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Covid-19 Updates

Not sure if you should maintain or postpone your upcoming plans amidst the ongoing Covid-19 situation? There have been a lot of concerns whether it is safe to travel or not. Coronavirus first was seen in China, and slowly spread to countries such as South Korea, Iran, Italy and Spain. Although the number of cases worldwide are not as high as China, is it still safe to travel?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is still okay for you to travel, provided that you are visiting destinations that present little to no risk of the coronavirus, and take extra hygienic measures such as washing your hands and sanitising them with alcohol gel regularly.

Our clientele comprises of corporates, families and individuals from varied backgrounds, who have experienced our professional and personalized services and continue to trust us with planning their corporate trips as well as vacations. Above all, our consultants are dedicated to making sure that our clients have the most memorable experiences during their travel and are on call 24/7 to ensure smooth functioning of all aspects.

Should you have other reason for travel, we’ve got some good news that can help you secure your long-awaited vacation and still be able to make changes to your itinerary later without paying extra money.

With the flexible booking options through Fayyaz Travels, you can still book the trip of your dreams and safeguard your options to meet your safety and wellbeing.

Flexible Travel

We at Fayyaz Travels are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely by working with airlines that are taking robust action in accordance to official health guidelines as well as providing flexible booking arrangements and we can assure you that if you plan your vacation with us, you will not only enjoy the discounts that come with planning in advance but also the peace-of-mind that we guarantee against unforeseen circumstances.

What we can do for you

  • Free date changes, up to 45 days prior to departure, for all holidays purchased until 10th April 2020
  • Free room upgrades, tours, and perks where available
  • Reassurance and support from our team 24/7
  • Free basic travel insurance for packages costing SGD 3000 and above
  • Scheduled cleaning and disinfecting of all aircrafts, hotels and buses

Terms And Conditions

  • Date changes are subject to availability.
  • Fees may be charged if there is a fare difference.
  • Insurance is applicable for a total spending of SGD3000 and above

Still unsure to make it happen?

You don’t have to be. Thanks to these flexible policies, you can still plan your dream vacation without having to bust out your original budget.
Not sure where to choose for your next vacation? Enlist the help of our travel experts at Fayyaz Travels today to start planning the best travel itinerary that suits your needs and requirements. Our team takes pride in our ability to adapt to sudden changes beyond our control.
We understand how pressing health matters are, so you don’t even need to come by our office for a chat about your travel plans (even though our headquarters is thoroughly sanitised and disinfected). We offer consultation sessions that you can enjoy without having to leave the comfort of your home.


Please refer to https://www.changiairport.com/corporate/media-centre/newsroom/COVID-19.html for more information
For the latest updates by MOH, please refer to https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19

 

Please find below travel guidelines for countries that have opened for travel with no restrictions
and those with partial restrictions.
The following should be used as a reference only as these guidelines change quickly. We recommend visiting the official government website of the required destination which can be seen from the ‘View More’ tab.

Countries that are currently not shown below have restricted travel and will be updated accordingly.
Country Travel Restriction Date
Equatorial Guinea
  • Flights have restarted.
  • Passengers must have a medical certificate with negative Covid19 PCR test results issued at most 48 hours before arrival.
  • Passengers without medical certificate with negative test result are subject to medical screening and quarantine
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 13, 2020
Ethiopia
  • Passengers must have a medical certificate stating a negative Covid19 PCR test result issued at most 5 days before arrival and are subject to self isolation for 14 days
  • Passengers without medical certificate with negative test result are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days partially at own expense.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 22, 2020
Republic of Guinea
  • Guinea’s Conakry airport has reopened.
  • Following nationals of Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are not permitted entry. This does not apply to passengers with a residence permit issued by Guinea.
    • Passengers must have a medical certificate stating a negative Covid19 PCR test result issued at most 7 days before arrival and are subject to self isolation for 14 days
    • Nationals of Guinea travelling on repatriation flights without a medical certificate can take a PCR test on arrival.
    • All passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 23, 2020
Mozambique
  • The Ministry of Health (MISAU) has implemented screenings and interviews at all airports in Mozambique as well as other points of entry for those travelling from countries where Covid-19 has been detected.
  • All arrivals to Mozambique, regardless of citizenship, will be on a mandated 14-day self-quarantine.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 22, 2020
Senegal
  • Flights into Senegal have resumed.
  • Passengers must have a medical certificate stating a negative Covid19 PCR test result issued at most 7 days before arrival.
  • Those without a medical certificate will be subject to medical screening and must complete a declaration of honour to state they don’t have the symptoms of Covid19.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 16, 2020
Seychelles
  • Chartered flights carrying passengers from approved countries may be permitted entry into Seychelles.
  • All passengers must have proof of a negative Covid19 PCR test that is 48 hours or less prior to boarding their flight to Seychelles.
  • If you meet entry requirements, you will be required to enter quarantine for 14 days on arrival.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 13, 2020
Sierra Leone
  • Flights to Sierra Leone have resumed
  • All arriving passengers are subject to medical screening and must present a travel authorisation obtained before departure.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 21, 2020
Tanzania
  • No restrictions on any nationalities arriving, but few flights
  • Passengers and airline crew subject to medical screening and quarantine and a completed health form must be presented to the Ministry of health personnel upon arrival into the country.
July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 09, 2020
Zambia
  • Zambia’s borders are open, but tight screening is in place
  • All tourist visas to Zambia have been cancelled.
    • If you’re eligible for entry, you will undergo COVID-19 testing on arrival. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 you will be taken to government facilities for treatment and quarantine.
    • All passengers will need to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 14, 2020
Country Travel Restriction Date
China
  • China has announced that it will temporarily suspend the entry into China by foreign nationals holding visas or residence permits still valid from the time of the announcement from 28 Mar,0000hrs. Entry by foreign nationals with visas issued after this announcement will not be affected.
  • All overseas arrivals are subject to health checks(likely involving nucleic acid or swab tests), including during transit, followed by a centralised quarantine period of at least 14 days.
    • All arriving passengers must present a completed “Health declaration form” and Covid19 certificate, depending on the Chinese Embassy of the country of departure
    • All Singaporeans and residents of Singapore are still advised to defer all travel abroad. However,essential business and official travel will bepermitted under Green/Fast Lane arrangements.
    • Singapore and China have launched a Fast Lane to facilitate essential business and official travel between both countries, with the necessary safeguards in place to ensure public healthconsiderations are addressed. The Fast Lane will be between Singapore and six Chinese provinces/municipalities (Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin and Zhejiang). The arrangement will be gradually expanded to other Chinese provinces and municipalities.
    • All Chinese passengers must install the mobile app ‘WE CHAT’ and input health conditions in the past14 days. This must be done before arriving in China.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 23, 2020
Hong Kong
  • Travellers arriving in Hong Kong on flights from overseas countries/territories, who are not Hong Kong residents, will be denied entry to Hong Kong. Non-Hong Kong residents travelling to Hong Kong from mainland China, Macao or Taiwan will also be denied entry if they have been to any overseas country/territory in the past 14 days. Spouses and minor children of Hong Kong residents are exempt from the above restrictions.
    • All travellers entering Hong Kong, including Hong Kong residents, will have to take a mandatory medical test for coronavirus and will be required toundergo 14-day compulsory quarantine. Arrivals may be placed in a Hong Kong government quarantine centre. From 25 July, travellers arriving from high-risk destinations (i.e. Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa) will be permitted to spend quarantinein a hotel, provided that they can provide confirmation, in English or Chinese, of a room reservation in a hotel in Hong Kong for no less than 14 days, starting on the day of their arrival. However, travellers from these destinations will alsobe required to provide a letter, certified by alaboratory or health institution, verifying that they have undergone, and received a negative test resultfor COVID-19 no more than 72 hours prior to their departure.
    • All arriving passengers must present a completed “Health declaration form” and Covid19 certificate, depending on the Chinese Embassy of the country of departure

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 23, 2020
South Korea
  • All arrivals, regardless of nationality and length of stay, are required to be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) and to undergo quarantine for 14 days
  • If you show coronavirus symptoms on arrival you will be tested. If you test positive you will be isolated and treated at a hospital or community treatment centre
    • All other foreign short-term travellers must quarantine at a government-designated facility for 14 days on arrival. Arrivals from the USA and Europe will be tested on entry before transferring tothe quarantine facility; arrivals from else where will move to the quarantine facility and be tested with in 14 days.
    • Individuals are required to pay a daily charge of around 100,000KRW (approximately £66) while ingovernment quarantine facilities. There is currently no charge for hospital/community centre treatment for those testing positive. It is worth noting that individuals testing positive on arrival may spendover a month in hospital/community treat mentcentres before successfully testing negative and being discharged.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 3, 2020
Vietnam
  • Only Vietnamese nationals, foreigners on diplomatic or official business, and highly skilled workers allowed to enter the country at this time. Anyone entering Vietnam must undergo medical checks and 14-day quarantine upon arrival
  • Vietnam is not allowing entry or issuing visas to foreign nationals, from March 22 until further notice,except for those travelling for official or diplomatic purposes, who must undergo medical checks and14-day quarantine upon arrival in Vietnam.
    • Vietnam has officially suspended all visa exemptions for citizens of South Korea, Belarus, Russia, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, Finland,Norway, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy. Travellers who have entered the country on visa waivers or tourist visas are given automatic visa extension until July 31, 2020. Those who have entered Vietnam for business, visiting relatives, or purposes other than travel should contact a visaagent to address their visa concerns.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 17, 2020
Country Travel Restriction Date
Kazakhstan
  • The Kazakh authorities have introduced severe restrictions on people entering the country and most foreign nationals are currently not allowed to enter Kazakhstan
  • Travellers from most countries are required to show a COVID-19 free certificate issued within five days of arrival
    • Those who do arrive are also subject to 48 hours mandatory quarantine while testing for coronavirustakes place. All travellers to Kazakhstan are then subject to health monitoring and mandatory follow-up measures aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus.
    • Passengers are not allowed to enter and exit from/to Kazakhstan until further notice. This doesnot include arrivals from China, Georgia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand or Turkey

