Restrictions by countries intended to stop spread of disease

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries and regions have imposed quarantines, entry bans, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travelers to the most affected areas.[1] Other countries and regions have imposed global restrictions that apply to all foreign countries and territories, or prevent their own citizens from travelling overseas.[2]

Travel restrictions have reduced the spread of the virus, but because they were first implemented after community spread was established in multiple countries in different regions of the world, they produced only a modest reduction in the total number of people infected. Travel restrictions may be most important at the start and end of the pandemic.

The travel restrictions have caused economic harm to the tourism industry through lost income and social harm to people who were unable travel for family or other reasons. When the travel bans are lifted, many people are expected to resume traveling. However, some travel, especially business travel, may be decreased long-term as lower cost alternatives, such as teleconferencing and virtual events, are preferred.

Effectiveness[edit]

A study in Science found that travel restrictions could delay the initial arrival of COVID-19 in a country, but that they produced only modest overall effects unless combined with infection prevention and control measures to considerably reduce transmissions.[3] (This is consistent with prior research on influenza and other communicable diseases.[4][5]) Travel bans may be most effective for isolated locations, such as small island nations.[5]

Researchers came to the conclusion that “travel restrictions are most useful in the early and late phase of an epidemic” and “restrictions of travel from Wuhan unfortunately came too late”.[6]

Effects[edit]

Together with a decreased willingness to travel, the restrictions have had a negative economic and social impact on the travel sector in those regions.

A possible long-term impact has been a decline of business travel and international conferencing, and the rise of their virtual, online equivalents.[7] Concerns have been raised over the effectiveness of travel restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19.[8]

Countries and territories implementing a global travel ban[edit]

A quarter of all countries (50) currently have a ban.

Africa[edit]

  • Algeria: All international flights to Algeria are suspended.[9] Sea travel with Europe has also been suspended.[10]
  • The Gambia: Closed its sole land border with Senegal, and closed its airspace to most flights.[11]
  • Madagascar: Madagascar has suspended all flights with the exception of medical evacuations, repatriations outside of the country, and cargo shipments.[12]
  • Mali: On 18 March 2020, President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita suspended flights from affected countries, closed schools, and banned large public gatherings.[13]
  • Mauritius: Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Mauritius.[14]
  • Morocco: On 15 March 2020, Morocco suspended all international passenger flights to and from the country.[15]
  • Sudan: Effective 17 March 2020, Sudan declared a state of emergency and closed all airports and land borders.[16]

Americas[edit]

  • Canada: Borders are closed to all travellers who are not citizens, permanent residents or U.S. citizens. Exceptions are placed for diplomats, crew and immediate family members of citizens with clearing a basic health assessment by air operators.[17] The U.S. and Canada later agreed to close the Canada–United States border to non-essential traffic.[18] Effective midnight 25 March 2020, the Canadian government announced an Emergency Order under the Quarantine Act that requires any person entering Canada by air, sea or land to self-isolate for 14 days whether or not they have symptoms of COVID-19.[19] Within the country itself, an Atlantic Bubble was created, restricting open travel between certain provinces.[20] As of 6 January 2021, all air passengers ages five and older must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter Canada.[21]
  • Montserrat: Passengers are not allowed to enter Montserrat. International borders remain closed.[22]
  • Suriname: Closed its borders for all persons and flights starting 14 March.[23]
  • Trinidad and Tobago: On 12:00 23 March 2020, Trinidad and Tobago closed its borders to Everyone. Exemptions are now being processed for Trinidad & Tobago Citizens and Permanent residents Only,[24] International borders in Trinidad and Tobago will remain closed at least until 30 April 2021.[25]
  • Uruguay: Borders closed to non-residents, effective 1 April 2020.[26]
  • Venezuela: Borders closed to non-residents, effective 10 April 2020.[27] This excludes humanitarian, medevac, and repatriation flights.[28]

Asia[edit]

