the results of the test.
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PolandFlights to Poland are suspended.
- This does not apply to flights arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain or Switzerland.
- This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

Government reopens airports for international passenger flights within EU, apart from the United Kingdom, Sweden and Portugal. Other international flights remain suspended until 30 June.

*****International restrictions:
Borders are closed until 30 June and stringent checks have been imposed at all border crossings for the coming weeks. International rail is suspended until further notice; air traffic is suspended also until at least 30 June.
Most foreign nationals are barred from entering the country. Citizens and foreigners with residency permits are allowed to return from abroad but will be required to quarantine for 14 days. They are required to provide the local authorities with information about their place of stay or address and a contact telephone number.
The quarantine rules no longer apply to people crossing the border with; Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia and Sweden. However, they must prove to the Border Guard Officers that their travel is for work or education related activities.
Arriving diplomats, transiting truck drivers and residents who regularly cross the border for working or studying in neighbouring countries no longer need to quarantine upon return to Poland.

***Internal restrictions:
Masks are no longer compulsory in open public spaces if you are able to maintain 2m distance from others and children under 4 are not required to wear masks. When outside, a 2 metre distance from others should be kept, excempt a parents with children under 13 or the carer of a disabled person. There are no longer restrictions on the number of people attending religious services and funerals. The government has announced that from 6 June wedding receptions and other family celebrations for up to 150 people can be held. Public transport use is limited to reduced capacity seating to maintain appropriate distance between passengers. Taxis can be used. Masks must be worn. There are fines of between PLN 5000 to PLN 30000 PLN for those infringing rules. Hotels and short term accommodation establishments are open subject to strict sanitary rules and some facilities may be closed (for example swimming pools). The government has announced that hotels will be able to reopen swimming pools, gyms and saunas on 6 June, with strict hygiene measures in place. Some sporting facilities are open with limits on visitor numbers. There are no limits on customer numbers in shops, but you still have to cover your nose and mouth and wear single-use gloves. Restaurants and pubs are permitted to open but masks must be worn when not seated at the table. Hairdressers may also open by appointment only. Some museums, libraries and cultural venues are open. The government has announced that from 6 June cinemas, theatres and concert halls may open at 50% capacity and masks must be worn. Swimming pools, gyms, indoor play centres and theme parks, saunas, tanning salons, massage salons and tattoo parlours are also allowed to open from 6 June, with strict hygiene rules in place. Masks must be worn at massage salons and tattoo parlours. Some nurseries and kindergartens are open subject to strict sanitary procedures. A staged relaxation of the rules for students began on 18 May, including allowing classes and childcare for Grades 1-3 of primary schools (6 to 9 year olds). Higher Education Institutions may be open for some classes. If you are a student or parent you should consult your education provider for more information. The above measures may be extended further, in scope and time, at short notice. The Office for Foreigners allows in-person appointments but you must adhere to strict social distancing guidelines and wear a mask.
European Union citizens will not be subject to mandatory quarantine upon entry on the territory of the Republic of Poland..If you arrive in Poland from a non-EU country, you may be required to self-isolate for 14 days, unless you are transiting to your place of residence. There are exceptions, including for freight drivers, airline cabin crew, train workers, agriculture workers, students and school pupils studying in Poland and members of diplomatic missions, Consulates or International Organisations and their families.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Any person crossing the Polish border will be subject to sanitary control. As before, medical services or firefighters will measure temperature. At the internal border, officers will receive location cards from travelers and verify the information they contain with identity documents. People crossing the border with Russia, Ukraine and Belarus will not have to fill in location cards. Information enabling quick access to each traveler will be entered into the database during border control and made available to sanitary services.
PortugalGovernment starts second phase of lifting COVID-19 restrictions on 18 May (Xinhua, 18.05.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of Portugal.
- This does not apply to residents of Portugal.
- This does not apply to passengers with a long term visa issued by Portugal.
- This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, if they are arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, if they are arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
- This does not apply to passengers with a long term visa issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or United Kingdom, returning via Portugal to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to passengers with a residence permit issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or United Kingdom, returning via Portugal to their country of residence.
2. Flights to Portugal are suspended.
-This does not apply to flights arriving from Angola, Austria, Belgium, Brazil (Sao Paulo (GRU) and Rio De Janeiro (RIO)), Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sao Tome and Principe, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, United Kingdom or Venezuela.
- This does not apply to:
- state flights;
- emergency flights;
- medevac flights;
- humanitarian/repatriation flights;
- United Nations flights;
- technical stopovers where passengers do not disembark.
3. Passengers arriving in Madeira must complete an online health form 24 hours to 48 hour before departure on http://apps.iasaude.pt/s-alerta/questionarios/viagem/ . Passengers are subject to quarantine if they do not have a certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) result issued at most 72 hours before departure.
4. Passengers arriving in Azores are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
- This does not apply to passengers with a certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) result issued at most 72 hours before departure.

*****Internal restrictions:
Leaving homes and/or accommodation provided prevention mesures are observed on social distancing, occupancy and hygiene. 2m distancing from other people when in public, respecting rules on maximum capacity on public transport, in shops and other establishments and practising good hand hygiene. The use of non-surgical masks is mandatory in enclosed spaces, such as supermarkets, shops, beauty salons, schools, public services, at the airport, in taxis and on public transport. Services that can now resume, subject to strict measures on social distancing and hygiene, include: local shops, large stores and shopping centres (except in the Greater Lisbon area), restaurants, cafés and bars (last orders at 11pm), museums, art galleries, monuments and buildings of historical interest, cinemas, theatres and auditoria, hairdressers, barbers and beauty salons, bingo halls and casinos, Gatherings of more than 20 people are still banned, except for religious ceremonies and family events, such as weddings and christenings. Attendance at funerals is limited to the space available at each cemetery or crematorium. Visits to retirement and convalescence homes are permitted. Public services are available by appointment only. Markets and fairs are subject to local authority approval. Beaches are subject to measures on capacity and social distancing. Check these measures and beach occupancy levels on the Portuguese Environment Agency website or download the “Info Praia” app.

*****Restrictions in the Greater Lisbon Metropolitan Area
Given recent localised outbreaks of COVID-19 in the Greater Lisbon area, tighter restrictions will be in place in this area until further notice: gatherings of more than 10 people are banned, shopping centres remain closed, large stores and fairs can only open with local authority approval, private and public, transport capacity is limited to two thirds.

*****Madeira and the Azores
The regional governments of Madeira and the Azores are implementing similar phased de-escalation measures, which can be found on their websites. If travelling to Madeira or Porto Santo, travelers will be subject to health screening on arrival and 14-days’ mandatory quarantine in a hotel. If a resident in Madeira or Porto Santo traveler will need to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 test, carried out 72 hours prior to arrival, you will be allowed to quarantine in your own accommodation. Complete and submit this form 24-48 hours before you arrive in the archipelago. Cruise ships are allowed to dock in Madeira and Porto Santo for a maximum period of 48 hours, but passengers and crew are not allowed to embark or disembark. If travelling to the Azores, there is a requirement to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test which was carried out 72 hours prior to arrival. If staying for more than 7 days, the test will need to be repeated locally within 5-13 days of the date of the first test, or take a test on arrival and await the results within a maximum of 48 hours in voluntary quarantine. If you are staying for more than 7 days, you will have to repeat the test after 5 days, or agree to 14 days’ voluntary quarantine during which you will be required to be tested for COVID-19. If the entry requirements cannot be fulfiled , the traveler will be returned to point of origin. Yachts are permitted to dock in the Azores, but crew members will be subject to the same health screening and voluntary quarantine measures as airline passengers.
Quarantine is mandatory only in Azores and Madeira Islands. However, if you have a negative test result or accept to do a test locally, quarantine is not mandatory (until the result of the test became known and tested negative for SARS CoV2 infection).COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.
Puerto Rico1. Passengers will be quarantined for 14 days.
2. Passengers must present a completed Puerto Rico Department of Health form upon arrival.

*****International restrictions:
All incoming commercial flights are being diverted to San Juan Airport (SJU). Entry is prohibited for all foreign travellers until further notice. There are no restrictions for outbound travel. San Juan Bay is currently closed for cruise ship vessels.

*****Internal restrictions:
An island-wide lockdown is in place, during which a nightly curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 05.00. Until 15 June.
14 day quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
QatarGovernment to begin gradually lifting lockdown from 15 June (Reuters, 08.06.2020). Greece suspends flights to, from Qatar until 15 June (Reuters, 02.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Qatar.
- This does not apply to nationals of Qatar.
- This does not apply to residents of Qatar with a Permanent Residence card.
2. Nationals and residents of Qatar with a Permanent Residence card of Qatar are subject to quarantine for 14 days. They must have a hotel reservation for this period.

*****International restrictions:
All inbound flights to Qatar remain suspended until further notice with the exception of transit and cargo flights. Travellers with all visas (residency, business, tourist) are not allowed to enter the country. National carrier Qatar Airways is still operating but only transit passengers with connecting flights can board. The ban does not apply to Qatari citizens and holders of permanent residency permits, though they may be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.

*****Internal restrictions:
Qatar has prohibited all social gatherings, postponed sporting and public events, and closed all public venues and shops, apart from supermarkets, garages and pharmacies. Restaurants and cafes are either closed or are only allowed to make deliveries. The re-opening of some additional shops and public spaces began on 15 June and will continue in line with Qatar’s 4-phase roadmap to ease lockdown. Public transport, including the metro and bus services, has been suspended around the country until at least 1 September. No more than four people are allowed in a vehicle, if they are not part of the same family. The authorities may also stop vehicles to enquire about the reason for the journey. It is now mandatory to wear a face mask whenever you are outside your home, unless you are alone whilst driving a vehicle or exercising. From 22 May, it is also compulsory to have Qatar’s contact tracing app, Ehteraz, downloaded and working on your smartphone whenever you leave the house. The authorities are deploying mobile patrols and setting up checkpoints to prevent social gatherings and check compliance with other measures. Anyone violating these could incur a fine of up to QR200,000 and a prison sentence not exceeding three years, or one of those two penalties.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Doha Industrial Area reopened on 6 May, visitors will require a permit obtained through the local authorities.
The Government decided to suspend entry for citizens of Italy, France, Germany and Spain, as well as all others traveling from these countries. Individuals intending to travel from these four countries who are in possession of a Qatar residence permit are excluded from this decision, provided that they stay in a quarantine facility for 14 days as per the local procedures. (MOPH)COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Republic of KoreaThe Ministry of Health and Welfare issued a statement on Sunday, June 21, announcing they plan to limit the number of foreign nationals entering South Korea through a temporary restriction on visas and a ban on non-scheduled flights. Exceptions will be made for government officials and essential business trips.


1. Short-term visas (type C-1 and C-3) issued on or before 5 April are no longer valid.
2. Visa exemptions for 90 nationalities with a normal passport are temporarily suspended.
- This does not apply to airline crew.
- This does not apply to passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card.
3. Korean visas issued by the Wuhan Consulate in the Hubei Province are no longer valid.
4. Visitors who have been in the Hubei Province (China People's Rep.) in the past 14 days are not allowed to transit or enter Korea (Rep.).
5. Nationals of China (People’s Rep.) with a passport issued in the Hubei Province are not allowed to transit or enter Korea (Rep.).
6. Passengers arriving from China (People's Rep) must have a visa issued by Korea (Rep.) to transit through Korea (Rep.).
- This not apply to nationals of Albania, Andorra, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Ireland (Rep.), Korea (Rep.), Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, Palau, San Marino, Slovenia, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, USA, Vatican City (Holy See) and Venezuela.
- This not apply to passengers with a British passport.
- This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, consular, official, service or special passport.
7. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days and to a PCR test for Coronavirus (COVID-19).
- This does not apply to nationals of China (People's Rep.) traveling on business under the Fast Lane program and their accompanying family members. They must:
- self-monitor their health conditions minimum 14 days before departure and hold a medical certificate to prove Coronavirus (COVID-19) negative testing result issued at most 72 hours before departure, and
- be tested on Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon arrival. They must stay at designated quarantine facilities for 1 or 2 days until a negative test result is obtained.
8. Nationals and residents of Korea (Rep.) are required to install 'Self-quarantine safety protection mobile app'.
9. Passengers and airline crew must install 'Self-diagnosis Mobile App' in their personal device and a completed Health Declaration Form and a Special Quarantine Declaration Form must be presented to the quarantine desk upon arrival.
10. All flights must arrive at Incheon International Airport (ICN) between 5:00 and 20:00.
11. Residents of Korea (Rep.) must have a Re-Entry Permit and a medical certificate.
The certificate must:
- be issued by a local authorized medical institute at most 48 hours before departure; and
- be written in English or Korean; and
- include the date of examination, and the presence or absence of fever, cough, chills, headache, difficulty of breathing, muscle pain and pulmonary symptoms; and
- be signed by a medical examiner.
- This does not apply to passengers with status Diplomats (A-1), Government Officials (A-2, A-3) or Overseas Korean (F-4).
12. Nationals of Mongolia are not allowed to transit if they depart from Mongolia or travel onward to Mongolia.
- This does not apply to airline crew.
13. Nationals of Russian Fed. are not allowed to transit if they depart from Russian Fed. or travel onward to Russian Fed.
- This does not apply to airline crew.
14. Nationals of Thailand are not allowed to transit if they depart from Thailand or travel onward to Thailand.
- This does not apply to airline crew.

*****Internal restrictions:
The country’s COVID-19 alert level has remained at RED (the highest on a four-tier scale) since 23 February. The country has officially shifted from ‘social distancing’ to ‘everyday life quarantine’ from 6 May. Businesses are allowed to resume at facilities in phases and gatherings are allowed to take place, following disinfection guidelines. After a new cluster was found on 8 May, all bars, clubs have been advised to remain closed until 8 June. Even under ‘everyday life quarantine’, Daegu will have more stringent measures, such as mandating masks in public transport from 13 May. Earlier, the authorities have allowed religious organisations and outdoor public recreational facilities to reopen on condition that social distancing rules are adhered to. Schools will resume in a phased manner starting from 13 May. The capital Seoul has ordered bars, clubs and other nightlife establishments to temporarily close until further notice. Additionally, subway passengers in Seoul travelling during peak hours will also require to wear masks. In Gyeonggi province, the local authorities have also banned all entertainment facilities from hosting crowds and announced that non-compliance will face penalties.
All inbond travellers must quarantine. Most foreign travelers on short-term travel will be required to quarantine at a government-designated facility at their own expense for 14 days. The facility will cost approximately 100 U.S. dollars per night. Travelers who are long-term or residential will be required to self-quarantine at their own residences. Some U.S. citizens traveling to South Korea for diplomatic, business, humanitarian, or, academic reasons may be exempt from self-quarantine requirements but will require pre-approved waiver from a Korean Embassy or Consulate prior to travelling. Korean health authorities have indicated that all passengers will be required to download and respond to daily questions via a Self-Diagnosis Mobile App for 14 days. Those who violate the self-quarantine order may be subject to a fine, arrest, or deportation. This does not aply to transiting passengers, though Incheon airport.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Passengers must:
self-monitor their health conditions minimum 14 days before departure and hold a medical certificate to prove Coronavirus (COVID-19) negative testing result issued within 72 hours before departure, and
be tested on Coronavirus (COVID-19) upon arrival. They must stay at a designated quarantine place up to 1-2 days until the result comes out. Once the result is negative, passengers no longer need to self-quarantine.
Republic of MoldovaChisinau International Airport is open to commercial flights (OSAC, 17.06.2020)

1.Passengers are not allowed to enter until 30 June 2020.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals of Moldova (Rep.) and their family members;
- passengers with a residence permit or a long-stay visa issued by Moldova (Rep.);
- humanitarian personnel;
- international organizations personnel and their family members.
2.Arriving passengers are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.
- This does not apply to:
- humanitarian personnel;
- international organizations personnel and their family members.

*****International Restrictions
The Moldovan border is still closed, and Moldova is only allowing entry to Moldovan citizens and residents, accredited diplomats, and those with pre-coordinated transit permits, including cargo trucks. All incoming travellers are required to self-isolate for 14 days.
Entry into the separatist region of Transnistria will be refused to all nationals of a country affected by COVID-19.
Borders with Romania and Ukraine are closed to passenger traffic as well as foreigners. Moldovan citizens may, however, cross into the country. Criva-Mamaliga and Mirnoe-Tabaki crossings with Ukraine have suspended activities. Otaci-Moghileov-Podolsc, Palanca-Maiaki-Udobnoe, Tudora-Starokazacie and Giurgiuleşti-Renipassings will remain open.

*****Internal restrictions:
The army will be deployed to enforce restriction measures. Carrying official identification papers is mandatory. The towns of Karakhasani, Stefan Voda and Talmaza have been placed under quarantine. Public transport remains partially suspended in the major towns of Chisinau and Balti.

*****Relaxation of restrictions
The state of emergency has been lifted. The quarantine on Glodeni and in Soroca has been lifted. Food and beverage stores have reopened and are allowed to serve take-away. Public parks have reopened and gatherings of a maximum of three people are allowed. Urban public transport has resumed.
Moldova also requires all travelers who have been in a Level 3 country to self-isolate for 14 days, consistent with CDC recommendations.
Moldova has asked people who may had contact an infected person to self-isolate at home.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
RéunionInternational restrictions:
Only French nationals and residents are authorised to enter (see France).
All international flights are suspended, except for three flights per week between La Reunion and Paris.
All travellers arriving in La Reunion will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine at home or at a dedicated facility.

*****Internal restrictions:
To travel within or to transit through French Overseas Territories, you should complete an Attestation de déplacement dérogatoire to certify your reason for travel. You can carry a physical copy or an electronic version of this “attestation” (declaration). This declaration should be completed before starting your journey. For French Overseas Territories, this declaration does not replace the requirement for an travel certificate, detailed above. Further information is available on the Ministry of Interior [https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage] webpage.
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction.
All travellers arriving in La Reunion will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Romania1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Romania.
- This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
- This does not apply to passengers with a British passport.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Romania.
- This does not apply to family members of a national of an EEA Member State, Switzerland or the United Kingdom, with a residence in Romania.
- This does not apply to passengers with a long-stay visa or a residence permit issued by Romania.
- This does not apply to the following passengers:
a. persons moving for professional purposes, proven by a visa, residence permit or other equivalent document;
b. diplomatic or consular personnel, staff of international organisations, military personnel or personnel who can provide humanitarian aid;
c. passengers in transit, including those repatriated as a result of the granting of consular protection;
d. passengers travelling for imperative reasons (medical or family);
e. persons in need of international or other humanitarian protection.
2. Flights from Belgium, France, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, USA and the United Kingdom to Romania are suspended.
3. Passengers must be isolated at home for 14 days.

*****International restrictions:
The state of alert continues to prohibit the entry of non-Romanian citizens, with some exceptions for legal residents, family members, and professional reasons. It also requires at-home quarantine for all persons arriving in Romania except for certain professional categories and people entering after spending at least 14 days in certain countries with low COVID-19 case growth, as determined by the National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) on a weekly basis. Travelers should consult with authortieis if they meet an exception for entry and are advised to contact the Romanian Embassy in their country of origin or the Romanian Border Police prior to departure. The Government of Romania has released guidance with regard to visa and resident permit validity, available here. Any visitor or resident of Romania who entered the country with the appropriate documentation will be deemed "legally present" for an additional 90 days starting on May 14. This is a grace period granted by the Government of Romania, and visitors are still highly encouraged to depart Romania as soon as it is safe to do so.

*****Internal restrictions:
On June 16, the Government of Romania announced the extension of the nationwide COVID-19 state of alert for another 30 days, starting June 17. Restrictions continue to mandate the wearing of protective masks in closed public spaces, stores, public transportation, and the workplace. The Government of Romania has warned that a possible surge in the number of COVID-19 cases could lead to additional new restrictions.

*****Relaxation Measures
A number of relaxation measures entered into force on June 15, which permitted the reopening of shopping malls, fitness clubs, outdoor pools, private indoor events of no more than 20 people, and outdoor events of no more than 50 people. Effective June 17, the Government of Romania announced additional relaxation measures, including the reopening of public and private kindergartens, after school programs, and indoor religious services, in compliance with social distancing health guidelines.
*****Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link [please copy/paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/62dbeaba39ca4d19897c2c5f73c12788/romania-ncov-measures.pdf
Starting from 15th of June, people arriving from Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Croatia, Switzerland, Germany, Greece, Island, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary will not need to self-isolate for 14 days if they are asymptomatic. For people coming from other countries, the 14-days quarantine/ self-isolation measures are maintained.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

At airports, it is mandatory both to wear a protective mask and to keep a physical distance of 1 meter from those around.
Access to the passenger terminal is only allowed for passengers arriving in an organized manner, coming from the waiting tents.
Russian FederationInternational air travel expected to resume on 15 July (Reuters, 08.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
All international flights, including charter flights and transit flights have been suspended. Exceptions will be made for diplomatic/humanitarian flights and government authorised aircraft and special flights repatriating Russian citizens.
An entry ban for foreign travellers is in place until further notice.
Categories exempt from the restrictions include diplomatic staff, international truck drivers, travellers with private visas issued under special circumstances by the Russian Foreign Ministry, family members of Russian citizens, certain groups of citizens from countries with which Russia has a visa waiver agreement and specialists who conduct maintenance on imported equipment. CIS citizens as well as those who live in the breakaway separatist regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia are exempted from the travel ban.
All of the country's borders remain closed and most international rail services have been suspended until further notice, including trains to Kaliningrad region.
Russian nationals returning on repatriation flights will be required to stay under self-imposed quarantine for 14 days at their final destination.
Russian nationals who hold permanent residency in another country or dual citizenship are allowed to leave the country.
President Putin signed a decree extending the temporary stay or permanent residency of foreigners and stateless persons in the Russian Federation until September 15. This decree applies to immigration documents, including visas, residence permits, and migration registration, that have expired or will expire between March 15 and June 15, 2020. Foreign citizens in Russia who fall into this category do not need to extend relevant documents during this period.

*****Internal restrictions:
While no federal restrictions on domestic travel have been introduced, a vast number of flights and train services have been cancelled. Some airports have experienced temporary short-notice closures, while Sochi International Airport (AER) and Krasnodar International Airport (KRR, both Krasnodar kray) are operating reduced hours. Some regional airports, including Kazan International Airport (KZN) and Stavropol International Airport (STW) have introduced special permit systems for residents planning to undertake domestic travel. Some regional authorities require all passengers travelling from Moscow and St Petersburg to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a medical facility. High-alert level and ‘stay-at-home’ orders are in place until 31 May in Moscow and St Petersburg. The Republic of Chechnya has closed its borders and suspended all land and air travel. A curfew has been implemented from 20.00 to 08.00 (local time). Authorities have approved legislation imposing severe punishment — including up to five years in prison — for people convicted of spreading false information about the coronavirus. The legislation also imposes punishments for people breaking quarantine rules, including up to seven years in prison.

Passenger and cargo rail transportation between the northern port city of Murmansk and the rest of Russia will resume by June 23. (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
From 1 June in Moscow it is mandatory to wear a face mask at all times when leaving your place of residence and gloves in stores or other institutions, at work and when travelling by any type of public transport or taxi.


*****Relaxation Measures:
The Moscow City government plans to begin lifting its COVID-19 restrictions on June 9, for which QR codes for private and public transport will no longer be required, and the schedule for walks (based on addresses) are cancelled. Additionally, various business will be allowed to re-open, including hairdressers, employment agencies, veterinary clinics, and photo studios. Carsharing services may resume. Beginning Tuesday, June 16, museums, exhibition halls, libraries, zoos, real estate, and ad consulting agencies may open. Further, rental services and dental services will be available, and restaurants may offer outdoor terrace dining. On Tuesday, June 23, restaurants may resume indoor dining. Gyms, swimming pools, river cruises may begin operating, and public sports and recreation facilities may open. Social welfare offices and state and private kindergartens may also re-open. Other restrictions remain in effect until further notice. Masks and gloves must be worn outside and in public buildings. Travelers arriving in Russia remain subject to a 14-day quarantine.







As of March 16, travelers also arriving to Moscow from China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Russian nationals returning on repatriation flights will be required to stay under self-imposed quarantine for 14 days. While these quarantine measures are an obligation in Moscow, they are only a recommendation for travellers arriving in St. Petersburg.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions (when travelling to China).

Distancing at terminal: If it possible by Terminal infrastructure social distance must be organized, except when the relevant recommendations cannot be implemented
for example for safety and security requirements. Temp. control: Thermal screening (temperature checks) must be done by
airport operators for all people entering Airport. Airlines must have equipment for temperature control during the flight.
Passengers must be checked at boarding line. PPE (terminal and on board): The wearing of face masks and gloves is mandatory for all passengers and persons within the airport and aircraft.

*****Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link (please copy/ paste to your browser): https://www.iata.org/contentassets/0fa945557fc1426b833b4d635f822334/russian-federation-ncov-measures.pdf
RwandaInternational restrictions:
Flights to Kigali International Airport (KGL) are suspended. Borders are closed, except for cargo, goods, and returning Rwandans and Rwandan permanent residents. Domestic and international tourism is permitted only for visitors traveling on charter flights. The Kigali Airport remains closed to normal commercial air traffic.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
On June 17, the government of Rwanda announced updated COVID-19 prevention measures. Movements are prohibited from 9:00 PM to 5:00 AM, except with permission. Masks must be worn in public at all times. All resumed services must follow health guidelines from the Ministry of Health. Public and private businesses may resume work with essential staff?only. Other employees should continue to work from home. Individual sporting activities in open spaces are permitted, but sports facilities, gyms, and recreational centers remain closed. Religious weddings and funerals are permitted but must not exceed 30 people. All bars, schools, universities, and places of worship remain closed. Transport between provinces in permitted, except to and from Rusizi and Rubavu districts. Meetings in public spaces and mass gatherings are prohibited. Borders remain closed, except for cargo, goods, and returning?Rwandans and?Rwandan permanent residents.?Rwandan citizens and residents returning to the country are subject to a mandatory seven day quarantine at designated locations at their own expense.
14-days quarantine required. All passenger will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival. Those testing negative to COVID-19 must remain in mandatory quarantine for 7 days. Passengers will be tested again on the 5ht day in quarantine and if negative discharged in the 7th day. There are several quarantine sites in Kigali: Nyarutarama App (Rwf 55,00), Kicukiro App (Rwf 55,00), Dove Hotel (RWF 45,00), Hilltop Hotel (RWF 40,00), Greenwitch Hotel (Rwf 25,00) and IPRC Kicukiro (Rwf 12,00). Passengers are responsible for all expenses during the quarantine in one of the sites listed above. After the quarantine, passenger has to continue self-isolation for a further 7 days with follow-up by Rwanda Biomedical Centre professionals.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival in Rwanda, all passengers have to be screened and tested on COVID-19. If the test result is positive, passenger will be taken to a treatment facility with specialized medical care.
SabaBonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba have restricted the entry of travelers from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Medical staff and patients who are transferred in the interest of public health on Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba may still enter.

*****Inbound restrictions:
Saba: Entry is prohibited for all foreign travellers until further notice. Residents are permitted to return but must self-quarantine for 14 days upon re-entry. The lockdown was lifted on 10 May with businesses reopening. Schools will reopen on May 18. Limitations on gatherings over 25 people in place until 10 June.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
Residents of Saba are able to return home to Saba but will have to go into self-quarantine for 14 days, no matter which country they are returning from.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Saint Barthélemy1. Passengers are not allowed to enter the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers who reside in the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for urgent health reasons.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for imperative business reasons.
2. A completed International Travel Certificate must be presented prior to boarding and to Immigration upon arrival or when transiting the French West Indies. The certificate must be obtained before departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr
3. Passengers must go through a medical examination upon arrival and are subject to quarantine for a period of 14 days.
- This does not apply to healthcare professionals related to Coronavirus (Covid-19).
- This does not apply to airline crew.

*****Internal Restrictions
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction.
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Saint Helena1. Passengers are not allowed to enter St. Helena.
- This does not apply to passengers who reside in St. Helena.
- This does not apply to passengers with a long-term permit.
- This does not apply to temporary contractors.
- This does not apply to sponsor Technical Cooperation Officers.
- This does not apply to passengers to Ascension.
- This does not apply to persons authorized in advance by the Governor.
2. Self-isolation for 14 days is mandatory when entering St. Helena.

*****Internal Restrictions
St Helena has introduced new entry restrictions in response to the global Coronavirus pandemic. Only those exempt from immigration control (ie St Helena citizens, residents, holders of long term entry permits) and sponsored Technical Cooperation Officers, contractors and travellers to Ascension will be permitted to enter. All new arrivals to St Helena will be subject to compulsory quarantine for 14 days.
All new arrivals to St Helena will be subject to compulsory quarantine for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Saint Kitts and NevisAll airports and ports are closed, inclusive for transit.

*****Inbound restrictions:
All travellers who have been to or travelled through China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore or South Korea within the 14 days prior to arrival are advised to not enter the country, and may be denied entry. Persons coming from or who have transited China will be subject to screening at the port of entry and may be detained and taken to a health facility for quarantine or have movement restricted if they are found to be symptomatic upon completion of a health screening. Increased surveillance at all ports of entry.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until 30 September. The nightly curfew has changed to 20.00 to 05.00 and beaches are open from 05.30 to 09.00 (local time) for exercise only. Non-essential businesses are closed, and essential businesses that remain open are required to maintain 6-feet between all persons inside and outside the business.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until 30 September. 19-22 May: People can go out for essential purposes from 20.00 to 05.00. The nightly curfew has changed to 20.00 to 05.00 and beaches are open from 05.30 to 09.00 for exercise only. Non-essential businesses are closed, and essential businesses that remain open are required to maintain 6-feet between all persons inside and outside the business.
All non-national travelers arriving from any other international destination will go through advanced screening process at point of entry, subjected to a mandatory quarantine period of not less than 14 days at a government designated quarantine site, and may be refused entry.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Saint Lucia1. Airports in St. Lucia reopened.
2. Passengers and airline crew:
- must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival; and
- are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.

*****Outbound ictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Government of St Lucia has made a series of announcements, which mean effective from 18 May: Businesses are permitted to recommence full operations, in their normal location and within normal business hours, adhering to COVID19 related protocols issues by the Ministry of Health. Educational institutions remain closed. Social events including the cinema and mass crowd events remain closed From 18 May St Lucia is under curfew from 9pm to 5am. Everyone should remain in their accommodation during this period. There are restrictions to the numbers allowed in stores so queues are possible. Medical facilities will remain open. Call 311 for latest information and advice from the Government of St Lucia.
Visitors are required to present certified proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of boarding their flight. Any national returning to St Lucia with a travel history to any of the restricted countries will be quarantined for 14 days. Travellers found to have higher-than-expected temperatures will undergo additional screening. Persons who travel from the US within the last 14 days who develop respiratory signs and symptoms will be isolated and tested for Covid19.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
All arriving passengers are required to provide documented proof of a negative test result for covid-19 obtained within 48 hours of travel to Saint Lucia. The negative test result for covid-19 must be presented prior to departure and upon arrival in Saint Lucia.
All passengers will undergo temperature screening on arrival and upon departure.
Saint Martin1. Passengers are not allowed to enter the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers who reside in the French West Indies.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for urgent health reasons.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling for imperative business reasons.
2. A completed International Travel Certificate must be presented prior to boarding and to Immigration upon arrival or when transiting the French West Indies. The certificate must be obtained before departure via the French consular offices abroad or online at https://www.interieur.gouv.fr
3. Passengers must go through a medical examination upon arrival and are subject to quarantine for a period of 14 days.
- This does not apply to healthcare professionals related to Coronavirus (Covid-19).
- This does not apply to airline crew.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Internal restrictions:
Gradual reopening of non-essential businesses begins 11 May, though restaurants remain closed to dining in. Schools will begin a phased reopening varying by grade level beginning 11 May and 18 May.
The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Saint Pierre et Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1. Regulations related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been lifted.
2. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.
A mandatory two-week self-quarantine period for anyone arriving in St Vincent and the Grenadines is being enforced. Quarantine of non-residents will be at the expense of the traveller.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Samoa*****International restrictions:
The border is closed except for returning Samoan citizens and residents.
Arriving citizens and residents must show that a COVID-19 test has been done within three days before departure for Samoa; and confirmation of completion of a 14 day quarantine period, before departure for Samoa. They will be subject to a further 14-day quarantine period upon arrival.
Flights between Samoa and Australia are suspended until further notice.