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 14, 2020
Country Travel Restriction Date
Bangladesh
  • On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate issued with in 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
  • You will need to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival if travelling from a coronavirus affected country, including the UK
    • Health officials at the point of entry to Bangladesh will assess whether passengers are able to self-quarantine or need to be taken to a government facility.
    • The temporary suspension of international passenger flights from: Bahrain, Bhutan, HongKong, India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Thailand remains inforce
    • Commercial passenger flights from the UK, to gether with flights from Malaysia, Turkey, the UAE, Qatarand Sri Lanka are now permitted to land in Bangladesh.
    • On arrival in Bangladesh, all foreign nationals are required to produce a medical certificate is sued with in 72 hours of travel indicating the passenger is COVID-19 negative.
    • Foreign investors and business people can apply for a visa on arrival on entry to Bangladesh on production of a PCR based COVID-19 negative medical certificate (in or with an English translation) issued within 72 hours of arriving in Bangladesh and the relevant supporting documents for getting an investment/business visa. Visas on arrival forother people remain suspended.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 22, 2020
Maldives
  • Maldives reopened its borders on 15 July.
  • All travellers to the Maldives must fill in a Traveller Health Declaration form 24 hours before departure to the Maldives
    • All passengers and airline crew are also required to complete an Immigration Arrival Card when arrivingin the Maldives.
    • Temperature checks and screening procedures will be in place on arrival. Quarantine facilities have been set up to isolate any suspected cases of COVID-19. Travellers presenting symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival will be subjected to a PCR test at the traveller’s cost or at the cost of the tourist facility where the traveller is booked to stay in the Maldives. Additionally, local health authorities may conduct random testing, at no cost to travellers.
    • Screening procedures are in place for passengers on arrival, with quarantine facilities set up to isolate any suspected cases of COVID-19.
    • The visa on arrival service has resumed for all nationalities.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 21, 2020
Country Travel Restriction Date
Bahrain
  • All visas upon arrival have been suspended. Anyone attempting to enter Bahrain must have a residence permit.
  • All arriving passengers will be tested for COVID-19 at their own expense. These tests may cost morethan 30 BHD ($80), and passengers may be required to take two tests, which would double the cost to the passenger
    • All arriving passengers will be quarantined for 10 days, regardless of the outcome of the COVID-19 test.
    • Bahrain currently only allows the entry of Bahraini citizens and residents, as well as travellers with a diplomatic, official, service or United Nations passport who have prior permission to seek entry into Bahrain. The visa-on-arrival facility and the landcrossing with Saudi Arabia at King Fahd Causeway remain suspended until further notice.
    • Transit passengers are currently not required tounder go COVID-19 testing or quarantine.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 22, 2020
Cyprus
  • The Republic of Cyprus has begun Phase 2 of the plan to reopen to international travel. Flights will be permitted to arrive from several countries which have, in turn, been separated into three categories according to epidemiological risk.
    1. Category A (lowest-risk countries)
    2. Category B (some restrictions apply)
    3. Category C (highest-risk countries)
  • You can only enter Cyprus if you can show proof that you are a legal resident of Cyprus or a Cypriot ID holder and a negative PCR test result (taken inthe previous 72 hours)
    • Beginning July 1, “TRNC” is reopened for incoming international travelers. Arriving travelers are grouped according to the epidemiological risk of their countries of origin. These lists will be regularly revised and are available here (in Turkish). As of July 22:
    • Group A (lowest-risk): Travelers from Group Acountries are required to have a negative PCR test with in 72 hours prior to boarding and will not be subject to quarantine upon arrival. Group A travelers may also opt for a COVID test upon arrivaland are subject to quarantine until a negative testresult, at their own expense.
    • Group B (entry permitted with some restrictions): Travelers from Group B countries are required tohave a negative PCR test within 72-120 hours (3-5days) prior to boarding, will be retested upon arrival,and required to self-isolate at their destination untila negative test result is confirmed (travelers fromthe United Kingdom are required to self-isolate forseven days). Those testing positive will be taken toa hospital. Those found not in compliance with self-isolation rules will be subject to prosecution.
    • Group C (high risk countries): All other countries including the USA.
    • Travelers from Group C countries are required tohave a negative PCR test within 72-120 hours (3-5 days) prior to boarding, will be retested upon arrival, and required to enter quarantine at at a designated facility at their own expense for at least 14 days and until an additional negative result is confirmed.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 22, 2020
Egypt
  • Since 1 July 2020, the Egyptian government has allowed international flights to operate to and from Egyptian airports
  • All arriving passengers will be subject to temperature screening and be made to complete a health declaration card which would require passengers to state their contact information as wellas place of residence in Egypt
    • Visitors will also need to provide proof of a valid health insurance policy covering them during theirstay in Egypt.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 17, 2020
Lebanon
  • Beirut’s Rafik Hariri international airport re-opened on 1 July with initially limited capacity of 2,000 passengers daily and limited flights.
  • All passengers travelling to Lebanon must fill this health declaration form online before departure, asrequired by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health. In case this is not possible, the form can be filled on-board, in order to enter Lebanese territory.
    • Passengers travelling to Lebanon, except military personnel, diplomats, members of international organizations, UNIFIL and members of the Lebanese National Social Security Fund or staff cooperative, need to possess an insurance policy that is valid for the duration of their stay in Lebanon, covering all costs of treatment for Coronavirus on Lebanese territory. Alternatively, the policy can be obtained at the insurance counters upon their arrival at Rafik Hariri International Airport-Beirut
    • Travellers arriving in Lebanon from countries where PCR testing is available, except for children under five years of age, are required to take a PCR test at a laboratory certified by local authorities within 96 hours prior to travel, and to show the result at check-in before proceeding to immigration. If the test result is positive, the passenger will be prohibited from boarding the aircraft.
    • Upon arrival at Rafik Hariri International Airport, passengers will be required to take another PCR test, and must adhere to home quarantine until receiving the result (between 24 hours to 48 hours).
    • If you test positive for COVID-19 after entering Lebanon, you will have to quarantine at designated centres from and may be required to download amobile phone application for follow up.

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 17, 2020
Turkey
  • All passengers are required to wear masks at the airport and during the flights.
  • All passengers must complete the passenger information form when arriving to Turkey
    • All passengers will undergo a medical examination and those showing symptoms will have tests performed.
    • Passengers with a positive test result will take medical treatment

July 24, 2020
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Updated: July 17, 2020
United Arab Emirates
  • There has been resumption of some passenger flights on UAE carriers – Emirates, Fly Dubai, Etihad and Air Arabia. However only UAE carriers can operate flights through local airports. You can transit in Dubai if you’re transiting within 24 hours to a connecting flight. For full details and terms of transit see the relevant airlines website. Health screenings and COVID-19 testing measures are in place at all airports. In Abu Dhabi, 14-day quarantine either at home or at a designated hotel is mandatory.
  • If you enter Dubai for tourism you’ll need to complete the Health Declaration Form prior to departure, carry your negative PCR test conducted within 4 days prior to date of travel and have international health insurance. If they don’t have a PCR result or are showing symptoms of COVID-19 they will be tested at Dubai International Airport. Those arriving into Dubai who test positive to COVID-19 will need to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
    • The UAE Government has cancelled its previous decision to extend visas and entry permits that expired since 1 March 2020. If your tourist or visit visa has expired, you’ll now have to leave the country by 11 August 2020. You’ll also have to renew your resident visa if it has expired.

