|Country||Travel Ban / Restriction|
|Afghanistan||The border with China located in Badakhshan province has been closed. All passengers who have traveled to China, Iran, Italy, or South Korea during the one month prior to arrival in Afghanistan are separated from other passengers, checked for symptoms of COVID-19, and those with symptoms will be taken directly to a designated hospital for testing.|
|Albania||All flights and ferries are suspended between Albania and Italy until April 3, 2020. Albania is not currently restricting entry to or exit from the country in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Travelers should be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice.|
|Algeria||All international connections via air, sea and land are suspended.
The labour authorities are not currently accepting or processing any applications.
Renewals will be handled on resumption of service. Holders of residence cards or application receipts who are outside Algeria will be able to submit a visa application on the basis of the expired document, and proceed with renewal on their return to Algeria.
|Andorra||30-day suspension on the entry of all immigrants and non-immigrants who were physically present in the Schengen Area, UK, and Ireland, during the 14 days prior to attempted entry into the United States. The suspension on entry does not apply to U.S. citizens and U.S. lawful permanent residents (LPRs) and their families.|
|Angola||Effective 20 March, all international flights to and from Angola are suspended until further notice.|
|Antigua and Barbuda||Passengers and airline crew who have been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, or Singapore in the past 28 days are not allowed to enter Antigua and Barbuda. Nationals and resident diplomats of Antigua and Barbuda who have been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, or Singapore in the past 28 days are allowed entry.|
|Argentina||The mandatory quarantine period is extended until 10 May. Consequently, the suspension of entry for all non-residents, the suspension of consular visa services for foreign nationals and the suspension of in-country immigration and registry services are also extended until 10 May.
All commercial passenger flights are suspended until 1 September.
Re-entry to Argentina is suspended for most foreign residents of Argentina. Those entering must comply with the 14-day self-quarantine on arrival.Additionally, all arrivals in Argentina must download an app developed by the Ministry of Health for a quick check related to COVID-19 symptoms.Consequences for noncompliance are fine and/or imprisonment.
|Armenia||Effective 16 March, Armenia’s borders with Iran and Georgia will be closed.
Foreign nationals who, in the previous 14 days, have visited countries with a high risk of infection (China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, UK) will be isolated in specially designated places for quarantine or may be subject to mandatory self-isolation.
Armenian citizens will only be able to leave the country by plane and will be subject to mandatory quarantine on their return.
|Australia||Effective 28 March, all arrivals are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities (for example, a hotel) at their port of arrival.
Effective 21 March, entry is suspended for all nationalities, other than Australian citizens..Where possible, Australian embassies, high commissions, and consulates are still operating in line with local regulations and restrictions. Priority is on assisting Australians overseas.
|Austria>||Effective immediately, all visa and residence services at Austrian consulates and VFS global offices are suspended until further notice, except for relatives of Austrian and EU citizens in the same household and diplomats. The immigration authority in Vienna has closed its offices until further notice. Applications can still be submitted via email or post. Entry to Austria of third-country nationals by air from outside the Schengen area is suspended, except for members of diplomatic missions, humanitarian workers, seasonal workers, transit passengers, family members of Austrian (and EU/EEA/Swiss) citizens living in the same household and holders of a D visa or residence permit issued by Austria. Exempt third-country nationals and those arriving by air from within the Schengen area 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.|
|Azerbaijan||Land and air borders are closed until 31 May.Entry to Azerbaijan is suspended for non-resident foreign nationals.
Visa issuance is suspended until 31 May.
The visa registration service ASAN has temporarily stopped issuance of electronic visas. Foreign nationals wishing to visit Azerbaijan are requested to apply for a visa through relevant local Azerbaijani embassies and consulates operating limited services.Mutual visits of Azerbaijani and Russian citizens have been temporarily suspended effective from 18 March.
On arrival, foreign nationals, and Azerbaijani citizens who have visited an affected country in the previous 14 days, must submit a medical certificate proving they are not infected with coronavirus.
Arrivals are screened and, in case of suspected infection, quarantined for 14 days.
|Bahamas||Effective 19 March, for at least 30 days, entry is suspended for foreign nationals who have visited the UK, Ireland or Europe within the previous 20 days.|
|Bahrain||Effective 19 March, all arrivals will be tested and required to self-isolate for 14 days, including those without symptoms. Those showing symptoms upon arrival or those that have visited Iran, Iraq, or Lebanon within 14 days will be subject to further quarantine measures. Those showing symptoms upon arrival or those that have visited Iran, Iraq, or Lebanon within 14 days will be subject to further quarantine measures.
Effective 18 March until further notice, visa on arrival is suspended at all ports of entry.
|Bangladesh||Effective until 7 May, most international passenger flights are suspended, with the exception of routes to China. The affected routes include the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, India, and Bahrain. Arrivals from China are subject to a 14-day quarantine.
Entry is suspended for foreign nationals who have visited Europe or Iran since 1 March. In addition, arrivals from COVID-19-affected countries are subject to a 14-day quarantine.
Visa on arrival is suspended until further notice. Arrivals with a valid visa will need to present a medical certificate issued within 72 hours of departure to certify that they are not infected with COVID-19.
|Barbados||Travellers who recently visited to the UK, Europe, the US, China, Iran, and South Korea will be placed under a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.|
|Belarus||There are currently no travel restrictions in place as a result of the worldwide outbreak.|
|Belgium||Non-essential travel to Belgium is suspended until at least 15 May.
Belgian nationals and foreign residents may return to Belgium but are subject to 14-day self-isolation and are forbidden to work outside the home for 14 days.The person collecting the returning person from the airport is also bound by these two conditions. Entry is permitted for nationals of EU and Schengen member states for the purposes of returning to their homes, and to third-country nationals holding residence cards or long-term visas issued by a member state. It is forbidden to move via Belgium from a point A in the Netherlands to a point B that is also located in the Netherlands. This rule applies to all types of travel, including home-work trips.
|Travelers coming to Belize purchase travel or health insurance before coming to Belize for the length of their stay while in Belize, travellers are advised to have a travel plan that may include a 14-day self-quarantine.|
|Benin||No travel restrictions have been implemented, however , persons entering Benin who are coming from a country affected by COVID-19 (including countries with even a single case) must identify themselves by declaring their travel history and by calling the COVID-19 hotline.|
|Bhutan||2 week travel restrictions on all tourists coming into the country.|
|Bolivia||The suspension of international flights into and out of Bolivia is extended until further notice.|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||A temporary ban on entry to BiH for travelers coming from China, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Iran, France, Romania, Germany, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, and Belgium.|
|Botswana||All future University-related travel, both domestic and international, is prohibited until at least April 17, there are no travel restrictions to any country in Africa. In regards to any upcoming travel to Botswana, health checks are being conducted at all ports of entry into Botswana.|
|Brazil||Effective 30 March, entry is suspended by air for all foreign nationals. This restriction does NOT apply to Brazilian citizens; permanent or temporary foreign residents of Brazil; foreign employees of the Brazilian government or international organisations; foreign national spouse, partner, child, parent or guardian of a Brazilian citizen; passengers in international transit (not leaving the airport transit zone) to a destination country that will admit them; foreign nationals authorised to enter Brazil by the Brazilian Government in the public interest; foreign national holders of RNM (Foreign ID card); and crew and employees of airline companies for operational purposes.|
|Brunei||Effective 24 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals, including for transit.
Foreign nationals who have previously been granted visas but are outside Brunei are to delay travel to Brunei.
All arrivals in Brunei are subject to 14-day quarantine at designated facilities.
|Bulgaria||Effective until 13 May, entry is suspended at all border crossing points. This does not apply to Bulgarian nationals and their families; nationals of EU or Schengen member states and their families (other than those arriving from China, Iran, Bangladesh, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Spain, Italy, South Korea, France, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland or UK); holders of Bulgarian residence permits; transiting long-term residents of EU member states, UK nationals and their family members, or nationals or residents of Turkey or North Macedonia who are on their way to their country of residence.|
|Burkina Faso||Effective 21 March, commercial international flights are suspended, and all land and rail border crossing points are closed for two weeks.|
|Burundi||Effective 22 March, international commercial flights at Mechior Ndadaye International Airport are suspended for 7 days.
Effective immediately, visa issuance is suspended, and anyone arriving from a country affected by the virus will be placed in compulsory quarantine for 14 days.
|Cabo Verde / Cape Verde||Effective 18 March, all flights are suspended to and from Portugal, European countries with COVID-19 cases, the United States, Brazil, Senegal and Nigeria. All passengers on board cruise ships and sailboats will not be allowed to disembark.|
|Cambodia||Until further notice, visa exemption and the issuance of tourist visa, e-visa and visa on arrival is suspended for all foreign nationals.
Entry for foreign nationals is only be possible with a consular visa issued abroad.