*****Internal restrictions:
Samoa has extended its State of Emergency until at least 7 June.
Public gatherings of five or more people except for church services are prohibited.
Public bus services have resumed as long as they do not take more than 20 passengers. Ferry services have partially resumed between Upolo and Savaii. Dining in restaurants may continue. For all the above, two-metre social distancing rules must be observed. Markets and supermarkets have also opened between 06.00 and 18.00, extending their operating hours by two hours each day, but they may not be open on Sundays.
The government plans to gradually relax ongoing in-country restrictions. Schools have reopened.
Travel to the island of Savai'i has been limited to just three days a week.
Samoan citizens and residents who arrive in Samoa but are subject to one of the restrictions above are undergoing mandatory 14-day quarantine periods at a designated hospital, but in most cases travelers are returned to the last port.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Arriving citizens and residents must show that a COVID-19 test has been done within three days before departure for Samoa.
San Marino1. Passengers are not allowed to enter
- This does not apply to:
- nationals or residents of Italy;
- passengers traveling on business;
- passengers traveling for urgent health reasons;
- healthcare personnel traveling on duty;
- passengers traveling for emergency reasons;
- passengers returning via Italy to their country of residence;
- passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
2. Residence permits issued by Italy which have expired between 31 January and 31 July 2020, are considered valid until 31 August 2020.
3. Passengers must present a completed self-declaration form to the transporting carrier and must communicate their entry to the Department of Prevention at local health units (ASL) of the entrance district.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
4. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling on business if their stay in Italy does not exceed 72 hours and if granted, the additional 48 hours of a justified extension for specific needs.

*****Internal Restrictions
There are no longer any Covid-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations.
There are no longer any Covid-19 related restrictions on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitisation regulations.
Sao Tome and PrincipeSuspension of international and domestic flights except for special humanitarian flights.

*****International restrictions:
Inbound and outbound commercial and charter passenger flights are suspended until further notice, Cargo flights continue operating normally. Nationals and non-national residents who return to the country are subject to mandatory home quarantine accompanied by health agents and police forces upon arrival. The docking of cruise ships at the country’s ports is also suspended. The suspension of all sea and air connections include movements between all the islands of Sao Tome and Principe - except for the health emergency services.
All travellers will be checked upon arrival and authorities will quarantine any traveller presenting fever or similar infection symptoms.

*****Internal restrictions:
On June 12, the government of São Tomé and Príncipe announced a three-phase plan for reopening. The plan has three phases:
---Phase 1 – June 16-30:
The mandatory curfew is no longer in effect.
Repatriation flights for Sao Tomean nationals and foreign residents of Sao Tome may resume.
Bakeries, gas stations and pharmacies may operate from 6:00 am until 6:00 pm.
Markets may operate Monday through Saturday from 5:00 am until 3:00 pm.
Restaurants and cafes may operate from 7:00 am until 4:00 pm with half the usual capacity and a maximum of 4 people per table from the same group or family respecting general health rules. Restaurants and cafes may offer takeout services from 4:00 pm until 10:00 pm.
Most other commercial enterprises such as banks and communication companies may operate between 7:30 am to 3:00 pm.
Government offices will operate from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm with reduced staffing.
Churches and other religious entities may open at one third of their usual capacity, respecting general health rules.

---Phase 2 – July 1 to 15:
Air travel will partially resume, allowing flights from member states of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
Hotels, guest houses, and casinos may reopen subject to regulations put in place by the Ministry of Tourism.
Restaurants and cafes may operate during usual operating hours with half the usual capacity and a maximum of 4 people per table from the same group or family respecting general health rules.
Private businesses (except for bars and clubs) and government offices may resume normal staffing and operations.
Some higher education facilities will reopen with limits of 20 students per class.
Museums, theaters, cultural exhibitions, and libraries may reopen.
Meetings and lectures may resume at 50% capacity for the space where the event occurs.
Churches and other religious entities may open at one half of their usual capacity, respecting general health rules.
Visits to hospitalized patients (excluding COVID-19 patients), residents of nursing homes, and prisoners may resume.

---Phase 3 – July 16-30:
All international commercial flights may resume and the government will resume flights and transportation by boat between the islands of Príncipe and São Tomé.
Markets may operate from Monday to Saturday between 5:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Gyms and similar enterprises may reopen.

Nationals of São Tomé and Príncipe and foreign residents in the country will be subject to obligatory quarantine on return.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Saudi ArabiaGovernment to lift nationwide curfew from 21 June; international flights remain suspended (Reuters, 20.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
The suspension of all international flights to/from Saudi Arabia is extended until further notice. All land crossings remain restricted to commercial trucks only. Saudi citizens and residents are NOT exempted. The Saudi authorities have introduced an online registration system to facilitate the repatriation of expatriates holding exit/re-entry or final exit visas to their home countries. Approved residents will receive an SMS with available dates and will be able to purchase flight tickets. Departures will take place through Riyadh-based King Khalid International Airport, Jeddah-based King Abdulaziz International Airport and Dammam-based King Fahd International Airport.

*****Internal restrictions:
Economic and commercial activities will continue as normal. People can go out for essentials from 09.00 to 17.00, except for Mecca and other areas under a full lockdown. A 24-hour curfew is in effect in Mecca and Medina and seven neighbourhoods in Jeddah: Al-Mahjar, Al-Qurayyat, Ghulail, Kilo 13, Kilo 14 North, Kilo 14 South and Petromin until further notice. Until 13 May, the 24- hour curfew the capital Riyadh, Tabuk (Tabuk province), rest of Jeddah, Taif (both Mecca province), Dammam, Dhahran, Qatif, Khobar (all Eastern province) and Hofuf will be reduced to 17.00 to 09.00. Curfew restrictions have been eased in Al-Qatif governorate (Eastern province). Residents are now allowed to go out during the curfew i.e. 09.00- 17.00, as well as enter and exit the governorate. In cities and neighbourhoods under 24-hour lockdown only one adult from each household is allowed to leave their home to procure essentials such as food and medicine between 09.00 and 17.00. Residents seeking to travel between provinces for humanitarian, emergency or exceptional circumstances can apply for permits through this online system.
Exemptions apply to those in vital public and private sectors such as security, military and media. Those who work in health services are also excluded from the curfew. Saudi Arabian Airlines domestic flights appear to be available for booking from 1 June, however this might change at short notice.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Saudi Arabia will lift a nationwide curfew and resume all economic and commercial activities as of Sunday 21 June morning.(Reuters, 20.06.2020)
Travelers arriving from outside Saudi Arabia, including Saudi citizens and residents, will be placed in health isolation for 14 days following their arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Scarborough Reef
SenegalClosure of Senegal's air borders has been extended until 30 June 2020 (The Point, 0106.2020)

Flights to Senegal are suspended.
The country’s airspace is closed until 2 July. Cargo, evacuation and special authorised flights will continue to operate normally.
Land borders remain closed though this does not affect the movement of security force personnel, or the movement of goods vehicles in the case of Guinea and Mali.

*****Internal restrictions:
A national state of emergency is in place until 2 July. This includes: a curfew between 11pm and 5am; the compulsory use of face masks in government buildings, private sector workplaces, shops and markets as well as all forms of transport. You are strongly advised to wear a face mask in public even when travelling alone in your own vehicle a ban on gatherings and demonstrations banning public or private meeting spaces as well as all public or private gatherings that could lead to civil disturbance The restriction on travel between regions has been lifted, with effect from 5am on 7 June, and authorisation will no longer needed to travel between regions. Internal flights are now restarting. The curfew hours have changed from 9pm-5am to 11pm-5am.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
The restriction on travel between regions has been lifted, with effect from 5am on 7 June, and authorisation will no longer needed to travel between regions. Internal flights are now restarting. The curfew hours have changed from 9pm-5am to 11pm-5am. As of 11 May, religious sites are open. From 5 June, restaurants, hotels and gyms are free to open to visitors, but sanitary measures and social distancing must be respected. Bars and nightclubs remain closed, and collective sports outside are still banned. On Thursday 4 June government announced current curfew hours will be shortened soon to 22pm to 5am. (Reuters, 04.06.2020)
Arriving travelers are tested for COVID-19 upon arrival at the airport. Individuals who test positive may be required to isolate in a facility designated by the Government of Senegal. Individuals should expect to self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Senkaku Islands
SerbiaSerbian government bans inbound flights by Montenegro Airlines following Montenegrin government's refusal to reopen borders to Serbia (exYUAviation, 27.05.2020)

*****International restrictions:
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport reopened for commercial traffic on 18 May. National carrier Air Serbia postponed the resumption of flights to 15 June. Most border crossings have been closed for passenger rail and road transport, apart from three border checkpoints with Hungary which reopened on 23 April to allow commuters only to cross the border for professional activities. Only Serbian citizens and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence permits will be allowed to enter. The restrictions do not apply for cargo transport. Foreign trucks and freight transport can only stay up to 12 hours in-country.
Serbia reopened its borders on 22 May to all foreigners. Border crossings with neighbouring countries are open but subject to entry requirements.Travellers will be handed an information sheet at the border. A negative COVID-19 test is no longer required. The government of Serbia also abolished self-isolation requirements upon entry. Travelers should be prepared for restrictions to change with little or no advance notice.

*****Internal restrictions:
There are no restrictions on movement for residents of all ages, but everyone is strongly advised to respect the social distancing measures when outside, avoid large crowds, maintain the distance of at least 6 ft from others, respect the limitations on public gatherings and use disinfectants and personal protection like gloves and face masks.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Some stores and shops have reopened, including dry cleaners, tailors, car mechanics, some retail stores such as bookstores, as well as outdoor farmers’ markets. Other businesses have resumed their operations as well - except those located in shopping centres - but must ensure health and safety measures can be respected. The government voted on 6 May on lifting the state of emergency and curfew. A decision on the reopening of restaurants, bars, shopping centres, spas is expected in the coming week - if social distancing measures can be respected. By 10 May public transport is expected to reopen in the cities Belgrade, Kragujevac and Nis; inter-municipal public transport will reopen during the same period. Gloves and facemasks are compulsory when using public transport. Air traffic is due to resume from 18 May. Air Serbia will resume operations to Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Vienna and Zurich. From 1 June the carrier will operate a more comprehensive schedule. Reopening of borders on 1 June for citizens of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia. In addition, in a joint agreement with Bulgaria and Greece, all Serbian citizens travelling for business, family or humanitarian reasons will be allowed to enter both countries without facing the mandatory 14 days quarantine.
The government of Serbia also abolished self-isolation requirements upon entry. Travelers should be prepared for restrictions to change with little or no advance notice.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Seychelles1. Airports in Seychelles re-opened.
2. Passengers and airline crew are not allowed to enter and transit.
- This does not apply to:
a. nationals and residents of Seychelles; and
b. passengers and airline crew arriving directly from Australia, Austria, Botswana, China (People's Rep.), Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Monaco, Namibia, New Zealand, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland or Thailand.
3. A completed application for entry into Seychelles must be submitted to the Public Health Commissioner before boarding. The form can be obtained at http://tourism.gov.sc .
4. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival and are subject to medical screening.
5. Nationals and residents of Seychelles are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
6. Visitors must have a hotel reservation confirmation.

*****International restrictions:
All foreign travellers, with the exception of nationals and permanent residents, who have been in Europe, China (including Hong Kong and Macao), South Korea, and Iran in the 14 days prior to arrival are not allowed to enter or transit through the country. Seychellois nationals will be exempt from these measures, though those returning from these countries will be placed under mandatory quarantine for 14 days upon re-entry. Any passenger arriving from ANY country (except returning Seychellois citizens) will NOT be allowed to enter Seychelles. All Seychellois citizens returning from ANY country will be subject to additional health screening and placed under obligatory quarantine for at least 14 days upon arrival. All foreign workers holding a work permit are not allowed to return until further notice. No new work permits are to be issued. All international flights are suspended with exception of cargo planes until at least 1 June.

*****Internal restrictions:
The lockdown has been lifted since 4 May. Restrictions on non-essential services and movement can gradually resume, with all shops allowed to stay open until 20.00. Other businesses, such as restaurants, postal services, construction and tourism activities are also allowed to operate. Primary and secondary schools will reopen on 18 May. Social distancing measures and situational awareness should be observed at all times.
Any passengers arriving in Seychelles will be subject to a two week mandatory isolation or quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Sierra LeoneInternational restrictions
All commercial flights to/from Freetown International Airport are suspended until 19 June. Emergency flights are exempt from the above travel restrictions. Land borders with Liberia and Guinea are closed until further notice. Essential cargo goods are exempt from this measure. International ports remain operational for freight only. Ferry services to/from Freetown International Airport are suspended although occasional pirogues might still operate on a private basis. Mandatory quarantine for travellers from countries with more than 50 COVID-19 confirmed cases.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until March 2021. All inter-district movement is prohibited indefinitely except for certified essential workers while an indefinite curfew is being observed between 21.00 and 06.00. Essential travellers and workers need to fill in an electronic pass before setting out. The army has been mobilised to enforce restrictions alongside police forces. All events gathering more than 100 people are banned. It is compulsory to wear a face mask when in public spaces. A temporary lockdown was in place from 3-5 May nationwide. All other existing measures, including the ban on inter-district travel, were upheld during this time and remain in place after the lockdown.
Currently quarantine is mandatory for any individuals who meet these requirements:

All travelers arriving at any point of entry from a country with less than 50 confirmed cases of COVID-19 will be documented. Follow up with these arrivals will continue for a period of 14 days by designated surveillance officers/contact tracers.
All travelers arriving at any point of entry from a country with more than 50 confirmed cases of COVID-19, at any point in time, will have to be quarantined for a period of 14 days.
The Government of Sierra Leone strongly recommends that individuals planning to visit Sierra Leone from a country with more than 200 confirmed cases of COVID-19 consider deferring their travel plans. If they must travel, they may visit, but will be quarantined as required.
All travelers arriving with a Laissez-passer, emergency travel certificate, or ID card will be immediately taken to a quarantine facility for secondary screening.
Sierra Leone will review the new quarantine policy regularly and it could change without advance notice based on the epidemiology of the outbreak.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
SingaporeAuthorities to allow travelers to transit through Changi Airport starting 2 June (Bangkok Post, 20.05.2020). Singapore will gradually reopen its borders with safeguards in place to allow Singaporeans to conduct essential activities abroad and for foreigners to enter and transit through the country. (CNA, 19.05.2020)

*****International restrictions:
Transit through Changi Airport for foreign travellers will be allowed from 2 June.
All Long-Term Pass holders, as well as those who have been granted IPA for LTVP, who are planning to enter or return to Singapore must obtain the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority permission before they commence their journey to Singapore. They can do so by submitting their application for entry to [email protected]
All travellers permitted to enter Singapore have to submit a health declaration form online before proceeding with immigration clearance.
All short-term visitors are not permitted to enter or transit through Singapore. The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will only allow work pass holders who provide essential services to return to the country. At the current juncture, all work pass holders intending to return to Singapore need to obtain MOM’s approval prior to undertaking the journey.
British Airways BA15 and BA16 flights from London to Sydney have a specific arrangement with Singapore allowing flights to land in Singapore for refuelling. Passengers will not be allowed to leave the plane during this process.
Arriving citizens and residents must show that a COVID-19 test has been done within three days before departure for Samoa; and confirmation of completion of a 14 day quarantine period, before departure for Samoa. They will be subject to a further 14-day quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival.
Chinese nationals with a long-term pass in Singapore may only fly into Singapore if their final destination is Singapore - they may not transit to another location via Singapore. They will be quarantined upon entry to Singapore.
The MOM will reject all new work pass applications for foreign workers from mainland China until further notice. Renewal applications for existing work pass holders will not be affected.
Singaporeans are advised to defer all travel abroad.

*****Internal restrictions:
Singapore has implemented internal measures effective until at least 1 June, under which non-essential movements will be discouraged and most offices will be required to establish work-from-home arrangements. Markets and supermarkets, clinics, hospitals, utilities, transportation and key banking services will remain open. Food establishments will also remain open, but for takeaway services only. Key economic sectors that are considered strategic or linked to the global supply chain will also remain open, but with stringent distancing measures.
Access to specific locations is limited based on dates of the month. While only four locations were targeted by these measures, targeted action will be taken to limit movement at popular areas, indicating similar restrictions may be imposed in the coming days. More details on the restrictions can be found on the National Environment Agency’s website.
So as to assist in contact tracing, those visiting popular malls and supermarkets are required to provide their contact details, while all workers permitted to enter their workplaces during the circuit-breaker measures are required to use a digital check-in application, SafeEntry. More details on SafeEntry’s deployment at workplaces can be found at the relevant government website.
It is mandatory for all to wear masks when in public, except those aged below two years old and those doing vigorous exercises. People who fail to do so will be fined, serious cases will be prosecuted in court.
All social gatherings of any size in public and private spaces are banned. Any offence will be punishable by a fine and in certain cases imprisonment. More details of the restrictions are available here.
All non-essential 'large-scale' events are cancelled.
Employers have been advised to strengthen their business continuity plans, including allowing employees to work from home. Stricter control measures, such as restricting the number of visitors, can also be expected to be imposed at healthcare facilities and schools.
From 5 May, ‘circuit breaker’ measures have been gradually eased; selected work places are permitted to reopen at limited capacity, depending on their level of essentiality. Traditional Chinese Medicine shops were allowed to operate from 5 May. From 12 May onwards, selected businesses such as home-based food operations, food manufacturers, barbers and laundry services will be allowed to resume operations at a limited capacity. There are plans for students to return to school in small groups from 19 May, where graduating cohorts will be prioritised. Social distancing measures will remain in place.
Arrivals from anywhere in the world entering Singapore will be required to serve a 14 day period isolated in a hotel room or similar accommodation provided by the Singapore government. Whilst you are serving this period of 14 days isolation you will not be allowed to leave your room. The 14 day period cannot be reduced, even if you wish to leave Singapore. Failure to comply carries a fine and a jail term of up to six months.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Sint EustatiusInbound restrictions:
Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents. Movement restrictions between French St. Martin and Dutch St. Maarten were lifted for the Dutch side. French St. Martin still requires a waiver for movement.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
A nightly curfew is in effect from 21.00 to 06.00 until further notice. On 11 May, a four phase process to reopen business started under government guidelines. All businesses must ensure social distancing, use of masks among other measures.
Passengers traveling from locations with widespread sustained transmission of COVID-19 must ensure they isolate themselves (in self-quarantine) for 14 days upon arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Sint Maarten1. Passengers and airline crew are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Anguilla, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba., Curacao, Guadeloupe, Martinique or St. Barthelemy who did not travel 21 days before departure.
- This does not apply to residents of St. Maarten with a residence permit and a letter from the Minister of Justice.
- This does not apply to nationals of the Netherlands residing in St. Maarten, not arriving from Anguilla, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba., Curacao, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Barthelemy.
2. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Anguilla, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba., Curacao, Guadeloupe, Martinique or St. Barthelemy who did not travel 21 days before departure.

*****Inbound restrictions:
Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents. On 18 May, movement restrictions between French St. Martin and Dutch St. Maarten are lifted for the Dutch side. French St. Martin still requires a waiver for movement.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
A nightly curfew is in effect from 21.00 to 06.00 until further notice. On 11 May, a four phase process to reopen business started under government guidelines. All businesses must ensure social distancing, use of masks among other measures.
Sint Maarten lifted its “shelter-in-place” order on May 11, 2020, but social distancing protocols remain in effect when in public.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
SlovakiaSlovakian government to allow travel to Poland from 20 June (Reuters, 19.06.2020). Kosice International Airport in Slovakia is partly restarting its operation with flights being resumed by Kosice-Prague route operated by Czech Airlines (CSA). The first flight is scheduled for 15 June. The next airline to resume its flights from Kosice is Austrian Airlines, operating the Vienna-Kosice line. The first flights are scheduled for 22 June. (Reuters, 10.06.2020)

1. Flights to Slovakia are suspended.
- This does not apply to flights from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Slovenia and Switzerland.
- This does not apply to flights carrying residents of Slovakia.
2. Passengers are not allowed to enter Slovakia.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Slovenia or Switzerland.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Slovakia.
3. Passengers who have visited a country other than Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Slovenia and Switzerland in the past 14 days must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 96 hours before arrival.
4. Passengers who have visited a country other than Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Slovenia and Switzerland in the past 14 days are subject to medical screening and quarantine.

*****Internal restrictions:
Shoppers are required to cover their mouth and nose upon entering a supermarket. All schools and universities are closed until 1 June. Public transport is operating according to a reduced time table; travellers must wear a mask or otherwise cover their mouth and nose when using public transport, entering shops and offices. Taxi services are allowed to carry food or goods to and from individuals but they are not allowed to carry people.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Free movement between Czechia and Slovakia to resumed from 4 June (Reuters, 03.06.2020)
From 21 May, travel to Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Switzerland is allowed for a maximum of 24 hours.
From 3 June, swimming pools, spas, and indoor sports facilities can open to the public, and sports competitions can take place with spectators. Limits on opening hours of restaurants and numbers at each table are lifted.
It is no longer compulsory to enter state quarantine on arrival. You should bring with you a negative Covid-19 test and self-isolate on arrival. The exception to this is if you have spent the previous 14 days only in countries on an approved list. These are currently Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Monaco, Montenegro, and the Faroe Islands.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

If you arrive from a country other then: Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Monaco, Montenegro, and the Faroe Island, or if you visited an unlisted country within the previous 14 days, you will need to be able to show to the police at the border a negative Covid-19 (RT-PCR) test no older than 96 hours in English, German, Czech or Slovak or translated into one of these languages. If there are no police controls at the border, you must present your negative test to the nearest regional Public Health Authority office without delay. You must then enter self-isolation.
SloveniaGovernment imposes 14-day quarantine for most people arriving from Serbia, Bosnia, Kosovo (Reuters, 18.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Slovakia or Switzerland.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Slovenia.
- This does not apply to nationals of Andorra, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), San Marino, Serbia and Vatican City (Holy See) returning via Slovenia to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to passengers with diplomatic passports.
2. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Slovenia arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Slovakia or Switzerland.

*****Internal restrictions:
Commuting for work reasons or movements for health emergencies are allowed. Access to public places is also prohibited. Public gatherings are banned. Public transport (trains and buses) is operating again at reduced schedules and limited seating capacity. facemasks are mandatory on public transport.
Citizens must wear a facemask when indoors.

*****Relaxation of restrictions
The easing of restrictions starting on 18 May will be subject to a 14-day observation period before further potential easing measures in June. All shops can reopen on 18 May. Bars and restaurants will also be able to service customers indoors. Kindergartens and certain grades in primary and secondary will gradually reopen from 18 May. The number of pupils per classroom will remain restricted. A majority of sports activities, including training and competitions in team sports, are allowed to resume from 23 May. Tourist accommodation with less than 30 rooms will resume work. However, spas, discos and nightclubs will remain closed. Bars and restaurants can reopen if they serve outside and if they respect social distancing (1.5 meter between each customer) Minimum opening hours of food shops are set between 08.00 and 18.00 (except for shops that were already open for less than ten hours before 12 march.
14-day quarantine is required for a person entering Slovenia as a temporary or permanent resident of a country that is not on the list of epidemiologically safe countries/administrative regions, or for a person coming to Slovenia from such a country. The list of countries and its changes will be posted regularly on the web page of the National Institute of Public Health: www.nijz.siCOVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Solomon Islandsinternational flights to remain suspended until end of August because of COVID-19 (RNZ, 14.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
All international flights to/from the Solomon Islands have been suspended until further notice, with exceptions to repatriation flights. The authorities have banned entry to all non-citizens. All returning Solomon Islands citizens and residents who have a travel history to any country with confirmed COVID-19 cases are subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine. The authorities have also banned the movement of small craft vessels (less than ten metres) in the shared maritime border with Papua New Guinea.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until at least July. The capital Honiara was declared an emergency zone and ordered to close all entertainment venues. Short-notice curfews such as those seen overnight on 11-12 April are likely to be imposed intermittently. Popular tourist location Aneityum island remains under lockdown due to a confirmed COVID-19 case.
People identified as persons of interest based on testing and screening measures may be required to undergo a 28-day quarantine at a government-designated site.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known

SomaliaDomestic flights to resume from 8 June (Trend, 06.06.2020)

Airports in Somalia are closed.
- This does not apply to medical and humanitarian flights or technical landings where passengers and airline crew do not disembark. These flights must have a pre-authorization from the Somali Civil Aviation Authority obtained at [email protected] .
- This does not apply to emergency flights.

*****International restrictions:
All inbound and outbound commercial and cargo flights to the capital Mogadishu, the autonomous region of Puntland and self-declared republic of Somaliland remain suspended until further notice. Cargo flights delivering medicines and other humanitarian supplies are exempt. Internal flights in Somalia have been suspended indefinitely. UNHAS is currently required to submit daily requests in order to operate cargo flights.
Self-declared republic of Somaliland announced its border to be closed for three weeks; any passengers arriving its airports from other parts of Somalia will be required to undergo mandatory self-isolation for 14 days. Commercial outbound flights between Hargeisa and Addis Ababa may still be available on a limited basis. The border in the Gedo region with Kenya and Ethiopia is closed.

*****Internal restrictions:
A night curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 (local time) is in effect in Mogadishu. Puntland has declared a dusk-to-dawn curfew. The security forces announced a lockdown in Mogadishu; it includes movement restrictions and the enforcement of social distancing.
•Somali authorities have established a quarantine unit at Aden Adde International Airport (AAIA) in Mogadishu to isolate passengers who demonstrate symptoms of coronavirus.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
South AfricaSome domestic flights to resume from 1 June (The South African, 30.05.2020)

1. Flights to South Africa are suspended.
- This does not apply to repatriation, medevac and emergency flights.
2. Nationals and residents of South Africa are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 21 days.

*****International restrictions:
A state of disaster is in place. South African airspace is closed to commercial airlines. All international and domestic flights suspended. South African Airways suspends all international and regional flights till 31 May, though the airline is operating limited repatriation charter flights sponsored by respective governments. There are infrared thermometers and health personnel at all ports of entry (air, sea, and land) for screening passengers.

Repatriations need to be organised in liaison with the travellers embassy for necessary road movement permits to be granted; travellers may need to be escorted by embassy to the airport.

*****Internal restrictions:
A national lockdown is in place indefinitely. The lockdown will henceforth be implemented according to a 5-tier scale based on the current risk assessment, with Level 5 being the highest level of restrictions. Level 4 is currently in place. A curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 is in place. Individuals can only leave their homes outside the curfew for essential and non-prohibited purposes, such to seek medical care, purchase necessary supplies (such as food and medicine) or collect social grants. They do not need a permission letter but will be asked to provide receipt as proof. Individuals who need to leave their residence for reasons other than the above, such as work, require a permission letter that states their movement is essential. This letter can be issued by one’s employer or local police. People can also exercise within 5km of their homes from 06.00 to 09.00. A protective mask should be worn outside one's home at all times. Restaurants are open for takeaway and delivery services. Movement between provinces is prohibited with very limited exceptions; the latter require prior approval. Repatriations need to be organised in liaison with the travellers embassy for necessary road movement permits to be granted; travellers may need to be escorted by embassy to the airport. Public transport operates with limited capacity; travellers must wear a face mask.
Travellers who arrived to South Africa from any of the banned countries after March 9, 2020, are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
South SudanInbound international flights is allowed with medical certificate stating they have tested negative for COVID-19.
Inbound passengers will have to self-isolate for 14 days.
Land border crossings remain closed to private vehicles and passenger buses, though exceptions are made for emergency services, food deliveries, humanitarian aid and fuel tankers.

UNHAS PAX Ops pax flights cancelled on 15 April. Air space in ROSS for domestic.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
A curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00. Outside curfew hours, bars, restaurants and shops are allowed to open, though with some restrictions including maintaining social distancing. Some public transport, including boda bodas, are also allowed to operate.
Major gatherings, including sporting events, religious ceremonies, weddings and political rallies, are currently banned.

Upon arrival to Juba all inbound passengers will have to observe mandatory 14 days self-quarantine in their own residence/hotel and as arranged by each Agency, regardless of COVID-19 certificate/test they have.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All passenger mast have a valid COVID-19 negative test certificate, to be present upon arrival to the Health Authorities at Juba International Airport. Certificates should be presented at the check-in desk at Addis Ababa Bole international airport.
Sovereignty unsettled
SpainSpain’s borders are now open to nearly all European Union countries as of Sunday, June 21. Travellers from UK will also be able to enter the country without undergoing quarantine on arrival.
Portugal remains the lone exception to the reopening as people will be allowed to enter across its borders with Spain from July 1.

*****Internal restrictions:
Effective May 15 through June 30, passengers arriving in Spain from other countries will be required to self-isolate at their home/place of accommodation for the 14 days immediately following their arrival. During this mandatory period following arrival in Spain, leaving home/accommodation will only be possile to shop for food, medications, or other basic necessities, to seek medical assistance, or in other very limited emergency circumstances.
Parliament approved another extension of the ‘state of alarm’ until 21 June.This gives the government emergency powers to impose limitations on movement and impose other extraordinary measures. Countrywide restrictions on movement remain in force and residents have been asked to remain at home except to go to work, to buy food, medicines and other essentials, or in the event of emergencies. However infants under the age of 14 allowed out for one hour. The wearing of facemasks on public transport was made compulsory from 4 May. Hotels and short-stay accommodation (such as short-stay campsites or caravan parks) are closed. The measures do not apply to long-term accommodation, such as long-stay campsites, as long as travellers can cater for themselves and do not rely on communal facilities, which will be closed.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
The gradual relaxation of restrictions began from 4 May, starting with lifting minor restrictions on internal movement. The government is planning to start gradually easing the restrictions as follows. Each autonomous regional government will be able to modify restrictions depending on local realities and all dates remain approximate depending on the evolution of sanitary context. From 4 May, phase 0: appointment based services were allowed to reopen such as hairdressers, dentists, beauty parlours. In the Canary and Balearic islands, phase 1 will start on 4 May unlike the rest of the country (mainland) - see below. From 11 May, phase 1: bars, terraces and restaurants will be able to reopen only to a third of their capacity in selected areas. Bookstores and museums will be allowed to operate to 40% of their capacity. Family members will be allowed to attend funerals. Small gatherings will be allowed for ‘healthy individuals, with no vulnerabilities and no underlying conditions’. Hotels may reopen past this time, with a limited guest number of a third of their capacity and without the use of common spaces. Religious places may also reopen under the same restrictions. Territories authorised to proceed in phase 1 are listed on the Ministry of Health website. From 25 May, phase 2, theatres, cinemas and other cultural locations will be open to a third of their capacity. Weddings may include family members and friends past this phase but no further details are available as of yet. From 8 June, phase 3, food and beverage commerce may open to 50% of their capacity and travel within one’s region of accommodation. Some restrictions have already been lifted for some non-essential workers who are not able to work from home (e.g. the construction sector), while some factories have also been permitted to resume operations.
The authorities continue to recommend that citizens respect social distancing measures and wear face masks. Further details will be made available closer to those dates. Inter-regional travel may be relaxed from 22 June. Universities will remain closed until September. Schools will reopen gradually, with some exceptions to accommodate small children of essential workers. On 11 May, the national train operator Renfe began resuming normal service to suburbs with increased frequencies to ensure social distancing measures and avoid overcrowding. The return to normal operations will be gradual in Madrid, Barcelona and the other ten cities where it operates.
Effective May 15 through June 30, passengers arriving in Spain from other countries will be required to self-isolate at their home/place of accommodation for the 14 days immediately following their arrival. During this mandatory period following your arrival in Spain, you will only be allowed to leave your home/accommodation to shop for food, medications, or other basic necessities, to seek medical assistance, or in other very limited emergency circumstances.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Passengers and crew have to wear masks on all means of transportation (flights included).
Spratly Islands
Sri LankaGovernment plans to reopen tourism sector in mid-June (Reuters, 31.05.2020). International airport may re-open for foreign tourists from 1 August (Xinhua, 27.05.2020).