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Country Travel Restriction Date
Austria
  • Austria has suspended the entry of third-country nationals (non-EU/EEA/CH citizens), including U.S.citizens, entering Austria from outside the EU andthe Schengen area.
  • Exceptions apply for:
    • Transit Passengers
    • Family members of Austrian (and EU/EEA/CH) citizens living in the same household
    • Holders of a D visa or residence permit issued by Austria
    • Members of diplomatic missions and employees of international organizations (including their family members living in the same household)
    • Those exempted Individuals will only be allowed to enter Austria upon presentation of a medical certificate confirming a negative molecular-biological SARS-CoV-2 test. The certificate must be issued by a licensed medical practitioner in German or English and must not be older than 4 days at the time of entry

    • Persons who cannot produce the required medical certificate will be denied entry into Austria or be subject to 14-day quarantine at home
    • Individuals wanting to enter Austria from a EU member state, the Schengen Area, or from Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, the Vatican, or the United Kingdom must present a medical certificate confirming a negative molecular-biological SARS-CoV-2 test no older than four days at the time of entry (certificate in German / English).
    • Individuals who cannot provide such a certificate will have to quarantine for 14 days at home
    • Individuals who enter Austria coming from one ofthe following states and have their residence inAustria or one of the following states:
      • Andorra, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania. Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, Vatican, Cyprus
      • do not have to present the medical certificate and are not subject to a quarantine if they can credibly show that they were not present in any other state than Austria and the states listed above within the last 14 days.

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Belgium
  • Belgium has reopened its borders for travel to and from the United Kingdom, European Union countries, and the four non-EU Schengen countries (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway).Travellers arriving from the UK and non- Schengen EU countries (Ireland, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Cyprus) are required to provide their contact details to the authorities using the Passenger Locator Form. If arriving by plane the form must beprinted and filled in before boarding and handed toa border official at the point of entry.
  • The Belgian Government has introduced a traffic light system of high, medium and low risk regions inthe EU, UK and the four non-EU Schengen countries. Travellers entering Belgium from high risk (red) regions in these countries will be required to take a test and to self-isolate for 14 days. Non-essential travel is not permitted to these regions.
    • International arrivals from outside the EU, UK and the four non-EU Schengen countries remain subjectto entry checks to prevent non-essential travel. UK and EU nationals will be able to enter Belgium fromoutside the EU, the four other Schengen countriesor the UK but will be required to self-isolate for 14 days and provide their contact details to the authorities using the Passenger Locator Form

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Bulgaria
  • Commercial flights are operating at a reduced level. Many land borders crossings in the region are restricted or closed for passenger traffic. If you need to travel, plan ahead and before you travel check border information published by the Ministry of Interior (English and Bulgarian)
  • From 16 July 2020, arrivals from the UK, regard less of nationality, are no longer required to self-isolatefor 14 days from the date of arrival. Arrivals from UK between 2 and 15 July who are self-isolating are no longer required to do so from 16 July
    • The entry restrictions apply to all persons, regardless of their citizenship, through all border crossings, by air (including commercial and private air craft), sea, rail and road transport, and are in effect from July 16, 2020 to July 31, 2020, and are posted on the Bulgarian Ministry of Health website.
      • Those excepted from entry restrictions include:
      • Bulgarian nationals (and their family members or persons who are in actual cohabitation with a Bulgarian citizen in Bulgaria and are returning to Bulgaria);
      • nationals of the European Union, the Schengen Agreement States (including San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and Vatican City),Algeria, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia, the United Kingdom (UK), Uruguay, and Ukraine;
      • persons with permanent or long-term resident status in Bulgaria (and their family members);
      • permanent residents (and their family members) of the European Union, the UK, the Schengen Agreement States (including San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and Vatican City);
      • medical professionals, medical researchers, social workers, and their supervisors when traveling related to their duties;
      • workers involved in the supply of medicinal products, medical devices and personal protective equipment, medical equipment, including its installation and maintenance;
      • transport staff engaged in the international carriage of passengers and cargo, crews of commercial aircraft and other transport staffas required, including vessel crews and persons involved in the maintenance of vessels;
      • foreign officials, diplomats, officials of international organizations, military personnel, and humanitarian workers in the performance of their duties and their family members;
      • persons traveling for humanitarian reasons and their family;
      • representatives of trade, economic, and investment activities directly related to: construction, maintenance, operation and ensuring the safety of strategic and critical infrastructure of the Republic of Bulgaria, implementation of projects certified under the Investment Promotion Act, analysis on projects of potential investors and other activities of importance for the economy ofthe country, certified by a letter from the Minister of Economy or another minister responsible for the respective activity, as well as persons engaged in shipbuilding andship repair, and their family members
      • seasonal agricultural and tourism workers;
      • frontier workers;
      • students traveling for the purpose of activities related to the completion of the current academic year, including practical training and exams, or for the preparation ofthe next academic year, when it is impossible to conduct these activities from adistance
    • All persons (with limited exceptions) arriving in Bulgaria from Sweden and Portugal, and from all third countries (outside the European Union), except Andorra, Algeria, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Georgia, Iceland, Japan, Lichtenstein, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway, the Republic of Korea, Rwanda, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, the UK, Uruguay, and Vatican City, must either present a negative result from a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID test performed up to 72 hours before entering Bulgaria or must quarantine for a period of 14 days at the traveler’s place of accommodation.

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Croatia
  • On 11 May Croatia reopened its borders to visitors from the EU/EEA, and the UK.
  • There are regional restrictions on travel
    • There is currently no requirement to self-isolate on arrival in Croatia The Croatian government has introduced a new online entry form to expedite the entry of foreign visitors. You are advised to carry a copy of your accommodation booking or proof of ownership of holiday homes / boats when arriving in Croatia. If you are travelling to Croatia for business, you area dvised to carry evidence of a business invitation or meetings
    • Passengers in transit may travel through the Republic of Croatia provided that it is possible to enter or transit through the neighbouring country. During transit, the shortest traffic routes should be used without undue delay, including the motor way where possible. It is necessary to leave the Republic of Croatia as soon as possible and nolonger than 12 hours from the moment of entry, which will be checked by the border police
    • All EU/EEA citizens and EU/EEA permanent andother residents (EU 27 + UK + Iceland,Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, as well as Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican), as well as members of their families (with documents proving their kinship), can freely enter Croatia as ofJuly 1st, without any restrictions (travellers are, however, advised to fill out the form at http://entercroatia.mup.hr before arriving at theborder for faster border crossing).
    • Currently, Croatia does NOT require any COVID-19 test, and there is NO quarantine/self-isolation requirement if you are a citizen or resident of an EU/EEA country.
    • All other third-country nationals (including the USA and Canada) are allowed to enter Croatia fortourism (with a paid reservation) or for business, but subject to new health conditions issued on July 10 (negative PCR test or 7-14 days self-isolation).

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Czech Republic
  • The rules for entering the territory of the Czech Republic and quarantine measures are defined by the Ministry of Health . List of countries with a low risk of COVID-19 contagion is here. Information regarding entry to other countries is the responsibility of the embassies in the countries of destination and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Quarantine measures and RT-PCR test conditionsare the responsibility of the Ministry of Health.
    • Only low risk countries deemed by the government would be allowed entry
      1. The Principality of Andorra
      2. Commonwealth of Australia
      3. The Kingdom of Belgium
      4. The Republic of Bulgaria*
      5. The Kingdom of Denmark
      6. The Republic of Estonia
      7. The Republic of Finland
      8. The French Republic
      9. The Republic of Croatia
      10. Ireland
      11. The Republic of Iceland
      12. The Republic of Italy
      13. Japan
      14. Canada
      15. The Republic of Korea
      16. The Republic of Cyprus
      17. The Principality of Liechtenstein
      18. The Republic of Lithuania
      19. The Republic of Latvia
      20. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
      21. The Republic of Hungary
      22. The Republic of Malta
      23. The Principality of Monaco
      24. The Federal Republic of Germany
      25. The Kingdom of the Netherlands
      26. The Kingdom of Norwayaa.
      27. New Zealand
      28. The Republic of Poland
      29. The Portuguese Republic*
      30. The Republic of Austria
      31. Romania*
      32. The Hellenic Republic
      33. The Republic of San Marino
      34. The Slovak Republic
      35. The Republic of Slovenia
      36. The Kingdom of Spain
      37. The Swiss Confederation
      38. The Kingdom of Thailand
      39. The United Kingdom of Great Britain andNorthern Ireland
      40. The Vatican City
    • If you are travelling from a country not considered to be low risk by the Czech government, you areonly allowed to enter the Czech Republic for limited, specific purposes

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Denmark
  • Denmark’s borders were opened to most European countries from 27 June 2020, based on a set of health measures and analysis. However, borders to Portugal, Luxembourg and most regions of Sweden remain closed.
  • Denmark’s borders are open to a select number of third countries (Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan,New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay), based on the same set of health measures and analysis.
    • To enter Denmark, tourists from the approved countries must show documentation of a valid booking for a minimum of 6 days on entry. If a tourist wishing to enter shows clear signs of sickness, for example a cough, fever, or similar,they will not be allowed to cross the border.
    • Danish citizens are allowed to re-enter the country and visitors from other countries can now enter Denmark again under certain conditions.
    • Business travellers with a clear business reason tovisit should refer to regulations on the Danish Police website as they are allowed entry on some conditions.
    • Entry to Denmark depends on whether you are arriving from an ‘open’ country or a ‘restricted’ country or if you have a ‘worthy purpose’ to enter.
    • You can also enter Denmark if you have a ‘worthy purpose’ to enter without having to go into a two-week quarantine. The list has been expanded to include UK residents in certain situations. Proof will be required to demonstrate a ‘worthy purpose’ to enter. You will not be required to document a stay of at least six nights if you enter Denmark with a ‘worthy purpose’.