Visa applicants must provide a medical certificate issued by a competent health authority from their country no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel to certify that they have not tested positive for COVID-19. Additionally, the individual will need to submit proof that their insurance policy has a minimum medical coverage of no less than USD 50,000 throughout the duration of their intended stay in Cambodia.
This does not apply to holders of diplomatic or official visas
All arrivals will be subject to a health screening and risk assessment upon arrival and will also be subject to mandatory 14-day isolation or quarantine.
All land, sea and air borders with Vietnam are closed to Vietnamese and Cambodian nationals. The borders with Laos and Thailand are also closed.
Entry by air, sea and land is suspended until further notice for travellers who have, in the previous 14 days, visited US, Germany, France, Spain, Italy or Iran.
|Cameroon||Travellers arriving from high risk infected countrues are to undergo screening upon arrival, Travellers should be prepared for additional travel restrictions to be put in to effect with little or no advance notice.|
|Canada||Effective 20 April, all travellers entering Canada are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine.
On 18 March, the US president announced via Twitter that the US is closing its border with Canada for non-essential travel, by mutual decision. Cross border trade and regular commuters will not be blocked. Further details, including effective date, are yet to be announced. Effective 18 March, entry is suspended for foreign travellers. Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada (and their immediate family members) are exempt. Also exempt are US citizens, diplomats, transport crew members and other necessary essential service workers. Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed to board planes flying to Canada. Travelers arriving from international locations must self-isolate for 14 days.
|An online health declaration system will be launched to expedite the process of quarantine operations and immigration clearance upon arrival.|
|Chad||Effective until 15 May, all international flights are suspended. Travellers from or who have transited through an affected country are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.|
|Chile||The closure of all land, sea and air borders is extended until 6 May.
Effective immediately, all Chilean consulates have suspended visa stamping until further notice.
The Chilean authorities continue to receive visa applications only online. It should be noted that the applicant must be in Chile for this online process to be started.
Effective 24 March, all arrivals from abroad, of any nationality, are subject to a mandatory quarantine.
|China||Effective 29 March, each Chinese airline is only allowed to maintain one route to any specific country with no more than one international passenger flight per week; each foreign airline is only allowed to maintain one route to China with no more than one weekly international passenger flight.
Effective 28 March at 00:00am, entry to China is suspended for all foreign nationals, including holders of valid visas, residence permits and APEC Business Travel Cards. All visa waiver programs are also suspended. Entry with diplomatic, service, courtesy or C visas will not be affected. Foreign nationals coming to China for necessary economic, trade, scientific or technological activities or out of emergency humanitarian needs may apply for visas at Chinese embassies or consulates. Entry by foreign nationals with visas issued after the announcement on 26 March will not be affected.
|Colombia||Effective 25 March until 13 April, submission of all visa applications at consulates is suspended. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will accept visa applications for processing and electronic approval, but will not make visa stamps in the passport. The Ministry of Foreign Relations will not process visa applications from foreigners who are outside Colombian territory.
Effective immediately until 30 May, Migración Colombia will not impose penalties on foreign nationals who cannot carry out visa registration or ID card application because of self-isolation. It will also suspend the deadlines for cancelling special stay permits (PEP), and suspend expiry of the authorized stay for holders of entry and stay permits for “other activities” (POA), other than for Shore Pass and maritime or river crew. Effective 23 March at midnight local time, for at least 30 days, entry is suspended for all travelers from abroad, including Colombian citizens and permanent residents. Effective 16 March, entry is suspended for all foreign national travelers. All Colombian citizens and permanent residents are subject to 14 days of self-quarantine. Effective 14 March, the border with Venezuela is closed. Entry is suspended for foreign nationals who have visited countries in Europe or Asia in the previous 14 days. Colombian nationals and residents who have visited these countries in the previous 14 days can enter but must undergo self-isolation for 14 days. All arrivals of any nationality, including Colombian nationals, must provide health and travel information.
|Comoros||Passengers arriving from or having transited through China or Japan face entry travel restrictions or quarantine. Travelers from counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19 may be required to have spent a period a period of 14 days in quarantine in a country that is free from COVID-19.|
|Congo, Democratic Republic of the||All international commercial flights are suspended.|
|Congo, Republic of the||Effective immediately until at least 3 April, all international commercial flights are suspended.|
|Costa Rica||The suspension of entry for foreign nationals other than residents of Costa Rica is extended until 15 May at 23:59 hours. Exemptions include foreign nationals who exited Costa Rica before 25 March at 23:59 local time with a valid temporary or permanent residence, short-stay visa or special category visa; and foreign nationals who have submitted applications for temporary or permanent residence, short-stay visas or special category visas. Foreign nationals should travel with their valid ID cards or their application filing receipt. Costa Rican citizens and residents must undergo self-isolation for 14 days upon entry. Visa application submission, processing and issuance are suspended at all Costa Rican consulates.|
|Cote d’Ivoire||Effective 22 March, all borders are closed until further notice. All foreign nationals travelling from the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Austria, Netherlands, part of Slovenia, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Bahrain, and Iran will be required to undergo a mandatory 14-day self-isolation or quarantine upon arrival in Croatia. Croatian nationals travelling from these countries are required to undergo a 14-day selfisolation or self-quarantine at home.|
|Croatia||Foreign nationals arriving or travelled in China’s Hubei Province, Germany’s Heinsberg County, Iran, Italy, or South Korea’s Daegu City in the last 14 days will be placed in quarantine for 14 days.|
|Cuba||Effective 24 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals and Cuban citizens resident abroad. Returning Cuban citizens will be subject to government quarantine for 14 days.|
|Cyprus||The suspension of all international passengers flights is extended until 17 May. Effective 15 March, entry is suspended for all travellers except citizens of Cyprus and foreign residents. Individuals who are permitted to enter will have to present a medical certificate from a doctor in their country of origin proving they are free from coronavirus, and undergo 14-day government quarantine.|
|Czech Republic||Effective 27 April, the possibilities for entry of non-resident EU, Schengen and UK citizens have been expanded. For a stay of up to 72 hours for business, they must present documents confirming the business activities and a negative PCR (nucleic acid) test certificate (not more than four days old). The receiving body in the Czech Republic must ensure compliance with the rules, e.g. use of FFP2 respirators, minimizing social contact with other workers or regularly measuring body temperature. For a stay longer than 72 hours for business or work, non-resident EU, Schengen and UK citizens must also undergo a second PCR test between the 10th and 14th days. The receiving body in the Czech Republic must arrange accommodation, health care or transfer from the state borders. Cross-border commuters who are essential workers entering for over 14 days can replace the mandatory 14-day quarantine requirement with a negative PCR test certificate. Other commuters must present a negative PCR test certificate on first entry and then every 14 days (or undergo a 14-day quarantine). Mandatory quarantine can also be replaced with a negative PCR test certificate for family members of EU/Schengen/UK nationals, who can now include children under 21 years of age, parents and grandparents. Foreign national residence permit holders can enter Czech Republic with either a 14- day quarantine or a negative PCT test certificate. Note that all persons who do not undergo the mandatory quarantine upon arrival to the Czech Republic, a two-week prohibition of free movement on the territory of the Czech Republic with the exception of urgent travels still applies. Czech citizens and foreign residents are allowed to leave the country. Those returning will have either to produce a negative test for coronavirus or immediately go into two-week quarantine. However, if they were out of the country for less than 72 hours, no PCR test certificate or quarantine is required. Transit through Czech Republic for up to 24 hours is allowed for EU citizens or residents of EU member states returning to their home country, without a PCR test certificate or quarantine.|
|Denmark||Effective until 10 May, entry is suspended for foreign nationals on business, tourism, or regular family visits. Entry is allowed for Danish citizens, residents of Denmark, Greenland or Faroe Islands, passengers in transit to their country of residence and anyone with a worthy purpose for entry (see next bullet point). Danish nationals are always permitted entry into Denmark. Other persons wishing to enter Denmark can expect to be rejected at the Danish borders unless they have a worthy purpose (anerkendelsesværdigt formål) for entering Denmark. Persons with a worthy purpose include, but are not limited to: Self-employed business owners performing work in Denmark; Persons with a valid work permit, including persons who have not yet utilised their work permits and whose entry is for the purpose of working in Denmark; Spouses, live-in partners, parents and children of a Danish national resident in Denmark or a foreigner resident in Denmark on the condition that the arriving foreign family member otherwise has a legal right to enter Denmark; Spouses, live-in partners and children of a Danish national resident abroad who enter Denmark together with their Danish spouse/live-in partner for at short stay in Denmark during the COVID-19 crisis.|
|Djibouti||Effective 18 March, all international commercial flights are suspended.|
|Dominica||Dominica has banned all travel to and from China. Arriving travelers will be required to complete a health declaration form and be screened for elevated body temperature.|
|Dominican Republic||All air and sea borders are closed, and all inbound flights are suspended. Effective 16 March, the land border with Haiti is closed. All consular services are suspended.|
|Ecuador||Effective 15 March, all international arrivals to Ecuador by air are suspended, and all foreign nationals are temporarily banned from entering the country by any port or border crossing. Effective 16 March, all Ecuadorean nationals are banned from entering the country. Effective 15 March, anyone arriving from China, South Korea, Iran, France, Italy,Spain, Germany, US, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands must undergo a 14-day self-isolation.|
|Egypt||The Immigration Authority, Work Permits Authority, Civil Authority and Notary Public are closed. All flights are suspended until further notice.|
|El Salvador||Effective immediately, all Salvadoran citizens and resident foreign nationals who enter the country, by any means, are subject to a 30-day government quarantine. Entry is suspended for all non-resident foreign nationals.|
|Equatorial Guinea||Government of Equatorial Guinea has closed its border and all international flights are banned from 15-March-2020 to 15-April-2020. As of March 15, all international passenger flights in and out of the country will be suspended for the next 30 days Effective 13 March, land borders with Cameroon and Gabon are closed, all commercial international flights are suspended and arrivals from affected countries are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.|
|Eritrea||Arriving passengers will be screened for symptoms of illness, recent travel to China and other risk factors.|
|Estonia||Effective 17 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals. Those transiting Estonia and not showing symptoms are exempted. Estonian citizens and residents and their close family members can enter but will face a 14-day isolation. Effective 12 March, travellers from Italy, China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Singapore and parts of France, Germany, Austria and Spain will be subject to a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Estonia.|
|Ethiopia||There are currently no new entry/exit restrictions in place as a result of the worldwide outbreak,but all passengers from international destinations are being asked to complete a health declaration form.|
|Fiji||Fiji has closed its border to foreign nationals who have been in China, Italy, Iran, or South Korea within 14 days of their intended travel to Fiji, including travelers seeking to transit Fiji. Travelers covered by this restriction will be prevented from boarding Fiji-bound flights.|
|Finland||Effective 7 April, restrictions on non-essential border traffic and quarantine have been extended until 13 May. Finns and residents in Finland returning from abroad are permitted to enter, but are subject to home quarantine for 14 days. The employer and the employee must negotiate work arrangements.|
|France||All travellers to France are required to complete a travel certificate and present it to the carrier at boarding and to the border control authorities. Effective 17 March, in line with the EU’s proposed closure of the Schengen border, the French government has confirmed that entry is suspended for all foreign nationals in the Schengen area. French, EU and UK citizens and their families, some cross-border workers, and permanent residents of France, are exempt. Exit is not suspended for anyone.|
|Gabon||Effective immediately, all tourist visas from the most affected countries are suspended. International flight arrivals are restricted. Entry is suspended for
travellers from the most affected countries, including the EU, China, South Korea and the United States.