  • Azerbaijan: Effective 23 March 2020, passengers are not allowed to enter Azerbaijan except passengers with a work permit and passengers with a special permission issued by the government of Azerbaijan.[29]
  • Bhutan: Effective 24 March 2020, all foreigners are not allowed to enter Bhutan on all border checkpoints.[30]
  • Brunei: Effective 24 March 2020, all foreigners are not allowed to enter Brunei on all border checkpoints, including those on transit purposes.[31][32]
  • Cambodia: Foreign nationals are not allowed to enter Cambodia.[33]
  • India: Flights to India are suspended from 00:01 GMT 22 March 2020 until further notice.[34][35] This does not apply to flights that carry goods for trade or essential goods and supplies, and their crew members, helpers, cleaners, etc.
  • Indonesia: Effective 1 April 2020, all foreigners (except residents, family connection, medical personnel, and people responsible for transport of goods) are not allowed to enter Indonesia on all border checkpoints, including those on transit purposes.[36]
  • Iran: Closed its borders to all non-residents, the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has halted permits for all Tourist, Business, and Medical Visas.[37]
  • Israel: Effective 12 March 2020, foreign travellers from any country are denied entry, unless a specific permit is given by the Foreign Ministry and the person can prove the ability to remain under home isolation for 14 days. Israeli citizens and permanent residents are required to enter 14-day home isolation.[38]
  • Japan: The host country of the 2020 Summer Olympics, effective 28 December 2020, Japan closed its borders to all non-residents. Additionally, foreign spectators are not permitted to enter Japan during the Olympics.[39][40]
  • Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan has restricted the entry of most foreign nationals. Commercial flights to Kazakhstan are resumed with limited capacity. As of October 10, 2020, Kazakhstan has suspended visa-free entry to all foreign nationals. Certain foreign nationals in possession of a valid visa, however, are allowed to enter Kazakhstan, amongst them: students attending higher education institutions in Kazakhstan, permanent residents, crews, immediate family members of citizens or permanent residents of Kazakhstan, certain medical personnel, and foreign diplomats. Citizens of Kazakhstan are allowed to enter without restrictions, but are allowed to leave only to designated countries. Negative result of a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival to the border inspection checkpoint of Kazakhstan is required for all passengers travelling to Kazakhstan, including citizens of Kazakhstan. Airlines operating flights to Kazakhstan are advised to deny boarding to passengers without a negative PCR test result taken 72 hours in advance at the point of first embarkation (this does not apply to citizens of Kazakhstan). Citizens of Kazakhstan arriving without a proof of negative PCR test are subject to quarantine at a government-approved institution, foreign nationals are subject to same-day deportation.[41]
  • Kuwait: Effective 13 March 2020, Kuwait closed its borders to all non-residents. All flights to Kuwait were suspended.[42]
  • Laos: Closed its borders to all non-residents. All flights to Laos and visa applications were suspended.[43]
  • Malaysia: All citizens are prohibited from leaving the country while foreigners are prohibited from entering the country effective 18 March 2020. Malaysians are allowed to return to the country. Airports and airspace remain open.[44]
  • Mongolia: Effective 12 March 2020, non-citizens are prohibited to enter.[45] As of 21 August, a total entry ban is in place.[46]
  • Myanmar: Closed its borders to all non-residents. All flights to Myanmar and visa applications were suspended.[47]
  • North Korea Closed its borders to all international tourists on 21 January 2020, one of the first countries to do so. Chinese visitors make up the bulk of foreign tourists to North Korea.[48] Also tightened/closed their border with mainland China.[49]
  • Palestine: Tourist ban of West Bank from 5 March 2020 for 14 days.[50]
  • Philippines: Visa issuance and visa-free entry for all foreign nationals are temporarily suspended as of 19 March 2020.[51] As of 22 March, all foreign visitors are barred from entry, with exceptions for foreign spouses and children of Filipino citizens, diplomatic officials, and workers for international organizations.[52][53] Foreigners with long term visas will be allowed entry with restriction starting 1 August.[54]
  • Qatar: On 15 March, Qatar said it would ban inbound flights, except for cargo and transit flights, starting from 18 March. The entry ban does not apply to Qatari citizens. Nationals of Qatar are not allowed to exit the country.[citation needed]
  • Saudi Arabia: All international flights suspended, except in exceptional cases, for a period of two weeks, as of 15 March 2020.[55] The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently issued a statement announcing that all religious visits (Umrah) to the sacred Muslim sites of Mecca and Medina have to be cancelled or postponed for the time being.
  • Singapore: All foreigners are prohibited entry and transit starting from 11:59 23 March.[56] Travel is possible from any country, providing that you are a citizen of Singapore, a holder of a work pass or student pass, a permanent resident of Singapore or a family member of a Singaporean citizen.[57] All travellers to Singapore, including Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents need to take COVID-19 PCR test on arrival from 25 January 2021.[58]
  • Taiwan: Effective 19 March, non-citizens are prohibited to enter unless specifically approved.[59]
  • Tajikistan: Flights to and from the country have been suspended since 20 March 2020. On 12 April, Tajik authorities announced a ban on the entry and exit of all foreign nationals.[60][61]
  • Thailand: Effective 26 March 2020, all non-residents are prohibited to enter Thailand, except airline crew with pre-existing schedules, diplomats and their family members, passengers with a work permit and passengers with a waiver from PM or PIC of State of Emergency.[62] All passengers arriving from outside Thailand are subject to a 14-day home quarantine.[63]
  • Timor-Leste: Timor-Leste has restricted the entry of all travelers except for nationals and residents of Timor-Leste.[64]
  • Turkmenistan: Starting 20 March 2020, the national border of Turkmenistan is restricted to foreign citizens and stateless persons. If necessary, during the specified period, the following categories of persons can enter the territory of Turkmenistan in accordance with applicable norms and rules: diplomats of foreign countries, representatives of international organizations, crews of aircraft and ships, freight transport drivers engaged in international transit transport, members of work crews on railway ways and foreign representatives working at business facilities; located in the territory of Turkmenistan.[65]
  • Vietnam: Effective 22 March 2020, entry of all foreigners is suspended until further notice. Temporary suspension of entry will also be applied to all overseas Vietnamese and their spouses and children who have been granted with certificate of visa exemption.[66]
  • Yemen: On 17 March 2020, Yemen suspended all flights and closed land crossings.[67]

Europe[edit]

  • Isle of Man: The Isle of Man closed its borders for all incoming transport on 25 March 2020.[68] As of October 2020, the country borders remain closed for foreigners.[69]
  • European Union/Schengen Area:
    • Czech Republic: As of 30 January 2021, the Czech Republic closed its borders for foreigners, non-essential travel into the country is banned, although borders remain open.[70]
    • Hungary: Hungary closed its borders again for foreigners from 1 September and only Hungarian citizens and permanent residents from the EEA are allowed to enter.[71]