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Estonia
  • Travellers without symptoms arriving from an EU Member State, Schengen Convention state or fromthe UK are allowed to enter the country. On 6 July, entry was also opened to travellers from 14 non-EU or EEA countries.
  • Temporary border controls introduced on 17 March, limit entry from other destinations to Estoni an nationals, those with an Estonian Residence Permitor foreign citizens with family members in Estonia.There are some exceptions to this, including diplomats, healthcare workers and thosetransporting goods and raw materials, provided they are asymptomatic.
    • Those arriving from countries where the COVID-19 infection rate is 16 cases or fewer per 100,000 people for the previous 14 days do not need to self-quarantine on entry.
    • A list of countries from which arrivals are not required to self-quarantine is available on theofficial government crisis website and the website of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is updated every Friday. You should follow the localquarantine measures of the country that you are in.
    • Travelling to Estonia is possible for the following persons.
    • Estonian citizens and their family members
    • Estonian citizens and residents are allowed entry regardless of whether or not they show symptoms of the disease.
    • Citizens and residents of the European Union, the Schengen area, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican, and individuals with a long-stayvisa and their family members if they show no symptoms.
    • Residents of Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay, if they show no symptoms.
    • Residents, individuals with a long-stay visa regardless of their citizenship arriving to Estonia from a European Union or Schengen country or from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, if they show no symptoms. Readthe lists of countries not subject to self-isolation requirements
    • Self-isolation is mandatory for everyone showing symptoms. Self-isolation for individuals with out symptoms depends on from which country they began their trip or which countries they transited. If they departed from or transited a country with a coronavirus infection rate above 16, they must self-isolate for two weeks on their arrival in Estonia
    • Isolation means that the individual is obligated to refrain from unnecessary contacts for 14 days from their arrival in Estonia and is allowed to leave their place of residence or accommodation only forseeing a doctor, shopping for food, essentials and medicines, and in emergencies

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Finland
  • Finland welcomes leisure travelers from a number of countries as the coronavirus situation has eased in these countries and Finland. There is no border control for travelers from these countries and they do not need to self-isolate on arrival in Finland.
  • Border control and restrictions are lifted and also leisure travel is possible between Finland and Andorra, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia,Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, San Marino, Slovakia and the Vatican. As of 27 July, travel restrictions are unfortunately back in place again for travelers from Austria, Slovenia and Switzerland due to an increase of coronavirus cases in these countries.
    • Essential, work-related and return travel is possible from all Schengen and EU countries as well as the UK. Except for those countries named above,
      self-isolation for 14 days upon arrival is recommended.
    • As of 27 July, leisure travel is also possible from China (based on EU guidance on reciprocity),Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, SouthKorea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Self-isolation is not required for travelers from these countries. As of 27 July, travel restrictions are unfortunately back in place again for travelers from Australia and Algeria due to an increase of coronavirus cases in these countries.
    • 5. The Finnish Government bases its decisions on easing border control and restrictions on the incidence of COVID-19 in the country. The limit value is a maximum of eight new cases of the disease per 100,000 persons in the previous 14 days. These changes to border control and restrictions are in effect until 28 August and will be reviewed in 2 weeks’ time.

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France
  • For the purposes of setting travel rules, France has defined a European Area composed of EU countries, the UK, Andorra, Holy See, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland.
  • Travellers arriving in France from the UK, European Area, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay are no longer required to self-isolate, to demon strate their travel is essential or to hold an international travel certificate.
    • Arrivals from countries other than those specified above will still need to complete an international travel certificate, which certifies that your journey is essential and confirms that you have not been suffering from a set of listed symptoms associated with Covid-19. This travel certificate is available on the French Ministry of the Interior’s website. Yous hould also produce any supporting paperwork to substantiate the essential nature of your travel. If you are flying into Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly airports from any country from which you are required to present an international travel certificate, or have spent time in these countries inthe last 30 days, you will be invited to provide a negative Covid19 RT-PCR test taken less than 72 hours before departure. Those unable to provide this test result will be subject to 14-day compulsory quarantine/self-isolation on arrival. Travellers will be offered the option to have a free RT-PCR test at the airport on arrival with quarantine being lifted for those whose results are negative
    • Border checks may also be in place at points on France’s land borders with Italy, Spain, Belgium and Germany
    • There is no quarantine requirement for arrivals from the UK, from the wider European Area (as defined above) and from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. Arrivals from other countries will be subject to compulsory quarantine/self-isolation for 14 days on arrival in mainland France unless arriving with a negative RT-PCT test taken in the 72 hours before arrival.
    • Travellers from any country showing signs of a COVID-19 infection upon arrival in mainland France will have to carry out a mandatory 14-day quarantine at home or in a dedicated location indicated by the French authorities if home quarantine is not feasible.

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Germany
  • Since 17 March 2020 entry restrictions have applied through out the EU for non-essential travel from third countries. These restrictions also specifically apply to travel to Germany.
  • On 30 June 2020, in view of the improved global epidemiological situation in some regions, the Council of the European Union adopted a recommendation on relaxing the entry restrictions on the basis of a draft drawn up by the Commission. Germany will implement this recommendation from 2 July 2020 as follows:
    • Third countries without travel restrictions
    • From 2 July 2020, unrestricted travel to Germany is once again possible from the following third countries with low rates of infection:
      • Australia
      • Georgia
      • Canada
      • New Zealand
      • Thailand
      • Tunisia
      • Uruguay
      • For China, Japan and South Korea a lifting of entry restrictions is subject to confirmation of reciprocity.
      • This list of countries is to be regularly updated. The question of whether travel to Germany is permitted depends on where the person travelling has previously beenstaying, not on their nationality.
    • The temporary entry restrictions for travellers from other EU countries, states associated with Schengen (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) and the United Kingdom have been removed entirely since 21 June 2020. Travel to Germany from other EU states, the Schengen area and the United Kingdom has been possible without restriction since then.

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Greece
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter Greece
    • This does not apply to:

      • nationals and 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;
      • passengers with a British passport andtheir family members;
      • nationals of North Macedonia returning via Thessaloniki (SKG) and continuing by roadto North Macedonia. Their trip must be prearranged by the authorities, e.g., Ministry of Foreign affairs, embassy, etc.;
      • passengers with a residence permit issued by Greece. A certificate of application for renewal of a residence permit is not accepted;
      • passengers with a residence permit issued by Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia,Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia,Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom
      • passengers with a long term 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 the United Kingdom;
      • healthcare professionals and health researchers designated to support the national health care system;
      • government members, diplomats, staff ofinternational organizations, military personnel and humanitarian aid workers inthe exercise of their duties;
      • passengers travelling for imperative familyor business reasons with an authorization issued by the Greek embassy/consulate
    • Passengers arriving in Greece must be in quarantine for 14 days and must give their contact information to the authorities upon arrival:
      • This does not apply to state flights, sanitary flights, humanitarian flights and military flights
    • Flights from Turkey are suspended
    • This does not apply to:

      • flights approved by the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs for repatriation of Greekcitizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
      • state flights, sanitary flights, human itarian flights, emergency flights, fire fighting flights, frontex flights and technical landings if passengers do not disembark
    • Flights from Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom are suspended.
    • This does not apply to:

      • flights designated to support the Hellenic national healthcare system.
      • flights approved by the Hellenic ministry of Foreign Affairs for repatriation of Greek citizens, their family members and holders of residence permit in Greece
      • state flights, sanitary flights, human itarian flights, emergency flights, military flights, fire fighting flights, frontex flights and technical landings if passengers do not disembark

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Hungary
  • We have classified foreign countries into three categories: red, yellow and green. In the case of entry from the countries marked as yellow and red, passengers crossing the border are randomly tested (at road border-crossings and airports), their body temperature is checked, they are required tocomplete a questionnaire, and they are ordered to enter compulsory home quarantine as before. Tasks related to border controls are performed by the police. Persons ordered to enter compulsory home quarantine are required to stay at home for 14 days and inform their general practitioners in theevent that they develop symptoms. If a person would like to be exempted from compulsory home quarantine, they can have a PCR test; in the case of countries falling into the yellow category, they can be released from quarantine after 1 negative PCR test result, while in the case of countries falling into the red category, 2 negative PCR test results are required.
    • ‘Green’ countries – current infection rate is low
      • May enter without restrictions
    • ‘Yellow’ countries – current infection rate is less severe
      • Upon entry, non-Hungarian nationals are required to undergo a health screening. If a person is suspected of being infected, he orshe is not allowed to enter the country. If a person is not suspected of being infected, he or she is required to enter a designated quarantine or home quarantine for 14 days. No disease control observation is required if a person can verify with documentation in Hungarian or English – containing theresults of two molecular biological tests conforming to the relevant health care standards (SARS-CoV-2 tests) and performed a maximum of 5 days before entry into Hungary, with a minimum of 48 hours between the two tests – that at the time of testing the SARS-CoV-2 coronaviruswas not present in his or her body. In a case deserving special consideration, a person may request and be granted an exemption from entering quarantine if the result of his or her molecular biological test conforming to the relevant health care standards (SARS-CoV-2 test) is negative, but such a person is required to have a second test performed. A non-Hungarian national who upon entry into Hungary can verify that he orshe had the COVID-19 infection in the 6 months before the requested border-crossing and is fully recovered will also be exempt from disease control observation.
    • ‘Red’ countries – current infection rate is severe
      • Non-Hungarian nationals are not allowed to enter the country. In a case deserving special consideration, the local competent police unit, according to the planned place of entry into Hungary (in the case of the airport,the 18th district police constabulary), maygrant an exemption. Upon entry, non-Hungarian nationals are required to under go a health screening. If a person is suspected of being infected, he or she is not allowed to enter the country. If a person is not suspected of being infected, he or she is required to enter a designated quarantine orhome quarantine for 14 days. In a casedeserving special consideration, a personmay request and be granted an exemption from entering quarantine if the results of 2 molecular biological tests conforming to the relevant healthcare standards (SARS-CoV-2test) are negative.