|Gambia||There are no specific restrictions in place as a result of the worldwide outbreak; however, The Gambia has implemented additional public health control measures at Ports of Entry|
|Georgia||Georgia has closed its borders to all foreign nationals until further notice. Georgian nationals will be able to return from abroad on Georgian Airways or Turkish Airlines. Also exempt are representatives of diplomatic and international organisations, and families where one spouse or minor child is a Georgian citizen.|
|Germany||Travellers without a valid reason for traveling are not allowed to enter Germany. EU citizens, citizens of a Schengen-associated state or people who have lived in Germany for many years as well as their families are allowed to enter to return to their place of residence. After a stay of several days abroad, a binding 14-day quarantine is generally ordered. This also applies to Germans. No quarantine is ordered for people such as commuters or business travellers who enter and leave Germany for necessary and unavoidable professional reasons, provided they do not show any symptoms of illness. At the borders with Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Denmark, temporary border controls continue to take place in coordination with the
neighbouring countries. Travellers are obliged to provide identity, travel route and contact details. The respective carriers must collect these details and send them to the responsible authorities. Effective 17 March, entry is suspended for non-EU and non-Schengen citizens by plane or ship. German citizens may continue to enter Germany. Citizens and foreign residents of EU member states, UK, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland and their family members can transit through Germany to reach their home countries. Exemptions also exist, regardless of nationality, for work-related reasons or to carry out a professional activity or contractual services (including commuters, seasonal workers, EU parliamentarians, accredited diplomats). This must be proven by carrying suitable documents (e.g. employment contract, order documents, crossborder commuter card). Entry by third-country nationals with Schengen visas for tourist purposes is no longer permitted.
|Ghana||Effective 20 April for at least a further 2 weeks, all borders are closed to all travellers until further notice. Returning Ghanaians and foreign national residence permit holders are exempt but are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine if showing symptoms.|
|Greece||Effective 20 March, all travellers of any nationality will be subject to a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Entry is suspended until 15 May for non-EU nationals (with the exemption of family members of EU nationals and holders of EU long-term residence
permits, Greek residence permits and long-term visas). Flights to and from Turkey, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, UK and Germany are suspended until 15 May (with the exception of flights between Germany and Athens). Consular visa applications are suspended until further notice. The consulates are operating mainly for the repatriation of Greek nationals who have a serious reason to return to Greece.
|Grenada||International travelers to Grenada who have been to Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Iran, Italy, or Germany in the last 14 days are subject to quarantine or other restrictions.|
|Guatemala||The suspension of entry for all nationalities is extended until further notice. Guatemalan citizens, permanent residents and diplomatic staff can enter but are subject to quarantine. Foreign nationals who wish to leave Guatemala can do so, provided there is no entry restriction imposed by the governments of the destination countries.|
|Guinea||Travelers coming from any country with active transmission cases, including the U.S., will be required to report their temperature to Ministry of Health officials twice a day for 14 days. Passengers must bring their own thermometers. Positive cases will be quarantined at the Ministry of Health center.|
|Guinea-Bissau||No travel restrictions have been implemented in response to COVID-19, and no visa services have been suspended.|
|Guyana||Effective 24 March, the processing and issuance of visas and landing permits is suspended until further notice. Effective immediately until 1 May, all international passenger flights to and from Guyana are suspended.|
|Haiti||Airlines operating in Haiti to take measures to prevent the boarding of passengers coming from “red zone”, countries with a high risk of contamination of COVID-19 virus. All flights to and from Haiti and destinations in the Dominican Republic, Canada, Latin America and Europe will be suspended for two weeks.|
|Honduras||Entry is suspended for all nationalities via air, land and sea. Honduran citizens, foreign residents and diplomats can enter but must undergo self-quarantine on arrival.|
|Hungary||Effective 17 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals except foreign residents who are family members of Hungarian citizens. Consular application submission and processing are suspended.|
|Iceland||Incoming passengers are urged to contact a doctor if they have visited China, Iran, Italy, The Alps, or South Korea and are showing flu symptoms.|
|India||The suspension of all international commercial passenger services is extended until 17 May at 23:59 hours IST. At the time of this alert. The Indian government has not announced an extension of the suspension of visa services in line with the above, although this is anticipated. The suspension of all Indian visa services (excluding in-country registration, visa extension and other in-country services) has been extended until 3 May. Incoming travellers, including Indian nationals are required to complete and submit a self-declaration form and undergo universal health screening at the designated health counters at all points of entry, may be quarantined for a minimum period of 14 days, and are advised to avoid non-essential travel.|
|Indonesia||The Ministry of Transportation has issued a clarification that the travel ban effective 24 April only applies to domestic transportation. Foreign nationals are thus allowed to leave Indonesia. Qualifying ITAS and ITAP holders are thus allowed to enter Indonesia. Entry and transit are suspended for all foreign nationals arriving from all countries with COVID-19 outbreaks. Indonesian citizens and their foreign spouse and children, and holders of Indonesian temporary stay permit (ITAS) or permanent stay permit (ITAP) are exempt, as long as they have a health certificate (“fit to fly” certificate) and letter stating that they agree to be quarantined by the Indonesian government for 14 days. Visa application submission, processing and issuance are suspended.|
|Iran||A number of airlines have suspended flights to and from Iran. Those traveling to or from Iran should verify the status of their flight.|
|Iraq||Effective immediately until 22 May, all inbound and outbound flights are suspended. The nationwide curfew has been eased during Ramadan, but and all inbound and outbound flights remain suspended. Effective immediately, entry is suspended for travellers of any nationality, except Iraqi citizens, from China, Iran, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Italy, France, Spain, Singapore, Kuwait and Bahrain.|
|Ireland||Irish borders remain open, although persons arriving in Ireland are required to restrict their movements for 14 days|
|Israel||The suspension of entry for all foreign nationals is extended until at least 16 May. Exemptions exist for citizens or residents of Israel and those who have received extraordinary permission from the Population and Immigration Authority. Effective 9 March for Israeli nationals and 12 March for non-Israeli nationals, all arrivals to Israel are required to spend 14 days in home isolation. Non-Israeli nationals will only be permitted to enter if they obtain pre-approval at the Israeli consulate abroad, of the location of the residence where they will be isolated. Hotel rooms cannot be used for home isolation. Israel has banned visa and work permit issuance and entry of non-Israeli nationals who have visited China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, South Korea, Italy, Egypt or Japan, and of nationals of those countries.|
|Italy||COVID-19 entry restrictions are extended until 3 May. All arrivals from abroad are required to complete a self-certification form declaring their purpose of travel, their place of departure and the address of their destination in Italy, and to present this to the carrier before boarding. They must inform the local health authority (ASL) upon arrival. All arrivals must self-isolate for 14 days from entry. Foreign nationals can enter for justifiable work reasons may postpone the 14-day quarantine for up to 72 hours (extendable by another 48 hours) if strictly necessary. Transit through Italy, from one foreign country to another, for the purpose of travelling home as quickly as possible and without any unnecessary stopovers, is allowed, for work requirements, medical needs or reasons of absolute necessity. Italian nationals, or foreign nationals resident in Italy, who are abroad temporarily (for tourism, business or other reasons) are allowed to return to Italy. Italian nationals obliged to leave the foreign country where they were working (because they’ve lost their job or home) are likewise allowed to return to Italy.|
|Jamaica||All travelers entering the island with recent travel to China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, and the United Kingdom may be denied entry or will be subject to immediate quarantine or isolation if symptomatic.|
|Japan||Entry is suspended for travellers of any nationality who have in the previous 14 days visited Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Canada, United States, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican, Bahrain, Iran, Israel, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Côte d’Ivoire, DR Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Mauritius or
Morocco. Entry is also suspended for foreign nationals who have Chinese passports issued in Hubei Province or Zhejiang Province of China. Travellers of any nationality who have in the previous 14 days visited any of the travel ban countries are subject to conducting a PCR test. Effective until the end of May 2020, all nationals arriving from all regions must wait 14 days at a location designated by the quarantine station chief and must refrain from using public transportation. Exemptions to the entry ban may be possible for foreign nationals with the status of “Permanent Resident”, “Spouse or Child of Japanese National”, “Spouse or Child of Permanent Resident” or “Long Term Resident” who departed Japan with re-entry permission by 2 April; or who departed Japan with re-entry permission between 3 April and 28 April and have only visited the 14 countries added to the travel ban effective 29 April (United Arab Emirates, Antigua and Barbuda, Ukraine, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Saint Christopher and Nevis, Dominican Republic, Barbados, Belarus, Peru, Russia).