Oceania[edit]

  • Marshall Islands: Passengers were not allowed to enter Marshall Islands until 5 May 2020.[72]
  • New Caledonia: Passengers except parents of a French minor and spouses of a national of France are not allowed to enter New Caledonia.[73]
  • Fiji: Borders closed to all non-citizens.[74]
  • French Polynesia: As of 3 February 2021, borders of French Polynesia are closed once again.[75]
  • Tuvalu: Tuvalu’s borders are closed.[76]
  • Vanuatu: Vanuatu ports of entry are closed from 20 March 2020.[77]

Non-global restrictions[edit]

Just under a quarter of all countries (43) have implemented measures that affect citizens of, or recent travellers to, a particular country or set of countries. Many of these countries later expanded their restrictions, with some later implementing global restrictions that may be listed above.

Africa[edit]

  • Seychelles: As of 1 June, the Seychelles have reopened to tourists from 19 countries. As of 24 November, the country have reopened to tourists from 42 countries. All travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 test.[78]

Americas[edit]

A nearly empty flight from Beijing to Los Angeles in March 2020. By that time, most people other than US citizens and residents were prohibited from going to the United States from China.
  • Argentina: Borders closed to non-residents, effective 15 March 2020.[79] As of 30 October 2020, residents of Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Boliva and Uruguay can enter Argentina by air and sea for the purposes of tourism.[80]
  • Aruba: As of 1 July 2020, Aruba has reopen borders for citizens of the Caribbean, Europe, United States and Canada.[81]
  • Guadeloupe: As of 1 July 2020, all nations are permitted to enter Guadeloupe for tourism with the exception of: USA, Brazil, India, Israel, Russia, and Turkmenistan.[82]
  • Peru: After a 7-month lockdown, Peru has reopened its international borders for tourism to Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, and Uruguay from October 5.[83]
  • United States: On 31 January 2020, the United States declared the virus a public health emergency. People other than U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and their immediate family were prohibited from entering the U.S. within 14 days of being in China.[84][85] On 2 February, all inbound passengers who had been to Hubei in the previous 14 days were placed under quarantine for up to 14 days. American citizens who have traveled to the rest of mainland China were allowed to continue their travel home if they were asymptomatic, but would be monitored by local health departments.[86] From 2 March, foreign nationals who have traveled to Iran within the past 14 days were denied permission to enter the U.S.[87] American citizens and permanent residents returning to the United States who had travelled to Iran within the previous 14 days had to enter through an approved airport.[87][33] On 13 March at 23:59 ET, incoming travel from the Schengen area in Europe was suspended.[88] The official proclamation on 11 March stated that this restriction applied only to foreign nationals traveling to the United States, if they have been to a country within the Schengen area in the past 14 days. The ban does not apply to, for example, legal permanent residents and most immediate family members of U.S. citizens.[88] Also, cargo and trading goods were not affected.[89][90] On 14 March, the Trump administration extended the ban to include the United Kingdom and Ireland.[91] The restrictions were put in place for a period of 30 days,[92] however the official proclamation did not contain that time limit, stating; “This proclamation shall remain in effect until terminated by the President.”[88] Effective 29 May, foreigners coming from Brazil were restricted from entering the US.[93] Overall, The United States has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals who have visited Brazil, China, Iran, the Schengen Area, Ireland, or the United Kingdom in the past 14 days. On 6 August the U.S. Department of State lifted a Level 4 Global health travel advisory issued on 19 March which advised all American Citizens to avoid all international travel.[94][95] As of 26 January 2021, all air passengers ages two and older must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the United States.[96] With effect from 26 January 2021, the US has re-instated travel restrictions for all immigrants and non-immigrants, who visited the Schengen Area, the Federative Republic of Brazil, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and South Africa, 14-days before their attempted entry into the US.[97]

Asia[edit]