1. Airports in Sri Lanka are closed.
- This does not apply to:
a. Aircraft departures with passengers originating from Colombo, stop overs, transit passengers or visiting tourists.
b. Emergency Diversions to Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB).
c. Freighter Operations and humanitarian flights to CMB.
d. Technical landings at CMB.
2. A completed Health Declaration Form must be presented to the public health inspectors or any other authorized officials upon arrival.
3. Airline crew must self-quarantine at the location mentioned in the Health Declaration Form and have meals only through in-room dining until they operate the next flight. They must follow strict procedures and hygienic measures adopted by the Government of Sri Lanka.
4. Visas and ETAs issued by Sri Lanka have been invalidated.
5. The maximum allowed transit time at CMB is 12 hours. Passengers must have a confirmed onward connection.
6. Passengers and airline crew are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test and self-quarantine.
- This does not apply to airline crew who do not disembark the aircraft.

Travellers already in Sri Lanka can have their visit visas extended to 11 June. They are advised not to visit the Department of Immigration and Emigration to apply for an extension, but to await further confirmation or instructions from the authorities. Those leaving the country during this period will pay the visa fee at the airport on departure without penalty. All types of visa previously issued remain temporarily suspended until further notice. All types of Electronic Travel Authorisations (ETA), entry visas, landing endorsements, multiple entry visas and residence visas issued are also suspended until further notice.
Foreigners should register on the Tourist & Expatriate Support Center website for further assistance. Alternatively, they can call the Sri Lanka Tourism 24/7 hotline at 1912. Outbound flights, technical landings, transits, freight and emergency flights will continue to operate exclusively from Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB). Maximum permitted transit time is strictly no more than five hours and transit passengers must have a confirmed onward connection out of CMB.

*****Internal restrictions:
The government has reduced curfew measures in most of the country. However, overnight curfew measures (12am – 4am) and social distancing instructions remain in force everywhere. The police may arrest anyone breaking curfew or social distancing. Curfew measures are being updated regularly, for which it is advised to follow the media. Checkpoints have been introduced in a number of places, and those not adhering to the restrictions risk arrest. Transport Ministery said buses and trains had resumed normal services in Colombo and Gampaha from Monday, but strict health guidelines would be maintained

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Authorities relax curfew in Colombo from 26 May (The Stateman, 26.05.20)
Buses and trains had resumed normal services in Colombo and Gampaha from Monday 8 June. (Outlook, 9.06.2020)
Any passenger with symptoms (e.g. a fever) when passing through a thermal scanner will be transported to a local hospital and held in isolation for further screening.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Travellers will be subject to PCR tests upon their arrival and they could enter the country after results are received within 24 hours.
SudanSudan extends lockdown in Khartoum state to June 29 (Reuters, 17.06.2020). Sudan will keep its airports closed to international and internal scheduled commercial flights for another two weeks until June 28 (Reuters, 14.06.2020)

Government extends full curfew in Khartoum until 18 June, closure of airport until 14 June (OSAC, 02.06.2020).

*****International restrictions:
Authorities closed all airports, ports and land crossings, declaring a public health emergency. Humanitarian (although UNHAS operations are restricted), commercial and technical support shipments are excluded from the restrictions.
All travellers entering Sudan are required to complete a medical form upon their arrival.
All ports and land borders have been closed indefinitely. Airports are closed until further notice.
Sudanese nationals may be repatriated; authorities have not clarified how.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Flights to Sudan are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian, medical and repatriation flights.

*****Internal restrictions:
A nightly curfew is in place from 18.00 to 06.00. All public and private passenger movement between cities and states are banned until further notice. In Khartoum state, residents will be permitted to leave their homes to purchase essential goods within their respective neighbourhoods. Grocery stores and pharmacies are expected to remain operational during the curfew. The 24-hour curfew in Khartoum state, including the capital Khartoum and Omdurman, is extended until at least 15 June. In North Darfur state, the authorities blocked all entrances and exits to the state capital El Fasher. In South Darfur state, similar restrictions have been put in place; all entrances and exits to the state have been blocked and a curfew is in place in the state’s capital Nyala from 18.00 to 06.00. Similar restrictions are in place in Al Qadarif and Red Sea states.
For suspected cases, the Ministry of Health has established isolation centers at the Khartoum Teaching Hospital and at the Jebra Trauma Center. WFP staff are subject to staff a mandatory quarantine upon arrival for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
SurinameInbound restrictions:
Suriname’s airspace, ports, and borders remain closed until at least 31 May. All scheduled international flights to and from Suriname are suspended, and land and ferry border crossings closed. Provisions have been made for cargo flights between Suriname and the Netherlands.

*****Outbound restrictions:
All scheduled international flights to and from Suriname are suspended, and land and ferry border crossings closed. Travellers recommended to contact their embassies.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
Suriname has announced that it is instituting a “total” lockdown that will last from 1800 on Thursday, June 4, until 0600 hours on Friday, June 12. This means that all residents of the country should stay at home except for short trips for essential needs. Grocery stores, small vegetable stands, bakeries, butchers, pharmacies, and gas stations as well as restaurant carry-out are authorized to operate between 0800 and 1700 each day. The government will restrict the number of people gathered in one location to five and restrict the number of people in a private motor vehicle to two and in a taxi to two passengers. The Government of Suriname reminds everyone to wear a face covering when in public.
The Government of Suriname has announced that residents returning to Suriname on future repatriation flights will be placed under 14-day quarantine upon arrival.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands
SwedenGovernment will ease restrictions on domestic travel from 13 June (Reuters, 04.06.2020)

Passengers arriving from outside Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, and their family members, if the purpose of the journey is to return to his or her home.
- This does not apply to passengers with a British passport and their family members, if the purpose of the journey is to return to his or her home.
- This does not apply to passengers with a residence permit issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom, if the purpose of the journey is to return to his or her home.
- This does not apply to passengers with a national visa issued by Sweden, if the purpose of the journey is to return to his or her home.
- This does not apply to the following passengers:
a. healthcare personnel;
b. border workers;
c. personnel transporting goods and other personnel in the transport sector to the necessary extent;
d. persons covered by Chapter 2. Section 10 of the Aliens Act (2005: 716);
e. persons working in international organizations, military personnel and relief workers;
f. passengers in transit;
g. persons with urgent family reasons;
h. persons in need of international protection or for other humanitarian reasons.

*****International restrictions:
Swedish authorities advise to temporarily stop non-essential travel to the country. The measure will be in effect until 15 June. Swedish citizens, residents and other people with an important reason for being in-country will be able to enter the country.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Swedish government has announced that individuals without symptoms are allowed to travel domestically, but are urged to continue to follow the Public Health Agency’s advice and restrictions related to coronavirus. People over 70 are advised to stay close to home.
Public gatherings of more than 50 people are banned, as are visits to elderly care homes. The government encourages working from home. The elderly are recommended to stay at home and relatives asked not to visit.
In Sweden, most preventative measures don’t involve involuntary quarantine. Instead, individuals are expected to act responsibly and follow the given recommendations, including immediately seeking out medical assistance if signs of infection appear.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
SwitzerlandDelays expected in Zurich Airport. Passengers planning to fly into or out of the affected airport region should contact their airline to confirm flight status. (Eurocontrol, 27.05.2020)

Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
- This does not apply to nationals or residents of Switzerland or Liechtenstein.
- This does not apply to passengers who are entitled to freedom of movement (e.g. citizens of EU/EFTA-states and other persons, such as their family members, deriving rights from the act and on the free movement of persons).
- This does not apply to passenger with a cross-border commuter permit, with a C-visa issued by Switzerland for the purpose of "business meetings" as specialists in the field of health or "official visit" of great importance, with a D-visa issued by Switzerland or who have an assurance of a residence permit.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling directly through Switzerland to another Schengen Member State from which they hold a residence permit, work permit or a national visa.
- This does not apply to passengers who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Swiss Government have started a phased relaxation of the “extraordinary measures” introduced in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). All shops, restaurants, markets, museums and libraries are now able to reopen with social distancing measures in place. Restaurants are able to accommodate groups of more than four people. Events of up to 300 people are permitted. All contact with other individuals should be kept to a minimum, and a distance of 2 metres should be maintained at all times. The public are encouraged to stay at home and employers urged to allow staff to work from home.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
The borders with France, Germany and Austria will reopen fully on 15 June if the health situation does not deteriorate. The land border between Canton Ticino (Switzerland) and Brusino, Ligornetto and Ponte Cremenaga (Italy) was reopened on 5 May. The crossing points are open for travel Monday to Friday on the following times:
Ponte Cremenaga 06.00-10.00 and 16.00-19.00 Brusino 05.00-09.00 and 16.00-20.00
Ligornetto: 06.00-10.00 and 16.00-19.30
An increased number of applications for work in Switzerland have been allowed. Further details are available on the government website.
On 8 June restaurants and bars can reopen.
Gatherings of more than five people can resume but will still be limited to 1,000 people.
Domestic trains and public transport have gradually resumed operations.
There aren’t any quarantined locations at this time.
However, the Swiss Federal Council has urgently called upon the entire population to stay at home.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Syrian Arab RepublicInternational restrictions:
All travel, including for religious purposes, has been suspended to and from Iraq and Jordan.

UNHAS PAX Ops are being established.

*****International restrictions:
All land borders into Syria have been closed to passenger traffic. International and domestic commercial flights remain suspended. Trucks are allowed to enter and exit the territories of the Syrian Arab Republic after all preventive health measures have been taken at border crossings. Authorisation for diplomats, consular officials, and members of international organizations, missions and commissions may enter Syria after obtaining authorisation from relevant authorities and undergoing medical examinations. Syrians returning from abroad on government-organised repatriation flights are required to undergo 14-day quarantine at designated facilities.

*****Internal movement restrictions
In Assad-led government-controlled areas, a curfew is in place from 06.00 to 18.00 (all times local). Businesses and markets are allowed to re-open, only working from 08.00 to15.00. Movement between provinces in government held areas prohibited. The Kurdish-led Autonomous Administration in northeast Syria has imposed a curfew and restricted movement with the exceptions for hospitals, public clinics, pharmacies, sterilization teams, cleaners, bakeries, food stores, vehicles for transporting food and infant formula, fuel tankers, and international organisations such as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Kurdish Red Crescent (KRC). Those who violate curfew will be fined and their vehicles will be impounded.
Syrians returning from abroad on government-organised repatriation flights are required to undergo 14-day quarantine at designated facilities.
WFP staff coming from Beirut should do the PCR test upon arrival and wait 8 hours for the results, before transiting to Damascus. Upon arrival in Damascus and will stay for 5 days in Yaafour for self quarantine before being accommodated in FSH.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
TadjikistanGovernment eases COVID-19 restrictions; borders, railways remain closed (Reuters, 15.06.2020)
1. Flights to Tajikistan are suspended.
2. Passengers and airline crew are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

Flights to and from Tajikistan are suspended, though a limited number of repatriation flights (of Tajik nationals back to Tajikistan, and for foreign nationals wishing to leave) are operating.

*****International restrictions:Temporary restrictions have been introduced on the entry of all citizens of foreign countries and stateless persons through all checkpoints on the Republic of Tajikistan’s borders.These restrictions do not apply to diplomats of foreign states and representatives of international organisations and financial institutions, as well as members of their families accredited in the Republic of Tajikistan. All land border crossings are closed, except for cargo transport. Those allowed entry must self-isolate in the places of their permanent residence for 14 days. Visa issuance for Chinese nationals has been suspended.

A mandatory 14-day quarantine is applicable to most arriving visitors,. There is no alternative to quarantine in a Tajik-government facility at this time for arrivals who have transited a country with reported cases of COVID-19. Tajikistan is currently taking oral and nasal swabs for COVID-19 testing. Quarantine locations may depend on availability of space and the port of entry.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
TaiwanTaiwan is planning to reduce the quarantine period for visitors arriving on short-term business trips. Business travelers on two- or three-day trips, arriving from countries such as New Zealand, which are at extremely low risk for COVID-19, will be required to remain in quarantine for five days instead of two weeks. At the end of the five-day quarantine, the visitors will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense and released once they test negative. Short-term business travelers from countries with relatively high risk of COVID-19 will be quarantined for 10 days, after which the procedure will be the same. Business people from countries where COVID-19 is not under control or who intend to stay longer than three days will be required to follow the current 14-day quarantine regulations. (Focus Taiwan, 20.05.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to transit Chinese Taipei.
2. Passengers are not allowed to enter Chinese Taipei.
- This does not apply to passengers with a Chinese Taipei travel document.
- This does not apply to passengers with an Alien Resident Certificate.
- This does not apply to personnel on diplomatic or official business.
- This does not apply to passengers who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations, or passengers requiring special permission.
- This does not apply to passengers with a visa with "SPECIAL ENTRY PERMIT FOR COVID-19 OUTBREAK" stated on remarks.
3. Passengers allowed to enter must observe a 14-day home quarantine upon arrival.
4. All arriving passengers and crew members must present a completed Health Declaration Form.

*****International Restrictions:All foreign nationals are denied entry into Chinese Taipei. Exceptions include Republic of China (ROC) citizens, diplomatic staff, permanent residents (APRC), Alien Residency Certificate (ARC) holders and business people with special permits. Travellers will not be allowed to transit through Chinese Taipei until further notice. Travellers permitted to enter Chinese Taipei will be subject to mandatory 14-day home quarantine. Inbound travellers allowed to enter Taiwan that have had travel history in the past 14 days to Southeast Asia, America or Europe will need to complete the COVID-19 Health Declaration and Home Quarantine Notice and confirm if their residence satisfies the home quarantine requirements before boarding. Travellers living with people who are 65 years old or older, children 6 years old or under, persons with chronic disease (such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or lung disease), or persons who don’t have a separate room (including a separate bathroom) will be required to live in quarantine hotels upon arrival. From 8 May, Taiwanese people who have not left Hubei province may return to Chinese Taipei but will need to undergo a 14-day period of quarantine in a designated facility.

*****Internal restrictions:
Social distancing rules are in place. Wearing of masks is mandatory on public transportation such a MRT and buses.
Any traveler arriving from outside Taiwan and granted entry are subject to a 14-day home quarantine. Local officials will call the individual under home quarantine every day during the 14-day period to ask about the individual’s health status and will record the information on a Health Status Record form.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
ThailandSeven airports were allowed to reopen to domestic flights as of 6 June. These include: Tak, Trad, Nakhon Ratchasima, Narathiwat, Pai, Phetchabun and Sukhothai. (Xinhuanet, 06.06.2020)
Domestic flights to resumed at Phuket International Airport on 15 June (02.06.2020).

International inbound flights to Thailand are suspended. International flights expected to resume in September at the earliest. (BT, 21.06.2020)
This does not apply to state or military aircraft, emergency landing, technical landing without disembarkation, humanitarian medical or relief flights, repatriation flights (commercial or government) and cargo flights. All flight permits granted for this period will be cancelled.

*****International Restrictions: Travellers in Thailand are required to carry their ID and have their temperature checked.
Passengers will be subject to a 14-day quarantine and will be transported by an allocated vehicle to a government-designated facility upon arrival. Returning citizens and residents who are not coming from “high-risk areas”, such as countries with ongoing local transmission of COVID-19, and stay outside of the capital Bangkok or surrounding provinces, can request self-quarantine at their residences by presenting a negative test result for COVID-19.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has opened up more airports for special international flights. Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Hat Yai, Hua Hin, Krabi, Koh Samui and Surat Thani have been given permission to handle international flights which are repatriating foreign nationals, or Thai citizens coming home.
Diplomats and members of international organisations and their families, and foreigners with valid work permits in Thailand, and some other categories of people are still able to enter as long as they obtain a fit-to-fly certificate issued not more than 72 hours before arrival. Diplomats must have a certificate of entry approved by Thai government agencies (eg. Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
The Interior Ministry has ordered for a maximum of one land checkpoint to be opened per border province. Only Chiang Rai will be exempted, as it borders both Myanmar and Laos.Checkpoints with Malaysia are closed.The first Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge in Task is closed.The border linking Kanchanaburi and Myanmar is closed.
Ban Khao Din in Sa Kaeo linking Thailand to Cambodia is closed.
Returning citizens are required to provide a medical certificate stating their health is fit for flying (“Fit to Fly” Health Certificate) and a letter certifying their return to Thailand issued by the Royal Thai Embassy, Thai Consular Office or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If the travellers could not present the documents mentioned above, they will be denied from boarding the flight.
Over 357 checkpoints have been set up across the country to check local and international travellers for symptoms.Members of a diplomatic mission, cabin crew or essential goods transport workers are also required to produce the ‘fit-to-fly’ health certificate (in English or the official language of the country of departure), issued within 72 hours prior to arrival in the country. Additionally, a certificate of entry issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is required from members of a diplomatic mission. All incoming travellers will be screened at their port of entry. All travellers and crew members must present a completed T.8 health questionnaire and submit the required information in the AOT Airport of Thailand mobile application to the Health Control Office upon arrival. This document includes personal information and residence while in Thailand. Travellers landing in Buri Ram, Krabi, Nakhon Phanom, Phitsanulok, and Trang airports will be quarantined for 14 days.
Land borders are closed, unless used for the repatriation of stranded Thai nationals in neighbouring countries. Automatic renewal of visas will be granted for foreign nationals whose visa has expired after 26 March. This extension will be until 31 July, for all visa types. Those whose visa expired before 26 March must still apply for renewal at immigration offices.

*****Internal restrictions:
Government extends national state emergency until 30 June (OSAC, 27.05.2020)
Restrictions in most parts of Phuket have been lifted. Five areas of Phuket including Patong, Cherng Talay, Koh Kaew, Rassada and Chao Fa Garden Village, remain under quarantine. The State Railway of Thailand suspended its train services connecting Bangkok and the North, Northeast and South. Koh Samui district (Surat Thani Province) has banned entry to travellers who do not have a health certificate. rat Airport (Trat Province), Samui Airport (Surat Thani Province) and Sukhothai Airport (Sukhothai Province) are closed. Until further notice. Chiang Rai Province has been placed under partial lockdown. Only four motorway routes will remain open for motorists in and out of the province during this period.   
If you come to the attention of Thai health authorities with fever and flu-like symptoms, and have traveled internationally or had close contact with a known COVID-19 case within the past 14 days, you will be placed in isolation and required to undergo testing which can take up to 48 hours. If you are found to be positive, you will be hospitalized until symptoms resolve and you have two negative tests separated by 24 hours.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Passengers who have traveled from affected areas need to get a health screening at the international point of entry upon arrival in Thailand.
Timor-Leste1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals and residents of Timor-Leste;
- passengers born in Timor-Leste;
- legal representatives of Timorese minors;
- oil rig workers.
2. Passengers allowed to enter are subject to isolation for 14 days.

*****International restrictions:
Entry ban for all foreign nationals, except foreigners born in East Timor, resident citizens, and legal representatives of Timorese minors. Foreigners working on oil platforms in the Timor Sea are exempted as well. All persons entering the country are required to be quarantined for at least 14 days. Those with symptoms of COVID-19 will have to undergo a COVID-19 diagnostic examination. Cruise ships are not allowed to enter East Timor. Temporary border closure with Indonesia.

*****Internal restrictions:
The state of emergency will be imposed for the second phase from 28 April to 27 May as parliament approves extension. Face-to-face school activities are suspended. Education and vocational training establishments are closed. Meetings or demonstrations involving more than five people and any social, cultural, religious celebrations and sporting events are prohibited. Collective passenger transport suspended. Although there has been no announcement on the extension of the lockdown, travel restrictions remain in force. Movements of vehicles and public transportation with multiple passengers on board have been reportedly restricted between districts. Additionally, checkpoints have been established across the country including the capital Dili.
All persons entering the country are required to be quarantined for at least 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
TogoFlights to Togo are suspended.
- This does not apply to repatriation flights.

*****International restrictions:
All land borders are closed indefinitely. 14-day self-isolation is mandatory for anyone arriving in Togo who is returning from a high risk country.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of health emergency has been declared until the end of June. This includes the creation of a special anti-pandemic force of 5,000 men, composed of the defence and security forces. A curfew from 21.00 to 05.00 has been imposed in the Grand Lomé region. Sanitation cordons are in place around the key cities of Lomé, Tsévié, Kpalimé and Sokodé. Police controls are in place at Tsévié on RN1, at Aného toll gate on RN2 and in Amoussou-Copé on RN5. Gatherings of more than 15 people are suspended. Masks are mandatory in markets. Indefinite closure of schools and social venues, including bars, restaurants and places of worship. Prohibition of frequenting beaches along the entire coast.
The Government of Togo has formulated a plan for the surveillance and quarantine of suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19. If you arrive on an international flight, you should expect to spend 14 to 21 days under government quarantine at Hotel Lebene in Lome.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Tokelau
TongaTonga has restricted entry of travelers and airline crew arriving from or transiting through China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau. Tongan nationals and permanent residents and their immediate family members may still enter Tonga, as may airline crew on direct flights from China who have been using appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). Travelers arriving from other origins may still enter Tonga, provided they have stayed in a country with no confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) for at least 14 days directly prior to entering Tonga. They must have an official medical clearance undertaken within 3 days prior to arrival in Tonga. All incoming travelers must complete a ‘Traveler’s Arrival Health Declaration Card’ and submit it to the Ministry of Health Border Control when arriving in Tonga.

*****International restrictions:
Borders are closed, including international flights, cruise ships and yachts until 12 June. The restriction affects Fiji Airways, Air New Zealand, Virgin Australia, and Talofa Airways flights. All foreign nationals are banned from entering Tonga until 12 June. All Tongan citizens and emergency officials arriving in the Kingdom will now have to go through a 14-day quarantine period.

*****Internal restrictions:
The nationwide lockdown in Tonga has been extended until 12 June. Nonessential movement outside of residences will be prohibited. Night-time curfews will be in place from 21.00 to 05.00. Non-essential businesses will be closed and large gatherings will be suspended. Public gatherings are restricted. nightclubs, bars and kava clubs are shut down. Concerts, sports events, funerals and weddings are banned.
Travelers (except Tongan citizens, permanent residents, and immediate family members) who either traveled from or through the United States, China, Australia, Italy, South Korea, and several dozen other countries to spend at least 14 days in self-quarantine in a country free of coronavirus prior to entering Tonga.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Passengers must have an official medical clearance undertaken within 3 days prior to arrival in Tonga. All incoming travelers must complete a ‘Traveler’s Arrival Health Declaration Card’ and submit it to the Ministry of Health Border Control when arriving in Tonga.
Trinidad and TobagoAirports in Trinidad and Tobago are closed.
- This does not apply if permitted by the Minister with responsibility for national security.

*****Inbound restrictions:
All international air and maritime traffic coming into the country has been halted until further notice. Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
Domestic air and maritime traffic is continuing though with reduced schedules. During the first phase, from 10 May until 23 May, restaurants and food outlets will be allowed to open for take-out until 20.00. Outdoor or sport activities will be allowed with social distancing; grocery stores and pharmacies will open from 08.00 to 18.00 and hardware stores until 16.00. Non-essential personnel are encouraged to stay at home. During the second phase, from 24 May to 6 June, manufacturing and public-sector construction operations will resume, and public transport services will be allowed at 50% capacity. The last phase, from 7 June to 20 June, will allow the gradual resumption of public services, private sector construction, and 75% capacity for public transport services. Shopping malls, beaches, movie theatres and other recreational establishments will remain closed until further notice. Schools will remain closed until at least September.
All international arrivals into Trinidad and Tobago are required to enter into quarantine for a period of 14 days. Further information and guidance is available at www.health.gov.tt.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Handheld thermal scanners and fixed thermal scanners are in place to conduct screenings.
Tromelin Island
TunisiaTunisia ends coronavirus curfew (Reuters, 08.06.2020). Tunisia to open sea, air and land borders on 27June (Reuters, 01.06.2020)

1. Flights to Tunisia are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.
2. Nationals and residents of Tunisia are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
Entry of business travellers from outside of the European Union is limited to sectors considered essential by the European Commission.

UNHAS flights are suspended.

*****Internal restrictions:
On 4 June, Tunisia removed or reduced a number of its confinement measures: Travel restrictions between cities and regions have been lifted. Cafes, hotels, restaurants and places of worship are permitted to reopen. Public transport has resumed at 50% capacity. Public administrations, businesses and services can return to operating at full capacity. A curfew remains in place from 11 pm – 5 am. While the majority of restrictions have been lifted, the Tunisian authorities have announced that wearing a face mask in public places and the workplace is mandatory. Failure to respect this rule could lead to a fine.
Quarantine rules remain in place. Tunisian authorities have advised that from the 8 June, Tunisian nationals arriving from overseas must spend seven days, rather than the previous 14, in quarantine and will be tested for COVID-19. They will then be required to spend an additional seven days in confinement at home. Passengers will be required to sign a declaration to confirm that they will abide by these rules.
Quarantine rules remain in place. Tunisian authorities have advised that from the 8 June, Tunisian nationals arriving from overseas must spend seven days, rather than the previous 14, in quarantine and will be tested for COVID-19, and a further 7 days in self-isolation at home. Passengers will be required to sign a declaration to confirm that they will abide by these rules. Non-Nationals: Require the presentation of a COVID-19 test dating no longer then 72 hours and take another test as soon as they land in Tunisia.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
TurkeyFlights to Iran will likely be resumed on June 20. (Xinhuanet, 15.06.2020)
Turkey is planning to gradually resume flights with 40 countries in June and it has reached preliminary agreements for reciprocal flights to begin with 15 countries. (Reuters, 04.06.2020)

1. Coronavirus (COVID-19) entry regulations lifted on 12 June 2020.
2. Passengers and airline crew are subject to medical screening.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Government of Turkey has announced weekend curfews for all 81 provinces during the following dates and times: Between 09:00 and 15:00 on June 20; Between 09:30 and 15:00 on June 27; Between 09:30 and 18:30 on June 28
The Ministry of Interior stated that those who had previously purchased intercity travel tickets (plane, bus, train, ferry, etc.) will be exempt. Bakeries, markets, butchers, patisseries and groceries, hotels, gas stations as well as private and public hospitals, pharmacies and animal clinics will continue to function as usual.
The domestic travel ban remains for the travel to and from the following 15 provinces for another 15 days from 18 May: Ankara, Balikesir, Bursa, Eskisehir, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Izmir, Kayseri, Kocaeli, Konya, Manisa, Sakarya, Samsun, Van and Zonguldak.
All residents wishing to undertake intercity travel using public transport are required to obtain an “HES” (“Hayat Eve Sığar”) code. This can be done through the e-Devlet system [https://www.turkiye.gov.tr/].
Ankara has already closed schools, cafes and bars, and banned mass prayers.
Parks, forests and archaeological sites will be closed on weekends and public gatherings in these areas on weekdays are not allowed.
Restrictions have been imposed on grocery-store opening hours and numbers of customers allowed in shops and bus passengers to 50% of the vehicle’s capacity.
The wearing of masks is obligatory throughout Turkey in crowded places and specifically in markets and supermarkets, hairdressers and barber shops. The wearing of masks is also compulsory on all public transport, including Metro, buses, taxis and ferries, and in some areas, masks must be worn when travelling in private vehicles with more than one person.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
President cancels weekend lockdown planned for 15 cities (AP, 05.06.2020)
Domestic flights to resumed from 1 June as government eases. (TRT World, 30.05.2020) Flights will initially leave from Istanbul to major provinces including Ankara, Izmir, Antalya, and Trabzon.
Train services resumed gradually from 28 May. Shopping centres, barber shops and beauty salons have already been permitted to resume operations, provided they install an appointment system and accept customers at half their capacity. Universities will be allowed to reopen on 15 June.


If an individual presents with COVID-19 symptoms, Turkish Ministry of Health may send that person to a designated hospital for testing and possible observation under quarantine for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Wearing a mask is mandatory for all passengers inside the terminal and aircraft. Social distance should be maintained at all times during travel. All passengers at the airport are screened by thermal cameras and/or body temperature measurements.
Passengers are required to disclose their address of stay within the borders of Turkey to their airline company before flight.
Foreign passengers intending to come to the airport are required to have a private health insurance. Passengers are tested for Covid-19 by health personnel duty aboard of aircrafts.

Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link [please copy/paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/d16cb4da786e4b0a99cad08d0a1315d1/turkey-ncov-measures.pdf
TurkmenistanRussia, Turkmenistan: Authorities to lift restrictions on several flights between countries (Trend, 15.06.2020)

1. Flights to Turkmenistan are suspended.
- This does not apply to repatriation flights of nationals and residents of Turkmenistan.
- This does not apply to technical stops if airline crew do not disembark the aircraft.
2. Passengers arriving in Turkmenistan:
- must have a medical certificate stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before departure by the competent authority of the county of residency; and
- are subject to be tested for COVID-19 on arrival and to self-isolation for 14 days.

*****Internal restrictions:
Internal movements seem to still be possible although control points have been set in the entrances and exits of the main cities.
Stringent travel restrictions and mandatory quarantines are being implemented by the Government of Turkmenistan in response to COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Turks and Caicos IslandsAll airports and seaports will remain closed to incoming regional and international flights(both commercial and private) and seafaring vessels until July 22, 2020.

*****Inbound restrictions:
All airports and ports are closed.
The cruise port will be shut to cruise liners until 31 August.

****Outbound restrictions:
Travellers may still register to leave the island and the government will gauge how high an interest there is in order to arrange flights.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
Stringent restrictions in place until 22 June. A curfew from 22.00 to 05.00 is in place. Going to the beach, grocery stores, hardware stores and other open businesses is currently permitted. Certain businesses, beaches and other facilities have reopened. Groups of more than four people are prohibited. Social distancing and wearing of masks remain required. Only one adult per household is allowed to leave for essential purposes during this period. All supermarkets and other businesses not considered lifeessential will be closed on Wednesdays and Sunday to restock and clean.
From 5 June 2020, weddings and social gatherings of a maximum of 10 persons and non-contact and non-team sporting activity will be permitted. Church and funeral services will also be limited to a maximum of 10 people. From 6 July 2020, all sporting events and contact sports may resume. Movement of people between islands is discouraged. From 22 June 2020, a maximum number of 25 persons may be permitted to attend weddings and social gatherings.
Anyone arriving on emergency flights, for example to provide support in TCI, are subject to obligatory quarantine for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Arriving travellers will be subject to enhanced screening and will be required to complete a travel history, medical and personal information document on arrival.

All inbound flights to Turks and Caicos must have medical forms on board for passengers to complete. These will be collected
and reviewed on disembarkation by Public Health Officer.
Tuvalu*****International restrictions:
Travellers who have been to China within the past 30 days will be denied entry. This restriction includes seafarers from foreign vessels that have been in China or COVID-19 affected countries. Travellers who have been to COVID-19 affected countries in the last 30 days need to obtain medical clearance three days before entering the country. Additionally, travellers must have remained in a country not affected by COVID-19 for at least five days prior to attempting entry. Health screening will be conducted at Funafuti airport and seaports.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
All public gatherings of ten or more people are banned.
No declared quarantine measures, but health screening will be conducted at Funafuti airport and seaport, and may also be conducted at Nausori (Fiji) Airport and Tarawa (Kiribati) Airport.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
UgandaPresident will start easing COVID-19 lockdown measures starting 2 June (Reuters, 19.05.2020)

*****UN Staff: Humanitarian staff on official mission will be able to enter, subject to the approval of their UN Agency Protocol office and head of UN agency in country, who will seek to request the relevant authorization from the national authorities through an invitation letter. The same process might not apply to Ugandan nationals returning to their own country as it is stated in the Government’s guidelines that they will not be allowed to entry.

1. Flights to Uganda are suspended.
- This does not apply to:
- aircraft in a state of emergency;
- operations related to humanitarian aid, medical and relief flights;
- technical landings where passengers do not disembark and
- safety-related operation flights.
2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine.