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Iceland
  • Iceland’s borders have remained open to other EU and Schengen states throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, under the condition that passengers quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Iceland will continue to implement the travel restrictions imposed for the Schengen Area, which are currently in place. Passengers can opt for a COVID-19 test up on arrival, as an alternative to quarantine
  • As of Thursday 16 July, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Germany will be removed from the list of high-risk countries. The effect of this change is that travellers arriving from these countries will beexempt from the quarantine and screening requirements that are generally applicable to passengers arriving in Iceland. Icelanders returning home will also be exempt from mandatory precautionary measures but are encouraged toshow caution in the first few days after arrival.
    • From 15 June all passengers arriving in Iceland can choose to be tested for COVID-19 (free of charge for an initial two-week period) or quarantine for two weeks. From 1 July, passengers pay for COVID-19 tests. Children born in 2005 or later are exempt from both testing and quarantine as well as passengers arriving outside defined areas with high risk of infection.
    • The quarantine requirement in Iceland applies to people, regardless of nationality, arriving from countries and areas defined with high risk of infection. Which countries and areas are defined as high-risk areas shall be regularly reassessed.Please see here for further information
    • Icelandic citizens and residents of Iceland whochoose to be tested upon arrival will have to take special precautions during the first five days after arrival in Iceland or until they can be tested for thesecond time for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
    • Experience in Iceland and elsewhere has shown that people with strong local ties, returning from high-risk areas, are much likelier than tourists to spread infections. These precautions are meant to minimize the likelihood of false negative results from border screening leading to cluster infections in Iceland.
    • Passengers are required to fill out a pre-registration form (on www.covid.is/english) before departure to Iceland, which requires passengers to provide their personal details and contact information, flight information, travel dates , address(es) during their stay in Iceland and information on countries theyhave visited before arrival
    • The pre-registration form provides passengers with information on the conditions for entry into Iceland.Passengers can choose to be tested by a PCR-test for COVID-19 on arrival or self-quarantine for twoweeks. Children born in 2005 or later are exempt from these measures, as well as those who have stayed outside of high-risk areas for 14 days prior to arrival. Flight and freight ship crews who areresidents in Iceland are also exempt from these measures. At this time, the Icelandic health authorities cannot accept proof of test results.Thosewith a previously confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 in Iceland are exempt from quarantine upon their return from travel abroad

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Italy
  • Italy officially reopened borders on June 3rd, first allowing 26 European nations to visit without restrictions. Then on July 1st, Italy further allowed the entry of select third-party nations outside the EU, but with different entry requirements
    • Here is a list of EU/Schengen nations that can currently visit Italy with no restrictions:
      • Andorra
      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • Bulgaria
      • Croatia
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Estonia
      • Denmark
      • Finland
      • France
      • Germany
      • Greece
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • Latvia
      • Liechtenstein
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Malta
      • Monaco
      • Netherlands
      • Norway
      • Poland
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • San Marino
      • Slovakia
      • Slovenia
      • Spain
      • Sweden
      • Switzerland
      • United Kingdom
      • Vatican City
    • Third-Party Countries Allowed into Italy
    • A list of ‘approved safe’ countries was suggested by the EU to all EU members on June 30, 2020. The suggestion outlined that each EU member should consider allowing residents of those nations permission to enter for tourism starting on July 1.
    • Italy has accepted the suggestion by the EU, but has imposed a 14-day quarantine requirement for anyone traveling from those nations.
    • THE THIRD-PARTY NATIONS NOW ALLOWED ENTRY INTO ITALY (WITH QUARANTINE) ARE:
      • Algeria
      • Australia
      • Canada
      • Georgia
      • Japan
      • Morocco
      • New Zealand
      • Rwanda
      • South Korea
      • Thailand
      • Tunisia
      • Uruguay
    • The following travelers are banned from entering Italy if they have stayed or transited in the following countries: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia. Flights have also been suspended from these destinations.
    • The EU also has a current travel ban in place for the USA.
    • This current ban is in effect until July 31 when it will be reviewed and either extended or removed.
    • Tests = No. For the approved countries listed above, at this time, there is no mandatory testing upon arrival into Italy
    • Quarantines = Maybe. For the list of third-party countries, a 14-day quarantine is required. For the list of the EU/Schengen nations, no quarantine is needed.
    • Passengers should expect a health screening from a border officer, as well as agree to temperature scans.
    • Effective July 9th, all foreigners travelling into Italy need to print, fill out, and carry a self-declaration form to show airline carriers and/or border police if stopped. The form can be found HERE
    • All third-party nations that are required to quarantine, as a rule, must do so immediately after entering the country. You are only allowed to reach the address where you have chosen to self-isolate, by the shortest possible route and without using any means of public transport other than the means used to travel to Italy (for example, if you fly into Fiumicino Airport you are not allowed to catch a train into Rome or for any other destination)

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Latvia
  • State of emergency in Latvia has ended on June 9th, but restrictions are still effective, although eased.
  • From June 3rd citizens of the European Union, the European Economic Area, and the Swiss Confederation, as well as people with permanent residence status in those countries, when travelling from their home countries to Latvia no longer face a 14-day self-isolation period, if in the European countries from which they travelled have a 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases which does not exceed 15 individuals per 100,000 (or if they have been in Lithuania or Estonia during the 14 days immediately prior to entering Latvia).
    • Epidemiological data, listing all these European countries will be updated each week on Friday on the website of SPKC, Latvia’s Centre for Disease Prevention and Control website. Arriving from other countries 14 days quarantine is still necessary, until further notice.
    • Starting July 16, all travelers arriving in Latvia using services of international transport companies (plane, ferry or bus) will be registered in order to curb the spread of Covid-19! For now the travelers’ data will be recorded on paper but a digital solution will be worked out in the next couple of weeks to register the incoming travelers electronically. The requirement to register will also apply to people arriving in Latvia on private planes and yachts. All incoming travelers will be required to fill out a questionnaire which will then be processed depending on each traveler’s country of origin. The obtained data will be forwarded to the Center for Disease Prevention and Control and the State Police. The travelers’ data will be deleted 1 month after their submission.

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Ireland
  • The Department of Foreign Affairs has given some locations a status of ‘normal precautions’. This list of locations is sometimes called the ‘green list’.
  • The government decides which locations are on the green list based on the spread of coronavirus in that location. The list will be reviewed every 2 weeks..
    • This is the current green list of locations:
      • Cyprus
      • Estonia
      • Finland
      • Gibraltar
      • Greece
      • Greenland
      • Hungary
      • Italy
      • Latvia
      • Lithuania
      • Malta
      • Monaco
      • Norway
      • San Marino
      • Slovakia
    • Anyone arriving to Ireland from a green list location will not have to restrict their movements.
    • If you arrive into Ireland from a location that is not on the green list, you will have to restrict your movements for 14 days
    • By law, if you arrive in Ireland from overseas you will need to fill in a form called the Covid-19 Passenger Locator Form.
    • This form can be filled out before you travel. If you need help, let border personnel know when you arrive in Ireland.