  • China: Effective 5 August 2020, South Korea became the first and only country China has lifted entry restriction since refusing entry to non-Chinese citizens since 28 March.[98] During the entry ban, all visas and resident permits issued before and valid on 28 March could not be used for entry into China and new visas would only be issued for a limited scope of applicants. Permanent residence permits were not affected from the entry restriction.[99] Visa applications from South Korean students and workers are currently accepted and South Koreans with a valid residence permit for China are also allowed to apply for re-entry.[100] On 10 August 2020, the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Denmark announcing that people of 36 European countries, namely Italy, Albania, Ireland, Estonia, Austria, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Belgium, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland, Denmark, Germany, France, Finland, Netherlands, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Serbia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Greece, Hungary, and the United Kingdom can apply for a Chinese visa free of charge if their Chinese residence permit is still valid.[101] Other Chinese Embassies in European countries have made similar announcements the day after, such as the Embassy of China in Berlin, Paris and Rome.[102][103][104]
  • Hong Kong: Closed its borders to all non-residents on 24 March 2020.[105] Non-Hong Kong residents arriving from mainland China, Macau and Taiwan who have not been in any overseas countries/territories in the past 14 days are exempted from the ban, but they are still subject to compulsory quarantine for 14 days same as all other arrivals to Hong Kong.[106][107] Since Chinese tourists are only allowed to stay in Hong Kong with a valid visa for maximum 7 days, they are also banned from entering the territory. Effective 25 March 2020, all persons arriving in Hong Kong, regardless of whether they are Hong Kong residents, are subject to compulsory quarantine.[108] As of 25 December 2020, compulsory quarantine at designated hotels had been extended to 21 days, from 14 days. Residents and non-residents are not allowed to return if they have stayed in the UK or South Africa in past 21 days.[109]
  • Macau: Entry denied to all travellers except residents of mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan.[110] As of 21 November 2020, people visiting Macau from most locations – except those coming from the mainland or Taiwan – will be required to undergo a 21-day medical observation upon arrival versus the previously mandated 14 days. As of 23 December 2020, residents from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan who have been to any country or region outside Greater China to not be allowed entry in the city.[111]
  • South Korea Effective 1 April 2020, all passengers were subject to mandatory self-quarantine for 14 days. This did not apply to airline crew.[112] Effective 13 April, citizens of countries that restricted visa-free travel for South Koreans would not be allowed visa-free travel in South Korea.[113] Visas issued on or before 5 April are invalidated.[114] South Korea had restricted the entry of all travelers who have been in the Hubei Province of China in the past 14 days. Chinese nationals with passports issued in the Hubei Province were also not allowed to enter the country.
  • Uzbekistan: Uzbekistan has resumed international flights for certain categories of travelers from countries deemed to have a stable epidemiological situation. The complete list of countries includes the EU, Japan, South Korea, China, Israel, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia and CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Tajikistan). Quarantine rules apply differently depending on which country the traveler is arriving from: Japan, South Korea, China and Israel: No quarantine required. European Union, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore: 14-day self-quarantine at home. UAE, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia and CIS countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan): Government quarantine[115]

Europe[edit]

Early in the pandemic, the European Union rejected the idea of suspending the Schengen free travel zone and introducing border controls with Italy,[116] a decision which has been criticised by some European politicians.[117][118] After some EU member states announced complete closure of their national borders to foreign nationals in March 2020,[119] the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that “Certain controls may be justified, but general travel bans are not seen as being the most effective by the World Health Organization.”[120] A few days later the EU closed its external borders.[121]

The European Council agreed on 17 March 2020 to ban incoming travel other than citizens from countries in the European Union, European Economic Area, Switzerland and United Kingdom, long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits, family members of EU and EEA citizens, medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods for 30 days.[121][122][123] Each country has to implement the decision on the national level. Ireland choose to opt out from the decision due to the Common Travel Area. The agreement was to close borders for 30 days starting at noon on 17 March, though enforcement did not begin immediately as planned.[124] By the end of March, all EU member states (except Ireland) and all associated Schengen states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) had introduced the travel restriction.[125] The restriction was later repeatedly prolonged until 30 June.[126][127][128] Some member states went even further and also prohibited EU and EEA citizens from entering, unless they are permanently living in the country or transiting to their home country, which is generally still possible. On 1 July 2020, global travel ban was replaced by non-global.[129] The EU Council recommends a gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on travel into the EU (including Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) from 1 July 2020. The European Council has adopted a Recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU on 30 June. Travel restrictions were lifted for countries listed in the recommendation. The list is updated, in principle, every two weeks. Several countries (Algeria, Canada, Georgia, Jordan, Morocco, Montenegro, Serbia, Tunisia and Uruguay) have been removed from the EU designated COVID-19 safe countries list since it was introduced on 30 June 2020, and no new country was ever added to that list. As of 16 December 2020, the Safe Countries list includes Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.[130] Traveling citizens from China will be allowed entry based on the re-opening of its borders to European travelers.[131] British nationals are no longer considered EU citizens starting 1 January 2021 and are subject to each member state’s travel restriction on non-EU nationals. For the purpose of the recommendation should residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican also be considered as EU residents. The recommendation is not a legally binding instrument and the member states are responsible for implementing it.[129]

On January 28, 2021, the European Union has reinstated a travel ban from Japan due to an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases. Hence, Japan is no longer a part of the EU’s safe countries list.[132] The following countries are listed as safe countries amidst the pandemic – Australia, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, New Zealand and Thailand. The European Council has suggested member states to gradually remove restrictions for China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity.[133]