*****Internal restrictions:
A curfew is in place from 7pm to 6:30am until 23 June.
Some sectors allowed to resume operations include agriculture, construction, wholesalers, mechanical repair workshops, hardware workshops, metal and wood workshops, warehouses, insurance, and restaurants operating with takeaway services. In addition, 30 lawyers will be designated to handle urgent legal and criminal matters. All these sectors are required to operate based on social distancing measures which include staying two metres apart between sellers and customers while four meters apart between customers, and not using air-conditioning in stores instead using natural air. Wearing a cloth face mask is also mandatory when outside your house/accommodation. Educational institutions and religious assemblies remain suspended. Public transport is suspended, and the movement of private vehicles for non-essential businesses is also prohibited during the lockdown. Bicycle and motorcycle taxis (boda-bodas) are permitted to operate before 14.00. Those with emergent medical conditions can use private transport after applying for permission from Resident City Commissioners. Those living in the Greater Kampala area can apply for permission from the local chairpersons in their area. Government staff will remain at home during the lockdown, with the exception of military, police and health and utility sector employees, while essential private services will also continue to operate. Public gatherings of more than five people are banned, including gatherings at a residence that involve the consumption of alcoholic beverages. The security forces are permitted to search residences on suspicion of such activity.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Shopping malls are allowed to open from 4 June. Supermarkets, pharmacies and shops outside shopping malls and arcades are allowed to open. Hotels and restaurants are open with social distancing measures in place and food delivery services (such as Jumia) remain operational outside of curfew hours.
Public transport and most private vehicles would still remain prohibited, however - meaning that workers for reopened businesses will have to commute either by bicycle or on foot.



Everyone arriving will be subject to 14 days mandatory quarantine, and will be placed in a government designated hospital or hotel at their own expense. At the end of this period they will be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) and if negative will be required to self-isolate at home.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known

UkraineKyiv International Airport has temporarily suspended servicing of international flights until Wednesday, 17 June. (112UA, 16.06.2020) Odessa International Airport has resumed scheduled flights to Berlin, Budapest and Minsk from 15 June. (Ukrinform, 15.06.2020)

1. Flights to Ukraine restarted.
2. Passengers are subject to quarantine.

*****International restrictions:
The following categories of foreign visitors will be exempt from the inbound travel ban: Representatives of official international missions, diplomatic missions and their families; Members of train, locomotive, aircraft and sea crews; Spouses or children of Ukrainian citizens; and Foreigners with valid residency permits. All passenger flights have been suspended indefinitely. All border crossing points of Ukraine are closed for rail and bus traffic. The Shehyni checkpoint on the Ukraine-Poland border has reopened for pedestrian crossing for Ukrainian citizens and residents All foreign nationals currently in-country are allowed to leave, though transportation options remain limited. 123 land border crossings remain open for returning citizens of Ukraine, foreign nationals exiting the country, as well as other specified groups of travellers still allowed movement. Travellers arriving from locations deemed as high risk will be subject to medical check-up upon arrival and mandatory 14-day home isolation or quarantine at a designated facility People returning to Ukraine are required to undergo a mandatory observation period of 14 days either in a designated area or in home isolation with an eservice called ‘DII VDOMA’, which allows the police and doctor to monitor compliance.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Ukrainian Government has announced that domestic flights are restarting on 5 June and international flights from 15 June. Following several days of record increases in registered COVID-19 cases (80 percent rise in the past month), the government of Ukraine has extended the adaptive quarantine until 31July. Quarantine levels and restrictions vary by region. Please check with local authorities regarding local quarantine guidelines.
Wearing masks in public places, including public transportation, at all times is mandatory.

Many coronavirus restrictions have recently been lifted. Shops, open air cafes, takeaway services, beauty salons and hairdressers, museums, libraries, household service centres, shoe repairers, dentists, auditors, attorneys and notaries are now allowed to operate. Parks and recreation areas have reopened with groups of up to 8 people allowed to gather there. From 5 June restaurants, cafes and religious establishments will be allowed to reopen (providing appropriate measures are in place), and persons over the age of 60 will no longer be required to observe quarantine. Other restrictions are being eased in some regions, depending on the number of cases of coronavirus present and other criteria set out by the Ministry of Health. This includes the resumption of operation of gyms, fitness centres and swimming pools in most regions. Public transport is resuming in cities and bus and train travel between regions resumed on 1 June. Failure to comply with the restrictions may result in a fine or, in more serious cases, a prison sentence.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Restaurants, bars, and religious organizations are to reopen from 5 June.

Ukrainian citizens and foreigners, arriving in Ukraine will be required to undergo a 14-day supervised quarantine period monitored through the “Dii Vdoma” app has been introduced. People who do not register with the Dii Vdoma app, or who do not abide by its terms, are required to complete quarantine at a government-approved observation centre.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
United Arab EmiratesThe Dubai government released a statement on Sunday, June 21, announcing that foreign travelers would be permitted to enter the emirate from July 7. Passenger flights have been suspended since March due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Those entering will either have to present a recent negative COVID-19 test or undergo a test on arrival at Dubai airports. Travelers will need to have international health insurance coverage and sign a health declaration form. The government also announced that those with residency visas would be able to enter from Monday, June 22, and that citizens and residents would be permitted to travel abroad from Tuesday, June 23, in line with the rest of the UAE.

1. Flights to the United Arab Emirates are suspended.
- This does not apply to the following:
- aircraft operated for the purpose of evacuation (this Safety Decision does not alleviate the need for obtaining necessary authorisation from UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation);
- UAE registered aircraft that are out of base on 24 March 2020 23:59 Local Time will be allowed to return to base carrying only UAE nationals and operator’s crewmembers;
- over-flights.
2. All Evacuation flights must have PAX APP data and Crew APP data; all ferry flights must have crew APP data.
3. Residents of United Arab Emirates:
- must have a Resident Entry Permit obtained before departure at http://Smartservice.ica.gov.ae , and
- are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
4. A completed self-declaration health form must be presented upon arrival at Dubai (DXB).

*****International restrictions:
All international air traffic remains suspended until further notice; the ban also applies to transit flights via Abu Dhabi and Dubai. However, UAE-based air carriers are operating a limited number of inbound and outbound flights mainly to repatriate UAE nationals and foreign residents.
National carrier Etihad Airways will resume a limited number of inbound flights to Abu Dhabi from 9 May exclusively for UAE citizens and foreign nationals holding valid UAE residency permits. Travellers must apply for an ICA approval number via the UAE Twajudi Resident service, which can be accessed on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, before booking their tickets. This unique number will allow travellers to make bookings exclusively through Etihad’s contact centre. All arriving passengers will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs (please copy and paste link into your browser): https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/

*****Entry restrictions:
The authorities implemented entry restrictions for non-UAE citizens, including foreign nationals holding valid residency visas who were currently out of the country and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) citizens. While local media reports indicate that some exceptions have been made on a case-by-case basis since the restrictions came into effect, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has requested such individuals to take the following steps:
Travellers who are currently in their country of origin should contact the UAE diplomatic mission in their respective country for the required support and to streamline their return back to the UAE.
Travellers who are currently outside the UAE for business should contact their employers in the UAE, as well as the UAE diplomatic mission in their host countries for the required support and to facilitate their return back to the UAE.
Travellers who are on vacation should contact the UAE diplomatic mission in their host countries, for the required support to facilitate their return back to the UAE.
Officials at Abu Dhabi airport have said that all flights are operating via the facility's Terminal 1 until further notice.

*****Internal restrictions:
Abu Dhabi government extends ban on movement in, out of emirate and cities by one week (Reuters, 08.06.2020)
Individuals are required to wear masks and observe social distancing when in public. Infractions are punishable via legal action.
Officials had earlier closed beaches, cinemas, public parks and swimming pools until further notice - this remains in place.
Residency visas and Emirates ID to be automatically extended for three months for free (only for those whose visa and ID expired from 1 March).
In the Dubai emirate, a 24 hour remain-at-home directive has been rescinded. Since 24 April, this has now been relaxed to coincide with Ramadan - residents are now permitted to conduct movement between 06.00 and 22.00 without a permit; restrictions on movement between 22.00 and 06.00 remain in force and the only exceptions are for medical emergencies. Some metro service is due to recommence from 29 April. Restaurants, shopping malls and other retail outlets are allowed to open between 06.00 and 22.00.
Other emirates seemingly remain under the initial 20.00 to 06.00 curfew regime. Trips to purchase food and medication and essential workers are exempt. In Abu Dhabi a movement permit is required to travel during the sterilisation hours.
From 20 May, the timing for the national sterilisation programme changed to 20.00-06.00, during which all individuals are required to stay indoor. The opening hours of shopping malls and retail shops will be 09.00-19.00.
Fines may be issued for those suspected of spreading information about COVID-19 which contradicts official statements, as well as neglecting social distancing requirements, driving with more than three people in a vehicle, and participating in social gatherings.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Abu Dhabi eases movement restrictions to allow citizens, residents to leave the emirate freely as of 16 June. (Reuters, 16.06.2020).
Government announces gradual reopening of business activities, easing of movement restrictions in Dubai from 27 May (Reuters, 25.05.2020)
UAE health authorities are urging all returned travelers to the UAE to practice self-quarantine for at least 14 days and are also urging all residents to stay home.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

UAE Government requires all the passengers transiting via Sharjah to have 72 hours valid COVID-19 PCR Test Certificate at the time of plane embarkation at the origin of travel or undergo a test on arrival at Dubai airports.
United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern IrelandLondon City Airport resumed domestic operations as of 21 June. . Initially flights will be restricted to those within the UK and Ireland. Additional flights to countries elsewhere in Europe are likely to recommence in the coming weeks. Unrestricted movement between Britain, some other countries to be permitted from 29 June (Reuters, 09.06.2020)

1. Passengers are subject to self-isolation for 14 days.
2. A completed "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" must be presented to immigration upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at https://visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/public-health-passenger-locator-form.

*****International restrictions:
From June 8, 2020, individuals arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days and may be contacted by UK authorities to verify compliance. New arrivals will be required to provide UK officials with contact and travel information upon arrival. Anyone failing to complete the information form or adhere to the new policy may be denied entry to the UK or be subject to fines.

*****Internal restrictions:
People in England are allowed to leave their homes only to shop for basic goods, to exercise, to receive care or help a vulnerable person and to travel to work which cannot be done from home. Those in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are still instructed to stay home except for essential journeys.
Schools across the UK are closed until further notice, though some remain open to accommodate children of key workers. Pubs, restaurants, cafes, bars and other entertainment venues remain closed. Gatherings of more than two people are banned, unless it concerns members of the same household. The police have been given the power to disperse unauthorised gatherings and to fine those found to be violating the social distancing measures. Public transport is disrupted, notably in the capital, where London Underground (‘tube’) services are being reduced, with around 40 stations closed. Train operators are running reduced timetables while airlines have also substantially cut flights. Gatwick Express has suspended its services until further notice. Security forces have increased powers to control and order individuals to restrict movement or return to their accommodation. Fines from £100 to £3,200 are payable for infractions.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
The UK government has set out a three phase plan for easing restrictions. The phases are provisionally dated from 13 May, 1 June and 4 July. Under the first phase, greater personal freedoms to exercise and meet in public are possible. The second phase will see primary schools, retailers and some sporting competitions return. The third phase will see some remaining businesses such as hairdressers reopen as well as places of worship.
Northern Ireland eases COVID-19 restrictions on 18 May (Reuters, 18.05.2020)
From June 8, 2020, individuals arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days and may be contacted by UK authorities to verify compliance. All new arrivals will be required to provide UK officials with contact and travel information upon arrival. The public health contact information form must be completed prior to your arrival. The form may be submitted beginning 48 hours before arrival in the UK. The completed form must be presented upon arrival at the UK border, either by printing a copy or showing it on a phone.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
United Republic of Tanzania*****International restrictions:
All international passenger, chartered and private flights have been suspended indefinitely. Repatriation flights, flights for humanitarian, medical and relief purposes, as well as technical landings not requiring disembarkation have been allowed. Goods and services personnel, whose vehicles must have no more than three passengers to speed up border crossings, must declare their final destination and are only allowed to stop at specific government-designated locations. If a passenger is suspected to be exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms the vehicle will be decontaminated. The Tanzania-Zambia Railways Authority (TAZARA) suspended cross-border passenger train services until further notice, though cross-border freight trains and domestic trains operated by TAZARA in either country will not be affected.
The Government of Tanzania is implementing temperature scanning and collecting tracking information for all international passengers arriving into Tanzania, but have removed mandatory 14-day quarantine requirements on arrival. Travellers who show symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival, may be required to quarantine at a government-designated facility at own expense.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

*****Internal restrictions:
Domestic flights remain operational, but options are limited. Public gatherings have been banned and all educational institutions remain closed. Most hotels in Zanzibar island have been closed. Markets are only open from dawn to 18.00. until further notice. All public gatherings, including weddings, family events and seminars, are prohibited until further notice. All restaurants, bars, and recreational centres are closed. Until further notice. Goods and services personnel, whose vehicles must have no more than three passengers, must declare their final destination and are only allowed to stop at specific government-designated locations until further notice.
The Government of Tanzania is implementing temperature scanning and collecting tracking information for all international passengers arriving into Tanzania, but have removed mandatory 14-day quarantine requirements on arrival. If travelers shows symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival, they may be required to quarantine at a government-designated facility at their own expense.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All passengers are required to truthfully fill out a Traveller's Surveillance Form available on board, to be submitted to the Port Health Authorities upon arrival. All passengers will be subject to enhanced screening for COVID-19 infection. There will be NO mandatory quarantine. All passengers should observe measures such as hand hygiene, wearing masks and keeping physical distancing as appropriate.
United States of AmericaTravelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People's Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
-This does not apply to:
- nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
- spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
- parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
- the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
- the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
- passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee's immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
- members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
- passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
- passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
- B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People's Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.
4. Passports issued to nationals of Belarus which have expired between 30 April 2020 and 31 July 2020, are considered valid with an extension of 3 months.

*****Internal restrictions:
All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020).
All international travellers who are permitted to enter should expect heightened screening measures and will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days after their return.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions (from Haiti).

Carriers should distribute paper copies of health declaration forms in flight for passengers to complete prior to arrival.
United States Virgin IslandsPassengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.

Effective 1 June 2020:
Flights to Virgin Isl. (USA) will be resuming.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in effect until 11 July. Ferries are allowed to depart from St. John to St. Thomas from 06.00 to 21.00 only accepting passengers with facemasks. Gatherings of more than fifty people are prohibited; residents are urged to maintain social distancing while in public areas. Face masks are required in enclosed, public areas. A safer-at-home order is in effect starting 4 May. Several non-essential businesses have been allowed to reopen, including religious facilities, private offices, retail shops, taxi services, rental cars, gyms, sporting areas, movie theaters, hair salons and massage therapists. Gaming centers and casinos are to remain closed.
Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Uruguay1. Flights to Uruguay are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights.
- This does not apply to repatriation flights with an authorization issued within 72h before departure requested via email [email protected] .
2. Passengers and airline crew will be placed in quarantine for 14 days.

*****International restrictions:
Uruguay has closed all its borders. All inbound and outbound commercial flights are suspended. Air, land and sea borders with Argentina and Brazil have been closed to foreign nationals until further notice. Passengers arriving from China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea or Spain and will be subject to a 14-day quarantine. Citizens and residents may only enter through Artigas, Bella Union, Salto, Paysandu, Fray Bentos, Mercedes, Colonia, Carmelo, Nueva Palmira, Duranzo, Melilla, Maldonado, Piriapolis, Chuy, Rio Branco, Melo-Acegua, Rivera, Puerto de Montevideo, Puerto la Paloma, Control Unico.

*****Outbound restrictions:
Uruguayan nationals and visitors are prohibited from leaving the country for tourism.

*****Internal restrictions:
The government recommends self quarantine if possible. Those age 65 and older must observe mandatory self-quarantine. The use of masks is mandatory in supermarkets and warehouses. The government called for the restriction of social gatherings and large crowds.


The Ministries of Health and Interior are encouraging the public to self-quarantine.
Those age 65 and older must observe mandatory self-quarantine.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Enhanced screening at airports.
UzbekistanAuthorities extends COVID-19 quarantine until 1 August (AKI, 15.06.2020). Uzbekistan will reopen its borders to some air travellers from June 15 with quarantine procedures depending on their country of origin (Reuters, 14.06.2020)

All airport operations and air traffic are suspended until 30 June.

*****International restrictions:
All borders are indefinitely closed to people movement, with the exceptions of foreign nationals who wish to leave the country. People are required to wear masks in public places. Those who do not abide by the order will be fined; those who repeatedly violate the order will be subject to a triple-amount fine. All airport operations and air traffic are suspended until at least 30 June. In-country foreign nationals will be allowed to leave on specific flights, which occur sporadically. Members who choose to remain in the country should review their visas and consider the implications for potentially overstaying the expiration date.

Obligatory coronavirus infection test at the National Center for Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance no more than 120 hours (5 full days) before departure and receiving a certificate of negative test result.

*****Internal restrictions:
Domestic air and rail services will be partially resumed from 18 May, subject to health measures. Round-trip flights between the capital Tashkent and cities of Nukus, Termez and Urgench will resume. Domestic train services connecting the capital Tashkent to cities including Navoi, Bukhara, Karshi and Andijan will also resume.
The national quarantine is extended to 1 June while some restrictions on businesses have been gradually lifted based on the three levels of quarantine which have been applied regionally according to the number of COVID-19 cases. The three quarantine levels are defined as red, yellow and green. Each region has been assigned a quarantine level and movement restrictions have been applied according to the level assigned.
The red level applies to regions where COVID-19 cases have been confirmed within the last 14 days. Andijan, Bukhara, Fergana, Karakalpakstan, Namangan, Samarkand, Sirdarya and Tashkent (excluding Tashkent city) regions have been designated as red zones. In these regions, existing quarantine measures remain in place, including internal movement restrictions mandating that all residents stay home, except for essential purposes or for work. Only essential and approved businesses are allowed to operate, including pharmacies, grocery shops, banks, dry cleaners and notaries. People are allowed to walk near their homes, provided they maintain social distancing and wear masks. Driving is allowed from 18 May with a permit sticker from 07.00 to 10.00 (local time) and from 17.00 to 20.00 for essential shopping or work. Intercity and inter-regional vehicular movement remains restricted, except for government employees and for those with permits. As of 15 May, sectors including handicraft, maintenance of agricultural machinery and electronic appliance, rent and lease, and accounting, auditing as well as tax consulting have been allowed to operate.
The yellow level applies to regions where COVID-19 cases have not been confirmed within the last 14 days, but where COVID-19 patients are undergoing treatment. This category includes Tashkent, as well as Khorezm and Surkhandarya regions. The same movement restrictions under the red quarantine level apply. However, more businesses are allowed to reopen, including non-food stores, florists, jewellers, hotels, and hair and beauty salons. Taxis are permitted, along with bicycles and scooters. Starting from 15 May, businesses including real estate, advertising and marketing, private employment agencies have been able to resume. In the meantime, people have been allowed to visit parks from 09.00 to 20.00 in strict compliance with social distancing guidelines. People will be allowed to drive between 06.00 to 22.00 from 18 may.
The green level applies to regions that have no confirmed COVID-19 cases or where all patients have recovered. Jizzakh, Kashkadarya and Navoi regions have been designated as green zones. From 15 May, open-air stadiums and museums are allowed to reopen with a limited number of visitors. In addition to the activities allowed under the red and yellow quarantine levels, permits are not required to drive cars from 18 May.
The country’s national carrier, Uzbekistan Airways, will restart a limited number of domestic passenger flights from 18 May. Travellers will need to present a health certificate showing they have tested negative for COVID-19 before being allowed to board. In addition, passengers will be required to pass the coronavirus infection test at the Center for Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance no more than 120 hours before departure.
People who need to go outside for urgent matters are required to wear masks in public places, while gatherings of more than three people, with the exception of groups involving members of the same family, are banned. Visitors to supermarkets and other essential stores should be prepared to have their temperature taken; those with a temperature deemed abnormal will be denied access and advised to seek medical support. Individuals may also conduct trips to and from their workplace provided it is in an approved sector. Any perceived violations of the government restrictions will be subject to legal action.

*****Airport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link [please copy/paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/371fdcbe3e84495e8dcd5d3d3bc0b354/uzbekistan-ncov-measures.pdf
Diplomatic Note of 06.03.2020: Persons of any nationality who have been in China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Afghanistan or Japan during the last 14 days and who are returning in “organized groups” will be placed in official quarantine in MOH-operated facilities. Individual passengers who have visited a list of countries during the past 14 days will be subject to home/hotel quarantine (self-quarantine). Those traveling on diplomatic or official passports are not subject to quarantine requirements. Quarantine is applied based on location during the last 14 days, not citizenship.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Obligatory coronavirus infection test at the National Center for Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance no more than 120 hours (5 full days) before departure and receiving a certificate of negative test result.
VanuatuInternational restrictions:
The international terminal at Port Vila Airport is closed until further notice. There will be no international flights operating in or out of the country.
Special consideration will be applied to medical evacuations, foreign diplomatic missions and international organisations in Vanuatu on a case-by-case basis, in consultation with Vanuatu’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Returning Citizens, permanent residents and diplomats will be allowed to return but will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

*****Internal restrictions:
A State of Emergency is in place in Vanuatu until at least 10 June 2020, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are no restrictions in place on social gatherings. Restaurants, bars and supermarkets are permitted to open as usual, although some are operating a restricted service or have closed altogether in response to falling trade.
People identified as persons of interest based on testing and screening measures may asked to undergo a 14-day self-quarantine, or may be subjected to government-imposed quarantine at a designated health facility, quarantine site, or hotel- or denied entry.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
VenezuelaAuthorities extend COVID-19 lockdown until mid-July (Fox13 News, 12.06.2020)

Flights to Venezuela are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights.

*****international restrictions:
All private and commercial flights are suspended until 12 June.
Entry restrictions imposed on travellers from any European country, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Panama. All travellers suspected of being infected with COVID-19 are subject to 30-day quarantine.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
Domestic flights have been suspended.
The nationwide lockdown in place extended until 12 June; enforced by security forces.
Military checkpoints have been reported at entrances to the capital Caracas.
Statewide curfews are in place in Lara from 14.00 to 07.00 (all times local), Nueva Esparta from 16.00 to 10.00 and Vargas state from 14.00 to 07.00.
New curfews imposed in several border towns (Reuters, 19.05.2020)
Venezuelan health authorities have advised individuals who have arrived from overseas to self-isolate for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Enhanced screening at airports. Passengers required to sign and hand in health declaration to immigration upon arrival.
Viet NamVietnamese government to permit resumption of flights to, from countries without recent COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 09.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Viet Nam.
- This does not apply to passengers on diplomatic or official duty. They will be subject to mandatory medical declaration and self-isolation.
- This does not apply to passengers who are experts, business managers or highly skilled workers. They will be subject to mandatory medical declaration and self-isolation.
- This does not apply to passengers approved by National Steering Committee on Covid-19 Prevention and Control.
2. For transportation of nationals of Vietnam returning to Vietnam, airlines must contact the Vietnamese Diplomatic Representative agency in the local country in advance.
3. All passengers will be placed on quarantine at a designated facility for 14 days upon arrival.
4. All visa issuances are suspended.
5. All passengers must fill out a quarantine form prior to arrival.
6. Passengers who travel for diplomatic or official purpose will undergo a medical examination at the border.
7. Nationals of Italy and Korea (Rep.) with a normal passport are no longer visa exempt.
8. Nationals of Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Spain, Sweden and passengers with a British passport are no longer visa exempt.
9. Passengers with a Certificate of Visa Exemption issued by Viet Nam are no longer visa exempt if they reside in China (People's Rep.), Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Korea (Rep.), Norway, Spain, Sweden or United Kingdom.
10. Nationals of Belarus, Japan and Russian Fed. with a normal passport are no longer visa exempt.
11. Nationals of Belarus, Japan and Russian Fed. with a normal passport and with a Certificate of Visa Exemption issued by Viet Nam are no longer visa exempt.
12. Airline crew are subject to mandatory medical declaration as well as observing self-quarantine during their stay until the next flight schedule.

*****Internal restrictions:
Vietnamese schools have reopened. A COVID-19 national epidemic has been declared. Domestic flights have gradually resumed operations since 23 April. Haiphong has banned anyone coming from Vietnam’s designated endemic areas. Vehicles leaving the city must get permission from the Traffic Police Division and those entering the city must present written confirmation from the checkpoint chief. These forms are distributed at each checkpoint. Anyone who has completed quarantine in a different city must present a certificate of expiration of the quarantine and are still required to observe precautionary measures. Taxi services and parks have been suspended. Those travelling from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang or Quang Nam provinces are no longer subject to 14-day quarantine in a government-designated facility. All provinces and cities have been downgraded to ‘low risk’, and most non-essential business operations have been allowed to resume. Stringent distancing measures and mandatory mask wearing in crowded public places will continue to be enforced across different risk areas. Checkpoints, where police will take people's temperatures and conduct vehicle checks, remain at borders between cities and provinces. In addition, anyone not wearing masks, littering used masks in public spaces or roads, anyone not complying with food services suspension orders and restrictions on commercial activity and public meetings, failure to observe medical precautions before entering or leaving an affected area will be fined. Inter-provincial ground movement has been relaxed. Public transportation including taxis and coaches are permitted to operate with reduced schedules. Security checkpoints, which allow the police to conduct temperature and vehicle checks, will remain at borders between cities and provinces. Public bus services in Ho Chi Minh City resumed on 4 May.



Travelers entering Vietnam, including Vietnamese nationals, are subject to mandatory, centralized quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine requirement has in some cases been prolonged to more than 14 days when deemed necessary by the authorities.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Foreign nationals that hold a visa exemption booklet and are not required to undergo the compulsory quarantine, or are entering Vietnam under the visa waiver programme, are required to show a health certificate indicating a negative test result for COVID-19.
Wake Island
Wallis and Futuna*****International restrictions:
All international air travel reduced to only one flight around every ten days with New Caledonia (with stop-over at Fiji). All visa applications suspended for Fijians seeking entry. Strict health checks and quarantine measures implemented for inbound travellers.
To enter the French Overseas Territories, you will need to complete a travel certificate. There are different certificates for travel from mainland France to French overseas territories [https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage] or international travel from abroad to French overseas territories [https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage]. A completed form needs to be shown to French border authorities on entry and, where appropriate, travel companies prior to boarding. A physical copy of the declaration; electronic versions will not be accepted. You are able to produce a handwritten copy of the text if you do not have access to a printed form.

*****Internal restrictions:
To travel within or to transit through French Overseas Territories, you should complete an Attestation de déplacement dérogatoire to certify your reason for travel. You can carry a physical copy or an electronic version of this ‘attestation’ (declaration). You should complete this declaration before starting your journey. For French Overseas Territories, this declaration does not replace the requirement for an travel certificate,. The French Government outlined new measures on 16 March to stem the spread of coronavirus, which also apply to the French Overseas Territories. This included confining people to their homes except for outings for specific purposes effective from midday 17 March 2020. Authorities have taken measures for the public to practice social distancing and reduced public gatherings such as sports and cultural activities.The local Prefecture website will have details of any further local restriction.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
West Bank*****International Restrictions:
Standard commercial flights out of Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport will likely resume in early-to-mid July. Fights will be limited to ‘green’ countries. The first countries to be green-lighted for outgoing flights from Israel are Greece, Cyprus, and Seychelles. The resumption of flights abroad will be dependent on bilateral agreements between Israel and the countries in question, with agreed-upon protocols for checking passengers for Covid-19. All international travelers are subject to 14-day self-isolation at home. Upon arrival at an airport in Israel, international travelers must prove they can enter isolation at home or another available dwelling in full compliance with the isolation guidance. If unable to comply with home isolation guidance, a state-sponsored motel for isolation will be provided..

West Bank to Jerusalem: Authorities will evaluate case by case to identify if 14 days quarantine is needed when entering Jerusalem and Israel (GOI); No travel between Palestinian villages and cities in the West Bank, including to/from East Jerusalem, except for emergencies (PA).
Al Jib Checkpoint is closed in both directions until further notice. Hizma and Qalandiya Checkpoints should be used as alternatives (GOI). All checkpoints between Jerusalem and Bethlehem and its surrounding suburbs in the West Bank are closed until further notice.

*****Internal Restrictions: Within West Bank: No travel between and within Palestinian villages and cities in the West Bank except for emergencies, or essential movement within each city or village from 10.00 to 17.00hrs.
Authorities have increased movement restrictions in four additional villages of the west Bank: Bani Na'em, Sa'er, Bituniya and Aljdeireh. Currently there are a total of 17 locations in the West Bank with these restrictions, including cities (Bethlehem and Hebron), villages and one refugee Camp.
Entry into Bethlehem is not allow, all those exiting Bethlehem must enter 14-days home quarantine.

A state of emergency is in place across Area A of the West Bank. This includes the limiting of movement between Palestinian cities to essential travel only, the closure of all educational institutions, tourist and religious sites, and the cancelling of all bookings for foreign tourists (banning foreign tourists from West Bank hotels). The West Bank city of Bethlehem is under lockdown. Palestinians working in West Bank Israeli settlements are no longer permitted to enter these settlements. A ban on all non-essential movements outside one’s own accommodation is in place. Key workers, including health workers, pharmacists, bakers, public administration staff and those working in grocery stores are exempt from this ban. The Palestinian authorities have extended an ongoing state of emergency until at least 5 June. Anyone entering Gaza, regardless of origin, is subject to a 28-day quarantine in a specialised isolation centre.

Anyone entering Gaza, regardless of origin, is subject to a 28-day quarantine in a specialised isolation centre.
Each governorate in the areas of the West Bank under Palestinian Authority control has a designated quarantine location.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Western Sahara
YemenAuthorities in Aden announce three-day, 24-hour curfew after confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Reuters, 29.04.2020)

*****International REstrictions: All commercial flights are suspended.
All land borders are closed. Cargo and humanitarian transport is exempt.

UNHAS Flights commenced in to Sanaa on 11 May 2020 from Addis

A mechanism has been put in place by the Internationally Recognized Government (IRG) for the entry of relief and humanitarian personnel to Yemen that includes that only international personnel: are to travel to the country, if it is absolutely necessary; must have a recent examination certificate (PCR) with a validity of not more than 48 hours from the date of the trip; must home quarantine for a period of 14 days from the date of arrival; a test after this period will be conducted by Ministry of Health Response Team.

Yemeni authorities have decided to close the al-Wadia border crossing with Saudi Arabia from Wednesday 9 April until further notice.
Home quarantine for a period of 14 days from the date of arrival.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
Zambia*****International restrictions:
Zambia’s borders are open, but under tight screening. The border crossing at Nakonde with Tanzania reopened on 18 May. International flights may only operate from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. The Government of Zambia has suspended all tourist visas until further notice: Travelers arriving with a visitor visa, or applying for a visitor visa on arrival for non-essential purposes will not be permitted entry despite Zambian borders being officially open. Entrance to Zambia through non-tourist visas or permits is subject to approval from the Ministry of Health following a health screening at the port of entry.
Persons arriving are no longer required to quarantine at a government-designated facility, but must communicate to Ministry of Health officials where they intend to reside and provide accurate contact information for regular follow-ups. Symptomatic individuals will be required to enter isolation protocol at a Zambian government facility. International train and bus services are also suspended.

*****Internal restrictions:
Local airline Proflight Zambia has partially resumed domestic services between Lusaka and Ndola (Copperbelt), international flights will resume.
Anyone entering Zambia maybe tested for COVID-19 by nasal swab and then must spend up to 14 days in self-quarantine at their residence or preferred place of stay. If asked, you must inform Ministry of Health officials of where you will be staying, and give them your contact details. Even if your test result is negative, you must complete the 14-day self-quarantine period.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Anyone entering Zambia maybe tested for COVID-19 by nasal swab.
Zimbabwe1. Except for BUQ, HRE and VFA, airports are closed.
2. BUQ, HRE and VFA airports are open for the following flights:
- flights carrying staff for essential services or sick persons to hospitals and other health care providers;
- flights carrying a member of the staff of a foreign mission or agency going to or from such mission or agency, or a citizen, resident or protected subject of a foreign country going to or from a foreign mission of the country of which he or she is the citizen, resident or subject, for the purpose of obtaining services or assistance at such mission;
- flights carrying police, defence forces personnel and other enforcement officers.