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Lithuania
  • Temporary internal border control and checks for persons entering and leaving the Republic of Lithuania at the internal border of the European Union have been extended from 17 June 2020 to 15 August 2020. Checks will be carried out at the international airports and in Klaipėda State Seaport. Passports of persons arriving by land will not be checked.
  • Regarding cross-border movements
    • The entry of foreigners into the Republic of Lithuania remains prohibited, except for:
      • citizens of the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation and of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and persons lawfully residing in these countries, who arrive from these countries, provided the incidence of COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) in the country where they lawfully reside has not exceeded 25 cases/100 000 population in the last 14 calendar days. The list of such countries shall be approved and made public every Monday by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations.
      • foreigners who hold a document confirming their right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania, or in whose respect the Migration Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania has adopted a decision to issue a document confirming the right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania, and foreigners who are family members (parents (adoptive parents), children (adopted children), spouses and carers) of the citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and of the foreigners who hold a document confirming their right to reside in the Republic of Lithuania;
      • foreigners who hold a national visa of the Republic of Lithuania, or in whose respect the Migration Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania has adopted a decision to issue a national visa;
      • foreigners lawfully residing in countries that have not been listed above, and which are included in the EU-level list of third countries, for the residents of which temporary restriction on non-essential travel to the EU should be lifted at external borders, unless the incidence of COVID-19 disease (coronavirus infection) in these countries does not meet the incidence criteria specified above;
      • persons enjoying immunities and privileges under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961), the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963) and under other international agreements and legislation of the Republic of Lithuania, their family members and their service personnel, also members of official delegations;
      • persons serving in the military units of NATO and of NATO countries and their service personnel, also their family members;
      • crew members, who are employed in Lithuanian companies engaged in international commercial transportation, or who carry out international commercial transportation by all the means of transport;
      • health professionals arriving into the Republic of Lithuania for the provision of health care services;
      • high-performance athletes, specialists of high-performance sports and physical activity, instructors of high-performance sports and physical activity, and their family members, who come to the Republic of Lithuania at the permission of the Minister for Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Lithuania for the preparation for and participation in high-performance athletic competitions;
      • artists coming to the Republic of Lithuania at the permission of the Minister for Culture of the Republic of Lithuania for the participation in professional artistic events, and their service personnel;
      • journalists coming to the Republic of Lithuania at the permission of the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania;
      • other exceptional cases, where foreigners are allowed entry to the Republic of Lithuania on the basis of an individual permission by a minister holding the jurisdiction in the respective realm, and whose entry has been approved by the Government.
    • Every week, Lithuania publishes a list of affected countries (with a coronavirus infection (COVID-19) incidence rate of more than 25 cases per 100,000 population over the last 14 days). The list includes countries mostly outside the European Union and the European Economic Area (EEA). The entry of foreigners into the Republic of Lithuania from those countries shall be limited to exceptional cases and those entering Lithuania will be subject to 14-day self-isolation./li>
    • Every week, Lithuania publishes a list of affected countries (with a coronavirus infection (COVID-19) incidence rate of more than 25 cases per 100,000 population over the last 14 days). The list includes countries mostly outside the European Union and the European Economic Area (EEA). The entry of foreigners into the Republic of Lithuania from those countries shall be limited to exceptional cases and those entering Lithuania will be subject to 14-day self-isolation.

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Luxembourg
  • On June 30, 2020, the European Commission recommended, and Luxembourg is expected to adopt, the continued restriction of certain travelers from the United States to the European Union for at least for two additional weeks. However, for countries where restrictions continue to apply (the United States and others), the European Union has recommended that the following categories of people should be exempted:
    • EU citizens and their family members
    • long-term EU residents and their family members
    • travelers with an essential function or need, as listed in the Recommendation.

    • A long term resident is an individual who holds residence status and has a resident card. Those individuals who are citizens or residents of Luxembourg are able to return to the country. You must have documentation – a Luxembourg passport or a Luxembourg-issued resident card – to qualify for this travel exemption. When you begin your trip back to Luxembourg, be sure to show your card when checking in with the airline. You will likely be asked to show the card again for any connecting flight.

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Malta
  • Malta International Airport reopened on July 1, 2020 and commercial flights to and from Malta resumed from that date
    • Passengers arriving from the following countries do not have to do any quarantine and do not require any special permits:
      • Andorra
      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • Bulgaria
      • Croatia
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Estonia
      • Denmark
      • Finland
      • France
      • Germany
      • Greece
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • Latvia
      • Liechtenstein
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Malta
      • Monaco
      • Netherlands
      • Norway
      • Poland
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • San Marino
      • Slovakia
      • Slovenia
      • Spain
      • Sweden
      • Switzerland
      • United Kingdom
      • Vatican City
    • Any person coming from any other country and has not spent at least 14 days in one of the safe countries listed above needs a special permit from Malta Health Authorities before travelling to Malta and may be obliged to do quarantine in Malta if accepted by the Health Authorities
    • Those passengers arriving from the already published list of countries and the following countries do not have to do any quarantine or need any special permits:
      • United Kingdom
      • Belgium
      • Bulgaria
      • Netherlands
      • Canada
      • Australia
      • New Zealand
      • South Korea
      • Andorra
      • Monaco
      • San Marino
      • China
      • Vatican City
      • Rwanda
      • Uruguay
      • Slovenia
      • Japan
      • Morocco
      • Thailand
      • Tunisia
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • Lebanon
      • Indonesia
      • United Arab Emirates
      • Turkey
      • Jordan
      • Liechtenstein
    • Any person coming from any other country and has not spent at least 14 days in any of the safe countries needs a special permit from health and may be obliged to do quarantine in Malta if accepted by the Health Authorities

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Montenegro
  • Passengers arriving from the following countries do not have to do any quarantine and do not require any special permits:

      • ALL EU COUNTRIES
      • Algeria
      • Andorra
      • Australia
      • Bahamas
      • Barbados
      • Brunei
      • Belarus (*)
      • Fiji
      • Philippines
      • Georgia
      • Indonesia
      • Iceland
      • Jamaica
      • Japan
      • Jordan
      • South Korea
      • Cambodia
      • China
      • Costa Rica
      • Cuba
      • Lebanon
      • Liechtenstein
      • Madagascar
      • Malaysia
      • Morocco
      • Mauritius
      • Mongolia
      • Mozambique
      • Nicaragua
      • Norway
      • New Zealand
      • Palestine
      • Papua New Guinea
      • Paraguay
      • Seychelles
      • Senegal
      • Switzerland
      • Tajikistan
      • Thailand
      • Turkey
      • Trinidad and Tobago
      • Tunisia
      • Uruguay
      • United Arab Emirates
      • Uzbekistan
      • Venezuela
      • Vietnam
      • Ukraine (*)
      • United Kingdom
      • Zambia
    • Countries from which it is possible to come with NEGATIVE RESULTS PCR or ELISA (negative IgM) or ECLIA TEST on COVID-19
      • Albania
      • Bosnia and Herzegovina
      • Kosovo
      • Israel
      • Singapore
      • Canada
    • Countries from which the entry and stay in Montenegro of Montenegrin citizens residing in Montenegro and foreign citizens residing in Montenegro is enabled with the determination of a measure of self-isolation or quarantine
    • All other states
    • Institutional isolation is mandatory for persons who have been in quarantine or self-isolation and whose test results for the new coronavirus are positive, and must be isolated from healthy people, and cannot be provided with self-isolation in family accommodation; persons who have been hospitalized have recovered and have no symptoms of the disease, but do not yet have two consecutive negative results from samples taken 24 hours apart

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Netherlands
  • Countries within the EU, the Schengen area and the United Kingdom
  • Only travellers from Sweden, Romania, Bulgaria, 2 areas in Spain (Segrià and La Mariña-Lugo) and 1 area in Portugal (Vale do Tejo, this includes Lisbon) and 1 area in the United Kingdom (Leicester), are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days on arrival in the Netherlands.
    • Countries outside the EU, the Schengen area and the United Kingdom:
    • All travellers from outside the EU, the Schengen area and the United Kingdom need to
      self-quarantine for 14-days on arrival in the Netherlands. An exemption is made for travellers from the following countries:

      • Algeria
      • Australia
      • Canada
      • Georgia
      • Japan
      • Morocco
      • New Zealand
      • Rwanda
      • South Korea
      • Thailand
      • Tunisia
      • Uruguay
      • China
    • The following groups are exempted from the advice to self-quarantine, regardless the country of departure:
    • Transit passengers who want to travel via the Netherlands and who do not leave the international transit zone of the airport.
    • Healthcare personnel, who travel to the Netherlands for the purpose of work (including health researchers and elderly care professionalsBorder workers, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Transport personnel, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Diplomats, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Staff of international organisations and people invited by international organisations, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Military personnel, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Humanitarian aid workers, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Civil protection personnel, who travel for the purpose of work.
    • Seafarers in possession of a seaman’s book, with the exception of seafarers on commercial and pleasure yachts.
    • Persons who have important reasons to visit their families; these are journeys in exceptional cases. An exceptional case is visiting a terminally ill family member and attending a funeral. It is intended for first-degree and second-degree family members. Partner and children are first-degree and grandchildren are second-degree.
    • All passengers aged 13 and above travelling to and from Dutch airports must fill in a Health Screening Form. If you report symptoms that suggest you may have COVID-19, you will not be allowed to board the airplane. The airline you are flying with will provide you with a Health Screening Form.