  • Countries in the European Union/Schengen Area:
    • Austria: Entry from EU/EEA countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed without PCR test or mandatory quarantine, only if the traveler can prove that he was in only one of those countries in the past 10 days. Entry from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Uruguay is also allowed on condition that the traveler can prove he has been in only one of those countries in the past 10 days, with no restrictions.[134] There are restrictions for arrivals coming from parts of Croatia, France, Portugal, Spain, Bulgaria and Romania. In this case, travellers should either self-isolate for 10 days – at their own expenses – or present a negative PCR test which is not older than 72 hours.[135]
    • Belgium: Entry from all EU and Schengen countries and the Safe Countries designated by European Council is allowed with no restrictions.[136] If travelers visit certain parts of several countries in Europe, they must quarantine or take a COVID-19 test upon returning to Belgium. These include areas of Bulgaria, Cyprus, certain regions in Germany, several French departments, Greece, several areas in Croatia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, some provinces in the Netherlands, large swathes of Spain and the United Kingdom, among others.[135]
    • Bulgaria: Bulgaria opened its borders on 1 June 2020 to EU countries, the UK, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco, Vatican, Serbia and North Macedonia citizens. Travellers from Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Ukraine are allowed in too with no need to present a negative COVID-19 test.[135]
    • Croatia: Entry from EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions.[135]
    • Cyprus: As of 6 June 2020, Cyprus is officially open for tourism. Authorities have created three categories based on countries’ epidemiological situation, which detail if passengers from these destinations are allowed to enter and under what conditions.[135]
    • Denmark: Non-essential travel from most EU countries is banned. Additionally, non-citizens with clear symptoms cannot enter Denmark.[137]
    • Estonia: Entry from EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions.[135]
    • Faroe Islands: Faroe Islands allows travelers to enter from countries defined as “open” by Denmark. The Danish Government has announced that countries other than EU Member States, Schengen countries and the United Kingdom are currently by definition banned countries. All people travelling to the Faroe Islands must be tested for COVID-19. This requirement also applies to Faroese citizens and residents who have been travelling abroad.[138]
    • Finland: As of 12 October 2020, non-essential travel from all EU/Schengen countries is banned.[139]
    • France: Travellers from EU member states as well as Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, the Holy See, Iceland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, the United Kingdom and Uruguay have been allowed to visit the county since June 15 without a health certificate or any form of quarantine upon arrival.[135]
    • Germany: Entry from most of EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions. Travellers from some EU countries are required to have negative COVID-19 test.[135]
    • Greece: Entry from EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions.[135]
    • Greenland: Greenland allows travelers to enter from countries defined as “open” by Denmark. They must have a COVID-19 test taken in a Nordic country in the 5 days before travel. All travellers upon arrival in Greenland must go into 14 days quarantine.[140]
    • Iceland Iceland allowed tourists to arrive from 15 June 2020, however, COVID-19 tests is mandatory.[141] Iceland has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals of EEA Member States, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City, or the United Kingdom. Iceland allows Foreign citizens that are verifiably residents in and traveling from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea or Thailand.[142]
    • Italy: Borders in Italy opened 3 June 2020 to citizens from the EU, UK, Schengen area, Andorra, Vatican City, San Marino and Monaco, following a nationwide lockdown which came into force on March 9.[135] On 3 December 2020, a new Decree by the Prime Minister (DPCM) was approved, which contains provisions for the national territory and for travel to/from abroad. These provisions will be in force from 4 December 2020, to 15 January 2021. Travelers from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Republic of Korea, Singapore and Thailand are allowed to enter.[143]
    • Latvia: Entry from most of EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions. Travellers from some EU countries are required to have negative COVID-19 test. Since 10 October 2020, Latvia has introduced a ten-day quarantine from travellers from high-risk countries.[135]
    • Lithuania: Entry from EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions.[135]
    • Malta: Entry from EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions.[135]
    • Norway: “Travellers from EEA/Schengen countries with acceptable levels of infection” have been able to visit the country since 15 July 2020. Norway currently has a 10-day quarantine (at a designated quarantine hotel for non-residents) for those returning from international travel.[135]
    • Poland: Borders reopened for EU nationals on 13 June 2020 with no quarantine condition, and some international flights from within the bloc have restarted.[135]
    • Portugal: Nationals of EU countries, Schengen area and passengers on flights from the UK, Brazil, the Community of Portuguese Language Countries, the US, Canada, Venezuela and South Africa are allowed in the country.[135]
    • Romania: People coming from EU countries as well as Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein may enter but they must self-isolate for 14 days if the incidence rate in their country of origin is greater than the one in Romania.[135]
    • Slovakia: Entry from most of EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions. Travellers from some EU countries are required to have negative COVID-19 test. Anyone entering from a country with high levels of COVID-19 will have to quarantine for 14 days.[135]
    • Slovenia: Entry from most of EU countries (including UK, Vatican City, Andorra, Monaco, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and San Marino) is allowed with no restrictions. Travellers from some EU countries are required to have negative COVID-19 test. Anyone entering from a country with high levels of COVID-19 will have to quarantine for 14 days.[135]
    • Spain: Spain reopened its borders to EU member states, Schengen area countries and the UK on 21 June. None of these travellers have to self-isolate.[135]
    • Sweden: Beginning 19 March 2020, there is an entry ban which applies to all foreign citizens attempting to enter Sweden from all countries except those in the EEA, the UK and Switzerland.[144]
    • Switzerland: Switzerland reopened borders to all EU countries, the UK, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein on 15 June 2020.[135]
  • Other European countries:
    • Moldova: As of 1 September, Moldova open the border for citizens of 53 countries.[145]
    • Russia: As of 23 September, Russia has reopened its borders to nationals and residents of 22 countries, allowing tourists to visit. All passengers from approved countries must have a negative PCR test, taken no longer than 72 hours before arrival.[146]
    • United Kingdom: All incoming passengers must complete a passenger locator form in advance, including their departure country and UK address. They also have to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours before travelling, to be allowed entry. Travellers must then self-isolate for 10 days.[147] There are currently travel bans on 33 countries “where the risk of a new variant is greatest”. Under its 33 ‘red list countries’, the UK has banned all direct flights from the UAE due to rising concerns over the spread of a South African Covid-19 variant. Those arriving from the UAE in the previous 10 days will not be allowed to enter the UK. This has been done after the UAE’s permitted entry of rich social media influencers who increased risk of virus spread.[148] Only UK nationals and people with residency rights coming via UAE can enter the UK indirectly. They have to self-isolate in government approved hotels for 10 days. Failure to do so will imply a fine up to £10,000 or a prison sentence up to 10 years.[149]