|Jordan||The suspension of all commercial passenger flights and all land and sea traffic is extended until 11 May. The nationwide curfew is extended throughout Ramadan.|
|Kazakhstan||The state of emergency is extended until 11 May. Also extended, therefore, are the suspension of entry for all foreign nationals, other than diplomats and permanent residents; and the suspension of exit for all Kazakh nationals (other than for medical treatment). The unilateral visa-free regime for nationals for nationals of 57 countries is suspended until 1 November 2020. Citizens of these countries will be unable to visit Kazakhstan without a visa This does not apply to nationals of countries which have signed bilateral agreements on visa-free travel. Foreign nationals currently in Kazakhstan under the unilateral visa-free regime can exit the country during the state of emergency if there are flights to their home countries.|
|Kenya||All international commercial passenger flights are suspended. Effective immediately, entry is suspended for all individuals entering Kenya from any country with reported COVID-19 cases. Kenyan citizens and foreign national residence permit holders are permitted to enter but will be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. All individuals that have entered the country since the end of February must selfquarantine for 14 days.|
|Kiribati||Travelers originating from countries with ongoing local transmission of COVID-19 restricted from entry.|
|Kosovo||Both air and land travel are severely restricted and many land borders are effectively closed in both directions. Check with airlines, or the airport and border authorities, for the most up-to-date information.|
|Kuwait||Effective 17 March, all arrivals not subject to government quarantine must not go to work and stay in touch with medical doctors and the Ministry of Health. Effective 17 March, travellers arriving from South Korea, Egypt, UK, Germany, France, Spain and USA as well as China, Hong Kong, Italy, Iran and Iraq are subject to government quarantine for at least 14 days. Effective 13 March, until further notice, all commercial flights to and from Kuwaithave been suspended. Effective 8 March, visitors of any nationality, including holders of visit visas or residence permits, arriving from China, Hong Kong, Iraq, Iran or Italy, will be subject to hospital quarantine. Visitors of any nationality, including holders of visit visas or residence permits, arriving from Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Germany, France, Spain, Bangladesh, India, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, USA, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK, Belgium, Sweden, Norway or Azerbaijan will be subject to home quarantine. Effective 7 March, all flights have been suspended from and to Bangladesh, Philippines, India, Sri Lanka, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt. All travellers to Kuwait of any nationality, including those with a valid residence permit or entry visa, who have visited these countries in the previous 14 days are banned from entry. Kuwaiti citizens who have visited these countries are allowed to enter, provided they submit to the necessary quarantine procedures. Kuwait will temporarily not allow Gulf citizens to enter the country using their national identity cards. The civil aviation authorities have suspended all flights to and from South Korea,Thailand and Italy. Effective 8 March, all passengers (other than Kuwaiti citizens) arriving from China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Italy, Russia, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Iran, Philippines, India, Bangladesh, Egypt, Syria, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Sri Lanka, Georgia and Lebanon must undergo a medical examination, before entering Kuwait, confirming they are free of COVID-19. The examination certificate must be issued by a health centre approved by a Kuwaiti embassy.|
|Kyrgyzstan||Effective 19 March until further notice, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals except permanent residents and family members of Kyrgyz citizens, employees of diplomatic missions and consular offices of foreign states and employees of international organizations. The issuance of entry visas is suspended until further notice.|
|Laos||All international borders remain closed until further notice. Foreign nationals working or studying in Laos will be granted authorization to return home. The issuance of visas is suspended for travellers from countries suffering from coronavirus outbreaks. Exceptions can be made for mandated experts, public officials, and foreign workers entering the country to work on important and necessary projects. However, they must undergo proper testing and be quarantined for 14 days at designated centres.|
|Latvia||Effective 16 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals other than permanent residents of Latvia. Citizens and permanent residents of Latvia can enter the country after this date. Land borders with Russia and Belarus will be closed to public and private transport. International air traffic is suspended (apart from certain repatriation flights).|
|Lebanon||A nationwide lockdown is extended until 10 May. Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport is closed. Effective 18 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals. Effective 16 March, all air, land and seaports are closed.|
|Lesotho||Borders have been closed.|
|Liberia||Effective immediately, entry is suspended for all foreign travellers arriving from countries with more than 200 cases of COVID-19. A state of emergency has been extended until 26 May.|
|Liechtenstein||People from high-risk countries and areas will be refused entry into Liechtenstein. Exceptions are possible, for example for people who live or work in Liechtenstein.|
|Lithuania||Effective 4 April, air and sea passenger travel is suspended. Exemptions have been made for the Kiel (Germany) – Klaipeda ferry route and for routes with special authorization from the Lithuanian government. Repatriation flights continue to operate. Effective 15 March, entry is suspended for foreign nationals and exit is suspended for Lithuanian nationals. Individuals arriving from foreign countries will be subject to 14-day mandatory quarantine.|
|Luxembourg||Effective 18 March for an initial one-month period, entry is suspended for thirdcountry nationals. Exemptions exist for citizens of the EU, Schengen countries and the UK and their family members to return to their place of residence; long-term residents; health professionals; transport workers; cross-border workers from France Belgium and Germany; diplomats and employees of international organisations; transit passengers; and those travelling for urgent and justified family reasons.|
|Madagascar||Effective 20 March for 30 days, all flights are suspended. Effective 15 March for 30 days, all cruise ships are suspended from entering any port.|
|Malawi||Effective 1 April, until further notice, all international flights to and from Malawi are suspended. Flights carrying medical professionals, essential health equipment and emergency relief items are exempted. Flights carrying returning Malawi citizens and residents or cargo will be handled on a case by case basis. The entry ban on foreign nationals arriving from countries seriously affected by COVID-19 remains in place. Malawi residents and nationals arriving from COVID-19 affected countries will be required to self or institutional quarantine. Additionally, authorities have suspended the issuance of visas to foreigners from countries affected by COVID-19.|
|Malaysia||All Malaysian nationals in Singapore intending to return to Malaysia by land will need to apply for an “entry permit” from the Malaysian High Commission, in addition to the exit requirements of the Singapore Ministry of Manpower. During the MCO period, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals, including valid pass/permit holders. Malaysian citizens and permanent residence (PR) holders can enter but are subject to 14 days of self-quarantine. The same goes for the spouses and children of Malaysian citizens holding a Long-Term Social Visit Pass, foreign diplomats and their spouses and children. Foreign national residence permit holders and Malaysian citizens who are citizens or residents of another country can exit to that country but cannot return to Malaysia before the MCO ends. Malaysian citizens and PR holders, including those who hold work permits for Singapore or Thailand and commute daily by land, are not permitted to exit Malaysia. All travel between East and West Malaysia is restricted. Transit through Kuala Lumpur International airport, without going through an immigration checkpoint, is allowed. Malaysian citizens and PR holders transiting at the Malaysian border with Brunei may be allowed to exit and enter at the discretion of the immigration authorities.|
|Maldives||Individuals with travel from the below countries or regions within 14 days prior to travel will not be allowed to enter or transit Maldives. This list may be expanded with little advance notice. Travelers are encouraged to check travel restrictions with their airline. China (effective 4 February)
Iran (effective 26 February)
Italy (effective 8 March)
Bangladesh (effective 10 March)
South Korean regions of North Pyeongyang Province and South Gyeonggi province. (effective 9 March)
Germany (Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Wurttemberg) (effective 15 March)
Spain (effective 15 March)
France (effective 15 March
Cruise ship arrivals are halted (effective 26 February) Travelers are required to fill out a health questionnaire upon arrival. Thermal scans are being conducted on travelers at Velana International Airport, Addu International Airport, and Hanimaadhoo International Airport.