*****International restrictions:
International flights are still operating although these are limited and may be further reduced over the coming days and weeks.
All land borders remain closed except for returning residents and cargo. Returning residents will be subject to strict health screening and 21-day self-quarantine. Entry exceptions may also be applied to citizens bringing remittances from abroad. ravellers arriving from countries with confirmed COVID-19 cases will be subject to medical screening upon arrival. Travellers arriving from countries with local transmission cases (as referenced by the WHO) are advised to self-quarantine for a period of 21 days. Travellers with signs and symptoms of COVID-19 will be subject to immediate isolation at a medical facility upon arrival. All travellers should obtain a medical certificate proving that they are clear of COVID-19 prior to travel to Zimbabwe; there is potential, based on a passenger’s nationality and recent travel history, that they may be asked at immigration to produce such a certificate in order to be granted entry. Anecdotal evidence suggests that passengers arriving from countries without confirmed COVID-19 cases or a “low” number of cases will not be required to present a certificate, however the authorities have not produced a specific list. Furthermore, authorities have asked travellers who have recently been to or are arriving from countries such as China, Iran, Italy and South Korea, to suspend travel to Zimbabwe, as they are likely to be refused entry. For profile and itinerary-specific information, travellers are advised to contact the relevant airline, or the nearest Zimbabwean Embassy. Anyone displaying a symptom associated with coronavirus will be placed in a Government of Zimbabwe facility for testing. Anyone who tests positive will be treated in a Government of Zimbabwe treatment centre. Reports suggest that some foreign nationals are being quarantined for 21 days on arrival at Harare airport despite testing negative for coronavirus (COVID-19). Anyone accompanying dead bodies of relatives from outside the country must undergo quarantine for 21 days before the burial. The same applies to cases where the body is transiting through Mozambique.

*****Internal restrictions:
Troops, police tighten COVID-19 lockdown in Harare (Reuters, 02.06.2020)
President Mnangagwa has classified COVID-19 as a ‘National Disaster;’ this allows authorities to deploy resources in combatting the pandemic and also allows the government to forbid gatherings exceeding 100 people. A nationwide lockdown is in place until further notice. The restrictions will be reassessed every two weeks. During this period, people will only be allowed to leave their home to purchase necessary supplies such as food and medicine, and seek medical care. Exceptions may be applied to farmers delivering their products to markets and citizens bringing remittances from abroad. Some internal measures will ease from 4 May; formal companies will be allowed to operate from 08.00 to 16.30 and public busses will be allowed to transport passengers provided they observe social distancing, wear masks, and that buses have thermometers to screen passengers. During the lockdown, the military will be deployed to ensure that the population complies with restrictions. Shops in Matabeleland South Province are now limiting the quantities being purchased per customer due to declining supplies of basic commodities. People are required to wear masks outside their homes.
People returning to Zimbabwe are subject to a 21-day quarantine period at a government facility. Several private facilities have been approved by the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health for people seeking an alternative to the government facilities. The Ministry of Health have not released a list of approved private facilities. However, it is possible to make bookings online through the ZINCAT website (please copy and paste link into your browser): https://www.zincat.org/zincat-is-now-offering-quarantine-bookings-for-returning-residents/

Individuals will be responsible for meeting costs associated with private facilities. Your travel document or identity document may be retained by the authorities for the duration of the quarantine period.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
KosovoAll flights canceled at Pristina International Airport on 15 June following increase in COVID-19 cases (Exit News, 15.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Kosovo (Rep.).
- This does not apply to nationals of Kosovo (Rep.),
- This does not apply to diplomats accredited to Kosovo (Rep.).
- This does not apply to representatives of the NATO-Kosovo Force (KFOR) and the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX).
2. Passengers allowed to enter Kosovo (Rep.) are subject to mandatory quarantine for 14 days.

Certain land border crossings have re-opened on the Kosovo side.These are: All crossings into Albania; The Kulla crossing into Montenegro; The Merdarë/Merdare, Dheu i Bardhë/Bela Zemlja, and Jarinjë/Jarinje crossing points into Serbia. You should check our advice on the Kosovo/Serbia border below and our advice recommending all but essential travel to northern Kosovo. The government also announced the opening of the Hani i Elezit crossing into North Macedonia, however this crossing remains closed due to restrictions in North Macedonia. There are medical staff at border crossings and travllers may be subject to a health checks, particularly if displaying coronavirus symptoms. There are no requirements to self-isolate on entry into Kosovo, but travellers will be obliged to follow the instructions of medical staff on the border.

*****Internal restrictions:
All previous restrictions on movement of people outside their place of residence have now been lifted. Many other coronavirus restrictions within Kosovo have also been lifted. Shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and hotels are all permitted to open. Public transport and taxi services are permitted to operate. However, a number of events in Kosovo in the coming weeks and months have been cancelled. When outside, you are recommended to keep your mouth and nose covered and maintain a distance of 2m from other people.

ravelers are required to have a negative Covid-19 test within the last four days, or agree to seven days of self-quarantine, upon entry.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
European UnionSix airlines will be offering direct connections to 17 airports in nine countries and regions, including Sicily, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg, between July and October. The destinations and schedules include seven airports in Germany, and two each in Ireland and Switzerland. The airlines are Air Malta, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Swiss and Luxair. (Times Malta, 11.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
EU External Borders to Remain Closed at Least Until the End of June: Third-country nationals will be unable to travel to the Schengen Area for nonessential purposes, at least until the end of June, the European Interior Ministers have agreed.

While the European Commission (EC) recommends that member states close their external borders to all non-EU citizens until 15 June. The ban will affect all non-EU nationals except long-term residents, family members of EU nationals and diplomats, cross-border and healthcare workers, and people transporting goods. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland UK citizens will be unaffected. The Ireland/Northern Ireland border is not affected. Internal travel within the EU remains based upon each countries’ respective restrictions.

The European Union has imposed travel bans on a number of worldwide airlines, citing the failure to meet safety requirements amid the raging coronavirus pandemic.
The restrictions, outlined in a lately released report, apply additionally to Armenian air carriers, together with Armenia, Armenian Airways, Armenian Helicopters, Atlantis America Airways, Atlantis European Airways, Mars Avia and Sky Ball. (Reporter.am, 02.06.2020)
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
AlbaniaAll regular international flights from and to Tirana International Airport (TIA) will resume on June 22. (FG, 21.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
All ferries from Northern Italy and all red areas remain suspended. Until further notice
All travellers entering the country who have travelled to WHO high-risk regions for COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to arrival have been ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days.
In red zones (Tirana, Durres, Shkoder, Kruja and Kurbin), a curfew is in place between 21.00 and 05.00 Monday-Friday. In green zones citizens may move freely without permission and without a curfew Monday-Friday.
All travellers from Italy are barred entry.
There are sanitary checks at all border controls (land, airports, ports).

*****Internal restrictions:
The state of emergency has been extended until 23 June. Banks, construction firms, call centres, grocery shops and supermarkets, transport companies, bakeries, pharmaceutical services and textiles manufacturers remain open during the lockdown. Mass transport, cinemas, theatres, nightclubs, swimming pools, weddings, conferences and public hearings won't reopen until June 23.
It is compulsory countrywide to wear a facemask when in public places.

*****Relaxation in restrictions:
On 1 June, the Government of Albania lifted the restrictions which had been put in place because of COVID-19. Land borders are open with the exception of the border with Greece which is expected to open on 1 July.
Shopping centres, hairdressers and dentists are open and people will be allowed to travel by car without a permit from 11 May. Bars and restaurants are open but serve only in their outdoor spaces, respecting social distancing until 17.30 (when the night curfew starts), from 19 May. More than 600 business activities have restarted including farming, repair shops, mining, fishing, food and fish processing as well as other retailers. High schools will open from 18 May until 5 June for graduating students. No more than 15 students per classroom. No time restriction for movement in green areas.
No more permit needed to go outside in green areas. No more permit needed to go outside from 5.00 until 21.00 during the week in red areas (Durres, Kruja and Kurbin, Shkoder and Tirana). Movement in and out of red zones is banned.
Parks, internet centres and gyms also opened on Monday 1 June under new hygiene guidelines.
There is no general requirement for travelers returning to Albania to self-quarantine. Quarantine will only apply in specific cases when ordered by health authorities.
Those who are concerned they may have contracted COVID-19 through exposure to other vectors are asked to self-quarantine at home and contact the Albanian government at the medical emergency phone number 127, should symptoms consistent with the virus appear. English speaking staff are available to assist non-Albanian speakers.
An official isolation and treatment site has been designated at the Infectious Disease Hospital at Mother Teresa University Hospital. The National Medical Emergency Center is responsible for the physical transfer of any patients suspected to be infected with the virus. No private hospitals are authorized to manage COVID-19 cases. There is no official information available about the length of time individuals will be held in these temporary quarantine spaces.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
AlgeriaAlgeria's government eased the country's curfew on Sunday but said land and sea borders will remain closed. (The National, 15.06.2020) Algiers airport closed until 5 July 2020 (Qatar Airways).

*****International restrictions:
All international flights are suspended; no date has been set yet for the resumption of operations. Despite announcements of French carrier Air France that a daily liaison with Paris would start on 11 May and opening of commercial reservations on German and Swiss carriers Lufthansa and Swiss Air from 1 June, transport minister on 9 May has confirmed that the airspace remains closed depending on the evolution of the outbreak. French embassy on 10 May announced that Air France flights will be arranged for French citizens, dual nationalities and residency permit holders (excluding visa holders).
All ferries are suspended.
Land borders are closed.
Repatriation flights are permitted. Foreign governments and local diplomatic missions are expected to charter special flights as well Algerian authorities for their citizens.
Upon arrival, repatriated Algerian nationals will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in dedicated facilities.

*****Internal restrictions:
All land borders remain closed and the suspension of non-cargo domestic and international air and maritime travel remains in place. People are required to wear a protective mask when in public and an 8pm to 5am curfew is in effect in 29 of Algeria’s 48 provinces, including in Algiers. The other provinces covered by the curfew are: Boumerdes, Souk Ahras, Tissemsilt, Djelfa, Mascara, Oum El Bouaghi, Batna, Bouira, Relizane, Biskra, Khenchela, M’sila, Chlef, Sidi Bel Abbes, Médéa, Blida, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Tipaza, Ouargla, Bechar, Constantine, Oran, Sétif, Annaba, Bejaia, Adrar, Laghouat, El Oued.
The Ministry of Health has advised people to dial 3030 if they suspect they are symptomatic. Visit the website of the Algerian Ministry of Health for updates and its dedicated webpage for additional information on these measures.
On 10 May it was announced that all education facilities and courses are suspended until at least September 2020.


*****Relaxation in restrictions
The Algerian government has started to ease the measures it had undertaken to limit the spread of COVID-19 allowing more businesses to reopen and allowing public transportation in cities to resume, but the lifting of restrictions will be gradual and dependent on the evolution of COVID-19 cases in Algeria.
A number of businesses have been allowed to reopen, including pastry shops, fashion stores, household items and home appliances stores, cosmetics stores, furniture as well as bookstores and hardware stores from 24 April. Nevertheless, the majority of these businesses in 11 provinces were closed again from 3 May due to members of the public and shop owners not adhering to social-distancing rules and other preventive measures as requested by the government.
Facemasks are compulsory within any commercial establishment in Algiers and Constantine provinces. In Constantine province, facemasks are compulsory for customers in shops as well as in administration buildings, while in Algiers province facemasks have to be worn only by employees.
As of March 18, 2020, Algerian authorities announced that they are quarantining known cases of confirmed COVID-19 within its borders.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
American SamoaAll entry permits have been suspended, except for returning residents. All travellers are required to present a health clearance form from a verifiable physician stating that they have tested negative for COVID-19. Incoming travellers are subject to health screening, which may result in a 14-day mandatory quarantine.

1.Nationals of the USA and residents of Samoa (American) who transited or have been in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington or Wisconsin, are subject to Public Health screening and might be medically or home quarantined.
2.Entry Permits, issued by Samoa (American) instead of visas, are suspended.
- This does not apply to residents of Samoa (American) with residence permit or an Immigration Board approval.
3.Passengers arriving from Samoa must:
- obtain a health clearance from Ministry of Health (MOH) 3 days prior to arrival;
- present a completed “DOT Travel Declaration Form" upon arrival.
4.Passengers who transited or have been in countries affected by Coronavirus (COVI-19), when arriving from Hawaii, must:
-spend 14 days in Hawaii; and
-obtain a health clearance 3 days before arrival in Samoa (American); and
-present a completed “DOT Travel Declaration Form" upon arrival; and
-provide itinerary upon arrival.
Health screening measures at Pago Pago International Airport will be tightened.

Ship access to Apia wharf is limited to trade and petroleum; fishing boats and all others are prohibited. Until further notice.

Internal restrictions:
The state of emergency has been extended until 1 June.
All public gatherings are suspended until further notice. Private gatherings with more than 10 people are also prohibited. Any vehicle operating with more than five passengers is prohibited.
Anyone over the age of 60 years old must stay home unless getting essential items.
16.00 to 6.00 daily curfew is in place.
All non-essential businesses are closed; supermarkets will only be allowed to operate from 06.00 to 18.00.

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
AndorraIATA: Apply the relevant Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations of France or Spain, whichever must be transited to reach Andorra.

International restrictions: The border with France remains open for departing French citizens and residents.

Internal restrictions: Social distancing and staying at home is recommended. People must keep a four-metre distance from others when they go out. Wearing a face mask is also mandatory. People are encouraged to walk on the right-hand side. All shops except those selling essentials such as foodstuffs, medicine and fuel are closed. People living in even-numbered homes can go out on even dates, while those who reside in odd-numbered homes go out on all other days. (Houses without a number will go out on even dates if the name of the occupants begins with A-M, and odd days if it starts with N-Z).
Physical exercise (running) is authorised from 06.00-09.00 or from 19.00-21.00. Shopping is authorised from 09:00-11:00 and from 14:00-19:00. The slot between 11:00 and 14:00 is reserved for elderly and vulnerable people.

Relaxation of restrictions: Andorra began a phased program of derestriction on 17 April. An announcement on the beginning of the third phase of derestriction is expected by 19 May.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
AngolaFlights to Angola are suspended.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights and flights that are at service of the Angola Foreign Policy.

All international commercial flights to and from Angola are suspended until further notice.
Travellers who have been in China, France, Iran, Italy, Portugal, South Korea or Spain since the start of the outbreak or who have been in contact with people infected by COVID-19 must serve a 14-day quarantine.
This includes airline crew.
All sea and land borders are closed.
All work, residence, and temporary visas are automatically extended.

Internal restrictions:
A state of public calamity is in place. Until 09/06/2020.
Access into and out of the capital Luanda remains prohibited.
The ban on inter-province movement has been relaxed for commercial purposes; inter-province travel for leisure remains banned.
Most services and businesses are allowed to operate from Monday to Friday between 06.00 and 15.00. Until further notice.
Public services, educational institutions, sporting events and festivals are suspended.
The Government of Angola has set up two quarantine sites just outside of the capital city of Luanda. Prior to the suspension of air travel on March 20, 2020, any person of any nationality who arrived in Angola with symptoms or who had traveled to China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Portugal, Spain, or France since the start of the outbreak was not allowed to enter the country before a mandatory 14-day quarantine period has passed. Travelers who did not wish to undergo quarantine were given the option to leave Angola and travel to their home country or to a country of their choice.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
AnguillaAir and seaports are closed for all passenger movements until further notice.
All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival; healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility.
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
On 29 April, most restrictions were lifted, however the government announced that from 30 April - 31 May, there are new temporary restrictions placed on public gatherings. During this time period, gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in both public and private places. Beach gatherings, recreational and professional sport events, and social or club gatherings are not allowed. However, the following are exempt from this rule: Work and company meetings, Church gatherings, and persons attending schools. Non-essential businesses are permitted to reopen, however, people must still maintain a distance of 3 ft and establishments must have markings on the ground to control the social distance regulations. Violations of these rules will result in fines or imprisonment.
Travellers to self-isolate for 14 day. The Health Authority of Anguilla are asking the public to call the COVID-19 inquiries hotline on + 1 264 476 7627 if they suspect they might have contracted the coronavirus.
All persons arriving in Anguilla who have travelled outside of the Caribbean Region within the last 14 days will be quarantined for 14 days on their arrival. A judgement will be made on arrival by health professionals if this can be self-quarantine or in a government run health facility.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Antarctica
Antigua and Barbuda1. Passengers arriving in Antigua and Barbuda:
- are subject to medical screening; and
- must present a completed health declaration form.
2. Passengers and airline crew staying overnight in transit are subject to self-isolation.

*****Inbound restrictions:
Health screening is in place at VC Bird International Airport for all international arrivals. The measures are subject to change but may include mandatory temperature and travel history checks, and “rapid testing” for Coronavirus. You should expect long waiting times on arrival. Visitors subject to a Coronavirus test on arrival must pay a fee of US$ 100 or local equivalent in cash. The local authorities may instruct you to enter government-provided quarantine, for which a further fee is payable, depending on the results of their screening and testing procedures. Those with pre-booked hotel accommodation will normally be permitted to travel to their accommodation after screening. Those staying with family, friends, or their own place of residence, must spend their first night in mandatory government quarantine and will be subject to an interview to determine their suitability to leave for their private accommodation arrangements. Those not deemed to have suitable private accommodation arrangements will be obliged to remain in government quarantine for between seven and 14 days.
All maritime vessels must enter Antigua and Barbuda via the Nevis Street Pier.
Until further notice, any non-Antigua and Barbuda national with a travel history in Canada, China, any country in Europe, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and the USA within 28 days will not be permitted entry into Antigua and Barbuda.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
A State of Emergency is in place until 31 July. Under these measures: all persons must remain in their accommodation from 23:00 to 05:00 each day unless seeking urgent medical attention, face masks must be worn in any public place and must be worn for entry in to any supermarket or market, face masks must cover nose and mouth, leave eyes, forehead, and ears visible, and cannot be worn at the same time as head coverings or dark glasses, bars, gyms and in-house dining at restaurants that have passed government inspection are permitted to operate, retailers such as food and clothes shops, pharmacies, and hardware stores are allowed to operate between 05:00 and 21:00 public-facing government offices have restricted opening hours and visitors, beaches are open between 05:00 and 19:00 for exercise or relaxation only. During these hours picnics, music, drinking alcohol, and parties are prohibited. See Safety and Security – ‘Swimming’ for more information, no more than two people may travel in a motor vehicle at any one time if they are not of the same household. Members of the same household comprising more than two people may travel together in the same vehicle. Face masks must be worn in motor vehicles when there is more than one occupant, people under the age of 18 may only leave their homes if they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian people may undertake exercise in open fields, at the side of roads, and play golf or tennis between 05:00 and 21:00 each day. They may be accompanied by members of their household, or by one other person if they are not of their household. All must observe a distance of six feet and wear face masks all social gatherings are prohibited. Churches are closed. Weddings, funerals, and baptism may take place but with no more than 25 participants all observing distances of six feet and wearing face masks. Failure to comply with the State of Emergency regulations will result in either a fine of up to XCD10,000 and/or six months imprisonment. The Antigua and Barbuda Emergency Medical Service are asking the public to call the COVID-19 inquiries hotline on 462 6843 if they suspect they might have contracted the virus, been exposed to or any other matters relating to the virus. The public are asked to call the hotline and not visit a healthcare facility unless instructed to.

*****Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link[please copy/ paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/92eefad97ea44cbcab0a86b98084cf77/antigua-and-barbuda-ncov-measures.pdf
Those staying with family, friends, or their own place of residence, must spend their first night in mandatory government quarantine and will be subject to an interview to determine their suitability to leave for their private accommodation arrangements. Those not deemed to have suitable private accommodation arrangements will be obliged to remain in government quarantine for between seven and 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
ArgentinaGovernment to resume international flights as soon as mid-August (BA Times, 10.06.2020). Mandatory COVID-19 quarantine extended for Buenos Aires metro area until June 28 (TN.com, 04.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Argentina.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Argentina.
2. Airlines must send airline crew and passenger's information to ANAC 12 hours before departure. This information must contain passenger list with travel document numbers, phone number and address where each person declares that they will comply with the mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

Inbound restrictions:
All domestic and international flights have been suspended until 1 September.
Borders are closed to all arrivals except Argentine nationals or residents. Those arriving are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.

Outbound restrictions:
The government of Argentina has implemented additional travel restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. Only travelers with confirmed international flight reservations may travel from the provinces to the Buenos Aires metro area 24 hours in advance of the flight.
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, however, flights have been severely limited. The borders remain open for departures. However, all scheduled international flights have been suspended, although the government is permitting a limited number of exceptional international flights.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
The Government of Argentina has ordered a countrywide mandatory quarantine. The quarantine has been extended through June 28. Restrictions may vary by province; check with local provincial authorities for a complete list of guidelines
Plan to limit your movements in accordance with the quarantine, whether in the City of Buenos Aires or the provinces.
Limited exemptions include movement to obtain food and medical care and travel to the international airport for ticketed passengers only. Additional information about quarantine exemptions can be found at [https://www.argentina.gob.ar/coronavirus/aislamiento/exceptuados] (In Spanish) If you have been using a Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulacion, note that many previously issued Certificado Unico Habilitante de Circulación were invalidated by the latest quarantine extension; check with Argentine authorities to determine if you must reapply.
Face masks or coverings must be worn in most public areas and in transport and cars.
Transport remains extremely restricted. The Ministry of Transportation halted all Argentine intercity domestic buses, trains, and flights in March, and most of these services remain suspended due to the ongoing quarantine order. In the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, passengers can only board public transportation if there is an available seat (standing room passengers are forbidden). These regulations are likely to remain in place for the duration of the quarantine order. Travelers should expect further travel disruptions with little notice
Any foreigner or resident who arrived in Argentina in the last 14 days from a country of active transmission must self-isolate and follow the required health measures. Anyone who does not follow the mandatory quarantine and the health measures may be subject to criminal penalties. The Argentine Ministry of Health has defined these areas as the United States, China, South Korea, Iran, Japan, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Europe, Chile, and Brazil. The traveler may have to bear any costs associated with the 14-day quarantine period.
In addition, provincial authorities are introducing additional quarantine measures and travel restrictions with little prior notice. Please check the website of your province’s Ministry of Health for more details.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Enhanced screening for passengers arriving from affected countries.
ArmeniaGovernment extends state of emergency until 13 July, plans to permit resumption of international flights from mid-July (Reuters, 12.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Armenia.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals and residents of Armenia;
- immediate family members of nationals of Armenia;
- diplomats and their immediate family members.
2. Passengers who are allowed to enter Armenia are subject to a 14 day quarantine.

International restrictions:
A state of emergency has been extended until 17.00, 13 June. Most foreign travellers are banned from entering Armenia, regardless of the country they are travelling from or the point of entry into the country. The following groups of travellers are exempt: Armenian nationals and their family members.
Permanent residents Foreign diplomatic staff and assignees of intergovernmental organisations, as well as their family members Armenian citizens and foreigners are allowed to depart by air only. The land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed, except for some cargo movement. All air traffic with Russia has been suspended until further notice. Other air travel options remain severely limited. All travellers arriving in Armenia must undergo medical screening at the port of entry and may be subject to isolation at a medical facility.
Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days.
Georgia and Armenia have agreed to close the land border between their countries for a 10-day period, however this restriction has been extended indefinitely. Citizens of Armenia or Georgia are permitted to return to their respective countries. Similarly, the border between Iran and Armenia is closed to most travelers. Some cargo deliveries are able cross the borders.

Internal restrictions:
While schools and universities remain closed, many restrictions previously imposed under the State of Emergency have been lifted, including restrictions on the movement of individuals and the ban on public transportation. As of May 18, all individuals using public transportation are required to wear a mask and gloves, and as of May 25 all individuals are required to wear masks in public spaces. Individuals who do not comply with this requirement could face fines of 100,000 dram or more (over 200 USD).

Travelers who are permitted to enter Armenia are asked to complete health questionnaires and self-quarantine or self-monitor for 14 days..
During the monitoring or quarantine period, health officials may check individuals’ condition.
Individuals exhibiting fever or other symptoms may be hospitalized for a further health assessment or treatment.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
ArubaPassengers are not allowed to enter Aruba.
- This does not apply to:
- passengers arriving from Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba or Curacao;
- legal residents of Aruba with prior authorization;
- special circumstances to non-resident passengers which are granted upon request . e.g. medical personnel;
- medevac flights, humanitarian flights, transit/transfer flights with prior approval from the DCA Aruba.

*****Inbound restrictions:
Entry is prohibited for all travellers, including residents until at least 31 May. A reopen date is scheduled tentatively between June 15 and July 1.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Internal restrictions:
There is a daily curfew in place from 22.00 to 05.00, which extends to public transportation and taxis. Effective 4 May, certain non-essential shops and businesses will be allowed to reopen, however the maximum number of people allowed will be capped at 15 including employees.
Effective March 29, the Government of Aruba has issued a “shelter in place” order indefinitely. People cannot leave their homes, except very limited essential functions.
Additionally, a curfew is in effect from 10:00pm to 5:00am. Violators of the curfew can be fined.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival:
- Mandatory online ED card with health self-declaration
- Mandatory COVID-19 insurance coverage for all non-residents
- Manual temperature check and short interview by Medical professionals
- 100% PCR testing upon arrival if there was no pre-submission on online ED card
- Passengers to remain in quarentine for 24 hours ot await results
- Positive cases will be isolated as per protocol
- Hand sanitizing upon arrival
Arunachal Pradesh
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AustraliaAustralians could be permitted to travel freely to New Zealand and vice-versa as soon as September. Under the proposal, Australian and New Zealand citizens will be allowed to travel between the two countries; without having to enter a mandatory quarantine.(Sam Chui, 28.05.2020)
Australia will keep its international borders closed for at least three to four months to protect itself from the coronavirus pandemic. (Bloomberg, 23.04.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Australia.
- This does not apply to nationals of Australia.
- This does not apply to the immediate family members of nationals of Australia.
- This does not apply to permanent residents of Australia and their immediate family members.
- This does not apply to nationals of New Zealand residing in Australia.
- This does not apply to diplomats accredited to Australia and currently resident in Australia, and their immediate family members.
2. Passengers and airline crew are required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days at their first arrival location in Australia. If their duration of stay is less than 14 days, they must self-isolate for the entire duration of stay.
- This does not apply to airline crew with the appropriate personal protective equipment.
3. Airline crew who are nationals or residents of Australia must self-isolate at their place of residence (or hotel) between flights, or for 14 days, whichever is shorter.
Airline crew who are not nationals or residents of Australia must self-isolate in their hotel on arrival until their next flight.
4. When passengers transit through Australia for 8 to 72 hours, they must go to mandatory quarantine at the state designated facility until the time of the departing flight.
5. For repatriation charter flights, airlines are advised to contact the Australian Border Force (ABF) as early as possible in the planning process. Airlines should not confirm or schedule flights before discussing arrangements with the ABF repatriation team.

Transit instructions: New Zealanders, citizens of Pacific Island Forum countries, Timor-Leste citizens and residents of New Caledonia or French Polynesia transiting through Australia on their way to New Zealand or a Pacific Island Forum Country do not require a transit exemption if they have booked a connecting flight to depart Australia within 72 hours of their arriving flight.
The outbound connecting flight must depart from the same state or territory of Australia as the arrival flight. If the connecting flight requires the traveller to spend longer than 72 hours in Australia they are not considered to be transiting and will need to apply online to the Commissioner of the ABF for an exemption from the travel restrictions.
All other passengers will need to seek an exemption to be allowed to transit through Australia.

Travellers currently in Australia who are unable to return to their home country should refer to the Home Affairs website for updated regulations on visa renewal.

Internal restrictions:
Government plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions by July (Fox News, 08.05.2020).
A three-step plan has been announced to gradually ease restrictions. In the first stage, schools restaurants and cafes will be allowed to re-open; as well as libraries, playgrounds and community centers. Gatherings will be limited to ten people. Local and regional travel is allowed, whilst inter-state travel will remain prohibited.
The second stage will allow gatherings of up to 20 people, with gyms, cinemas and amusement parks to reopen. Some inter-state travel will be allowed.
At stage three, there will be a full resumption of businesses and interstate travel. Gatherings of up to 100 people will be allowed.
Further details for stages two and three will be announced once the country moves through stage one. Although each state and territories will continue to exercise full autonomy of its own timeline for easing restrictions and moving through the stages, the government aims to reach stage three by July.
Currently, interstate travel options remain limited. Queensland’s borders remain closed, with all but freight and essential travel to and from the state banned. Those exempt must apply for an entry pass prior to travel. Inbound Queensland residents with travel history to COVID-19 hot spots declared by the Chief Health Officer must self-quarantine for 14 days.
While several states, including South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory, maintain a mandatory 14-day quarantine for domestic arrivals, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Victoria and New South Wales have not imposed such stringent restrictions for interstate travellers. In Western Australia, only exempt travellers are allowed to enter the state, and may be subject to quarantine orders upon arrival.
New South Wales: A two-people visitation rule has been implemented to allow two adults to visit another person's home for 'care and support'. All non-essential gatherings in public are limited to a maximum of two people, with some exceptions. Non-essential businesses remain closed or restricted; establishments that are open should allow at least 43 square feet (4 sq metres) of space for each patron. Public transport remains operational, with limited services on some routes. Schools will reopen on 11 May, with students attending one day a week.
Northern Territory: A three-stage roadmap has been devised to ease internal restrictions. Individuals may participate in outdoor sporting activities and religious and other public gatherings but should observe social distancing. They may also visit people who are not part of their household. Businesses will resume according to these stages. Schools have reopened.
Queensland: From 16 May, gatherings of up to ten people will be allowed. Restaurants and pubs will reopen. Travel within 150 kilometres (93 miles) of your region is allowed, or up to 500km (310 miles) for those residing in outback Queensland. Schools are closed until at least 22 May.
South Australia: From 11 May, restaurants, cafes, schools and universities will be allowed to reopen. However, a ban on public gatherings of more than ten people will be in place.
Tasmania: Individuals are advised to stay at home and go out only for essential purposes. From 18 May, gatherings of up to ten people will be allowed. Some schools will reopen on 25 May. Metro Tasmania is offering free travel until 31 May. Non-essential businesses are now allowed to reopen, as are schools in north-western Tasmania.
Victoria: A state of emergency has been extended until 31 May, however some restrictions have been eased. From 12 May, a maximum of five visitors are allowed in one’s household. Gatherings of up to ten people are allowed, on the condition that social distancing measures are maintained. Parks and other recreation facilities have opened, while restaurants remain open for takeaway only. Public transport is operational, though schools remain closed.
Western Australia continues to ban non-essential regional travel within the state. Some interstate arrivals will be required to self-isolate, unless exempted. Gathering limits have been increased to ten people. People will be able to undertake recreation activities, however, sports facilities will remain closed, and restaurants will still be restricted to takeaway and home delivery. The state government also has plans to allow indoor activities such as eating in restaurants and religious activities from 15 May.

Relaxation to restrictions:
Victoria is easing some stay at home restrictions effective 11:59 p.m. on May 12. New South Wales is easing some restrictions effective Friday, May 15. (OSAC, 12.05.2020)
All travelers entering Australia from overseas will be quarantined in a hotel or designated facility for 14 days. Travelers are required to undertake their mandatory 14-day self-isolation at their port of entry. Travelers will be transported directly to designated facilities as determined by the relevant state and territory government (for example, a hotel) after appropriate immigration, customs and enhanced health checks.

State and local authorities are levying fines on individuals not following quarantine and self-isolation guidelines.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All passengers will be given an Isolation Declaration Card to sign by a border ocial, prior to the immigration point. Going forward, this card will be provided to airlines for distribution to passengers with the incoming passenger card. Health screening – all arriving passengers and crew may be subject to health screening on arrival, regardless of countries visited whilst overseas.
AustriaAustria to open borders to Italy, 20+ European countries (Reuters, 09.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland and their family members.
- This does not apply to passengers with a British passport and their family members.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Vatican City (Holy See).
- This does not apply to passengers with a "D" visa issued by Austria.
- This does not apply to passengers departing immediately.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
2. Passengers are subject to self-quarantine for 14 days.
- This does not apply to passengers departing immediately.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Vatican City (Holy See). They must not have been in any other country in the past 14 days.
- This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 4 days before arrival.
- This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
3. Flights arriving from Belarus, China (People's Rep.), Iran, Italy (Lombardy region), Portugal, Russian Fed., Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and United Kingdom are suspended.
4. For more information, please refer to the website https://www.bmk.gv.at/service/corona/einreisebestimmungen.html

*****International restrictions:
Austria to reopen borders with Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein from 15 June. Travel is permitted for visiting life partners and relatives, taking care of animals as well as agricultural areas. This has to be proven by a selfcertification available here. Border crossings with Hungary, Slovakia and
Czech Republic were opened on 17 May. Only randomised spot-checks are still maintained at the borders to these six countries. Austrian/EU/EEA/CH citizens and their family members living in the same household, as well as holders of a D visa or a residence permit issued by Austria entering Austria by air from outside the Schengen area, will be subject to a 14-day home quarantine, unless their immediate departure to another country (e.g. by car or train) is ensured or they provide a medical certificate.