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Poland
  • As of 13 June 2020, Poland has restored full border traffic within the internal borders of the European Union, and travellers have regained the right to free entry, exit and transit through the territory of the Republic of Poland. Importantly, they do not have to quarantine. International rail traffic within the EU’s internal borders has also been resumed, and from 17 June 2020, international flights have been partially resumed.
    • Our country’s borders that are also the EU’s external borders, remain closed. They may be crossed only by:
      • Polish citizens,
      • foreigners who are spouses or children of citizens of the Republic of Poland or remain under the constant care of citizens of the Republic of Poland;
      • holders of a Polish identity Card,
      • diplomats,
      • people who have the right of permanent or temporary residence in the Republic of Poland or a work permit,
      • in particularly justified cases, the commander of the Border Guard post, after obtaining the consent of the
        Commander-in-Chief of the Border Guard, may allow a foreigner to enter the territory of the Republic of Poland in accordance with the procedure specified in the Act of 12 December 2013 on foreigners (Journal of Laws of 2020, item 35),
      • foreigners who run a means of transport designed for the transport of goods
      • citizens of European Union Member States, European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA) Member States – parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation and their spouses and children, when traveling through the territory of the Republic of Poland to their place of residence or stay
      • foreigners with a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident’s European Union residence permit, in the territory of other European Union Member States, a Member State of the European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation and their spouses and children, when traveling through the territory of the Republic of Poland, to their place of residence or stay.
    • The obligation to undergo a 14-day quarantine is imposed on persons crossing the borders of the Republic of Poland that are also the external borders of the EU, when traveling to their place of residence or stay.
    • Persons crossing the borders of the Republic of Poland that are internal EU borders, do not have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
    • As of 17 June 2020, international flights from airports located on the territory of a member state of the European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area, Switzerland or a member state of the European Union, except for Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Sweden and Portugal have been resumed.
    • International rail traffic has been restored within the internal borders of the European Union. However, traveling by international trains to destinations outside the EU’s external borders is still suspended.

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Portugal
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter.
      • This does not apply to:

      • nationals and residents of Portugal;
      • passengers with a long term visa issued by Portugal;
      • passengers arriving from Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China (People’s Rep.), Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia and United Kingdom;
      • passengers arriving from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe and USA traveling as students;
      • 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;
      • 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.
    • 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.), Italy, 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 medevac, humanitarian and repatriation flights.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening.
    • Passengers arriving in Madeira are subject to a PCR test on arrival if they do not have a certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure. For more details, please refer to the website http://www.visitmadeira.pt/en-gb/useful-info/corona- virus-(covid-19)/information-to-visitors-(covid-19).
    • Passengers arriving in Azores are subject to medical screening and quarantine if they do not have a certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.
    • Passengers arriving from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe and USA must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.

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Romania
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter Romania until 15 August 2020.
    • 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;
      • residents of Romania;
      • British nationals;
      • family members of nationals of Romania;
      • family members of a national 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, Switzerland or United Kingdom, with a residence in Romania;
      • passengers with a long-stay visa issued by Romania;
      • military personnel;
      • merchant seamen;
      • students.
    • Flights from French Overseas Territories, Iran, Turkey and USA to Romania are suspended.
    • This does not apply to humanitarian and medevac flights.
    • Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.
    • Passports and national ID cards issued by Romania which have expired during the COVID-19 outbreak, are considered valid until 14 August 2020.

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Slovakia
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    • This does not apply to nationals and residents of Slovakia.
    • This does not apply to passengers arriving from 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.), Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macao (SAR China), Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

    • Passengers arriving from Bulgaria and Montenegro are subject to medical screening and self-isolation

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Slovenia
  • Regulations related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been lifted.
  • Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days.

    • Citizens of Slovenia, Austria and Hungary are allowed to cross the border outside the checkpoints without restrictions

    • Slovenia can be entered without limitations and quarantine from countries that are on the list of those which have no border crossing limitations.
    • There is a mandatory 14-day quarantine still in force for other persons (there are some exceptions) who enter Slovenia.
    • Please see the detailed information about crossing the border, restrictions and exceptions on the Slovenian Police website.

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Spain
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 July 2020.
    • This does not apply to:

      • nationals and residents of Spain;
      • passengers 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, Sweden or Switzerland;
      • residents of Andorra, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Monaco, Romania, San Marino, Vatican City (Holy See) or a Schengen Member States arriving from a country other than Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania or a Schengen Member State returning via Spain to their country of residence;
      • residents of Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Monaco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Uruguay or Vatican City (Holy See), if arriving from the country of residence;
      • passengers with a long-term visa issued by a Schengen Member State returning via Spain to their country of residence;
      • students with a medical insurance. They are allowed to travel to the country of their studies 15 days before the start of the academic course;
      • merchant seamen;
      • military personnel;
      • immediate family members of a national of an EU Member State traveling together or traveling to join the national of an EU Member State;
      • immediate family members of a British national traveling together or traveling to join the British national
    • A completed “Health Control Form” must be presented upon arrival.
    • Residency permits and “D” visas that expired between 14 December 2019 and 21 June 2020 are accepted for entry.
    • Effective 31 July 2020:
    • Passengers must complete an “FCS Health Control Form”. A QR code generated from the completed form must be presented upon arrival.

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Sweden
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 August 2020.
    • 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, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom;
      • 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, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City (Holy See), and their family members;
      • British nationals and their family members;
      • passengers with a residence permit issued by 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, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Swede, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Vatican City (Holy See) and their family members. The residence permit must be issued with a validity of more than 3 months;
      • passengers with a national visa issued by 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, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Vatican City (Holy See) and their family members. The visa must be issued with a validity of more than 3 months;
      • mresidents of Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay;
      • military personnel;
      • passengers traveling as students;
      • merchant seamen.

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Switzerland
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter..
    • This does not apply to:

      • nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland;
      • British nationals;
      • British nationals and their family members;
      • passengers arriving from Schengen Member States;
      • passengers arriving directly from Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and Vatican City (Holy See);
      • family members of nationals of EEA Member States. They must present proof of their relationship;
      • family members of British nationals. They must present proof of their relationship;
      • residents of Liechtenstein and Switzerland;
      • residents of Schengen Member States returning directly via Switzerland to their country of residence;
      • passengers with a D visa issued by Switzerland;
      • passengers with a Schengen C visa issued by Switzerland after 16 March 2020.
    • Passengers are not allowed to transit if arriving from a non-Schengen Member State to another Schengen Member State.
        This does not apply to:

      • nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland;
      • British nationals;
      • passengers arriving directly from Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and Vatican City (Holy See);
      • family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland;
      • family members of British nationals;
      • residents of EEA Member States and Switzerland;
      • passengers with a D visa issued by Switzerland;
      • passengers with a Schengen C visa issued by Switzerland after 16 March 2020.
    • Passengers who have been in the following countries in the past 14 days are subject to quarantine for 10 days: Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Rep., Ecuador, El Salvador, Eswatini, Guatemala, Honduras, Iraq, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo (Rep.), Kuwait, Luxembourg, Maldives, Mexico, Moldova (Rep.), Montenegro, North Macedonia (Rep.), Oman, Palestinian Territory, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Russian Fed., Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, Suriname, Turks and Caicos Isl. United Arab Emirates and USA.

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United Kingdom
  • Passengers are subject to self-isolation for 14 days
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter..
    • You may not have to self-isolate when you arrive in England, if you are travelling from one of the countries or territories listed below. That is because these countries or territories are:
      • covered by the travel corridor exemption
      • within the common travel area (Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man)
      • British nationals;
      • British overseas territories
      • family members of nationals of EEA Member States and Switzerland;
    • You will need to self-isolate if you visited or made a transit stop in a country that is not on the list in the 14 days before you arrive in England.
      • This applies to all travel to England, by train, ferry, coach, air or any other route.
    • Countries and territories with no self-isolation on arrival in England
    • Unless you have visited or made a transit stop in any other country or territory in the preceding 14 days, you don’t need to self–isolate when you arrive in England from the following countries and territories:
      • Akrotiri and Dhekelia
      • Andorra
      • Anguilla
      • Antigua and Barbuda
      • Aruba
      • Australia
      • Austria
      • The Bahamas
      • Barbados
      • Belgium
      • Bermuda
      • Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba
      • British Antarctic Territory
      • British Indian Ocean Territory
      • British Virgin Islands
      • Cayman Islands
      • the Channel Islands
      • Croatia
      • Curaçao
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Dominica
      • Falkland Islands
      • Faroe Islands
      • Fiji
      • Finland
      • France
      • French Polynesia
      • Gibraltar
      • Germany
      • Greece
      • Greenland
      • Grenada
      • Guadeloupe
      • Hong Kong
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • the Isle of Man
      • Italy
      • Jamaica
      • Japan
      • Liechtenstein
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Macao (Macau)
      • Malta
      • Mauritius
      • Monaco
      • Montserrat
      • the Netherlands
      • New Caledonia
      • New Zealand
      • Norway
      • Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands
      • Poland
      • Reunion
      • San Marino
      • Seychelles
      • South Korea
      • South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
      • Spain
      • St Barthélemy
      • St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
      • St Kitts and Nevis
      • St Lucia
      • St Pierre and Miquelon
      • Switzerland
      • Taiwan
      • Trinidad and Tobago
      • Turkey
      • Turks and Caicos Islands
      • Vatican City State
      • Vietnam

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Mexico
  • A completed “Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros” must be presented to “immigration” upon arrival.
  • On 16 June, the Mexican government confirmed that the land border between the US and Mexico will remain closed to all non-essential traffic until 21 July. This closure applies primarily to tourism and recreational travel. Cargo, trade and healthcare workers will still be able to cross the border. Please check with your closest US Embassy/Consulate before attempting to cross the border.
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Ecuador
  • Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 7 days before departure. Passengers are subject to quarantine for 14 days at their own expense if they do not have this medical certificate.
  • Passengers are subject to medical screening and self-quarantine for 14 days
  • A completed “Declaracion de salud del viajero” and “Formulario migratorio especial” must be presented upon arrival.
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Antigua and Barbuda
  • Passengers arriving in Antigua and Barbuda
    • are subject to medical screening; and
    • must present a completed health declaration form
    • Passengers and airline crew staying overnight in transit are subject to self-isolation.
    • Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 7 days before departure.