|Mali||All flights from affected countries are suspended. Travellers arriving in Mali with symptoms of COVID-19 will be transported to an isolation site for testing.|
|Malta||All incoming flights are suspended. All arrivals from all countries are subject to self-quarantine for 14 days.|
|Marshall Islands||The RMI has suspended all incoming international travelers via air until March 22, 2020. The RMI has suspended all air and sea travel to and from the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Italy, Japan, and Iran. Travelers that have visited or transited these countries after December 31, 2019 will be denied entry into the RMI.|
|Mauritania||All flights to and from Mauritania are suspended and most border points are closed.|
|Mauritius||The Mauritian Government has announced that as from Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 20:00 GMT, non-residents coming from or through the European Union, U.K., and Switzerland will not be allowed to enter Mauritius for the next 14 days. Mauritian citizens and foreign residents will automatically be quarantined for 14 days. Non-residents from Reunion Island will not be allowed to enter Mauritius for the next 14 days as from March 16, 2020 at 20:00 GMT.|
|Mexico||Effective 20 April, the US and Mexico have agreed to extend restrictions on nonessential travel across their shared border for 30 additional days. Cross-border trade and regular commuters will not be blocked. The suspension of all processes taking place at Mexican consulates is extended until 30 May.|
|Micronesia||Persons traveling to the FSM from COVID-19 countries will be permitted to enter. Only travelers originating from Hubei province in China will be banned from entering the FSM. Persons traveling to Pohnpei State are required to present a medical certificate and be quarantined for 14 days. FSM airport officials are checking the temperature of all arriving passengers.|
|Moldova||Effective 17 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals.|
|Mongolia||All inbound travel from foreign locations to Mongolia has been suspended from March 13 until at least March 28. All commercial flights, passenger rail, auto, and pedestrian traffic into Mongolia are suspended during this time period. According to some reports, travelers can still depart Mongolia overland to Russia, but this is uncertain. All air travel to/from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau is suspended until March 30. Individuals who have traveled to China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, the Islamic Republic of Iran, and/or Italy within 14 days of their intended arrival in Mongolia will not be allowed to enter the country. Travelers have been subject to health screenings and quarantine upon entry to Mongolia.|
|Montenegro||Ban on entry to Montenegro for foreigner nationals, except for foreign nationals with temporary or permanent residence and cargo drivers.|
|Morocco||Effective until 31 May, all international flights to and from Morocco are suspended.|
|Mozambique||The entry and exit of persons in and from Mozambique is limited – the borders partially closed. Exceptions include matters of State interest, humanitarian aid, health, and cargo transport. Effective 23 March, for at least 30 days, the issuance of entry visas is suspended, and all issued visas which expire during this period are cancelled. All arrivals of any nationality from any country of origin are subject to 14 days of quarantine. Mandatory 14-day home quarantine for all persons (i) who have entered the Country two weeks prior the implementation of the State of Emergency, (ii) those arriving in the country and for (iii) all persons who have had direct contact with individuals with confirmed cases of COVID-19, pursuant to preventive measures established by the Ministry of Health.|
|Myanmar (formerly Burma)||The suspension of international passenger flights, the suspension of issuance of visas on arrival and e-visas, and the suspension of already-issued visas, are extended until 15 May. Myanmar’s land borders are closed to foreign nationals.|
|Namibia||Effective immediately, Namibia has issued a travel ban for all Schengen States, China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, UK and USA. Nationals from such countries will not be issued with a visa at the airport for the next 30 days. All citizens and permanent residence holders arriving from high-risk countries will be subject to supervised quarantine. The borders to South Africa remain open for the return of citizens and foreigners existing. In addition a travel suspension for 30 days has been announced for all locals. All flights to and from Qatar, Ethiopia and Germany are suspended for 30 days.|
|Nauru||Nauru has announced entry restrictions for any travelers who have traveled from or through China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Italy, or Iran in the 21 days prior to traveling to Nauru. Nauru has also announced entry restrictions for any travelers with “direct or indirect” involvement with a vessel with a confirmed case of coronavirus, including the Diamond Princess cruise ship (docked in Japan) and the Grand Princess cruise ship (off the coast of California). Exceptions are made for travelers who have undergone medical screening and quarantine not less than 14 days, and passed a travel history review by the Nauru Health Department.|
|Nepal||Nepal announced the suspension of visas upon arrival for nationals from any country from midnight on March 14 until April 30, 2020. Those travelers already possessing a prior valid Nepali visa will be required to submit a swab test PCR health certificate issued a maximum of seven (7) days before arrival to Nepal to the immigration office at Tribhuvan International Airport. This suspension was in addition to the March 10 suspension of visas upon arrival for nationals from eight (8) countries (China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea, and Spain) until further notice.|
|Netherlands||Effective until 15 May, entry is suspended for non-essential travel of persons from third countries (countries apart from the EU, Schengen and the UK), including tourist visa holders. The travel restriction does not apply to EU citizens (including UK nationals) and their family members, nationals of Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and their family members, third-country nationals holding a residence card or permit, right to residence long-stay visa or temporary residence permit (MVV), transit passengers, cross-border workers and others working in essential functions. People outside Europe with a positive decision on a residence permit application but without an MVV, or with an expired residence permit, cannot enter the country. Visa services at Dutch embassies, consulates and external service providers such as VFS Global are suspended until further notice.|
|New Zealand||Effective 19 March, entry is suspended for all non-resident foreign nationals. The following are exempt: NZ citizens and residence visa holders (if they have previously travelled to New Zealand on this residence visa); NZ residents with valid travel conditions; the immediate family of NZ citizens or residents, if travelling together with their NZ citizen ore resident family member; Australian citizens and permanent residents who normally live in NZ; aircraft and marine crew. Exceptions will be considered for humanitarian reasons, health and other essential workers, citizens of Samoa and Tonga for essential travel to NZ, and holders of visitor visas who are the dependent family member of a temporary or student visa holder currently resident in NZ. Exception requests may be submitted via the INZ website. Importantly, exceptions are being granted very rarely. If granted, an invitation will be issued to apply for a visitor visa, or to vary an existing visa (as applicable). Anyone allowed to enter must still self-isolate for 14 days. Transit through NZ is only permitted for Australian or New Zealand citizens or residents (including immediate family) with a final destination of Australia. Anyone transiting through NZ must remain at the airport, and not enter New Zealand. Visa waiver travel for tourism or business is suspended.|
|Nicaragua||The Nicaraguan government has not imposed any restrictions as a result of the worldwide outbreak. Travelers do not need any particular documentation to enter/exit Nicaragua; unless arriving from a country with known Yellow Fever risk, then one must produce proof of vaccination against Yellow Fever administered at least 10 days prior to entering the zone of risk. Airport and immigration officials in Nicaragua have required travelers to report if they have visited any of the countries significantly affected by COVID-19.|
|Nigeria||Effective until 7 May, entry and exit are suspended for all foreign and Nigerian nationals. Issuance of visas on arrival and temporary work permits is suspended.