*****Arrival by land:
Travellers who want to enter through an open land border must have a medical certificate to enter. The certificate should: state that the traveller is not affected by COVID-19; be dated from a maximum of four days prior to arrival; and be in English, French, German or Italian. Exemptions from the ban are: Austrian citizens, residents, people transiting through Austria without a stopover, commercial traffic and emergency vehicles. Health authorities may impose health examinations on any person entering or travelling through Austria.

All passenger rail services to/from Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Switzerland are suspended. Train traffic between Austria and Germany is restricted and stopped between Tirol and Germany.
Sanitary checks are in place at borders with Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, and Switzerland; only limited border crossings are open. Internal land borders controls within the Schengen area with these countries remain in place.

Arrival by air:
Austrian/EU/EEA/CH citizens and their family members living in the same household, as well as holders of a D visa or a residence permit issued by Austria entering Austria by air from outside the Schengen area, will be subject to a 14-day home quarantine, unless their immediate departure to another country (e.g. by car or train) is ensured or they provide the aforementioned medical certificate.
Travellers arriving at Vienna airport who do not have the above medical certificate are able to conduct a molecular biological COVID-19 test and get the result in two to three hours. This will allow them to avoid facing quarantine, in the event of a business or urgent trip to the country. The test available at airport tests cost 190 euros ($209). Passengers leaving Vienna are also able to take it to demonstrate that they are virus-free at their destination.

Travellers arriving at Vienna airport who do not have the above medical certificate are able to conduct a molecular biological COVID-19 test and get the result in two to three hours. This will allow them to avoid facing quarantine, in the event of a business or urgent trip to the country. The test available at airport tests cost 190 euros ($209). Passengers leaving Vienna are also able to take it to demonstrate that they are virus-free at their destination.
Flights to/from China, France, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and Ukraine have been suspended.
All passenger rail services to/from Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Switzerland have been suspended until at least 22 May. Train traffic between Austria and Germany is restricted and stopped between Tirol and Germany.
Wizz air has resumed limited flights from Vienna, serving 20 destinations including to Portugal, Germany, Greece and Norway. Further destinations during the month of May will include Italy and Spain should the sanitary situation allow.

*****Internal restrictions:
All stores are allowed to reopen, however most non-essential establishments remain closed. Restaurants, churches and cultural spaces such as museums and libraries have reopened; the number of simultaneous customers or guests has been limited, facemasks must be worn. Residents are allowed to leave their homes for non-essential reasons. However, the obligation to maintain a distance of at least one metre from other people and wear a face covering in indoor public areas remains in place.
Gatherings of over 10 people remain prohibited.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Religious services are allowed to resume; cultural spaces such as museums and libraries also start resuming activities.
Cafes and restaurants reopened with a maximum of four people at the same table.
From June 16, anyone who comes from any EU country except United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain and Portugal will be able to do so without a medical certificate and quarantine.
Entry to Austria without the need for a medical certificate or quarantine is possible for residents of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland, who have spent the preceding 14 days only in those countries and not travelled elsewhere.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Anyone entering Austria from a country for which the Austrian Foreign Ministry has a travel warning in place must be able to present at the border a medical certificate with micro-biological test results in English, French, German or Italian which is no more than 4 days old.

Anyone arriving from these countries with a valid Austrian residence permit can enter Austria, but without a valid medical certificate will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. Coronavirus tests, which provide the medical certificate, are available for €190 on arrival at Vienna Airport for travellers with a valid Austrian residence permit.
AzerbaijanThe Government of Azerbaijan has extended rules restricting international passenger traffic and movement between the regions of Baku, Sumgayit, Ganja, Lankaran, Absheron, and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic through 1 August. (OSAC, 20.06.2020)

Internal flights could resume from June 15. (Reuters, 09.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Azerbaijan.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Azerbaijan.
2. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 48 hours before departure.
- This does not apply to nationals of Azerbaijan.
3. A completed Public Health Passenger Locator Form must be presented upon arrival.
4. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
5. Suspension of e-visa issuance and visa on arrival facilities.

*****International restrictions:
All entry into and exit from the country via air and land borders is suspended until at least 1 August inrestricted areas. Online visa application has been suspended; all applications are required to apply with corresponding embassies. All arriving passengers, including Azerbaijan citizens, are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days, those who show symptoms will be immediately evaluated and sent to quarantine facilities for up to 21 days. Specially-authorised flights may be possible with government permission.

*****Internal restrictions:
The Government of Azerbaijan announced the reintroduction of an SMS permissions regime restricting individual movements of persons in affected areas from 06:00 a.m. June 21 through July 5, 2020. These rules apply for individuals located in Baku, Ganja, Sumgayit, Lankaran, Yevlakh, Masalli, Lankaran, Jalilabad, and Absheron. According to these restrictions, citizens will need to obtain permission by sending a text message in order to leave home for essential trips, including visits to grocery stores, pharmacies, medical facilities, and banks. Individuals must send “1” to leave home for medical care, “2” for trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, bank, or post office, and “3” to attend funerals. Foreigners temporarily staying in Azerbaijan can obtain an identification number from the State Migration Service (SMS) online. Foreigners must then text the number indicating the reason for their departure from home plus either their temporary or permanent residence number (e.g. MYI/DYI 11111111) or the identification number provided online by the SMS to the number 8103. For example, if a person with a temporary residence permit would like to leave the house to buy groceries, s/he would text “2 MYI 11111111” to 8103. A text message granting permission will come within one hour. Individuals are allowed to be away from home for two hours when using code “1” or “2.”
Police will then verify this information when conducting checks on the street. Fines or jail terms can be imposed for violators of these rules. For assistance to resolve technical difficulties, or if you do not receive permission within one hour, call the ASAN service center at 9108. Please refer to our website or this announcement for more information.
A number of rules and restrictions remain in place for the remainder of Azerbaijan’s announced quarantine regime through August 1, 2020. In periods outside announced stay-at-home orders, individuals must maintain social distancing and wear masks on public transportation, in commercial facilities, and in a number of other instances face a fine. Individuals are not allowed to gather in groups of 10 or more people in public places. Individuals aged 65 and above are now allowed to leave their homes but are encouraged to do so only if necessary. Traffic to/from the areas of Baku, Absheron, Ganja, and Lankaran remains suspended.

*****Relaxation Measures:
Many previously introduced restrictions have been relaxed or lifted, however the wearing of face masks is now mandatory in a number of circumstances and failure to do so could lead to being fined. Some restrictions on internal travel around Azerbaijan remain in place.
From 18 May, access to parks and recreation areas are allowed. Shopping centers, cinemas, restaurants and cafes reopened on May 31 but the wearing of protective face masks and social distancing is mandatory in public spaces.
Museums and exhibition halls reopened, while people aged over 65 will be allowed to leave their homes for essential purposes, subject to the observance of social distancing and the use of protective equipment.
While most public transport services, including railway operations, remain suspended until at least 31 May, some regions are allowing permit-free interregional movement in private vehicles. The SMS permits system, wherein residents are required to obtain official permission to travel via a text message (SMS), will also be abolished from 18 May in the capital Baku, Ganja, Lankaran, Sumgayit cities and Absheron district. However, travel from other locations to Baku, Ganja, Lankaran, and Sumgayit cities and Absheron district remains restricted. A ban on public gatherings of more than ten people remains in place countrywide.

All arrivals to Azerbaijan are currently being placed in a mandatory 14-day quarantine in government-provided facilities, regardless of travel origin.
In the event of suspected coronavirus symptoms, a person will be quarantined in one of three quarantine facilities for 14 days or more, or until the person is determined to be free of the coronavirus.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Azores Islands
BahamasInternational commercial flights are due to be allowed to operate inbound and outbound from 1 July.

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of the Bahamas.
2. Nationals and residents of the Bahamas must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 7 days before arrival.
- This does not apply when arriving from Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname or Trinidad and Tobago.
3. Nationals and residents of the Bahamas are subject to quarantine.

*****International restrictions:
Airport and seaport operations are suspended until further notice, effectively banning all travel into the country including for those in transit. However, some international and private charters are able to operate as of 27 April.
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in effect until 30 May. Curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 remains in place, during which all residents are urged to stay home. Island of Bimini will be under lockdown for two weeks from 21.00 on 18 May until 30 May, during which residents cannot leave their homes except for emergency purposes.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
Inter-island commercial flights resuming at Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau (Eyewitness News, 08.06.2020)
Travellers to self-isolate for 14 day. From 15 June no quarantine is required.
Travelers showing symptoms of COVID-19 may be transferred to an on-site quarantine area for further evaluation.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All Travellers must submit a travel health form online at (please copy link and paste it into your browser): travel.gov.bs. before travel.
From 15 June, a COVID-19 PCR Swab Test with a Negative Result, must be presented upon arrival. No longer than 10 days old.
From 1 July no COVID-19 PCR test required.
Temperature screening performed on passenger upon arrival.
Bahrain1. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
- This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic, official, service or United Nations passport.
2. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of Bahrain.
- This does not apply to residents of Bahrain.
- This does not apply to military personnel.
3. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
4. Border crossing on the causeway is suspended due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Internal restrictions:
Supermarkets and other food shops remain open; however, the first hour of operation at these establishments is dedicated to elderly and pregnant customers.
Stores and sectors providing goods and services directly to clients will be allowed to resume operations.
Petrol stations, banks, pharmacies, offices without client-facing services, export-import businesses, construction/manufacturing companies, automotive repair shops and businesses involved in the production of essential goods are also permitted to operate.
Restaurants can only accept takeaway and delivery orders.
All individuals are required to wear facemasks in public places.
All arriving passengers will be quarantined for 14 days, regardless of the outcome of a COVID-19 test.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known

All incoming passengers at the Bahrain International Airport or at seaports arriving from countries with COVID-19 cases will be given a health questionnaire and screened. All travellers must comply with the requirements of the Government of Bahrain.

Baker Island
BangladeshAuthorities resume international flights on 16 June (Dhaka Tribune, 16.06.2020) Domestic flights on Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet and Syedpur routes will be operational from June 1. (BD News 24, 28.05.2020)

1. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
-This does not apply to passengers traveling on business with a return/onward ticket. They must:
- have a confirmation letter issued by the Bangladesh Board of Investment (BOI). The letter must contain a BOI registration number. The accredited inviting organization must notify the Immigration authorities prior to arrival, and
- have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
2. Flights from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong (SAR China), India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand and Turkey to Bangladesh are suspended.
3. Passengers who have a valid visa must show a medical certificate (with English translation) obtained within 72 hours of travel. The medical certificate must be submitted upon arrival and must indicate that the passenger does not have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
4. Passengers with Bangladesh origin are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

International restrictions:
The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June. All foreigners arriving in Bangladesh must submit a health certificate obtained within 72 hours prior to their arrival indicating that they are COVID-19 free, in addition to a valid visa; they are also required to undergo mandatory 14-day quarantine, regardless of nationality and traveller type. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.
All travellers with a travel history (including transits) from all European countries, with the exception of the UK, are banned from entry. This is in addition to the existing ban on travellers from India, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Bangladeshi nationals are included in the ban. However, those travelling on diplomatic missions and their family members are exempted. Foreigners who are already in Bangladesh with valid visas will have the option of extending their existing visas by three months. International flights are not allowed to land at the Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, until further notice.
Foreigners are not allowed to enter via land ports. The ports are: Akhaura, Banglabandha, Benapole, Bhomra, Burimari, Darshana, Hili, Nakugaon, Roumari, Shaola and Tamabil. Bangladeshi nationals returning can home quarantine if they provide a health certificate.

Internal restrictions:
From 31 May until 15 June, the Government has asked people to stay at home from 8 pm until 8 am. Outside these hours the Government has instructed that people should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need. There are ongoing restrictions of movement between districts. Anyone not complying with these requests risks legal action.
Public transport is slowly being restored following Government restrictions. A limited public transport service has resumed.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has announced the resumption of domestic flights from 1 June.
Bangladesh authorities have also suspended train services to and from India until further notice. Banking services are limited with many shops operating reduced hours. Emergency services including hospitals remain open. At short notice local authorities may lockdown buildings, streets and areas in order to control the spread of coronavirus.
Cox’s Bazar district: From 6 to 20 June, the Government of Bangladesh has classified Cox’s Bazar town as a red zone and placed specific lockdown restrictions on the area. All types of shops will be closed apart from food markets which will be limited to opening on Sundays and Thursdays only. Access to the Rohingya camps via Cox’s Bazar town is likely to be affected.


If any person of Bangladesh origin possesses a “no visa required” stamp in their passport and comes to Bangladesh without the required medical certificate mentioning that they are free of COVID-19, then they will be institutionally quarantined for 14 days.
If any person of Bangladesh origin possesses a “no visa required” stamp in their passport and comes to Bangladesh with the required medical certificate mentioning that they are COVID-19 negative, then they are required to home/self-quarantine for 14 days.
If any passengers of Bangladesh origin possess a “no visa required” stamp and come to Bangladesh with a COVID-19 negative medical certificate he/she would be home/self-quarantined for 14 days. However, if he/she is diagnosed with any COVID-19 symptoms on arrival, he/she will be institutionally quarantined for 14 days.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country

Foreign nationals with valid visas will be required to produce a medical certificate (with English translation) to be obtained within 72 hours of travel, indicating that he/she is COVID-19 negative. This medical certificate needs to be submitted on arrival at the Bangladesh point of entry (airport/seaport/land port).
The Government of Bangladesh has announced it has begun distributing health information cards and conducting temperature screening of all passengers arriving in Bangladesh at all points of entry.
The Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) is maintaining a registry of incoming travelers from all affected countries to monitor for the development of symptoms.
BarbadosSeawell's Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June (Jamaica Observer, 23.05.2020)

Barbados (BGI) airport is closed.
- This does not apply to technical stops, medevac flights and authorized flights.

*****International restrictions:
A mandatory 14-day quarantine in a government facility for all persons entering Barbados. Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine. The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.

*****Conditions and Internal restrictions:
As of Monday, June 15, the curfew Monday through Thursday will be lifted. Curfew will be 10 pm to 5 am Friday through Sunday.
Beach access will be permitted from 5:00 am to 6:30 pm daily commencing on Tuesday, June 2. No groups of more than three persons are allowed, unless of the same family.
As of Monday, June 15 beaches and parks will no longer have limited hours.
Taking effect on Monday, June 15 social events, parties and banquets are permitted with adherence to social distancing guidelines. Events of over 250 persons require Ministry of Health approval..
Violations are subject to fines and/or up to a year of prison. Barbados Ministry of Health has set up a 24-hour information hotline at 246536-4500.
Barbados will quarantine all arriving travelers and airline crew for 14 days at a government administered facility.
Citizens and residents of Barbados will be subject to a home-quarantine.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known

The Government of Barbados is conducting thermal screening at airports and seaports.
Bassas da India
BelarusBelarus has not implemented any entry restrictions, but arriving travelers will be screened, and those showing symptoms may be quarantined. A completed awareness questionnaire must be presented on arrival and passengers must self-isolate for 14 days.
- This does not apply to passengers in transit.


*****International restrictions: Chinese citizens and travellers who have been to China in the 14 days prior to arrival will have to go through health checks and fill in questionnaires at border checkpoints and the capital’s airport. Travellers from China, Iran, Italy, South Korea or other countries where the virus is active will undergo a full laboratory examination upon arrival. Increased screening measures have been introduced at Minsk International Airport (MSQ). Passengers with flu-like symptoms will be isolated for further medical monitoring. Belarus instituted a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine requirement for persons entering Belarus from countries where the COVID-19 virus is actively circulating. Neighbouring countries (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Ukraine) have closed their land borders to foreigners with limited exceptions for cargo transport and diplomatic travellers.
Foreign citizens arriving in Belarus are subject to a 14-day self quarantine requirement.COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions

Foreign citizens arriving in Belarus are subject to a 14-day self quarantine requirement. This requirement may be waived for travelers carrying a medical certificate, issued within 48 hours of arrival, indicating a negative COVID-19 test result.
BelgiumBrussels South Charleroi Airport to resume operations on 15 June (BSCA, 09.06.2020)

Passengers are not allowed to enter until 30 June 2020.
This does not apply to:
- Passengers arriving from EEA Member States or Switzerland.
- Nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Passengers with a British passport with nationality “British Citizen", “British Overseas Territories Citizen" issued by Gibraltar and British Passports with a Certificate of Entitlement to the Right of Abode issued by the United Kingdom, returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Nationals of Andorra, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), San Marino, Serbia and Vatican City (Holy See) returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Passengers with a long term residence permit or a long term "D" visa issued by EEA Member States, Switzerland or the United Kingdom, returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Family members of nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland and of British nationals, returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Family members of nationals of passengers with a British passport, returning via Belgium to their country of residence.
- Military personnel.

This does not apply to humanitarian, repatriation, and United Nations flights.

*****International restrictions:
Belgium will reopen its borders on June 15.
Borders have been closed for any non-essential movement. The restrictions apply at ports, airports, international train stations and other border points. Entry and exit checks are in place on the Belgian border to prevent non-essential travel.
All travellers to Belgium are expected to produce either a Belgian ID (residence) card or a letter from their employer to prove that their travel is essential.
Those who are transiting through Belgium should carry valid ID/proof of residence and evidence of onward travel.
The restrictions do not apply to cargo transport and foreigners who can prove that they need to cross into the country.
Belgian citizens are allowed to cross into the country.
Citizens and permanent residents entering the country have to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. This does not apply to foreigners transiting through Belgium via air, land or sea, who must be able to enter and leave Belgian territory easily to continue travel to their destination. No quarantine is required for travellers on essential business travel. Until further notice
Borders have been closed for any non-essential movement. The restrictions apply at ports, airports, international train stations and other border points. Entry and exit checks are in place on the Belgian border to prevent non-essential travel.
Belgian citizens are allowed to cross into the country, but travel abroad will be prohibited if it is deemed not essential.
No quarantine is required for foreigners transiting through Belgium via air, land or sea, who must be able to enter and leave Belgian territory easily to continue travel to their destination.
No quarantine is required for travellers on essential business travel.
Eurostar services: While trains continue to operate between Belgium, France and the UK, they do so at a reduced capacity. Passengers must wear a face mask or any other type of face covering at the stations and on board in line with Belgium authorities guidelines.
Thalys services: all passengers are required to wear a face mask.

*****Internal restrictions:
On 24 April, the Belgian Government announced plans to gradually relax domestic measures. Phase Three of the plan will start on 8 June, with all activities permitted except where expressly prohibited, and subject to certain protocols. The Belgian Government publish updates on their website. Relaxation of measures is subject to their ongoing assessment of local conditions and it is possible that measures may be reintroduced. You should check Belgian Government advice regularly for the latest detailed information [https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/news/].You must respect the rules on social distancing requirements at all times, including on public transport. The wearing of masks is mandatory on public transport and in other public locations where it is not possible to maintain a 1.5 metre distance from others. Further details have been published by the Belgian Government (in English).

Aiport/Airline requirements:
IMPORTANT- Air Travelers are asked to familiarize themselves with the information in the link[please copy/ paste to your browser]: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/c1b2b4b77ea54e2a925900c65b380b11/belgium-ncov-measures.pdf
Travelers arriving to Belgium from outside the Schengen area must stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor their health, and practice social distancing.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Social distancing of at least 1.5m between passengers is compulsory at airport terminals. Wearing masks in the airport is mandatory.
BelizeGovernment to relax curfew; state of emergency to end 30 June (Breaking Belize News, 11.06.2020)

Airports in Belize are closed.
- This does not apply to nationals of Belize.
- This does not apply to passengers residing in Belize.

International restrictions:
All borders are closed. Belizean nationals, residents and diplomats residing in the country will be granted entry through the Santa Elena border crossing with Mexico. Belize closed to international flights. Land, air and sea transportation will resume in the country only for essential workers and purposes. Government offices will reopen, additional businesses shutdown will be able to operate during certain hours, and the special Sunday quarantine has been lifted. Masks must be worn by all travellers.

Internal restrictions:
The Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport opened limited domestic flights on 11 May. A curfew from 20.00 to 05.00 remains in place, enforced by the security forces. The country remains in lockdown and a state of emergency has been extended until at least 30 June. On 14 May, some restrictions were lifted. Cross-district travel is allowed, domestic travel permitted, hotels reopened. Open-air restaurants will reopen on 15 May. All businesses must follow sanitary measures and social distancing.


Belize established an isolation unit for Belizeans who test positive for COVID-19 and has self-isolation quarantine measures for potential cases.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
BeninInternational restrictions:
Borders are closed for non-essential travel. The issuing of new visas has been suspended.
The Government of Benin has announced mandatory COVID-19 testing of all airline passengers arriving in Benin. Tests are at passenger expense; fees of 100,000 CFA or €153 (approximately $165) must be paid in cash, and airlines may require proof of ability to pay as a condition of boarding. Passengers may be required to self-isolate and may be subject to additional testing after 15 days. Those who test positive for COVID-19 may be subject to government-mandated isolation measures, including possible quarantine in a government-designated hotel at passenger expense. The Government of Benin has said it will hold passengers’ passports until testing and isolation requirements are met to ensure compliance.
All land borders are closed to all but emergency movements deemed necessary by the government.

Internal restrictions:
After the lift of the “sanitarian cordon”, the wearing of a face mask is mandatory outside of the house.
Movement within regions and between urban centres resume. Public transport and buses are suspended.
Bars, religious places, beaches and other social and entertainment venues as of 11 May continue to be closed.
Gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited.

Relaxation in restrictions:
Restrictions preventing inbound and outbound movements on 11 May have been lifted around the cities of Abomey-Calavi, Adjarra, Aguégués, Akpro-Misserete, Allada, Atchoukpa, Cotonou, Kpomassè, Ouidah, Porto-Novo, Seme-Podji, So Ava, Toffo, Tori and Zè.
Inter-regions movement bans have been lifted as of 11 May. Motorcycles will be allowed to carry one passenger at a time. Only three passengers will be allowed in a taxi and five in seven-seat vehicles.
Schools and some businesses such as restaurants (with mandatory one-metre distance measure) and commercial shops are open from 11 May.
Gatherings of less than 50 people with social distancing and sanitarian measures will be allowed, this includes non-festive gatherings and cremation ceremonies.
The Government of Benin has established locations for the quarantine or isolation of confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country
BermudaBermuda government has announced the island will resume international commercial air service for visitors starting 1 July. (Media, 15.06.2020)

International restrictions:
L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport serving passenger flights, has suspended arriving commercial flights. Seaport has also been closed for non-essential arrival vessels. Cargo flights and cargo vessels carrying essential goods and medical supplies are exempt from these restrictions.
There are currently no restrictions for travellers seeking to depart the island. Non-residents are not permitted entry to the island with the exception of crew members of air and ship crew members and those with written permission from the Quarantine Authority of Bermuda. Those entering the country must self-quarantine for 14 days and submit to public health screening measures. All other visitors that are not providing essential services will be denied entry.

*****Internal restrictions:
Public bus and ferry services have been suspended. A state of emergency including ‘shelter-in-place’ orders is in effect until further notice. Bermuda has begun a phased reopening: additional businesses have been opened, permitted businesses are allowed to operate between the hours of 07.00 and 21.00.
Residents are encouraged to only leave their homes for essential purposes, and a curfew is in place from 22.00 to 06.00, during which no one is allowed leave their residence. Gatherings of over ten people are prohibited. Masks must be worn in public and a distance of 6 ft. kept between people engaged in essential shopping.
Passengers who have been in China, Chinese Taipei, Iran, Italy (northern regions), Hong Kong (SAR China), Japan, Korea (Rep.),
Macau (SAR China), Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, in the past 14 days are subject to quarantine for a minimum of 14
days.
Passengers who show any symptom of Coronavirus (COVID-19) or have a relevant travel history, will be put into immediate
isolation.
Citizens, residents and their dependents as well as diplomatic personnel will be allowed entry, however, are subjected to self-quarantine for 14 days at a government approved facility and public health screening measures.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
BhutanBhutan has closed its borders. Flight operations are significantly reduced.
All travellers, including Bhutanese nationals, who are permitted to enter the country are subject to mandatory quarantine in a facility for 21 days. They will have to submit an online form found at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website. Travellers with a travel history to COVID-19 affected countries within 14 days prior to arrival are requested to report to the health desk at the point of entry. Borders with neighbouring countries are closed.
Re-entry of foreign travellers holding valid visas, work permits, or other immigration permits travelling to Bhutan with travel history to any COVID-19 affected countries is suspended.
All travellers, including Bhutanese nationals, who are able to enter the country are subject to mandatory quarantine in a facility for 21 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Thermal screening on arrival.
Bi'r Tawīl
Bird Island
BoliviaShort-term quarantine measures will apply in La Paz Department from 20 June to morning of 23 June, other COVID-19 restrictions continue (Gov.uk)
International flights remain suspended.
All borders remain closed.
Returning Bolivian citizens and residents, diplomats, members of special missions and international organizations, technical specialists, and drivers of international goods and cargo are exempt from the border closure.

International restrictions:
All borders and airspace are closed until at least 31 May. Bolivian nationals and residents may be granted entry, but require prior approval and/or a diplomatically-arranged flight. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. However, due to the lack of flight availability, any exit from the country should be coordinated with the government and the traveller’s diplomatic mission. Military forces will be deployed to the city of Santa Cruz to enforce measures.


Conditions and internal restrictions:
The Bolivian government announced an extension of national quarantine measures through June 30, 2020. Under the decree:
Social distancing and the use of masks in public places remains obligatory.
Monday to Friday: Persons and vehicles are prohibited from circulating between the nighttime hours of 18:00 and 5:00 but may circulate during the day with limits on the number of people in vehicles.
Saturday and Sunday: Vehicles are prohibited from circulating. People may circulate on foot or bicycle within 500 meters of their home.
Classes and other public events remain suspended.
Religious events where the attendance is below 30% of the capacity of the meeting place are permitted.
Patients presenting symptoms of COVID-19 or who may have been exposed to the virus are isolated and tested.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Enhanced surveillance and detection capabilities in main airports including Santa Cruz, Cochabamba and La Paz airport.
BonaireBonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba have restricted the entry of travelers from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Medical staff and patients who are transferred in the interest of public health on Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba may still enter.

Inbound restrictions:
Bonaire: All travellers will be barred from entry until 15 June. Residents of Bonaire that are stuck in Saba, Curacao, or St. Eustatius are allowed to return as of 8 May if given permission by the Island Governor, but will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.
Those who have been to areas of significant infection are asked to contact the Public Health Department at +599 416 3311, extension 314 and 315.
Authorities have placed an indefinite ban on flights from Asia and Europe.

Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictionsSa on individuals seeking to depart the country.

Internal restrictions:
Limitations on gatherings over 25 people remain in effect until 10 June.
Residents of Bonaire and Saba will be allowed entry but will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Bosnia and HerzegovinaAll airports in the country remain closed. Sarajevo International Airport is scheduled to open on15 June, but it is uncertain which airlines will resume flights and when their first flights will be scheduled (OASC, 09.06.2020).

Passengers are not allowed to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- This does not apply to:
- nationals and residents of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- nationals of Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia;
- passengers returning via Bosnia and Herzegovina to their country of residence;
- passengers with a special permit to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- passengers traveling on business with an invitation issued by a company based in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They must have a certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival;
- passengers traveling to participate in a funeral of a family member. They must have a death certificate and are allowed to stay for a maximum of 72 hours;
- passengers in need of emergency medical treatment;
- military forces of the NATO and other states participating in the partnership for Peace; and to NATO and EUFOR headquarters in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- heads of state and members of their delegations whose arrival and departure has been announced by the competent authority.

International restrictions:
BiH abolished self-isolation measures for those permitted entry. The BiH Council of Ministers has announced that citizens of Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro may enter the country as of June 1. There is still an entry ban for most non-resident foreign nationals, 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 may be required. Sarajevo airport has reopened to passenger traffic. As airlines resume flights, changes and cancellations may occur. Nations bordering BiH have decreased their border restrictions: Serbia: All COVID-19 related entry restrictions are lifted for both Serbian and foreign citizens. Visit the website of the Government of Serbia for additional information on these measures. Croatia: Borders are still closed to foreign nationals, with limited exceptions (including tourism when certain conditions are met). If you need to transit through or travel to Croatia, please review the Croatian Ministry of Interior Border Police Q&A to learn whether you are eligible to enter Croatia and contact them directly if you have further questions. Montenegro: Borders have opened to foreign nationals with restrictions. The government of Montenegro’s has an updated list here.

Internal restrictions:Social Distancing: The entity-level governments of the Federation and the Republika Srpska have implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. Curfew: Both the Federation and the Republika Srpska have ended their curfews for individuals of all ages. Public Gatherings: Restaurant and cafes throughout the country are open, along with most other businesses. There are still social distance restrictions in many places and masks are required in public areas when social distancing is not possible.

Relaxation in restrictions:
Railway traffic was re-established in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2 June. The trains will run according to the changed timetable. In accordance with the epidemiological measures, passengers are advised to maintain a distance of at least one meter, use protective masks and disinfect their hands when entering the train. Public transport has resumed.
All BiH citizens and foreigners entering the country face mandatory quarantine at the port of entry or self-isolation for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
BotswanaGaborone lockdown lifted on 16 June (OASC, 16.06.2020)

Airports in Botswana are closed.

*****International restrictions:
There are no commercial flights in/ out of Botswana. Medical evacuation flights remain possible. There is a ban on all travellers (except Batswana citizens and Botswana residents) originating from or transiting through the following countries: Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the US. Batswana and residents returning from high-risk countries will be subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine. Issuance of Botswana visas at ports of entry for any person from these countries has been suspended. Those traveling to, but who have not entered, Botswana no longer have valid visas, nor will they receive visas on arrival. Those visa holders from these countries already in Botswana should consider their visas valid. Arriving passengers must serve a 14-day quarantine at their own expense. (Does not affect transiting passengers).

*****Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in place until September, national lockdown lifted from midnight 7 May. Restrictions to be eased in stages from 8 May. During this period, individuals are not allowed to leave their homes from 20.00 to 08.00.. On 11 May the government advised individuals to limit their movements in the capital. Permit regime still in place for travel outside of those hours; businesses now authorised to open providing they adhere to government guidelines. Individuals who wish to apply for a Movement Permit should apply for a moving permit online. Pink permits which allowed movements in and out Gaborone have been reinstated after they were temporarily suspended on 11 May. The essential service permits remain in effect. Movement between villages, cities and regions may be permitted for certain reasons, again, a permit is required to do so. The application form for a Travel Permit can be downloaded from the
government Facebook page (BWGovernment). The public agencies that have the authority of approval and to which the application form should be submitted are: Ministry Headquarters, District commissioners, Dikgosi, Head of district Health teams as well as senior government officials. The movement permit is valid for five days and is renewable.

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Government lifts COVID-19 lockdown in Gaborone, surrounding areas (Reuters, 15.06.2020) Interzone permits for travel between zones are still required, and you may apply for a permit online at www.gov.bw.
Batswana and Botswana residents returning from high risk countries will be subjected to a 14-day mandatory quarantine at government-approved locations. Individuals arriving in Botswana will be required to go directly to a government-approved facility with food and sanitation provided for their 14-day quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Bouvet Island
BrazilExtension of country's border closures through to 21 June (OASC, 27.05.20)

Brazil has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not citizens, residents, government employees and their family members, immediate family members of citizens, diplomats, travelers with authorization from the government, travelers with a National Migration Registry, or travelers in transit who do not leave the international area of the airport. Spouses of Brazilian nationals must have a Brazilian marriage certificate to enter the country. If the certificate is not issued by Brazil, it must be apostilled by a consulate and be accompanied by a non-official translation in Portuguese. Technical landings to refuel where passengers of restricted entry do not disembark may also enter the country.

Land borders remain closed with exemptions for trucks carrying essential goods and people on humanitarian missions who have a permit. These countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.
Land border with Uruguay is closed.

Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Flights from Brazil to the US to pickup as outlined on the US embassy website.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
The US embassy has advised travellers to be prepared for restrictions to be put in place with little-to-no advance warning. In Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro state, the authorities have suspended intercity public transport across the state. Cities have been implementing lockdown measures: some municipalities in
Para state until 24 May. Recife (the capital of Pernambuco state) along with three other cities in the state will be on lockdown until 30 May. Rio de Janeiro has imposed vehicular restrictions in ten of the city’s districts beginning. Sao Paulo has a quarantine measure in place until 31 May. Gyms, hair salons, and beauty parlours will be included in the list of “essential services” and will be allowed to operate.
No explicit reference made to quarantine measures at federal level. Several state and local governments across Brazil have issued decrees that restrict the movement of people to combat the spread of COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
British Virgin IslandsPassengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to passengers residing in Virgin Isl. (British).

International restrictions:
Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate.

Internal restrictions:
A daily curfew is in place from 10pm to 5am. Individuals in public places are required to wear facemasks and observe social distancing. .
Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.
Unclear quarantine measures, although a majority of countries in the Eastern Caribbean have put into place travel restrictions that either prohibit entry to visitors arriving from the United States or require mandatory 14-day quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Brunei DarussalamBrunei has restricted entry and transit to all travelers except for citizens and residents. 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.

Internal restrictions:
Mass gatherings are banned, including weddings and sports events.
All citizens and residents of Brunei (including green identification card holders) are restricted from leaving the country, except for special circumstances such as medical care, court hearings, resumption of study abroad. Permission for travel must be approved by the Prime Minister’s Office.
The government requires all passengers arriving in Brunei through Brunei International Airport to undergo immediate isolation for 14 days at a designated monitoring center, as well as a COVID-19 test. Foreign citizens arriving in Brunei must pay the cost of the quarantine accommodation and the test.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Passengers are subject to COVID-19 testing that has a cost of BND 1000.
Bulgaria1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See).
- This does not apply to passengers with a British passport.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Bulgaria.
- This does not apply to passengers with a permanent or long term residence permit issued by Bulgaria and their family members.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Turkey returning via Bulgaria to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of North Macedonia (Rep.) returning via Bulgaria to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Montenegro returning via Bulgaria to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to passengers with a long-term residence permit issued by an EU Member State returning via Bulgaria to their country of residence.
- This does not apply to military personnel.
2. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
- This does not apply when arriving from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia or Spain.
3. All passports and national ID cards issued to nationals of Bulgaria and which have expired on 13 March 2020 or later, are considered valid with a prolongation of 6 months. This is due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

*****International restrictions:
Entry to the country is denied to most foreign nationals, including travellers from some European countries, such as Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and the UK, except for: Citizens of other EU or Schengen countries (Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia or Sweden) third-country nationals transiting Bulgaria to return to their country of residence Bulgarian citizens and their family members persons with Bulgarian permanent or long-term residence permits and members of their families medical specialists, foreign officials (diplomats, members of international organisations). All travellers, irrespective of nationality, are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey have closed all border crossings with Bulgaria to non-commercial traffic.

*****Internal restrictions:
Everyone in-country must wear a facemask when they are in a closed public space. The province of Stara Zagora operates a night curfew from 21.00 until 05.00.

Relaxation of restrictions:
From 1 June, travel to Greece and Serbia for business, family and humanitarian reasons is allowed without the need to quarantine.
A fourteen-day quarantine applies to all persons entering Bulgaria from Belgium, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK, and from all non-EU countries except Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia. North Macedonia was previously excluded from the mandatory quarantine, but a new Order on June 4 requires a fourteen-day quarantine for those entering from North Macedonia. Exceptions to the quarantine requirement include bus and truck drivers in the carriage of international goods or people, Bulgarian citizen ship crew members, medical professionals and those supplying medical products, foreign officials and diplomats, and frontier workers.
The main quarantine location for positively diagnosed and admitted patients is the Military Medical Academy in Sofia. Asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic patients should quarantine at home.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Burkina FasoBurkina Faso's borders are closed.

International restrictions: Bobo Dioulasso (BOY) and Ouagadougou (OUA) airports are closed. Gradual/partial shutdown of other airports. Land and rail borders closed from 21 March at 00:00 with the exception of freight. Air Burkina has suspended flights to Benin, Mali and Niger.

Internal flights and military flights will proceed. Land and rail borders are closed with the exception of freight.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
As of 3 June 2020, the Government of Burkina Faso canceled the curfew which was in effect throughout the country, except for the provinces that are under state of emergency (the East and Sahel regions, the provinces of Kossi and Sourou in Boucle de Mouhoun, the province of Kenedougou in Hauts Bassins, the province of Louroum in the North, and the province of Koulpelogo in the Center-East region).
The wearing of masks is mandatory nationwide. A state of health emergency has been declared countrywide: Partial confinement (outside of work hours) Ban on all cultural and religious or family gatherings. Ban on any professional gatherings of more than 25 people. Closure of all cultural, sports and leisure activities/businesses. Gradual shutdown of airports and screenings at land borders
All public gatherings of over 50 people are banned. Closure of bars and restaurants. Some markets countrywide are able to operate under stringent hygiene rules, including social distancing.

Relaxation in restrictions:
The quarantine measures imposed on all cities with at least one case of COVID-19 were lifted on 4 May allowing movement between urban centres to resume.
27 markets in Ouagadougou were allowed to reopen from 29 April, following violent protests by local residents on 27 and 28 April. Schools have gradually started resuming classes from 11 May; bars and restaurants will remain closed. Passenger buses restarted their activities on 5 May. Mosques and churches are allowed to reopen on a case by case basis provided worshippers wear masks and respect physical distancing rules on 10 May. Funerals and other religious ceremonies remain banned. All social venues and events remain banned until at least 30 June. Restaurants, bars, cafes and cinemas remain closed.
Passengers are subject to mandatory 14 days quarantine at a designated accommodation selected by their organisation and approved by Ministry of Health. Stay at the hotel will be at their own cost. During self-isolation, passengers have to respect all enacted COVID-19 measures and do daily required medical checks. Passengers shall be tested again at day 8 and day 14. Before they are allowed out of confinement, they have to present all three COVID-19 free tests and daily medical surveillance. If one of the results is positive, passenger will be transferred to the dedicated government care center.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival, all passengers must submit a signed confinement commitment form to the health officer. All passengers shall be tested upon arrival, unless they are able to present a test certificate, no older than 72 hours, stating they are COVID-19 free. The presentation of negative test does not exclude confinement.
BurundiBurundi has suspended all international flights from March 22, 2020.

International restrictions:
All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. The cost of quarantine will be charged to the travellers. All land borders are closed until further notice, except for cargo trucks. Screening measures are in place at road borders. All international commercial flights to and from Melchior Ndadaye airport are suspended until further notice. Cargo, sanitary, humanitarian and diplomatic flights are exempt from this measure
All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. The government confirmed that the cost of quarantine will be charged to the travellers.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Cambodia1. All visa exemptions, visas on arrival and e-visas are suspended.
- This does not apply to passengers with diplomatic visa (Visa A) or official visa (Visa B) issued by Cambodia.
2. Passengers must have:
-a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival, and
-proof of insurance policy with a minimum value of USD 50,000. They must deposit USD 3,000 at a designated bank on arrival.
- This does not apply to nationals of Cambodia.
- This does not apply to passengers with diplomatic visa (Visa A) or official visa (Visa B) issued by Cambodia.
3. Nationals of Viet Nam with a normal passport are not allowed to enter.
4. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.

International restrictions:
All individuals entering the country, including migrant workers, will be quarantined for 14 days in designated facilities to prevent further spread of COVID-19 in the country. All visa exemption policies and issuance of tourist visa, e-visa, and visa on arrival to all foreigners have been suspended until further notice.
Any foreigner wishing to travel to Cambodia must first obtain a visa from Cambodian missions abroad, the statement reads, adding that an individual must provide a medical certificate, issued by competent health authorities of their country no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel, certifying that they are not tested positive for COVID-19. They also require a proof of health insurance with coverage of at least USD $50,000. Travellers with a diplomatic visa (Visa A) or an official visa (Visa B) are exempted. Travellers arriving from France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Spain and the US from 20 May are allowed entry. Travellers holding a diplomatic visa or official visa would have to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon entry. Cambodia has banned entry of all Vietnamese nationals. Travellers carrying diplomatic or official passports will be exempt. Ban on cruise ships and riverboats entering Cambodia. The border between Cambodia and Vietnam does not allow any traffic via either land, sea or air. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, tourists holding Visa T and arriving in the Kingdom after 1 January will receive automatic visa extension. They will have to register their stay on Foreigners Present in Cambodia System (FPCS) before 1 July in order to be considered for any visa extension.

Internal restrictions:
The travel ban between provinces has been lifted. Garment workers coming back to Phnom Penh must be quarantined for 14 days at designated facilities. The Senate passed a bill empowering the government to declare a state of emergency. The bill was legalised on 29 April. If a state of emergency is declared, the government can be expected to implement further internal movement restrictions and halt business activity. All schools and tertiary institutions will be closed until November. Large gatherings are banned.
All arriving passengers will go to a reception center for a Coronavirus (COVID - 19) test and stay there until the result comes out. If one or more passengers are tested positive, the other passengers will be placed in a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility. If everyone is tested negative, they will be allowed for a 14-day quarantine at their residence/accommodation and they will be tested again on the 13th day of quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

All foreigners must:
1. Have a medical certificate, issued by competent health authorities of their country no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel, certifying that they are not tested
positive for the Coronavirus (COVID - 19) and
2. have proof proof of insurance policy with minimum medical coverage of 50,000 US dollars.
3. Passengers upon arrival will be subject to a health risk assessment and screened by the government.
CameroonAll international commercial flights to Cameroon are suspended from 18 March 2020 00.01UTC until further notice.
UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.

1. Flights to Cameroon are suspended.
- This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights (medevac, repatriation flights).
2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine.

All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.

All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions: All social venues are closed. As of 30 April, restaurants and bars are allowed to remain open after 18.00 (local time). Social distancing measures and the wearing of face masks are mandatory for the customers. All schools are closed. Gatherings of over 50 people are banned. In Bafoussam (West region), weddings celebrations have been suspended until further notice. The wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces. A systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures are imposed. Checkpoints to be set up in urban and rural areas.The wearing of face masks is mandatory in taxis and public transport.
Relaxation in restrictions: Reopening of universities only for the lectures on 1st June until 30 August. Sanitarian measures will be implemented in front of the auditoriums. Public transport restrictions have been lifted however wearing of masks remains compulsory and surcharges remain banned.
In a case of COVID-19 negative result, all passengers will be required to self-quarantine for period of 14 days. Passengers will be allowed to self-isolate at home, however, they will have to leave their passport at the airport. After 14 days of self-isolation, passengers will be retested before they could withdraw their passports.
COVID-19 negative certification required.

All passengers arriving to Cameroon are advised to have negative COVID-19 test certificate, issued within 72 hours before departure. If the passengers are not able to present the certificate, they will have to be tested at the airport. There are COVID-19 rapid test available which gives results within 15 min. It the rapid test are not available, passengers will be subject to different type of testing which takes longer time. Passengers will have to stay at the one of the designated hotel, at their own cost, until the result of the test will be ready. The length of the stay will depend of the nature of the test that will be conducted, and it can take few days. There are two hotels that has been approved in this matter, Hotel Franco and Hotel Aurelia Palace.
CanadaGovernment extends all emergency orders in Ontario until 30 June (Reuters, 17.06.2020). Border closure to all nonessential travel extended until 21 July (CBC, 16.06.2020) Manitoba government extends state of emergency for 30 days (CBC, 15.06.2020). US Border closure to all nonessential travel to be extended beyond 21 June (CBC, 10.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Canada.
- This does not apply to nationals of Canada.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from the USA. They must travel for a non-discretionary or non-optional purpose.
- This does not apply to permanent residents of Canada and their immediate family members.
- This does not apply to diplomats.
- This does not apply to seasonal agricultural workers, fish/seafood workers, caregivers and all other temporary foreign workers.
- This does not apply to international students who held a valid study permit, or had been approved for a study permit, when the travel restrictions took effect on March 18, 2020.
- This does not apply to permanent resident applicants who had been approved for permanent residence before the travel restrictions were announced on March 18, 2020, but who had not yet travelled to Canada.
- This does not apply to immediate family members of nationals of Canada, which include:
a. the spouse or common-law partner of the person;
b. a dependent child of the person or of the person's spouse or common-law partner;
c. a dependent child of a dependent child referred to in paragraph b;
d. the parent or step-parent of the person or of the person's spouse or common-law partner; or
e. the guardian or tutor of the person. (membre de la famille immediate).
- This does not apply to the following passengers:
a. Person registered as an Indian under the Indian Act;
b. Person authorized in writing by a consular officer of the government of Canada to come to Canada to reunite with immediate family members;
c. Person who is exempt from the requirements to obtain a temporary resident visa under paragraph 190 (2)(a) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, and their immediate family members;
d. Person who enters Canada at the invitation of the Minister of Health for the purpose of assisting in the COVID-19 response;
e. Person who arrives by means of an aircraft operated by Canadian Forces or the Department of National Defence;
f. Member of the Canadian Forces or a visiting force, as defined in section 2 of the Visiting Forces Act, and their immediate family members;
g. Protected person, under section 95 (2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act;
h. French citizen who resides in Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon;
i. Person or class of persons that the Chief Public Health Officer, appointed under subsection 6 (1) of the Public Health Agency of Canada Act, determines does not pose a risk of significant harm to public health or who will provide an essential service while in Canada;
j. Person whom the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration or the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness determines their presence is in the national interest.
2. Passengers with Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms are not allowed to board a plane to Canada. Passengers with Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms on arrival will be referred to Public Health Agency of Canada.
3. Passengers who have been refused boarding in the past 14 days due to a medical reason related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) are not allowed to enter.
4. Passengers must travel to Canada for essential purposes. Non-essential purposes include tourism, sightseeing, recreation, entertainment, social visits and religious functions.
- This does not apply to nationals of Canada.
- This does not apply to permanent residents of Canada.
- This does not apply to persons registered as an Indian under the Indian Act.
5. Passengers must have a quarantine plan upon arrival and are required to quarantine for a period of 14 days.
6. Passengers who were in the cruise ship 'Diamond Princess' are subject to a mandatory 14-day isolation at a quarantine facility upon arrival in Canada.
7. Passports issued to nationals of North Macedonia (Rep.) which have expired on 18 March 2020 or later, are considered valid until 31 July 2020.
8. Passengers must arrive at one of the following airports: Calgary (YYC), Montreal (YUL), Toronto (YYZ), Vancouver (YVR).

International restrictions:
Border closure for all foreign travellers (exemption for Canadian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family members; however, they will be subject to mandatory self-quarantine for 14 days) until 30 June. The Canada-US border will remain closed to non-essential travel (i.e. recreation and tourism) until at least 21 June. However, essential travel and all freight transportation will be permitted throughout. Any traveller showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be barred entry. Canadian citizens and permanent residents showing symptoms are prohibited from entering the country by air, but may be allowed to enter by land, rail or sea, where available. Those entering must seek immediate medical attention and undergo quarantine. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

Internal restrictions:
The provinces of Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec (for some provincial border crossings) and Yukon require all domestic travellers to self-quarantine for 14 days if they intend to stay; exceptions are made for those involved in commercial shipping,
essential medical staff and family-related situations such as custody arrangements. All domestic air travellers must wear a mask or other facial covering. Those arriving for flights who refuse or do not have one will not be allowed to board and may be fined. The Northwest Territories and Nunavut have restricted entry for nonresidents, and returning residents are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Highway 77 that connects British Columbia to the Northwest Territories is closed to non-essential travel. Highways 97 and 37 connecting British Columbia and Yukon are also to non-essential travel.

Relaxation of restrictions:
To help curb the spread of coronavirus, provincial governments have introduced a number of measures. There are some regional variations, but they generally include: a ban on social gatherings closure of schools, colleges and many public facilities, museums, cinemas and theatres closure of bars, restaurants and non-essential stores in many cities and regions some public transport offering only a limited service The authorities are urging people to stay at home where possible, and many businesses are closed. Anyone showing symptoms associated with coronavirus will be barred from domestic flights and some inter-city train services. From 20 April, non-medical face masks or face coverings are required for all flights to and from Canadian airports. The Canadian authorities recommend the use of non-medical masks/facial coverings when it is not possible to consistently maintain a 2-metre physical distance from others, including on public transportation. Some local transport authorities are making this a mandatory requirement. You should ensure that you are in possession of a mask/facial covering when using public transport in the event you are requested by transport operators to wear one. Both the federal and provincial governments may introduce further restrictions at short notice, including closing provincial borders, internal travel restrictions, a provisional ban on temporary foreign workers, or mandatory self-isolation for people arriving from other provinces. You should comply with the rules and advice of local authorities in relation to coronavirus.
Travellers entering Canada must present a credible 14-day quarantine plan. Information on what constitutes a credible quarantine plan is available on the Public Health Agency of Canada’s website.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Effective 30 March, mandatory health screening is required for all flights departing Canada.
Canary Islands
Cape VerdeInternational restrictions:
On March 18, the Government of Cabo Verde suspended international travel into/out of the country. Media reports indicate commercial international flights will resume sometime in July, although the Cabo Verdean government has not announced when it will allow international commercial air travel to resume.

Internal restrictions:
As of June 1, passenger maritime transportation resumed between Boa Vista and other islands. The government announced that maritime transportation would resume between Santiago and other islands effective June 30.
Cabo Verde’s State of Emergency ended May 29 for Santiago. However, certain restrictions on businesses and public areas remain in effect under the “State of Calamity” designation, including restrictions on beach access and restaurant operations. Additionally, under Cabo Verdean law, all individuals outside their home are required to wear a facemask and to apply social distancing.
The Ministry of Health may require individuals exposed to a COVID-19 case or those displaying symptoms to self-quarantine. Should there be a need to self-isolate at home, it is advisable to ensure at least a two–week supply of food, water, and any essential medicines.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Cayman IslandsThe Cayman Islands has suspended all international flights to Owen Roberts International (GCM) airport, with the exception of emergency and Medevac flights. They must obtain a prior approval from the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority.

Inbound restrictions:
All airports in the Cayman Islands will remain closed to international leisure and non-essential travel until at least 1 September 2020. Cruise ships and private vessels are not being accepted to the ports of the Cayman Islands.

Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
A daily curfew is in effect from 10:00 p.m. until 4:00 a.m. In indoor public places, it now is legally required to wear face coverings under certain conditions. These vary based on the public place, your age, any medical conditions you may have, as well as whether you are in Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac or Little Cayman.
All persons entering the Cayman Islands and all of their household contacts strictly practice self-isolation at home or in a government provided facility for 14 full days. There are no exceptions to this direction.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Central African Republic1. Bangui (BGF) is closed.
- This does not apply to:
- emergency flights;
- technical landings;
- humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights;
- flights with a special authorization

UNHAS Ops still running.

International restrictions:
All foreigners are denied entry in the country. Diplomats, NGOs workers and countries with no local transmission of COVID-19 are exempt. Bangui Mpoko International Airport is closed with the exception of humanitarian flights, cargo flights or authorised special and commercial flights. The land borders with Democratic Republic of Congo (Zongo border crossing), Cameroon (including cargo trucks), Sudan and South Sudan remain closed until further notice. A humanitarian corridor remains opened at Zongo border crossing. A mandatory 14- or 21-day self-quarantine is imposed to all inbound travellers coming from a location with local transmission of coronavirus.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
Travel between Bangui and the rest of the country is prohibited. From 29 April, road movement between Bouar and Beloko is banned for at least 30 days. Road movement between Bangui and Bouar is also banned for at least 21 days. Schools and universities are closed. Social venues, including bars, dance halls and cinemas are closed. Gatherings of more than 15 people are prohibited. Mourning, weddings and related venues are limited to the family sphere. Suspension of all border markets between CAR and Congo along Ubangi river until further notice.
All passengers are subject to 21 days of mandatory quarantine at their chosen accommodation, at their own cost.
Quarantined individuals are banned from leaving their domicile.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Upon arrival, passengers must have their temperature measured by a health officer. Any passenger with a high temperature must undergo a COVID-19 test.
ChadChad has suspended all flights into N’Djamena International Airport (NDJ) from March 19, 2020. UNHAS Ops suspended till end May.

International restrictions:
All airports remain closed for passenger flights until 31 May. Cargo flights continue to operate normally. Land borders remain open, except with CAR and Sudan.
Travellers from countries at risk of COVD-19 transmission will be tested on arrival and will have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine at home or a deisgnated facility at their own cost.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
There are quarantine measures in the capital N’Djamena and provincial capitals, banning entry and exit. The Government has introduced a curfew from 8pm to 5am in four provinces (Logone Occidental, Logone Oriental, May-Kebbi Ouest, Mayo-Kebbi Est) and the capital N’Djamena, and declared a health emergency restricting movement and public gatherings throughout the country. They have also introduced new measures limiting attendance at funerals to 2 or 3 close family members and restricting access to mortuaries. Wearing of face masks when outdoors is compulsory throughout the country with penalties, including potential imprisonment, for non-compliance.
All passengers have to be quarantined for 14 days. During the quarantine, passenger will stay under the medical team instructions and control, with regular temperature checks. The government of Chad will be responsible for all expenses during the quarantine.
 
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Upon arrival to Chad, all passengers are required to do a temperature check. Travellers from countries at risk of COVD-19 transmission will be tested on arrival.
Chagos Archipelagio
ChileGovernment issues quarantine order for new areas in Valparaiso, O'Higgins and El Maule regions (BioBio Chile, 17.06.2020). Government issues quarantine order for several communes in Santiago area, Vina del Mar, Valparaiso (News Portal, 10.06.2020). Changes in Quarantine Measures Announced - Quarantines for Calama and San Antonio (OSAC, 08.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter until 25 June 2020.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Chile.
2. Nationals and residents of Chile are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
3. A completed "Affidavit for Travellers to prevent Coronavirus diseases (COVID-19)" must be submitted before departure at https://www.c19.cl/formularios.html

*****Inbound restrictions:
Chile closed its borders (air, land and sea) to foreign travellers until further notice. The restrictions do not apply to Chilean nationals or residents, diplomatic visa holders, or those providing humanitarian aid. All returning travellers are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Citizens of New Zealand are barred from transiting through the country unless they are permanent citizens of Chile. All passengers arriving in Chile with final destination Chile must sign and present a health declaration outlining the countries they have been to in the preceding 30 days. These are handed out by the airline prior to arrival. Those who have been to affected countries will receive additional screening. From 15 March to 30 September, landings in all Chilean passenger cruise ports are prohibited.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. LATAM has resumed commercial flights between Santiago and the US.

*****Conditions and internal restrictions:
Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are now typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. All of the metropolitan region of Santiago and six neighbouring municipalities (San Bernardo, Buin, Puente Alto, Padre Hurtado, Lampa y Colina) remain under quarantine until at least 19 June (inclusive). In addition, from 10 pm on 12 June until at least 19 June (inclusive) the urban areas of Melipilla, Curacaví, Til Til y San José de Maipo will come under quarantine orders. Full quarantine is also in place until at least 19 June (inclusive) in Iquique (Tarapacá), Alto Hospicio (Tarapacá), San Antonio (Valparaíso) and Calama (Antofagasta). In addition, from 10 pm on 12 June until at least 19 June (inclusive) Valparaíso, Viña del Mar and Pozo Almonte (Tarapaca) will be in quarantine. Sanitary cordons are in place in the Santiago metropolitan region, Pirque, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar, Chiloé, Alto Biobío, Osorno, Puerto Williams, Punta Arenas and San Antonio. In those areas in quarantine, people are allowed to leave their residences only under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual [https://comisariavirtual.cl/]. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. It is not possible to leave or enter a sanitary cordon without a “salvoconducto” (police authorization), also obtained via the Comisaria Virtual. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
All foreigners and Chileans entering Chile are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine.
COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
ChinaFlights and trains canceled as Beijing authorities upgrade emergency response to COVID-19 (Business Standard, 17.06.2020)

1. The mainland of China has decided to temporarily suspend the entry into the mainland of China by foreign nationals holding visas or residence permits still valid to the time of this announcement, effective from 00:00 local time, 28 March 2020. Entry by foreign nationals with APEC Business Travel Cards will be suspended as well.
- Policies including port visas, 24/72/144-hour visa-free transit policy, Hainan 30-day visa-free policy, 15-day visa-free policy specified for foreign cruise-group-tour through Shanghai Port, Guangdong 144-hour visa-free policy specified for foreign tour groups from Hong Kong or Macao SAR, and Guangxi 15-day visa-free policy specified for foreign tour groups of ASEAN countries will also be temporarily suspended. Entry with diplomatic, service, courtesy or C visas will not be affected.
- 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.
- Entry by foreign nationals with visas issued after this announcement will not be affected.
2. All passengers arriving at PEK will have a PCR test and be quarantined at the designated location in Beijing for 14 days.
3. Passengers arriving at Shanghai Pudong (PVG) or Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA) must undergo a Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) and a 14-day quarantine in designated places for medical observation.
4. Passengers who live in or have been in France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Spain or USA in the past 14 days arriving at Guangzhou (CAN) or Shenzhen (SZX) must undergo 14-day quarantine at home or in designated places for medical observation. All passengers arriving at SZX will have a PCR test.
5. All passengers arriving at XMN will be quarantined for medical observation at the designated hotels for 14 days on their own expenses.
- This does not apply to passengers under 18 years old, passengers above 70 years old, pregnant women and passengers suffering from illness. They must apply for permission to undergo a 14-day quarantine at home.
6. Airline crew of foreign airlines:
- are not required to undergo nucleic acid test if they have a short stay after landing then depart immediately, and do not leave apron during the transition; OR
- shall receive nucleic acid test in the first port of entry if they need to enter the country to rest or continue to operate domestic routes. The test results will be confirmed by the local government in accordance with the requirements of epidemic prevention management. Only if the test results are negative, crews can continue the operations; OR
- are allowed to return to their home country for isolation treatment when agreed by the local joint control mechanism, if they are symptomatic, in close contact with infected persons or tested positive. Airlines and crews shall make all commitments to bear their responsibilities and also carry out strict protections.
7. A QR code generated from a completed "Health Declaration Form" must be presented to immigration upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at http://health.customsapp.com/ .

*****Entry restrictions:
Foreigners with visas or residence permits still valid from 28 March are restricted from entering China. This includes foreign nationals with APEC Business Travel Cards, port visas, persons who qualify for 24/72/144-hour visa free transit policies, Hainan 30 day visa-free policy, 15 day visa-free policy specified for foreign cruise-group-tour through Shanghai Port, Guangdong 144-hour visa-free transit policy for foreign tour groups from Hong Kong or Macao Special Administrative Regions and Guangxi 15 day visa-free policies for foreign tour groups from ASEAN countries. Diplomatic, Courtesy or C-Class visas will not be affected. Foreign nationals involved in necessary economic, trade, scientific or technological activities or for emergency and humanitarian needs may also apply for visas at Chinese embassies or consulates.
Many local governments require inbound travellers to inform their local company office and neighbourhood committee in advance about their travel plan.
The number of international passenger flights is reduced. In Beijing, international flights are not landing directly at Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK), but are diverted first to other domestic airports in Dalian, Hohhot, Jinan, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shanghai Pudong, Shenyang, Shijiazhuang, Taiyuan, Tianjin, Xi’an and Zhengzhou for screening. Travellers will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility upon entry. After clearing the 14-day quarantine, if the traveller enters Beijing after the second day the traveller clears the quarantine, the traveller will have to undergo another 14-day quarantine either at home or a designated facility for 14 additional days.
All land border crossings between China and Russia have been closed to travellers. Yunnan province has banned citizens from leaving the country by more than 30 land and river ports at the province’s borders with Vietnam, Laos, and Myanmar.
The Chinese Government is in discussions with foreign governments on "fast-track" procedures to allow key employees of foreign companies to return to China. So far, "fast-track" commercial charter flights have been arranged with Germany and South Korea and may be extended to other countries in the future.
All transit/transfer services, including air transit/transfer, cross boundary land transport and cross boundary ferry transfer, are suspended for all passengers at Hong Kong International Airport.
Residents with travel history in Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do in South Korea, Iran, as well as Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto regions in Italy in the past 14 days will be required upon entry to stay in a quarantine centre for 14 days. Residents with travel history in any other overseas locations in the preceding 14 days will be subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine.

*****Internal restrictions:
Mainland China: Railway stations and airports have gradually resumed operations and most provinces have resumed their inter-provincial road passenger transportation. Restrictions on public transportation and private car movement have been lifted in most cities.
Hubei province: Restrictions on outbound travel from Hubei province were lifted on 25 March, and restrictions in Wuhan have been lifted on 8 April. Railway and passenger flights have started to resume accordingly with the lifting of restrictions (Wuhan Tianhe International Airport resumed domestic flights on 8 April); however, international flights and flights to/from Beijing will remain suspended until further notice. Those who want to leave Hubei should confirm with their destination city on the local requirements. Various cities and provinces require all travellers from Wuhan to take nucleic acid tests (including Shenzhen, Zhejiang, etc). Shanghai encourages employers to let returning staff from certain areas take nucleic acid tests.

Beijing: Beijing is reintroducing strict lockdown measures and rolling out mass testing after a fresh cluster of novel coronavirus cases emerged. (CNN, 15.06.2020)

As the situation continues to improve across the country, almost all the cities and provinces have declared the local risk level to be low. The latest city is Suifenhe, the border city with Russia in Heilongjiang province, who adjusted its risk level to low from May 6. However, some cities also chose to strengthen their quarantine measures due to re-emergence of local or imported cases. On 10 May, Shulan (Jilin province) raised its risk level to ‘high’ due to new local cases, and has re-strengthened restrictions on local movement and public gathering. Several train routes to/from Shulan have also been suspended.All villages and residential compounds in the city were closed off, and only one person from each household allowed out for two hours every second day for essentials. (The Guardian, 19.05.2020)

Another example is Taiyuan (who did so on 3 May), Shanxi provincial capital, although it didn’t announce any change to its risk or response level. In Shanghai and Guangdong, public health emergency response levels have been changed from level II to level III.
A new directive has been issued providing more detailed guidance on community quarantine management, including a new clause that says for low-risk areas and communities with no cases detected, inbound travellers from non-high-risk areas are exempted from mandatory quarantine as long as they hold a ‘green’ health code and arrive directly (without a stopover in a high-risk area). As the risk levels still vary across the country, travellers are advised to confirm with the local residence committee or hotel about quarantine requirements in advance.
As each province has different variations of the application, travellers will need to check the relevant application for their destination and register their information online to get the ‘health code’ before the trip. Heilongjiang announced an ‘in-city code’ in addition to the three-colour health code. Personnel with ‘in-city code’ are restricted to travel out of their current city but can move freely inside.
Although such restrictions are easing, many provinces and cities still have in place community 'close-off' style management which means:
A reduction of exit/entry access to the community.
Access control of visitors and visiting vehicles: ID check/registration, temperature measurement at gate, delivery service is to be picked up at the gate of community etc.
If there are confirmed cases in a certain community, there might be a closure of certain units/areas for quarantine depending on the severity of the local outbreak. In Heilongjiang province, re-emergence of local cases has led to strengthening of such measures.
On 13 May, Jilin city was announced to be ‘sealed’. Transportations services such as intercity buses and trains for Jilin city are suspended now. People who want to move out of the city need the nucleic acid test within 48 hours of travel and register the information according to official instructions.
All passengers arriving at PEK will have a PCR test and be quarantined at the designated location in Beijing for 14 days.
Passengers arriving at Shanghai Pudong (PVG) or Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA) must undergo a Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) and a 14-day quarantine in designated places for medical observation.
Passengers who live in or have been in France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Spain or USA in the past 14 days arriving at Guangzhou (CAN) or Shenzhen (SZX) must undergo 14-day quarantine at home or in designated places for medical observation. All passengers arriving at SZX will have a PCR test.
All passengers arriving at XMN will be quarantined for medical observation at the designated hotels for 14 days on their own expenses.
- This does not apply to passengers under 18 years old, passengers above 70 years old, pregnant women and passengers suffering from illness. They must apply for permission to undergo a 14-day quarantine at home.
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

All passengers arriving at PEK will have a PCR test.
Passengers arriving at Shanghai Pudong (PVG) or Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA) must undergo a Nucleic Acid Test (NAT).
All passengers arriving at Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport (SZX) will have a PCR test.
China/India
Christmas Island
Clipperton Island
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
ColombiaGovernment bans all international passenger flights until 31 August (Reuters, 20.05.2020)

Colombia has restricted entry and transit to all travelers except cargo operators, humanitarian emergencies, and extreme scenarios that have authorization from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Colombia has also suspended all commercial flights into the country. All arriving travelers are subject to a 14-day quarantine.