Oceania[edit]

  • Australia: Since 16 October 2020, all arrivals from New Zealand regardless of citizenship can enter any Australian state or territory, excluding Western Australia, without having to undergo mandatory quarantine (provided they have been in New Zealand for at least 14 days).[150][151][152] This arrangement was temporarily suspended from 25–31 January and since 15 February 2021, due to community transmission in New Zealand.[153][154] However any person – regardless of citizenship or residency status – travelling to Australia from any other international destination will be required to undergo a compulsory 14-day quarantine, beginning from their date of arrival. The regulations, effective from 16 March 2020, also ban cruise ships arriving from international waters from docking at any Australian port.[155] Nationals of Australia are not allowed to exit the country, unless exceptional circumstances existed. According to Josh Frydenberg, the Treasurer of Australia, Australia’s international borders will likely remain closed until late 2021.[156]
  • New Zealand: Since 21 January 2021, all arrivals from the Cook Islands can enter New Zealand, without having to undergo mandatory quarantine (provided they have been in Cook Islands for at least 14 days). However since 23:59 on 19 March 2020, borders are closed to all other non-citizens and non-residents including the previously exempt Pacific Islands or temporary visa holders (such as students).[157][158] Beginning 15 March, any person entering New Zealand from overseas, including New Zealand citizens, are required to undergo mandatory Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ), for 14 days following entry. For arrivals resulting in stays in NZ intended to exceed 90 days, MIQ is Government Funded. Shorter travel periods incur a $3,000 MIQ fee. All cruise ships are banned.[159]

Countries and territories without entry restrictions[edit]

Nearly half of all countries (80) have no restrictions.

Africa[edit]

  • Benin: Benin has resumed most transportation options (including airport operations) and business operations (including day cares and schools), although land borders remain closed to most travelers.[160]
  • Botswana: As of 1 December 2020, all countries are welcome in Botswana under regular visa laws, all passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arrival.[161]
  • Cape Verde: As of 12 October 2020, Cape Verde is officially open for tourism. All travelers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival.[citation needed]
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: As of 15 August 2020, The Democratic Republic of the Congo has resumed commercial flights. All travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 test.
  • Djibouti: As of 18 July 2020, Djiboutian air, sea and land borders have reopened.[162]
  • Egypt: As of 1 July 2020, Egypt is officially open for tourism.[163] As of 15 August, all passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arrival.[164]
  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia has reopened the airport for international arrivals. Passengers will need to bring a negative PCR test taken within 5 days of arrival. They are also required to self-isolate at home for 14 days.[33][165][166]
  • Ghana: As of 1 September 2020, Ghana is officially open for tourism, all new arrivals must take a coronavirus test 72 hours prior to arrival.[167]
  • Kenya: As of 1 August 2020, Kenya has opened its international airports to regular air traffic. All arriving passengers on international flights whose body temperature is NOT above 37.5 °C (99.5 °F); do NOT have a persistent cough, difficulty in breathing or other flu-like symptoms; have negative PCR based COVID – 19 test carried out within 96 hours before travel and are from countries considered low to medium risk COVID – 19 transmission areas would be exempt from quarantine.[168][169]
  • Liberia: As of 29 June 2020, Liberia has opened its international airport to regular air traffic.[170]
  • Namibia: As of 1 September 2020, Namibia has reopen its international airport to regular air traffic.[171]
  • Nigeria: As of 5 September 2020, Nigeria has reopen its international airports to regular air traffic. All countries can once again enter Nigeria under normal visa rules.[172][173]
  • Republic of the Congo: As of August 24, The Republic of Congo reopened its international airports and international passenger flights have resumed. Travelers entering the Republic of Congo must present a negative COVID-19 test from within 72 hours of departure upon arrival.[174]
  • Rwanda: As of 1 August 2020, Rwanda has opened its international airport to regular air traffic.[175]
  • Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone reopened for tourism on 22 July 2020.[176]
  • South Africa: As of 1 October 2020, South Africa is officially open for tourism, all new arrivals not in possession of a negative PCR test, or older than 72 hours will be required to test on arrival.[177]
  • Tanzania: Tanzania has not implemented any entry restrictions.[178]
  • Togo: As of 1 August 2020, Togo reopened its international airport and international passenger flights have resumed. Travelers entering Togo must present a negative COVID-19 test.[179]
  • Tunisia: As of 16 November 2020, all countries are welcome in Tunisia under regular visa laws, all passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arrival.[180]
  • Uganda: Uganda reopened for tourism on 1 October 2020.[181]
  • Zambia: As of 26 June 2020, Zambia has opened its international airports to regular air traffic. Non-residents entering Zambia must show a negative COVID-19 test result from within the past 14 days.[182]
  • Zimbabwe: As of 1 October 2020, Zimbabwe is officially open for tourism. All arrivals, regardless if they are nationals returning home or foreign tourists, will need to bring a negative PCR test with them, taken no longer than 48 hours before the time of flight departure.[183]

Americas[edit]

  • Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua and Barbuda has officially reopened to international visitors on 4 June 2020. A negative COVID-19 test is not required in order to enter Antigua and Barbuda, testing will be done upon arrival to all incoming passengers. There is no quarantine required upon arrival.[184]
  • Bahamas: As of 1 July 2020, The Bahamas is officially open for tourism. All travelers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR tes, The test result can not be older than 7 days prior to the date of arrival.[185][186]
  • Barbados: Barbados does not have any entry restrictions. On arrival in Barbados, travelers are required to present evidence of a negative result of a PCR COVID-19 test. If an arriving passenger, does not have a negative test within 72 hours, they will need to get a test at the airport, and then quarantine for up to two days at their own expense until test results come in. If a passenger tests positive, will be put into isolation.[187]
  • Belize: As of 1 October 2020, Belize is officially open for tourism. All passengers, of all nationalities, who meet immigration rules are permitted entry to Belize.[188]
  • Bermuda: As of 1 July 2020, Bermuda has opened its international airport to regular air traffic. All tourists are charged a US$75 fee to cover COVID-19 tests on arrival.[189]
  • Bolivia: As of 12 October, Bolivia has reopened its borders to all countries for tourism. Travelers are required to present a negative PCR test result.[190]
  • Brazil: As of 29 July 2020, Brazil is officially open for tourism.[191]
  • British Virgin Islands: British Virgin Islands have officially reopen to international tourism in December 2020. All arriving visitors are required to quarantine for four days at their hotel, resort, villa or docked vessel.[192]
  • Chile: As of 23 November 2020, Chile is officially open for tourism. Incoming passengers are required to show a negative PCR coronavirus test no more than three days old.[193]
  • Colombia: As of 19 September 2020, Colombia has opened its international airports to regular air traffic. Travelers are required to present a negative PCR test result issued within 96 hours prior to departure.[194]
  • Costa Rica: As of 1 November 2020, all nations are welcome under ‘normal/pre-covid’ visa requirements and PCR testing is no longer required for tourists entering the country.[195]
  • Cuba: As of 15 November 2020, travelers from all countries are permitted to visit Cuba under regular visa requirements. Tourists arriving into Cuba will be tested for COVID-19 at the airport. After the test is taken, the traveler will quarantine at their hotel for a maximum for 24 hours for test results. If the test is negative, the traveler can enjoy their vacation.[196][197]
  • Dominica: As of 7 August 2020, Dominica is officially open for tourism, but all new arrivals must take a coronavirus test 24–72 hours prior to arrival hours before they travel.[198]
  • Dominican Republic: As of 8 July 2020, Dominican Republic is officially open for tourism.[199]
  • Ecuador: As of 1 June 2020, Ecuador has opened its international airport to regular air traffic.[200]
  • El Salvador: As of 19 September 2020, El Salvador’s airports resumed commercial flights. Incoming passengers are required to show a negative PCR coronavirus test no more than three days old.[201]
  • Grenada: As of 1 August 2020, Grenada is officially open for tourism. There are different requirements based on the low, medium and high risk categories of countries. Persons arriving from high-risk areas will be required to show a negative PCR test immediately upon arrival and spend 14 days in quarantine with the option of the last four days in-home quarantine.[202]
  • Guatemala: As of 18 September 2020, Guatemala reopened its domestic and international airports to regular air traffic, as well as official border crossings. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test no more than three days old, except Guatemalan citizens, foreign residents and diplomats at land border crossings.[203][204]
  • Guyana: As of 12 October 2020, Guyana is officially open for tourism.[205][206]
  • Haiti: As of 1 July 2020, Haiti reopened its two international airports in Port-au-Prince and Cape Haitian, as well as four official border crossings.[207]
  • Honduras: As of 17 August 2020, Honduras reopen its domestic and international airports to regular air traffic. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test.[208]
  • Jamaica: As of 15 June 2020, Jamaica is officially open for tourism.[209]
  • Martinique: Martinique does not have any entry restrictions, but all arriving passengers, must quarantine for 14 days.[210]
  • Mexico: Mexico does not have any entry restrictions.[211]
  • Nicaragua: Nicaragua has not implemented any entry restrictions.[212]
  • Panama: As of 12 October 2020, Panama is officially open for tourism. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of arrival.[213]
  • Paraguay: Effective from December 2020, Paraguay re-opens borders to tourists. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival.[214]
  • Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico has not implemented any entry restrictions, but all new arrivals must take a coronavirus test 72 hours before they travel.[215]
  • Saint Lucia: As of 4 June 2020, Saint Lucia is officially open for tourism. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of arrival.[216]
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: As of 1 July 2020, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is officially open for tourism. Arriving passengers will be tested upon arrival and must wait 24-hours in hotel for the results.[217]
  • Sint Maarten: As of 1 August 2020, Sint Maarten is officially open for tourism.[218]
  • Turks and Caicos Islands: As of 22 July 2020, Turks And Caicos is officially open for tourism.[219]
  • United States Virgin Islands: As of 1 June 2020, United States Virgin Islands are officially open for tourism. Tourists must undergo temperature checks and health screenings upon entry.[216]

Asia[edit]