Travellers entering Nigeria from any country are subject to self-isolation for at least 14 days at home.
|North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia)||The government of North Macedonia states it will deny entry to foreign citizens who have traveled within the past 14 days to high or medium risk countries.|
|Norway||Persons who were granted a residence permit before 20 April 2020 and hold a visa-free or hold a valid entry visa are permitted to enter Norway. If travel to Norway is impossible within the validity of the visa or before the given entry date, a letter can be sent to the immigration authority (UDI) requesting an extension. The UDI are processing applications for residence permits from persons who are abroad after these cases have been delayed for a few weeks. However, most people who receive a residence permit from 20 April onwards cannot travel to Norway yet, unless otherwise stated in the decision letter for the residence permit. Those who may be permitted to enter include minor children (under 18 years old) without necessary care outside Norway; and spouses or cohabitants of Norwegian citizens, and any children, if the family has lived together in an established family life abroad. Entry is suspended for all foreign nationals without a residence permit. All Norwegian citizens and persons who live or work in Norway will continue to be let into the country. Exemptions are provided for European Economic Area (EEA) citizens and their family members who live and/or work in Norway. All travellers from abroad must enter 14 days’ quarantine when arriving in Norway regardless of the departure country – services within these 14 days will therefore not be possible. Persons who cross the border between Sweden and Norway, or Finland and Norway, while traveling between their residence and place of work, are exempt from quarantine duty as long as they are in employment.|
|Oman||Effective 29 March, all international and domestic flights are suspended. Effective 17 March, entry is suspended by land sea and air for all individuals, exceptcitizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. All individuals entering Oman will be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine. Oman has suspended all tourist visas, including those already issued, for all nationalities for one month, effective 15 March. Entry is suspended for any travellers who have visited significantly-affected countries.|
|Pakistan||All international flights are suspended.|
|Palau||Palau has imposed an entry ban on all travelers with travel history originating from or transiting through mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau within fourteen days of their arrival in Palau, effective February 1 (Office of the President). Palau suspended all flights from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau, effective February 1 (France 24).|
|Palestine||On 6 March, the Palestinian Authority announced a month long state of emergency for COVID-19. Tourist and religious sites will be closed, and the hotel reservations of foreign tourists will be cancelled. The Palestinian Authority may also impose quarantine if you’re entering the West Bank or Gaza from a range of countries.|
|Panama||The suspension of all commercial international flights to and from Panama is extended until 22 May. Effective 17 March, entry is suspended to all individuals other than citizens and foreign residents of Panama.|
|Papua New Guinea||Processing of visas on arrival is currently suspended. All travelers must obtain a valid physical visa or eVisa prior to arrival. Travelers who have been to or transited through mainland China, Italy, Iran, Japan, or South Korea in the 14 days prior to their intended arrival in Papua New Guinea will not be allowed to board or enter. The land border with Indonesia is closed.|
|Paraguay||Effective 22 March for 30 days, all international flights into and out of the country are suspended.|
|Peru||The State of Emergency has been extended until 10 May. Entry and all international passenger transport by air, sea, land and river is suspended. All passengers entering Peru need to submit a sworn health statement. Nationals of and travellers who have visited identified high-risk countries must undergo a 14-day quarantine period.|
|Philippines||Effective 3 May, all commercial flights to and from the Philippines are suspended for one week. Entry is suspended for foreign nationals, including holders of immigrant or nonimmigrant visas, and visa-exempt nationals. All previously issued visas will be deemed cancelled. Visas issued to foreign spouses and children of Filipino nationals, accredited foreign government and international organization officials and their dependents will remain valid for entry. Visa issuance at Philippines consulates, and visa-free privileges, are temporarily suspended until further notice. This temporary suspension has no impact on foreign nationals that are already in the country or on holders of visas issued by other government agencies. All inbound Filipino citizens including any foreign spouse and children, holders of Permanent Resident Visas, and holders of 9(e) Diplomat Visas issued by the Philippines Government will be allowed entry, subject to applicable quarantine procedures if coming from certain countries.|
|Poland||Effective immediately, the existing suspension of entry for foreign nationals is extended until 3 May. Foreign work permit holders are exempt, provided they present documents confirming they will start work immediately on entry. Also exempt are holders of an employer’s declaration on entrusting work to a foreign national and EU citizens holding EU registration certificates, foreign spouses or children of Polish citizens, Pole’s Card holders, Polish diploma holders and diplomatic staff. EU citizens are only allowed to enter through certain border checkpoints and must go through border control. Border controls with Schengen countries have been reintroduced from 15 to 24 March. The Polish border with Germany, Lithuania, Czech Republic and Slovakia can only be crossed in designated places. Border traffic is suspended at 7 border checkpoints with Ukraine, 5 with Belarus and 2 with Russia. Border control is also carried out at 4 seaports and 17 airports. All international flights are suspended. International parcels cannot be posted at the Polish National Post Office All persons entering Poland, including Polish citizens, must undergo a 14-day quarantine period.|
|Portugal||Entry is suspended for most non-resident, non-EU foreign nationals. Flights are suspended to countries outside the EU/EEA, except for UK, US, Canada, Venezuela, South Africa and Portuguese-speaking countries. Flights to Brazil are limited to Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Flights to and from Italy are suspended. Any foreign national seeking entry must present a letter explaining the reason and may not be permitted to enter.|
|Qatar||Beginning on March 18, there will be no incoming passenger flights to Doha for a period of two-weeks. The flight ban will last two weeks and can be renewed by the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management (SCCM). The flight ban only refers to arriving passenger flights, cargo and transiting passengers are still permitted to utilize the airport. The ban does not apply to Qatari citizens provided they accept a mandatory two-week quarantine upon arrival. All flights into Doha’s Hamad International Airport are suspended. Entry is suspended for all those intending to travel from Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Syria and Thailand, including visas upon arrival, those with a residence or work permit, and temporary visitors.|
|Romania||Effective 22 March, entry is suspended for foreign nationals. This does not apply to Romanian citizens and their family members, holders of long-stay visas or residence permits, family members of nationals of an EEA member state, Switzerland or UK, with a residence in Romania or those moving for professional purposes as evidenced by a visa or residence permit. Effective 22 March, Passengers who transited through or have been in mainland China, Italy, Iran or South Korea are not permitted to enter Romania. This does not apply to nationals of Romania and residents of Romania. Nationals and residents of Romania who transited through or have been in mainland China, Italy, Iran or South Korea in the last 14 days will be put into quarantine/selfisolation and must complete a declaration form. Passengers who show no symptoms and arrive from countries with more than 500 confirmed COVID-19 cases will be put into 14 days of self-isolation and must complete a declaration form. Effective 16 March, all flights to and from China, Italy, Iran and South Korea are suspended. Many flights to and from Spain, Germany and France have been cancelled. Anyone travelling to Romania from countries with at least 500 registered COVID-19 cases may be screened on arrival and may be quarantined.|
|Russia||The suspension of entry is extended indefinitely.
Entry into Russia is permitted for a foreign national’s close family members (spouses, parents, children), guardians or trustees of Russian citizens on presentation of proof of relationship, travelling with their Russian citizen family member; permanent residents; diplomats and other officials and their family members; persons holding private visas related to the death of close relatives; persons transiting through air border checkpoints without crossing the Russian border; participants in the state program for relocation of compatriots living abroad, provided they have valid ID documents recognized as such by Russian Federation as well as a certificate of participation (and their family members); persons, participating in installation and technical support of foreign; equipment, listed in an application made to the respective government agency, which then has to be approved by the Federal Security Service.
The following categories of Russian citizens are now exempt from the closure of land borders: diplomats and officials and their family members; drivers and crew members; Russian citizens exiting Russia, in connection to the death of a close relative; those permanently residing on the territory of Kaliningradskaya region, travelling by train through Russia to Kaliningradskaya region and back, provided they can demonstrate permanent registration in Kaliningrad (stamp in their passport); those permanently residing on the territories of Donetsk and Lugansk, provided they have Russian passport; Military personnel; Employees of organizations, which are involved in the building of crucial energy infrastructure on the territories of foreign countries in accordance with international agreements of Russian Federation in the sphere of nuclear power; Those who have citizenship or permanent residence in a foreign country for a one-way trip to their place of permanent residence; citizens of all countries entering Russia are subject to home quarantine for 14 calendar days from the day of arrival.
All international flights are suspended. Foreign nationals are permitted to exit Russia but will not be allowed to re-enter.