International restrictions:
Border closure for all foreign travellers until 30 May. Colombian nationals and residents will not be allowed to enter or depart the country. All international flights to Colombia are suspended until 30 May. All travellers, including Colombian citizens and permanent residents, will be barred entry during this time.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
All residents are asked to stay at home as part of a nationwide quarantine. Until 31May.
Bogota to continue COVID-19 quarantine until at least 15 June (Reuters, 28.05.2020). Individuals over the age of 70 are asked to remain at home until 31 May. Gender-based movement restrictions, which allow men and women to leave their homes on designated days for essential purposes, ended 11 May. Facemasks are mandatory while outside.
Nationwide “stay at home” mandatory preventive isolation announced by the government. Any Colombian nationals able to enter the country by air will be subject to mandatory self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All passengers are required to wear face masks on board the aircraft.
Comoros1. Flights to Comoros are suspended.
2. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued before arrival.

Internal restrictions:
Night curfew in place between 20.00 and 05.00 until further notice. Residents are required to remain at their house; only essential travel will be permitted. All social gatherings and events are cancelled/banned or severely restricted including for elections, community, weddings and funerals. Friday and collective prayers have been suspended too. It is compulsory to wear a facemask when in public spaces. Mosques and churches are closed until further notice. Schools and social venues have been closed until further notice. Markets remain open with restricted hours from 06.00 to 16.00. Public transport remains operational but with limited capacity.
Passengers arriving from or having transited through China or Japan face entry travel restrictions or quarantine. Travelers from counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19 may be required to have spent a period a period of 14 days in quarantine in a country that is free from COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
CongoAirports in Congo are closed.

International restrictions:
Land, air and sea borders are closed and all international flights are suspended. Cargo ships and flights are exempted from this measure. All travellers should reportedly present a COVID-19 negative test, carried out by an approved institution, to apply for any type of visa. Further indication on entry requirements should be discussed with the country’s diplomatic representations prior travel.

Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

Internal restrictions:
A nationwide state of health emergency is in place until 31 May.The measures it entails are a ban on inter-city travel (except for essential movements and for essential workers), the closure of all non-essentiel shops and a curfew from 20.00 to 05.00. Wearing a facemask is mandatory in public areas. All social gatherings and events are cancelled/banned. Schools and social venues (including bars and places of worship) have been closed. Since 18 May: In zone 1, which covers Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire, public transport has resumed with an obligation to wear masks. Opening days for markets has increased from three to five days a week. Travel between the two cities remains prohibited. In zone 2, locations little or not affected by the virus, the lockdown has been lifted. The nationwide curfew remains in place.
All passengers are subject to 14 days of mandatory quarantine on arrival, at the designated hotel Brazzaville.
COVID-19 negative certification required.

Passengers coming to Congo are advised to be tested for COVID-19 before travelling.
Cook IslandsThe Cook Islands have restricted entry to all travelers who have transited or been in any country other than the Cook Islands and New Zealand within the past 14 days. Nationals and residents of the Cook Islands and New Zealand and their immediate family members may still enter the Cook Islands, as may Australian nationals and residents who normally reside in New Zealand, and their immediate family members. Travelers with a work permit issued by the Cook Islands may also enter the country along with their immediate family members.

International restrictions:
International flights into the country are suspended until 12 June, licensed aircraft with special permissions are exempted. Entry is barred for all travellers except for New Zealand passport and permanent residence holders, Australian citizens and permanent residents who normally live in New Zealand, Cook Islanders, permanent residents of the Cook Islands, Cook Islands work permit holders and Cook Island residents permit holders. Entry will be permitted for any immediate family of travellers included in the above exempted categories. All travellers allowed entry will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in New Zealand and a 14-day mandatory supervised quarantine upon arrival. Foreign cruise ships are barred from entry.

Internal restrictions:
The authorities declared the country COVID-19 free on 18 April, and restrictions on domestic travel to and from the outer islands have been lifted. Businesses, including restaurants, have gradually resumed operations. A ban on gathering of more than ten people has also been lifted, while schools have reopened.
All travellers allowed entry will be subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Costa RicaGovernment halts reopening as COVID-19 cases increase (Reuters, 19.06.2020). Border closure extended until 30 June (Reuters, 29.05.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Costa Rica.
- This does not apply to nationals of Costa Rica.
- This does not apply to passengers who have left Costa Rica before 26 March 2020 or after 30 April 2020 and have:
a) Permanent residence in Costa Rica; or
b) Temporary residence in Costa Rica; or
c) Special category (Categoria Especial); or
d) Non-resident subcategory Stay (No Residente subcategoria Estancia).
2. Nationals and residents of Costa Rica must be in isolation for 14 days.

*****International restrictions:
Border closure for all foreign nationals and non-residents until June 30. The measures will not apply to Costa Rican nationals or residents, both of whom will be asked to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon returning from abroad. Travellers will still be allowed to transit through Costa Rica’s airports while
new restrictions are in effect. Land border crossings with Nicaragua have been closed until further notice. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. Foreigners who leave the country will lose their immigration status.

*****Iinternal restrictions:
A majority of the airlines that serve Costa Rica are suspending or limiting their flights. All national parks are closed. The use of private vehicles is currently restricted for the entire country, as follows: from 5am to 10pm on weekdays, licence plates ending in digits 1 & 2 do not circulate on Mondays: 3 & 4 on Tuesdays: 5 & 6 on Wednesdays: 7 & 8 on Thursdays: 9 & 0 on Fridays. There is also a ban on the use of private vehicles between 10pm and 5am, except those used by officials, diplomats or people categorised as ‘essential workers’.
From 3 June extended driving restrictions (from 5pm to 5am) will enter into force in northern parts of the country (in the areas of La Cruz, Guatuso, Upala, Los Chiles and Rio Cuarto, as well as districts of San Carlos, Guacimo, Pococi, Sarapiqui y Siquirres). Drivers breaking the restrictions will be fined. Public transportation operates from 04.00 to 23.00 daily. Most non-essential businesses have been allowed to reopen at 25-50% capacity and in accordance with any curfew hours that may be in effect. Organized public gatherings remain suspended until at least September. On 17 May, the government published the requirements businesses will have to implement to be allowed reopening.
Anyone arriving in Costa Rica from another country must self-quarantine for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

All arrivals are also being tested at port of entry for COVID-19.
Côte d'IvoireInternational restrictions:
All land, sea and air borders remain closed until at least 31 May and international flights are banned, except for freight.

1. Flights to Cote d'Ivoire are suspended.
- This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency.
- This does not apply to humanitarian flights (medevac, repatriation flights).
2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine

Internal restrictions:
A state of emergency is in force until at least 31 May. The Greater Abidjan metropolitan area is isolated from the rest of the country at least until 31 May. Greater Abidjan includes the Abidjan Autonomous District and the surrounding towns of Assinie, Azaguie, Bonoua, Dabou and Grand-Bassam. Unauthorised internal travel between Greater Abidjan and the interior of the country is banned. For essential travel only, the request for a laissez-passer permit must be done online 24 hours prior to setting out accompanied by a negative COVID-19 test. The permit remains valid for 72 hours and outside of curfew times. Vulnerable individuals (elderly people and people with chronic diseases) are to remain home until further notice.

Relaxation in restrictions:
The nationwide curfew has been lifted. However, a curfew will be reinstated on areas where the authorities deem it necessary, due to a surge of COVID19 cases. The curfew in the Greater Abidjan was lifted on 15 May. Wearing of masks in public remains mandatory. Bars, night clubs and movie theatres remain closed at least until 31 May, while restaurants and ‘maquis’ are allowed to reopen. Schools will be allowed to reopen on 25 May. Gatherings are limited to 200 people
Confirmed and suspected cases of COVID-19 are to be quarantined in government-run facilities. The primary location is at the Treichville University Teaching Hospital (CHU) in Abidjan, however the Ivoirian government is actively setting up additional facilities for testing and treatment of patients with COVID-19.COVID-19 negative certification required
Croatia1. Passengers are not allowed to enter.
This does not apply to:
-nationals of Croatia and their family members.
-nationals of Austria, Czechia, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
-nationals of Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland when:
- returning via Croatia to their country of residence; or
- traveling on business with an invitation letter; or
- traveling as tourists with accommodation reservation confirmation.
-passengers with a British passport and their family members, when:
- returning via Croatia to their country of residence; or
- traveling on business with an invitation letter; or
- traveling as tourists with accommodation reservation confirmation.
-passengers with a long-term residence permit issued by Croatia.
-passengers with a long term residence permit or a long term "D" visa issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom when:
- returning via Croatia to their country of residence; or
- traveling on business with an invitation letter; or
- traveling as tourists with accommodation reservation confirmation.
-passengers entering Croatia to transit by land to a third country. They must prove that they can enter the destination country.
2. Passports and national ID cards issued to nationals of Croatia which expired on 11 March 2020 or later are considered valid.

*****International restrictions:
Croatia has lifted mandatory self-isolation and quarantine restrictions for individuals entering Croatia. Instead, individuals 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.

*****Internal Restrictions
In-country public transportation (air, land and rail traffic as well as boats) has resumed. No pass is needed to travel anymore.
All retail stores have reopened, except those in shopping malls. Museums and libraries have also reopened and public transport has restarted. Service industries where close contact with people is unavoidable (such as hairdressers, beauticians) have reopened. Public gatherings of up to ten people are allowed.
Croatia has lifted mandatory self-isolation and quarantine restrictions for individuals entering Croatia. Instead, individuals 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.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
CubaOn June 5, the Cuban Government extended the closure of the airport until at least August 1 (OASC, 08.06.2020)
Cuba has suspended all flights into the country, except for humanitarian aid flights.

International restrictions:
All borders will be closed until further notice. Only Cuban citizens and permanent residents will be permitted entrance and must undergo 14 days of quarantine. Inbound and outbound commercial flights have been suspended.

Internal restrictions:
Local governments have been implementing lockdown measures thus far on a locality-by-locality basis. All public transportation has been suspended until further notice. Nightly curfews remain in effect in Santiago de Cuba from 19.00 and in Consolacion del Sur from 20.00.


Authorities may isolate individuals arriving from COVID-19 high risk countries, or those exhibiting symptoms similar to COVID-19, as well as require screening and evaluation at a local hospital or clinic. Individuals who require quarantine will be transferred to select facilities to complete treatment in isolation for 14 days.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

Visitors and permanent residents, upon arrival in Cuba, will be checked by professionals trained to detect symptoms of COVID-19.
CuraçaoPassengers are not allowed to transit or enter Curacao.
This does not apply to:
– Residents of Curacao approved by the Government of Curacao. These passengers will have to show a verification letter from the Government of Curacao that they are allowed to travel to Curacao. Medical specialist and other medical personnel if authorized by the Government of Curacao. These passengers must have a verification letter from the government of Curacao proving they are allowed to enter Curacao. Persons deemed necessary or specifically approved by the Government of Curacao. These passengers must have a verification letter from the government of Curacao proving they are allowed to enter Curacao. Passengers in transit who remain on board of the same aircraft or do wing to wing transit from one aircraft to another without entering the transit terminal. A minimum of 24 hours prior notice is required.

International restrictions:
Curacao has suspended inbound and outbound commercial flights until 31 May. The following types of personnel are allowed to enter Curacao, if they have a verification letter from the government of Curacao: Curaçao residents approved by the Government of Curaçao. Medical specialists and other medical personnel who are authorized by the Government of Curaçao. Other persons specifically approved by the Government of Curaçao. All inbound passengers will be subject to a mandatory quarantine of 14 days at a location indicated by the minister of health.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
All public transportation has been suspended until further notice.
All inbound passengers will be subject to a mandatory quarantine of 14 days at a location indicated by the minister of health.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known.

The Immigration Authority and the Department of Health will be performing screenings of all arriving passengers.
CyprusGovernment of Cyprus allows flights from Lebanon (The 961, 20.06.2020)
The Republic of Cyprus has reopened its airport for a specific set of countries, distributed under the two categories “A” and “B,” according to each country’s epidemiological data. Cyprus said that travelers arriving from countries under this category will be required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test that has been conducted within 72 hours of travel, or on arrival, if the test is unavailable in the country of departure.
Arrivals from Category A, or low-risk countries, on the other hand, do not need to provide proof of negative test results.

The area administered by Turkish Cypriots ("Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus") has announced that travelers from abroad will be allowed to enter beginning Wednesday, July 1. (OSAC, 16.06.2020)

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Cyprus.
- This does not apply to passengers arriving from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates.
- This does not apply to residents of Cyprus.
- This does not apply to nationals of Cyprus arriving from a country other than Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates if they reside in Cyprus.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Cyprus arriving from a country other than Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates if the national of Cyprus resides in Cyprus.
2. Passengers who have been in a country other than Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter.
- This does not apply to nationals and residents of Cyprus.
- This does not apply to family members of nationals of Cyprus.
3. Passengers must have a Cyprus Flight Pass obtained before departure at https://www.cyprusflightpass.gov.cy .
- Passengers older than 65 years are allowed to present a printed Passenger Locator Form upon arrival.
4. Passengers arriving from Belgium, France, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain or United Arab Emirates must have a medical certificate stating a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.
- Nationals and residents of Cyprus are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test if they do not have this medical certificate.
5. Nationals and residents of Cyprus arriving from a country other than Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test and quarantine.
6. Family members of nationals of Cyprus arriving from a country other than Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Israel, Italy, Jordan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or United Arab Emirates are subject to a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test and quarantine.

*****International restrictions:
The Government of the Republic of Cyprus has announced the gradual easing of restrictions on flights to and from Larnaka and Paphos (to open on 21JUN20) Airports. The plan to reopen the airports has two phases. PHASE 1: Beginning June 9, 2020; PHASE 2: Beginning June 20, 2020; Flights will initially be permitted to arrive from 19 countries which have, in turn, been separated into two categories. The list of countries is evaluated weekly and countries can be added and removed based on the latest data available. Category A: Greece, Malta, Bulgaria, Norway, Austria, Finland, Slovenia, Hungary, Israel, Denmark, Germany, Slovakia, Lithuania. Category B: Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Estonia, and the Czech Republic. During Phase 1, all travelers to the Republic of Cyprus from Category A and B countries must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted within 72 hours prior to departure to be allowed to board the flight. For people traveling from countries in Category A or B where PCR testing is not widely available, compulsory testing will be required upon arrival at Cyprus airports. The traveler will be responsible for the cost of testing (approximately 60 Euros). During Phase 2, which commences on 20 June, only passengers arriving in the Republic of Cyprus from a Category B country will require proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours before departure.

*****Internal restrictions:
All unnecessary movement is banned with certain exceptions. All people must carry identification and proof as to the purpose of their movement. Parks, playgrounds, open-air sport spaces, and public gathering areas will be closed to the public. Curfew restrictions have been partially relaxed from 4 May to 22.00 – 06.00 until 21 May – when all movement restrictions will be lifted. Supermarkets, bakeries, butchers and other retails shops will be closed on Sundays, but are still permitted to conduct deliveries. A maximum of three occupants may be transported by vehicle at once. All public gatherings have
been banned, including private visits to homes. Shops and restaurants will gradually be reopened throughout four stages, the next one will be on 21 May, 9 June, and the last one on 14 June. Details are found here. (In Greek) The fine for those found disobeying the ban on movement has been doubled to €300. The overnight curfew applies to everyone except those who need to be at work during those hours, who will have to carry a confirmation form signed by their employer (Form A). People are only allowed to leave their homes once a day and only if they receive permission after sending a text message to 8998. Only those over 65 will be allowed to fill out the printed form (Form B).

*****Relaxation to restrictions:
Hotels resumed operations from 9 June. All public schools in the Republic of Cyprus reopened on 21 May.

*****TRNC - In the self-declared ‘Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus’ (‘TRNC’), only TRNC ID holders and their spouses and children - regardless of their nationality - are allowed to enter the territory. Within the TRNC a curfew is in effect from 21.00 to 06.00. Individuals are only allowed to leave their residences for essential goods and services. Public sector employees, excluding police, fire department, health, civil aviation, finance and similar services, have been placed on administrative leave. Private sector businesses are closed except essential stores. Pharmacies will only be open between 08.00 and 13.00, though on-call pharmacies will stay open till 01.30.
Cyprus is allowing entry from two sets of countries of origin, according to epidemiological criteria. Please consult the country lists here [https://www.visitcyprus.com/index.php/en/cyprus-covid19-travel-protocol]
As of 20th June, persons travelling from Category A countries face no restrictions; people travelling from Category B countries are required to have a PCR test done at the source country, 72 hours prior to their arrival. Travel from countries which are not present in either of the two categories is allowed only in exceptional cases and after receiving prior approval by the Cyprus government. This is also the case for transit travel via these countries. A full list of pre-requisites (in English) is available here [https://www.pio.gov.cy/coronavirus/pdf/f11en.pdf]
Travellers arriving from category C countries will be subject to 14-day mandatory quarantine.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Travelers arriving from countries under category "B" will be required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test that has been conducted within 72 hours of travel, or on arrival, if the test is unavailable in the country of departure.
CzechiaA total of 17 airlines have already announced their intention to resume direct flights from Vaclav Havel Airport Prague. Specifically, 55 destinations have been listed, 10 of which are already in operation. This week, direct flights to seven other destinations will be resumed, namely to Belgrade, Brussels, Budapest, Kosice, Keflavik, Manchester and Munich. (AviTrader, 16.06.2020)

Passengers are not allowed to enter.
This does not apply:
- nationals of Czechia; and
- British nationals and nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and an EEA Member State residing in Czechia. They must have one of the following documents:
a. a registration certificate of a European Union national issued by Czechia; or
b. a European Health Insurance Card issued by Czechia; or
c. an employment contract with the place of work in Czechia; or
d. a confirmation of study in Czechia; and
- spouses of British nationals and of nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and an EEA Member State residing in Czechia. They must have an original marriage certificate or a copy (or a proof of the registered partnership) and a copy of the residence permit issued by Czechia or a document confirming the residence in Czechia, such as a lease contract or a copy of the Czech national ID card of the resident of Czechia; and
- passengers younger than 21 years who are children of British nationals and of nationals of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City (Holy See) and an EEA Member State residing in Czechia. They must have an original birth certificate or a copy, and a copy of the residence permit of the parent or a document confirming the residence in Czechia, such as a lease contract or a copy of the Czech national ID card of the parent; and
- passengers with a permanent residence permit issued by Czechia; and
- passengers with a temporary residence permit issued by Czechia after 12 March 2020. They must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 4 days before arrival; and
- nationals of Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland residing in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany , Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (excluding the Silesian region), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland; and
- British nationals and nationals of Belgium, Portugal and Sweden residing in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (excluding the Silesian region), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland, with a registration certificate of a European Union national; and
- spouses and children of nationals of Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland residing in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany , Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (excluding the Silesian region), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland; and
- spouses and children of British nationals and of nationals of Belgium, Portugal and Sweden residing in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (excluding the Silesian region), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland, with a registration certificate of a European National; and
- passengers with a long-term residence permit issued by Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland; and
- passengers with a D visa issued by Czechia before 12 March 2020; and
- passengers with a D visa issued by Czechia after 11 May 2020. They must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 4 days before arrival.

*****Internal restrictions:
All individuals outside of their home must cover their mouth and nose with either a prospective medical mask, self-made mask or scarf.

*****Relaxation in restrictions:
Ceske drahy (Czech Rails) has resumed train travel to multiple countries and locations. Passengers are required to wear a face mask and will be subject to border control and quarantine measures.
Shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and pubs with gardens have reopened. All shops and other establishments are due to have reopened by 25 May (although this remains tentative). Gatherings up to 300 people will be allowed from 25 May. On 20 May, national authorities proposed a further easing on border.
The government has lifted the ban on non-essential movements and travel abroad. This only applies to Czech citizens and residents who wish to leave the country; tourism into the country is still not permitted. Upon their return from abroad, they will have to produce a negative certificate for COVID-19 (the test should not be older than four days) or self-quarantine for a 14-day period. No test has to be provided if the stay abroad was less than 72 hours long.

If travelling from and resident in a ‘medium’ or ‘high risk’ country, you will need to provide a negative test result taken in the last four days, or self-isolate for fourteen days. Citizens and residents of EU+ countries with residence on the territory of Czech Republic, cross-border workers and students, may be subject to 14-day self-quarantine instead of providing a negative certificate. The same applies for Czech Republic citizens returning from abroad (apart from Slovakia, Hungary, Austria and Germany).COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

A mandatory 14-day quarantine or negative COVID result is compulsory for most individuals (Czech citizens/EU nationals/other foreigners) returning from abroad.
Dekelia
Democratic People's Republic of KoreaInternational restrictions:
Borders closed for all foreign tourists.
All foreign nationals have been released from a 30-day quarantine.
China-North Korea border (Dandong-Sinuiju border) remains closed indefinitely.

Internal restrictions:
The COVID-19 national emergency has been extended to the end of the year 31/12/2020.
All entries into DPRK are subject to quarantine measures of 30 days in a government designated facility.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Democratic Republic of the CongoCity of Goma will be under confinement for 14 days (OSAC, 20.05.2020)

*****International restrictions:
1. Flights to Congo (Dem. Rep.) are suspended.
- This does not apply to pre-approved repatriation flights.
2. Passengers and airline crew must go through medical screening upon arrival and present a completed Health Sanitary Card provided by Health Authorities.
UNHAS is flying but very reduced and restricted.
All air, land and maritime borders are closed until further notice. Only cargo trucks/planes will be granted access. Should entry be permitted on an exceptional basis, all travellers entering the DRC are to be subject to screening, including temperature checks. Those suspected of having coronavirus will be placed into quarantine, likely in local health centres, for up to 14 days.

*****Internal restrictions:
During the weekend of June 6-7, the decision was made to extend the State of Emergency an additional 15 days.
All domestic passenger flights between Kinshasa and the provinces are suspended. The suspension of international passenger flights remains in effect. All road and river transport between Kinshasa and the provinces are suspended for passenger traffic. Goods transport will continue with control checkpoints at Kinshasa city limits. DRC National Police and military will patrol to ensure the new rules are followed. Schools and universities remain closed, sporting events and gatherings larger than 20 people are banned, bars and restaurants are closed until further notice and non-food stores in Kinshasa were ordered closed. Only five access points with security control remain open to access Gombe district. The wearing of facemasks in public across Kinshasa is mandatory (infractions may be punished with fines).
are closed until further notice. Wearing a facemask when in all public places is compulsory in Lubumbashi. Those who fail to comply with the measure will be subject to a 5000 CFA franc fine. Travellers entering Ituri province have to self quarantine for 14 days. North Kivu province: Passage into and out of Goma and the surrounding Rutshuru territory will be barred for 14 days from 19 May. In addition, a dawnto-dusk curfew will be imposed from 20 May. The restriction will affect domestic flights and boat traffic to/from Bukavu. Only markets selling essential supplies are permitted to stay open and it is compulsory to wear a facemask. Kongo central: it is now compulsory to wear a facemask while using public transport and in public places. South Kivu province: all transport hubs (port and airport) and roads with neighbourhood provinces are closed in order to isolate the regional capital Bukavu until further notice. Only essential movements are allowed. It is mandatory to wear a facemask in Bukavu and the rest of the province. Selfisolation for people at risk (over 60 or with existing health issues) is mandatory in all the provinces. Lualaba province: nightly curfew between 22.00 to 05.00.

*****Relaxation in restrictions
Air traffic has been reopened between North-Kivu province and Ituri, Maniema and Tshopo provinces. A temporary easing of restrictions in Gombe has started with the reopening of supermarkets, grocery stores and bank counters amid sanitarian checkpoints at Gombe district entrances.
Self-quarantine requirement on all travelers arriving in the DRC who have been to COVID'-19 affected countries in the 14 days prior to their arrival in the DRC.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
DenmarkDanish government to reopen borders with European countries from 27 June; Portugal and Sweden excluded (Reuters, 18.06.2020)
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
-This does not apply to:
- nationals and residents of Denmark;
- residents of Germany, Iceland and Norway traveling as tourist with proof of a booked accommodation for at least 6 nights;
- spouse, partner, parent or child of nationals of Denmark residing in Denmark;
- spouse, partner, parent or child of nationals of Denmark not residing in Denmark. They must travel together;
- spouse, partner, parent or child of residents of Denmark;
- passengers returning directly via Denmark to their country of residence.

International restrictions:
Borders are closed at least until 1 June. Citizens, EU nationals with a Danish social security card, and third country nationals with Danish residency permits will still be allowed to enter. Non-residents of other nationalities will need a valid reason to travel to Denmark to be allowed in. Internal border controls with other Schengen area members will remain in place until 12 November. The restrictions do not apply for passengers in transit or with connecting flights, and who can provide/present a valid ticket for their next destination which must be non-domestic. Swedish passengers are allowed to arrive in CPH if they are going straight to Sweden via train or car. The border closures will impact a significant number of train, air and ferry routes. Only transport of goods into Denmark will continue. Only three land ports between Denmark and Germany will remain operational: Frøslev, Kruså and Sæd.

Internal restrictions:
Domestic flights are suspended.
A ban on gatherings of more than ten people remains in place. Large gatherings of 500 people or more will be banned until September. All commercial internal flights are suspended.

Relaxation of restrictions
From 8 June, gatherings with 30-50 participants, cultural activities, indoor sports and other activities shall be authorised.
Danish authorities recommend that anyone coming to Denmark from another country– except for travelers from Germany, Norway, and Iceland – remain home for 14 days after entry into Denmark, including refraining from going to work or school. The Danish authorities have determined that travel from Germany, Norway, and Iceland does not require self-isolation upon return to Denmark, but you should closely monitor your health and stay home if you do not feel well.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
DjiboutiPublic transport will resume as government plans to begin lifting lockdown measures; border restrictions remain in place (France24,11.05.2020)

Djibouti has suspended all flights into the country. UNHAS ops suspended.

International restrictions:
All international travel in and out of Djibouti is suspended, including humanitarian flights, until 1 September. Cargo movements are permitted. Railway and boat travel is also suspended. Land and sea borders are closed until 1 September. Those who arrived in Djibouti in the past 14 days to be tested for COVID-19 and stay home for a period of 14 days.

International restrictions:
All international travel in and out of Djibouti is suspended, including humanitarian flights, until 1 September. Cargo movements are permitted. Railway and boat travel is also suspended. Land and sea borders are closed until 1 September. Those who arrived in Djibouti in the past 14 days to be tested for COVID-19 and stay home for a period of 14 days.

Conditions and internal restrictions:
A lockdown will continue to be eased from 17 May. Under the lockdown all public and private entities are closed for a week and staff must stay at home on paid leave. Essential services are exempt (food markets, pharmacies, banks and gas stations). Internal transport is subject to restrictions, including passenger limitations and additional sanitisation practices. Passengers buses and trains will be limited. Schools, mosques, sport events and bars were also closed prior to the lockdown.
Quarantined cases are currently being held at Bouffard Hospital in Djibouti City. Al Rahma hospital was added as a secondary COVID-19 treatment site supplementing the Arta Regional Hospital in Arta.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
DominicaDominica has suspended all non-repatriation flights. Returning citizens will be placed under a 14-day quarantine. Airline crew is not allowed to disembark.

International restrictions:
Douglas Charles Airport is closed, and borders remain closed to foreign visitors. Dominican nationals will be allowed to return in coordination with other CARICOM countries. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

Internal restrictions:
A nightly curfew is in place from 19.00 to 05.00 on weekdays and a total lockdown during the weekends and holidays until 25 May. Authorities established a hotline number +1 767 448 2151
A 14-day mandatory quarantine is in place.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
Dominican RepublicState of emergency extended to 30 June. (Dominican Today, 12.06.2020)

*****International restrictions:
Flights to Dominican Rep. are suspended.
- This does not apply to repatriation flights.
The Dominican Government has announced a national State of Emergency until 30 June 2020. There is a quarantine requirement for visitors who have been in Europe, China, South Korea or Iran during the previous two weeks.


*****Internal restrictions:
The curfew hours are Monday through Sunday 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Government plans to reopen the economy in four phases, beginning on 20 May. During the first phase, businesses will be allowed to operate with up to 50% of their workforce. State public transport will resume operations from 06.00 to 18.00 at 30% of its passenger capacity. Educational institutions and recreational and leisure facilities will remain closed. Social distancing measures and facemasks are required in public. Details of the remaining phases have yet to be announced.
There is a quarantine requirement for visitors who have been in Europe, China, South Korea or Iran during the previous two weeks.COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known
EcuadorPresident extends state of emergency by 60 days because of COVID-19, until 15 August. (TeleSur, 16.06.2020)

1. Passengers without a PCR test result for Coronavirus (COVID-19) will be tested upon arrival.
2. Passengers are subject to self-quarantine for 14 days.
3. A completed "Declaracion de salud del viajero" and "Formulario migratorio especial" must be presented upon arrival.

*****Outbound restrictions:
There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country, but flight availability is limited.

*****Internal restrictions:
All individuals are required to wear masks in public. From 4 May, provincial authorities will determine the alert level applicable for their region based on a three-tiered system announced by the government: red, yellow and green. Each level entails varying degrees of restrictions and curfews. As of 4 May, all areas of the country are under the ‘red’ level alert. This entails a daily quarantine from 14.00 to 05.00. Non-essential businesses may resume limited operations; these must remain closed to in-person customers and may only fulfill online and telephone orders by delivery. Taxis may now operate until 22.00. All persons are required to use facemasks when in public until further notice. Persons over 60 years old or with underlying medical conditions are required to self-isolate until 31 May. Private car traffic is permitted on certain days according to license plate;
prohibited during weekends. Public gatherings and events are suspended.

*****Relaxation of restrictions:
As of 4 May, the Government introduced a new phase of “social distancing” to loosen up restrictions progressively according to the situation in each location. The system has three levels: red, amber and green. The Government announced changes to the measured under each level starting 1 June.
Each municipal government is responsible for determining whether they move from one stage to the next. You can find an interactive map showing the colour of each city through this online tool (please cope and paste link into your browser):https://srvportal.gestionderiesgos.gob.ec/portal/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=5ecd2baea7024774b72765fb764d3690. Municipalities can implement additional measures to those stated below.
Several municipalities have now moved to the “amber” level. Guayaquil began this phase on 20 May, and Quito on 3 June.

Red:
Municipalities in “red” will apply the following measures:
Curfew restricting all movement from 6pm to 5am
Transactions to buy food and other products are authorised to be carried online, through telephone and by home delivery, from 7am to 10pm
Medical attentions are authorised with an appointment.
Taxis are authorised to operate from 5am to 10pm
Remote working is still in force, except for essential sectors
Private cars can only circulate twice a week. Circulation of private vehicles applies as follows:
Monday: licence plates ending in 1, 2, 3 and 7.
Tuesday: licence plates ending in 3, 4, 5 and 8.
Wednesday: licence plates ending in 4, 5, 6 and 9.
Thursday: licence plates ending in 6, 7, 8 and 0.
Friday: licence plates ending in 2, 9, and 0.
No private car is allowed to circulate on Saturdays and Sundays.

Amber:
Municipalities in “amber” will apply the following measures:
Curfew restricting all movement applies from 9pm to 5am
Public and private institutions, that are not deemed essential sectors, will be allowed to operate to 50% of their total capacity and can implement shifts to avoid crowding. Remote working will remain the default.
All businesses and institutions must have a COVID19 prevention protocol in place to prevent spread in clients and staff
Shops are allowed to operate to 30% of their total capacity
Doctors (in all fields) are allowed to receive patients with an appointment
Urban and close range transport is authorised, with buses operating up to 30% of their total capacity
Private cars will be able to circulate as follows:
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: licence plates ending in odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9).
Tues