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Aruba
  • Passengers arriving from Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Rep., Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay or Venezuela are not allowed to enter.
  • A completed Health Assessment form must be submitted on www.edcardaruba.aw at most 72 hours before departure. A travel Authorization must be presented at time of check-in.
    • Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure. The test must be uploaded at www.edcardaruba.aw at most 12 hours before departure. Passengers without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result must take the test on arrival at their own expense and are subject to quarantine for 1 day.
        This does not apply to:

      • passengers younger than 15 years;
      • passengers departing on the same calendar day;
      • residents of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao if traveling from Bonaire or Curacao;
      • passengers arriving from the US states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
    • Passengers arriving from the US states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before departure. The test must be uploaded at www.edcardaruba.aw at most 12 hours before departure. They are not allowed to take the test on arrival.
    • This does not apply to passengers younger than 15 years.
    • Passengers must have a health insurance purchased before departure and available at www.edcardaruba.aw.
        This does not apply to:

      • residents of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao;
      • passengers departing on the same calendar day;
      • passengers with a diplomatic passport;
      • Dutch military personnel, their spouse and children.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening.

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Barbados
  • Bridgetown (BGI) airport reopens.
  • Passengers must complete an Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) Form 24 hours before arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at www.travelform.gov.bb .
    • Passengers who have not obtained a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result at most 72 hours before departure are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
    • If you arrive in Barbados without a negative test for COVID-19, that meets Barbados’ entry requirements you will be subjected to a mandatory test on arrival. You will need to quarantine until the test results are provided. This can take a maximum of 48 hours.
    • Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be placed in isolation until they have recovered.
    • You may also be required to quarantine at any stage of your stay if the Barbados authorities deem that you have been in close contact with a
      COVID-19 positive individual.

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Bermuda
  • Passengers must complete an online Travel Authorization and present the confirmation before departure.
  • Passengers aged 10 years and older not residing in Bermuda:
    • must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 7 days before departure; and
    • are subject to a PCR test on arrival and quarantine until test results are ready.
    • Residents of Bermuda are subject to medical screening and quarantine..

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Grenada
  • Airports in Grenada reopened.
  • Passengers and airline crew are not allowed to enter.
    • This does not apply to passengers and airline crew arriving from Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname or Trinidad and Tobago.
    • This does not apply to passengers traveling on repatriation and medevac flights
    • Effective 1 August 2020, this does not apply to passengers and airline crew arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, 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.
    • Passengers and airline crew:
      • must present a Health Declaration Form to the Immigration upon arrival.
      • must install the Grenada’s Contact Tracing App at https://covid19.gov.gd/ in their personal device;
      • are subject to medical screening upon arrival;
      • are subject to quarantine.
    • Effective 1 August 2020, passengers and airline crew must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 7 days before arrival.
    • This does not apply to passengers and airline crew traveling from Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname or Trinidad and Tobago.
    • Effective 1 August 2020, passengers and airline crew must have a travel insurance or declare they will cover the cost of treatments and isolation.
      • This does not apply to nationals of Grenada and to passengers and airline crew traveling from Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname or Trinidad and Tobago.

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Haiti
  • Flights to Haiti restarted.
  • Passengers are subject to medical screening.

    • A completed Health Declaration Form must be presented to immigration upon arrival.
    • Travelers arriving by air in Haiti will have their temperature screened upon arrival.
    • Travelers will be required to provide accurate local addresses in Haiti.
    • Requirement that all arriving passengers self-quarantine for 14 days. The Ministry of Public Health (MSPP) will check in with passengers three times after arrival in Haiti to determine any onset of COVID-19 symptoms. As of July 2, it is not certain when this requirement will take effect.
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Jamaica
  • Passengers must have a travel authorization obtained before departure.
    • This does not apply to residents of Jamaica
    • Residents of Jamaica must have a travel authorization obtained before departure.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.

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Montserrat
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter Montserrat.
      This does not apply to:

    • passengers with a British passport with nationality “British Overseas Territories Citizen” issued by Montserrat;
    • passengers with a permanent residence permit issued by Montserrat;
    • husband, wife, child or other dependents of a passenger with a British passport with nationality “British Overseas Territories Citizen” issued by Montserrat;
    • husband, wife, child or other dependents of a person residing in Montserrat
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening and self-quarantine for 14 days.
    • Entry into Montserrat is restricted to Montserratians and dependents, Resident Permit holders and dependents, air crew, non-resident technicians and health professionals
    • A pre-arrival online form must be completed before booking your flight.
    • If you are eligible for entry, you will have to enter self-isolation / quarantine for 14 days on arrival.

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Saint Barthelemy
  • We are happy to share that St. Barth officially reopened to tourists on June 22, 2020. We are thankful to the local authorities who took swift action in March to put safety measures in place to ensure the future of St. Barth remains bright.
  • Travelers from the USA and EU are welcome to enter St. Barth in accordance with the testing requirements outlined below. Travelers are required to wear a face mask when entering the St. Barth airport and while on their flight to/from St. Barth.
    • ARRIVAL: Visitors (age 11+) are required to show a negative RT-PCR Covid-19 test (this is the molecular-based swab test) where the date the test was administered is within 72 hours of their arrival. Visitors (age 11+) staying longer than 7 days will be required to take an additional RT-PCR Covid-19 test in St. Barth, at their own expense (€135), on the 8th day following their arrival. (i.e. if you arrived in St. Barth on Sunday, you will need to test locally on the following Monday). Our Concierge team is available and pleased to secure an appointment for this test on your behalf. If a visitor tests positive, they will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days or until they re-test negative. If a visitor is unable to remain in their rented accommodations for the required period of time, they may quarantine at a designated lodging facility which is located in St.
      Jean.

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Saint Lucia
  • With effect from July 9, 2020
  • All arriving passengers (with the exception of persons travelling from within the Caribbean bubble) must have a negative result from a PCR test within 7 days of travel
    • All arriving passengers must have a negative result from a PCR test done no more than 7 days before their travel to Saint Lucia
      Jean.
    • All arriving passengers must adhere to all protocols relevant to airport
    • All arriving passengers will be screened, this will include temperature checks
    • All symptomatic passengers will be immediately isolated and tested. If test result is positive for COVID-19 the passenger will be transferred to the Respiratory Hospital for treatment and care at their cost.
    • Other passengers will be transferred by certified taxi to approved COVID-19 accommodation, a government quarantine site or home quarantine
    • Hotel guests travelling from outside the designated travel bubble are required to remain on property for the duration of their stay except to participate in water-based excursions arranged by the hotel.
    • Have confirmed reservations at a COVID-19 certified accommodation provider for the duration of their stay or
    • Have received approval to quarantine in a household that meets criteria for home quarantine or
    • Have a pre-arranged stay confirmed at a Government operated quarantine facility
    • All persons entering Saint Lucia must complete a Pre-Arrival Registration Form before arrival to ensure your efficient and expedited processing on arrival. Please print and travel with a copy of your completed registration form.

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Saint Martin
  • Passengers are not allowed to enter.
      This does not apply to:

    • nationals of the Netherlands with a resident permit issued by St. Maarten;
    • passengers arriving from Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Curacao, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Finland, France, French West Indies, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montserrat, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Virgin Isl. (British)
    • Passengers arriving from Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Curacao, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Finland, France, French West Indies, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montserrat, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom or Virgin Isl. (British) must have a completed health declaration form.
    • Passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, 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 must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
      • This does not apply to passengers younger than 10 years.
    • Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next flight.
    • Passengers are not allowed to transit.
        This does not apply to:

      • passengers who stay in the aircraft or transfer Wing to Wing from one aircraft to another aircraft;
      • passengers arriving from Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, Curacao, French West Indies, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia or Virgin Isl. (British).

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Turks and Caicos Islands (UK)
  • Airports in Turks and Caicos Isl. reopen
  • Passengers and airline crew must have a travel authorization completed 72 hours before departure and present it to immigration.
      This does not apply to:

    • airline crew staying for less than 24 hours;
    • merchant seamen;
    • passengers younger than 10 years
    • Passengers and airline crew must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result.
        This does not apply to:

      • airline crew staying for less than 24 hours;
      • merchant seamen;
      • passengers younger than 10 years.
    • Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
    • The airport is open for international tourism.
    • The cruise center reopens 31 August 2020.

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KEY

The following is a guide only. Please contact our team for additional information.

No restrictions and open to travellers however some countries may require additional travel
and/or quarantine measures

Partial restrictions and only open to travellers from selected destinations. These destinations
will have additional travel and quarantine requirements.