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JapanPartially restricted

Entry Restrictions

As of July 24, 2020, foreign nationals who fall into either of the following categories are prohibited from entering Japan:
(1) Foreign nationals who have visited (or transited through) any of the following locations within 14 days of their arrival in Japan:
Africa: Algeria, Botswana, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eswatini, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Republic of the Congo, Senegal, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan
Asia: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macau SAR, Mainland China, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Vietnam
Europe: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City
Middle East: Bahrain, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
North America: Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, United States
Oceania: Australia, New Zealand
South America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela
(2) Persons holding Chinese passports issued in Hubei Province or Zhejiang Province.

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

Visa Restrictions
The Japanese government has suspended the validity of single- and multiple-entry visas issued by Japanese embassies or consulates in numerous countries and regions prior to specific dates. Visa exemption agreements with numerous countries is suspended. Visa exemptions for holders of APEC Business Travel Cards issued by several countries is suspended. A complete list of visa suspensions is available from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website at the following URL: https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page4e_001053.html
South KoreaPartially restricted
From July 13, 2020, foreign nationals arriving from countries or regions deemed by the South Korean government to be at "high-risk" for COVID-19 must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed no more than 48 hours prior to departure for Korea by a hospital or medical services provider approved by the local Korean embassy or consulate. Currently, this list includes the following countries / regions: Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan.

From May 1, 2020, Chinese nationals traveling to South Korea for business purposes may qualify for special "fast-track" immigration clearance provided they hold proof of a negative test for COVID-19 performed no more than 72 hours prior to departure. They must again test negative for COVID-19 upon arrival in Korea before being exempted from the mandatory quarantine procedures described below. Persons using "fast-track" immigration clearance are subject to standard government surveillance measures in place to combat COVID-19.

"Special immigration procedures" are in place for all persons arriving in South Korea regardless of origin. Individuals are allowed entry only after they provide verifiable contact information and an address within South Korea valid for the duration of their stay. All persons are required to install either the "Self-quarantine Safety Protection App" or the "Mobile Self-diagnosis App" on their phones and follow the instructions for documenting their health condition on a daily basis for 14 days.

Special Immigration Procedures
From April 13, 2020, all persons arriving from the United States (including Korean nationals) must self-isolate and must get diagnostic tests within three days of commencing their quarantine period.

Symptomatic Passengers
All persons (including Korean nationals) will go through diagnostic tests if they have fever or respiratory symptoms identified during the quarantine stage. Persons who test positive for COVID-19 will be transferred to a hospital or Living and Treatment Center (Community Treatment Center). Korean nationals or long-term foreign nationals who test negative will be placed under self-quarantine. Foreign nationals who are short-term will be placed under quarantine at designated facilities.

Asymptomatic Passengers
Asymptomatic Korean nationals arriving from Europe and the United States will go into self-quarantine and get diagnostic tests at a health center within three days of arrival. Asymptomatic Korean nationals arriving from countries outside the European countries and the United States will go into self-quarantine and get diagnostic tests if they display any symptoms.

Asymptomatic foreign nationals for long-term and short-term stay arriving from Europe will get diagnostic tests at the airport. Afterwards, long-term foreign nationals will go into self-quarantine while short-term foreign nationals will be quarantined at designated facilities.

Asymptomatic long-term foreign nationals arriving from the United States will be placed under self-quarantine and must get diagnostic tests within three days at a public health clinic.

Asymptomatic long-term stay foreign nationals arriving from countries other than European countries and the United States will go into self-quarantine and get diagnostic tests if they display any symptoms. Asymptomatic short-term arriving from countries outside the European continent will be placed under quarantine at designated facilities and get diagnostic tests if they display any symptoms.

From March 19, 2020, foreign nationals arriving from Hubei Province in China are prohibited from entering. Enhanced screening and quarantine measures are in place for persons arriving from Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Iran, Italy, and Macau SAR.
SingaporeEntry prohibited
"Reciprocal Green Lane" for Malaysian Residents
From August 10, 2020, Malaysian residents may be eligible to travel to Singapore for business or official travel for up to 14 days using a so-called "Reciprocal Green Lane" (RGL) scheme. Persons seeking to use the RGL must be sponsored by either a Singapore-based company or a Singapore Government agency, which will file an application on their behalf for a "SafeTravel Pass." Once approved, "SafeTravel Pass" holders may then apply for a standard travel visa (persons holding exiting valid visas need not apply for a new visa).

Persons seeking to use the RGL cannot have traveled outside of Malaysia during the 14 days prior to their scheduled departure for Singapore and must, at their own expense, obtain a certificate showing a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed by a laboratory accredited by the Malaysian Ministry of Health. Travelers are required to produce this certificate along with their "SafeTravel Pass" and valid travel visa in order to enter Singapore.