  • Afghanistan: As of 24 June 2020, Afghanistan resumed international air travel.[220]
  • Armenia: As of 12 August 2020, Armenia has opened its borders to air passenger tourists from all nations.[221]
  • Bahrain: Effective from September 4, Bahrain re-opens borders to tourists and non-residents from 182 countries. Passengers must undergo a PCR test at their own expense after landing. Those staying in the country for longer than 10 days must take a follow-up test on the 10th day of their visit.[222]
  • Georgia: As of 1 February 2021, Georgia is officially open for tourism. Travelers have 2 choices: They can enter restrictions-free if they are vaccinated, or if not, they can do a double testing procedure. Georgia has lifted all restrictions for foreign travellers, who are arriving by air and are able to show proof of being vaccinated by the two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.[223]
  • Iraq: As of 23 July 2020, Iraq resumed international air travel. All travelers arriving from abroad will be requested to quarantine for 14 days and may be requested to provide proof of reservation in a hotel for the duration of the quarantine period.[224]
  • Jordan: As of December 2020, all nations can enter Jordan as long as they fulfill all covid-related entry requirements and visa requirements. All passengers entering Jordan for tourism will need to perform multiple PCR tests – Pre-flight PCR test with results issued no more than 72 hours before arrival, PCR Test on arrival, PCR test on the 7th day of quarantine to be released.[225][226]
  • Kyrgyzstan: As of 4 December 2020, all countries may visit Kyrgyzstan under normal visa regulations. Travelers must present proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken no longer than 72 hours before departure.[227]
  • Lebanon: As of 1 July 2020, Lebanon resumed international air travel. Travelers arriving from countries that do not provide PCR tests ahead of boarding will be tested upon arrival in Lebanon at the airline’s expense.[228]
  • Maldives: As of 15 July 2020, Maldives is allowing visitors to travel to the country under normal ‘pre-Covid’ regulations. That includes no isolation period for arriving tourists.[229] With effect from 10 September 2020, arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival.[230]
  • Nepal: As of December, Nepal is officially open for tourism. Travelers must present proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken no longer than 72 hours before departure. All travelers must quarantine for seven days upon arrival at a hotel.[231]
  • Oman: As of 29 December 2020, Oman is officially open for tourism. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival. All travelers must submit to a seven-day quarantine and take another test on the eighth day after their arrival.[232]
  • Pakistan: As of 5 October 2020, Pakistan is officially open for tourism. Travelers are required to present a negative PCR test result issued within 96 hours prior to departure.[233]
  • Sri Lanka: As of 21 January 2021, Sri Lanka is officially open for tourism. Everyone coming into the country must show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within 96 hours of travel and fill out an online health declaration form. Guests will be tested again at their own expense on the fifth and seventh days after arriving and people staying longer than seven days will have to take a third test the following week.[234]
  • Taiwan: As of 25 February 2021, all inbound and transit travelers are required to provide a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report issued within three working days of their incoming flight’s scheduled departure time. Travelers also need to use their mobile phone to fill out a health declaration form prior to their departure, and make an affidavit stating that the location of their 14-day home quarantine (in a quarantine hotel or in a home with one person per residence) meets relevant regulations.[235]
  • United Arab Emirates (Dubai): As of 7 July 2020, Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates is officially open for tourism. Arriving passengers must provide the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 96 hours of arrival or undergo a mandatory PCR test at the Dubai airports.[236]

Europe[edit]

  • Albania: Albania officially reopened its borders for tourism on July 1, 2020 allowing tourists from all countries and nations to enter without restrictions. All normal ‘pre-covid’ entry requirements apply.[237]
  • Belarus: Belarus has not implemented any entry restrictions.[238]
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: As of 16 July 2020, Bosnia and Herzegovina has reopen borders for citizens of European Union with a negative test for coronavirus not older than 48 hours.[239] As of 12 September 2020, the country has reopen borders for all foreign tourists who have a negative PCR test for coronavirus.[240]
  • Guernsey: Guernsey has not implemented any entry restrictions, but imposed a requirement on all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere in the world (including Jersey and the UK) to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence.[241]
  • Jersey: Jersey has not implemented any entry restrictions. From Friday 20 March, all travellers arriving in Jersey must now self-isolate for 14 days. This includes the UK, Guernsey, Europe and the rest of the world.[242]
  • Kosovo: As of 28 June 2020, Kosovo is officially open for tourism with no restrictions.[243]
  • North Macedonia: North Macedonia reopened its land borders on June 26 and its airports on July 1 for commercial traffic. Those entering the country will not be obliged to observe home quarantine for two weeks.[244]
  • Serbia: As of 22 May 2020, Serbia is allowing visitors to travel to the country under normal ‘pre-Covid’ regulations. That includes no mandatory testing and no isolation period for arriving tourists.[245]
  • Turkey: All passengers, of all nationalities, who meet Turkish immigration rules are permitted entry to Turkey from June 12.[246]
  • Ukraine: As of 28 September 2020, Ukraine is officially open for tourism.[247][248]
  • European Union/Schengen Area:
    • Republic of Ireland: Ireland is not currently implementing any entry restrictions, but any person entering Ireland from abroad, including Irish citizens and residents of Ireland, must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. This includes Great Britain but not Northern Ireland. A green list of 15 countries was published by the Government of Ireland on 21 July 2020 from which people can travel without having to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in Ireland, and will be reviewed on a fortnightly basis. People who arrive in Ireland from countries not on the green list will still have to restrict their movements.[citation needed]

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