|Rwanda||Effective 21 March for at least two weeks, all borders are closed to foreign nationals. Rwandan citizens will be subject to a compulsory 14-day government quarantine. Effective 20 March, all commercial passenger flights are suspended for 30 days.|
|Samoa||Samoa has instituted entry requirements in response to COVID-19. All travelers must complete a Special Health Declaration form and there is compulsory screening for all travelers at all ports of entry. As of February 21st, travelers who have been to or transited through mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand must spend at least 14-days in a country free of COVID-19 and must be tested for the virus before traveling to Samoa. As of February 21st, travelers who have been to or transited through Taiwan, Malaysia, Australia, Vietnam, California, France, Germany, Canada, and the United Arab Emirates must undergo a medical examination and a medical clearance within three days of traveling to Samoa.|
|Sao Tome and Principe||São Tomé and Príncipe has not yet instituted any restrictions on travel.|
|Saudi Arabia||Effective 16 March, entry is suspended to most governmental sectors other than medical, military, security and electronic security sectors. All international flights to and from Saudi Arabia are suspended indefinitely. Saudi Arabia has temporarily suspended entry for the purposes of religious pilgrimage. Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC ) nationals including KSA nationals are required to use their passports instead of their ID Cards for entry to and exit from Saudi Arabia, and to demonstrate no infection over 14 days before entry. Holders of multiple re-entry visit visas, including business visit visas and work visit visas, can re-enter the country provided they did not visit any country affected by COVID-19 in the previous 14 days.|
|Senegal||All international flights are suspended until at least 1 June.|
|Serbia||Serbia intends to resume some passenger flights between 4 May and 11 May. Effective 20 March, Serbia has closed its road, rail, air, water and sea borders. Effective 15 March, entry is suspended for foreign nationals other than full-time residents and diplomats. Serbian citizens and foreign residents who enter must selfisolate at home for 14 days. Those who, in the previous 14 days, have visited Italy, Switzerland, Iran, Spain, Germany, France, Austria, Slovenia or Greece, are subject to quarantine for 28 days.|
|Seychelles||Effective from 18th March 2020, 2 any passenger who has been to ANY country in Europe, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland and the French Departments of Reunion and Mayotte, in the last 14 days (except returning Seychellois citizens) will NOT be allowed to enter Seychelles. In the event that a person who has been to ANY country in Europe, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland and the French Departments of Reunion and Mayotte, in the last 14 days (except returning Seychellois citizens) arrives in Seychelles, he/she will not be allowed entry and the carrier airline or vessel will be responsible for the immediate return of the passenger.|
|Sierra Leone||Effective 22 March, all international commercial flights are suspended. Effective 16 March, travellers who visited an affected country in the previous 14 days are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.|
|Singapore||Effective 9 April, all Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass holders returning from all countries will be required to serve a 14-day self-isolation at dedicated Stay-Home Notice (SHN) facilities instead of their own homes. The Singapore Government will absorb the costs involved and will organise transportation to send returnees directly to these designated hotels to serve the selfisolation. They will have their own room, toilet and meals are provided. No visitors are allowed at the designated hotels. All returnees who disregard prevailing travel advisories and left Singapore from 27 March, are required to bear the full cost of their 14-day SHN at dedicated SHN facilities. Effective 27 March, any travellers (including Singapore citizens, permanent residents, long term pass holders) arriving into Singapore must first submit a Health Declaration via the new SG Arrival Card e-Service on the Immigration Checkpoint Authority ‘ICA’s’ website at SGAC e-Service up to 3 days in advance of their travel to Singapore. Singaporeans and long-term pass holders will need to select “Residents”
on the SGAC e-Service page. Effective 23 March, entry and transit are suspended for all short-term visitors from anywhere in the world. Furthermore, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will only allow the entry/ return of work pass holders, including their dependents, for those providing essential services, such as in healthcare and transport. MOM will revoke the license of any Employment Agents who encourage or assist a person to breach their SHN. If the SHN is breached, MOM will take action against the employer and the employee. Effective 27 March, any Singaporean or Long Term Pass holder who leaves Singapore in disregard of the prevailing travel advisories will be charged at unsubsidised rates for their inpatient stay at public hospitals, if they are admitted for suspected COVID-19 and have onset of symptoms within 14 days of returning to Singapore.
Effective 27 March, any work pass holder or his/her dependent who leaves Singapore from will be de-prioritised for MOM entry approval and could see significant delays before they are allowed to return to Singapore if they persist in travelling abroad and return infected.
|Slovakia||Effective 13 March, only Slovak citizens and foreign nationals with temporary or permanent residence in Slovakia will be allowed to enter the country. Those living in Austria/Hungary but working in Slovakia or those living in Slovakia and working in neighbouring countries should provide proof from their employer to be shown at the border crossing. All Slovak citizens and foreign nationals with temporary and permanent residence in Slovakia who return from abroad must enter a 14-day quarantine at home, with the exception of those who live in a neighbouring country and commute to work in Slovakia. All 3 international airports are closed until at least 14 May, and international bus and train transport is restricted. All arrivals from China, Iran, Italy and South Korea and their family members must undergo a 14-day quarantine period.|
|Slovenia||A ban on commercial flights from the EU is extended until 12 May. Arrivals via the border with Italy will have to present an official certificate of testing negative for COVID-19, in Slovenian, Italian or English, issued within the previous 3 days. Without a certificate, they may still be admitted if they are asymptomatic.|
|Solomon Islands||Effective 22 March, entry is suspended for all non-citizens. Residents returning from countries with COVID-19 cases will be permitted to enter but will be subject to mandatory 14-days quarantine.|
|Somalia||Somalia has implemented health screening and immigration controls for all travelers arriving to Mogadishu. Both Somali and foreign nationals with recent travel to China, Iran, South Korea and Italy will not be allowed to board flights to Somalia. Health screenings are being implemented under the guidance of UN and World Health Organization representatives in Mogadishu.|
|South Africa||Effective 4 May, South Africa’s lockdown is downgraded slightly to level 4. However, the travel ban remains in effect. The following countries are currently deemed high-risk: China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, USA and UK. All those who arrived from a high-risk country after 9 March will be subject to a 14- day quarantine period. Effective 18 March, until further notice, a travel ban applies to individuals of all nationalities travelling from high-risk countries. Foreign nationals who have visited high-risk countries since 15 March do not qualify to be issued with temporary until further notice. All temporary visas issued to nationals of high-risk countries who were outside South Africa on or after 15 March have been revoked, whether the holder had already travelled to South Africa and then exited again, or has not yet entered South Africa with the visa. All Port of Entry Visas issued to Chinese and Iranian passport holders on or before 15 March for the purposes of visiting South Africa, are deemed to be cancelled and declared null and void. This does not apply to all categories of Temporary Residence Visa. All foreign nationals who arrived in South Africa since mid-February are subject to full testing. South African citizens returning to South Africa will be confined to their hotels for a 14-day quarantine. Citizens of high-risk countries who are resident in countries which are not deemed to be high risk and who have not visited a high-risk country on or after February 15, 2020 may apply for a visa to visit South Africa once the lockdown has been lifted. Visa waivers/exemptions for citizens holding passports of the aforementioned highrisk countries and Hong Kong, Singapore and Portugal, which are deemed mediumrisk countries, remain suspended. During the lockdown period, unless repatriation has been arranged by a foreign State with the South African Government, all foreign nationals who are currently in South Africa may not depart.|
|South Korea||Effective 13 April, visa waiver entry is suspended for nationals of countries which prohibit the visa-free entry of South Korean nationals. Effective 13 April all consular visa applicants must undergo a medical test at a designated hospital and an interview within 48 hours after application submission. Exact procedures and requirements will depend on the consulate of application. It is recommended that all nationals seeking to enter the country, including visa waiver nationals, obtain a visa issuance number and a visa in advance of travel. Effective 13 April all arrivals entering via United States (or from Europe as previously) are required to take a COVID-19 test within three days of entry, as well as undergoing a 14-day self-quarantine. Effective 1 April, all entrants from overseas, regardless of nationality, departure city and residential status in South Korea, are subject to mandatory 14-day quarantine. All arrivals are subject to mandatory screening at the airport on arrival, including undergoing fever checks, providing a Health Condition Declaration Form and contact details, and downloading a smartphone app allowing them to log their symptoms for 14 days. Further measures will be applied depending on whether they show suspected COVID-19 symptoms. Effective 9 March, the visa waiver for Japanese nationals is suspended. All Japanese nationals, including diplomatic and government official passport holders, intending to visit South Korea for any purpose, need to obtain a valid visa before entry. Visas issued in Japan before 9 March have been cancelled. An additional health report form must be submitted, and visa processing is likely to take at least two weeks.|
|South Sudan||The Government of South Sudan has initiated border entry screening at Juba International Airport. No visa services are suspended for any foreign nationals at this time.|
|Spain||The suspension of entry is extended until 10 May for those travelling from outside the EU and the Schengen area. Exceptions continue for nationals and residents of an EU or Schengen member state or Andorra going directly to their place of residence, and their family members; holders of a long-term visa issued by an EU or Schengen member state travelling to the country that issued the visa; cross-border workers; healthcare or elderly care professionals in the performance of their duties; transport of goods personnel; diplomats, international organizations, military personnel and members of humanitarian organizations in the performance of their duties; those traveling for imperative family reasons duly accredited; and those who can prove reasons of force majeure or situation of need, or whose entry is permitted for humanitarian reasons. Consular services are suspended.|
|Sri Lanka||All international commercial and passenger flights into Sri Lanka are suspended until 15 May. Entry is suspended for all nationalities until further notice.|
|Sudan||Effective 16 March until further notice, all air, sea and land borders are closed until further notice.|
|Suriname||The Government of Suriname announced the decision to close all ports of entry starting March 14, including airports, border ferry crossings, and land borders. The ban on arrivals to and departures from Suriname will be provisionally valid for 30 days.|
|Switzerland||Effective immediately, EU/EFTA nationals who have concluded an employment contract before 25 March 2020 and/or signed a lease agreement in Switzerland taking effect at the latest 1 April 2020, are exempt from the entry restrictions. Effective 11 May, workers from third countries who already have an authorization to work in Switzerland, but who were not issued a visa before 18 March because of the restrictions imposed on entry, are now permitted to collect their visas and enter the country.