Upon arrival, RGL travelers will undergo an additional PCR test at their own expense and will be transported by the host company or government agency to a non-residential accommodation where they must self-isolate while awaiting their test results. Upon confirmation of a negative test result, the host company or government agency will ensure the traveler is transported to and from their workplace for the duration of the traveler's stay in Singapore. The host company or government agency will further ensure the traveler installs and uses the "TraceTogether" mobile app for the duration of the traveler's stay in Singapore. RGL travelers are not permitted to use public transportation while in Singapore.

"Periodic Commuting Arrangement" for Malaysian Residents
From August 10, 2020, Malaysian nationals and permanent residents holding valid Singapore work passes may be eligible for a new "Periodic Commuting Arrangement" (PCA) scheme allowing cross-border travel at the Johor-Singapore Causeway and Malaysia-Singapore Second Link. Singapore-based employers must submit an application to use the PCA on behalf of their employees. Applications must be submitted at least 7 days prior to the employee's intended entry into Signapore and employees must be willing to remain in Singapore for at least 90 days. Specific information requirements for submitting a PCA application are available at the following URL: https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/malaysia/pca/overview

Prior to arrival, persons using the PCA must complete an electronic Health Declaration Card (eHDC) found at the following URL: https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard . They must also install the "TraceTogether," "Homer," and "WhatsApp" mobile applications. Upon arrival, persons using the PCA must refrain from using public transportation and proceed directly to their registered accommodation where they must self-isolate for 7 days under the terms of their "Stay Home Notice" (SHN). During the self-isolation period, persons are only allowed to leave their SHN location to go to a designated testing facility to undergo a PCR swab test for COVID-19. During their stay, persons in Singapore under the PCA must abide by all prevailing local public health requirements and safe distancing measures. Persons using the PCA, or their employers, must agree to cover all costs associated with self-isolation and testing.

"Fast Lane" Immigration Clearance for Chinese Nationals
From June 8, 2020, Chinese nationals traveling to Singapore for business purposes may qualify for special "fast lane" immigration clearance. To use "fast lane," travelers must be sponsored by either a company or a Singapore Government agency, which will file an application on behalf of the traveler for a "SafeTravel Pass." If approved, the traveler will receive an official notification letter. Persons requiring a visa may use the letter during the visa application process. Persons already holding a valid visa may use the existing visa as normal. Persons who qualify under a visa-free arrangement need not apply for a visa to use the "fast lane."

For at least 7 days prior to departure for Singapore, "fast lane" travelers must remain in one of the following provinces or municipalities in China: Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin, or Zhejiang. No more than 48 hours prior to departure, "fast lane" travelers must undergo a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19. Airlines will conduct pre-boarding checks to verify the traveler holds a valid SafeTravel Pass, a negative PCR test result, a return air ticket, and a valid visa (if required). Failure to produce these documents may result in a denial of permission to board the aircraft.

Upon arrival, "fast lane" travelers will undergo an additional PCR test and will be transported by the host company or government agency to a non-residential accommodation where they must self-isolate while awaiting their test results. Upon confirmation of a negative test result, the host company or government agency will ensure the traveler is transported to and from their workplace for the duration of the traveler's stay in Singapore. The host company or government agency will further ensure the traveler installs and uses the "TraceTogether" mobile app for the duration of the traveler's stay in Singapore. "Fast lane" travelers are not permitted to use public transportation while in Singapore.

All Others
From July 1, 2020, the following policies are in place:
1) All short-term visitors, regardless of origin, are prohibited from entering or transiting through Singapore;
2) All persons (including Singapore nationals and permanent residents) must submit a health declaration to immigration authorities upon arrival;
3) All persons (including Singapore nationals, permanent residents, and Long-Term Pass holders) must undergo a 14-day quarantine at their own expense. Singapore nationals and persons who, for the 14 days prior to their departure for Singapore, have remained in one of the following countries / regions may quarantine at their homes or another suitable accommodation: Australia (excluding Victoria), Brunei Darussalam, Macau SAR, Mainland China, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. All other persons must quarantine in a designated facility;
4) All persons (including Singapore nationals) must, at their own expense, undergo testing for COVID-19 at the completion of their 14-day quarantine period;
5) All foreign nationals holding a Long-Term Pass issued by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) must obtain prior permission from the relevant government agency prior to departing for Singapore. This includes Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) or Student's Pass (STP), or In-Principle Approval (IPA) letters for LTVP or STP.
Mainland ChinaPartially restricted
From July 20, 2020, China's Civil Aviation Administration announced that all persons (including Chinese nationals) must have proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 5 days before departure using a nucleic acid test performed by a provider recognized by the local Chinese embassy or consulate. This policy does not apply to residents from Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, or Taiwan. Chinese nationals should upload test results using the "Health QR Code" mobile app. Foreign nationals must submit test results to a Chinese embassy or consulate and obtain a "Health Status" certificate for use when boarding flights bound for China.