Effective 11 May, family reunification for family members of Swiss citizens is again possible. The same applies for family members of people from EU/EFTA states living in Switzerland. Effective 25 March, the government has extended its entry restrictions to anyone (including EU/EFTA nationals) arriving from anywhere (except Liechtenstein). The only exemptions are for Swiss nationals, holders of valid Swiss work authorizations or residence permits, or for emergency situations. Entry restrictions measures are also extended to air traffic coming from anywhere. The Federal Migration Office has clarified what it considers cases of particular necessity and emergency, including entry to visit close family members (spouse, registered partner and minor children) regardless of the length or frequency of the visit; entry by the foreign spouse and foreign minor children of a Swiss citizen who wish to return to Switzerland with that Swiss citizen from their present home abroad because of the current situation (evacuation). However, in order to do this, foreign relatives of Swiss citizens require a residence permit or an assurance thereof, or a visa issued by Switzerland; working foreigners can transit through Switzerland in order to go to their workplace if they have a valid employment contract. Flights from abroad are only able to land at Zurich, Geneva or Basel airports.
|Tajikistan||Effective immediately, arrivals of any nationality who have recently visited China, Iran, Italy, the South Korea, Afghanistan, France, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, Norway, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Denmark or USA will be subject to 14-day quarantine.|
|Tanzania||There are no new restrictions currently in place as a result of the worldwide outbreak. Travelers do not currently need particular documentation to enter/exit beyond the existing requirements.|
|Thailand||Effective until 31 May, entry is suspended for foreign nationals, with the exception of diplomats, shippers, drivers, pilots, and some others. Thai nationals and non-Thai national work permit holders will be allowed to enter provided they have a fit-to-fly health certificate issued no more than 72 hours before travelling. All travellers entering Thailand will be required to undergo 14 days of state quarantine at a designated site. All international passenger flights into Thailand are suspended. The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand requires all travellers, of all nationalities, upon check-in to present a health certificate certifying that they pose no risk of being infected by COVID-19, issued no more than 72 hours previously and a health insurance policy showing minimum medical coverage of USD 100,000, covering Thailand and COVID-19. Passengers who do not present the required documents, will be denied boarding. On arrival, all travellers will have to present their health certificate, health insurance policy and completed form T.8 “AOT Airport of Thailand Application”. They must also download an Airports of Thailand mobile app to provide information about themselves and where they will be staying. Any person found to be in breach of the quarantine will face a fine of 20,000 baht. Effective until 30 September, the 15-day Visa on Arrival facility is suspended for nationals of Bulgaria, Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Russia,, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan and Vanuatu. Effective until 30 September, the 30-day visa exemption is suspended for nationals of Hong Kong, Italy and South Korea.|
|Togo||Effective 20 March for 15 days, all commercial international flights are suspended to and from highly-affected countries (including most European countries). Entry is suspended for all non-residents travelling from or transiting through these countries.|
|Tonga||Tonga has announced entry restrictions requiring international travelers (except Tongan citizens, permanent residents, and immediate family members) who either traveled from or through China, Italy, Iran, or either Daegu Province or Cheongdo County in South Korea to spend at least 14 days in self-quarantine in a country free of coronavirus prior to entering Tonga. Travelers covered by the travel restriction are then required to undergo medical clearance within three days of traveling to Tonga, and to provide the clearance to Tongan authorities before being granted entry. Failure to provide medical clearance could result in denial of entry or return to country of origin.|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Non-nationals will not be allowed entry into Trinidad and Tobago for fourteen days beginning midnight on Tuesday 17 March, 2020|
|Tunisia||The Government of Tunisia is now operating thermal cameras and/or frontal lasers at all ports of entry.|
|Turkey||Effective 27 March, all international flights to and from Turkey are suspended until further notice. Turkey’s land borders with Greece, Bulgaria, Iran, and Iraq are closed.|
|Turkmenistan||The Government of Turkmenistan announced that citizens of all countries in which there are confirmed cases of COVID-19, or travelers who have recently visited a country with confirmed cases will be subject to initial medical screening at border checkpoints and ports of entry, and possibly to involuntary quarantine for an unspecified period of time. On March 3, Government of Turkmenistan provided updated guidance requesting that foreign travelers limit travel to Turkmenistan for business or private purposes until April 1, 2020.|
|Tuvalo||The Government of Tuvalu announced restrictions prohibiting entry to Tuvalu of anyone who has been in China within 30 days of arrival in Tuvalu. This restriction includes entry to seafarers from foreign vessels that have been in China or “a high-risk country” (understood to be countries where coronavirus is present) in the last 30 days. Travelers who have been in a “high-risk country” must obtain a medical clearance three days prior to entering Tuvalu and must remain in a country other than those listed as “high-risk” for at least five days before reentering Tuvalu. Health screening will be conducted at Funafuti airport and seaport, and may also be conducted at Nausori (Fiji) Airport and Tarawa (Kiribati) Airport.|
|Uganda||Effective 23 March, all international flights and buses are suspended for an initial 30- day period.|
|Ukaine||On March 14, the Government of Ukraine announced that it is suspending all commercial passenger services, including flights, trains and passenger buses, to and from Ukraine for a period of two weeks beginning on March 17. All foreigners will be barred from entering Ukraine effective, March 16.|
|United Arab Emirates (UAE)||The UAE has suspended all flights to/from Iran and China, with the exception of flights to/from Beijing. Ferry service between the UAE and destinations in Iran have also been suspended. Passengers arriving in the UAE may undergo additional screening that may take up to eight hours. Authorities may also order UAE residents to self-quarantine in their homes for 14 days.|
|United Kingdom (UK)||Returning travellers or visitors arriving in the UK from Wuhan city and Hubei Province (mainland China), Daegu or Cheongdo (South Korea), Iran or any Italian town under containment measures should self-isolate, even if asymptomatic, and call NHS 111 to inform of recent travel.|
|United States of America (USA)||Effective 23 April for a period of 60 days (with an option to be continued “as necessary”), entry is suspended for first-time immigrant visa applicants. This does not apply to nonimmigrant entries (e.g., H-1B, L-1, O-1, E-1, E-2, E-3, TN, etc.), or foreign nationals already in the United States, including those applying for extensions of status, changes of status, or permanent residence through adjustment of status. Effective 20 April, the US, Mexico, and Canada have each agreed to extend restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for 30 additional days. Effective 21 March, the US-Canada and US-Mexico land borders are temporarily closed, for an initial period of 30 days, for non-essential travel, by mutual decision. Cross-border trade and regular commuters will not be blocked, among other exemptions. Effective 16 March, the travel ban is extended to the United Kingdom and Ireland. Effective 14 March, entry as immigrants or nonimmigrants is suspended for travellers of any nationality who have been in the Schengen area in the previous 14 days. This does not apply to US citizens or permanent residents (green card holders) or their family members, or to C (transit) or D (sea crewmember) nonimmigrants.Effective 29 February, foreign nationals (other than immediate family of US citizens, permanent residents, and flight crew) who have travelled in Iran within 14 days of their arrival, will be denied entry into the United States. Effective 31 January, foreign nationals (other than immediate family of US citizens, permanent residents, and flight crew) who have travelled in mainland China within 14 days of their arrival, will be denied entry into the United States.US citizens who have been in Hubei province within 14 days of their return will be subject to up to 14 days of mandatory quarantine. US citizens who have been in other areas of mainland China within 14 days of their return will undergo proactive entry health screening and up to 14 days of self- quarantine with health monitoring.|
|Uruguay||Uruguay has implemented travel restrictions for travelers coming to Uruguay from the following countries: Italy, China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Iran, France, Germany, Spain and the United States. All travelers originating from these countries will be subject to 14 days of obligatory quarantine.|
|Uzbekistan||Entry Restrictions -Effective 16 March, all international air and rail traffic is suspended. Uzbekistani citizens who decide to return home will be placed in 14-day quarantine.|
|Vanuatu||Travelers who have been to or transited through China, Hong Kong, Italy, Iran, Japan, Macao, Singapore, South Korea, or Taiwan in the 14 days prior to their intended arrival in Vanuatu will not be allowed to board or enter. Travelers who have been to or transited through China, Hong Kong, Italy, Iran, Japan, Macao, Singapore, South Korea, or Taiwan at any time since December 31, 2019 but who have not been or transited through those countries in 14 days prior to their intended arrival in Vanuatu may be allowed to board and enter but MUST obtain a medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner certifying that they are free from any respiratory illness consistent with or suspected of COVID-19.|
|Vietnam||The suspension of visa applications, processing and issuance for all foreign nationals and for all purposes is extended until further notice.Entry is temporarily suspended for all foreign nationals holding ordinary passports and visa categories TT,VR and DN and nationals of Vietnamese origin with a 3-year or 5-year visa waiver.
|Zambia||No international travel permitted.|
|Zimbabwe||Effective 23 March, entry is suspended for all foreign nationals. Zimbabwean citizens and residents are exempt.|