"Fast Lane" Immigration Clearance for Singaporean Nationals
From June 8, 2020, Singaporean nationals traveling to one of the following 6 provinces or municipalities in China for business purposes may qualify for special "fast lane" immigration clearance: Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin, or Zhejiang. To use "fast lane," travelers must be sponsored by either a company or a government agency in China, which will file an application on the traveler's behalf with local provincial or municipal authorities. If approved, the traveler will receive an official invitation letter. Travelers must then apply for a visa from the Chinese embassy in Singapore and submit a health declaration to Chinese authorities.

No more than 48 hours prior to departure, "fast lane" travelers must undergo a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19. Airlines will conduct pre-boarding checks to verify the traveler holds approval for "fast lane" clearance, a negative PCR test result, a return air ticket, and a valid visa. Failure to produce these documents may result in a denial of permission to board the aircraft.

Upon arrival, "fast lane" travelers will undergo an additional PCR test and a serology test at their own expense. Travelers must then remain in a location designated by the local provincial or municipal government while awaiting their test results. Upon confirmation of a negative test result, the host company or government agency will ensure the traveler is transported between their designated accommodation and workplace for the duration of their stay. "Fast lane" travelers are required to use the local "Health QR code" system for the duration of their stay in China. "Fast lane" travelers are not permitted to use public transportation while in China.

"Fast-Track" Immigration Clearance for Korean Nationals
From May 1, 2020, Korean nationals traveling to China for business purposes may qualify for special "fast-track" immigration clearance provided they meet the following criteria:
1) They are sponsored by a Korean or Chinese firm in China that has successfully applied for permission to use the "fast-track" program;
2) They hold a letter of invitation from the sponsoring firm;
3) They were issued a valid visa by a Chinese embassy or consulate in Korea.

Prior to departing for China, persons using the "fast-track" program must:
1) Self-monitor for 14 days for symptoms of COVID-19;
2) Obtain a certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to scheduled departure from a healthcare provider designated by the Ministry of Health and Welfare stating they have tested negative for COVID-19.

Upon arrival in China, persons using the "fast-track" program must:
1) Undergo 1-2 days quarantine at a designated location;
2) Test negative for COVID-19 on both a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and a serological (antibody) test;
3) Use prearranged transportation to their final destination upon confirmation of negative test results.

Korea nationals using the "fast-track" program are restricted to the following regions in China: Anhui Province, Chongqing Municipality, Guangdong Province, Jiangsu Province, Liaoning Province, Shaanxi Province, Shandong Province, Shanghai Municipality, Sichuan Province, and Tianjin Municipality.

Quarantine-Free Entry for Residents of Macau SAR
From July 6, 2020, residents of Macau SAR traveling for official purposes, business purposes, or approved special reasons, may be eligible for quarantine-free entry to the following cities in Guangdong Province: Dongguan, Foshan, Guangzhou, Huizhou, Jiangmen, Shenzhen, Zhongshan, Zhaoqing, and Zhuhai. In order to qualify, Macau SAR residents must meet the following criteria:
1) They have not traveled outside Macau SAR or Mainland China within 14 days of their intended arrival in Zhuhai;
2) They are not exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19 such as fever or cough;
3) They have a "green" status under the "Macau Health Code" system;
4) They hold a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 7 days prior to their intended arrival in Zhuhai using a nucleic-acid test.
Macau SAR residents may apply for a quarantine exemption online at the following URL: https://app.ssm.gov.mo/IMM

All Others
From March 28, 2020, the following policies are in place:
1) Foreign nationals holding valid visas or residency permits are prohibited from entering China (see above for a possible exemption for Korean business travelers);
2) Foreign nationals holding APEC Business Travel Cards are prohibited from entering China;
3) Residents of Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, and Taiwan must undergo a nucleic acid test for COVID-19 and a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Mainland China;
4) The following visa-free or temporary visa arrangements are temporarily suspended:
Port visas, 24/72/144-hour visa-free transit, Hainan 30-day visa-free entry, 15-day visa-free entry for foreign cruise ships or groups tours at Shanghai Port, Guangdong 144-hour visa-free entry for foreign tour groups from Hong Kong SAR or Macau SAR, and Guangxi 15-day visa-free entry for foreign tour groups from ASEAN countries.
5) Diplomatic, service, courtesy, or "C" visas are not impacted;
6) Foreign nationals coming to China for necessary economic, trade, scientific or technological activities, or for emergency humanitarian needs may continue to apply for visas at Chinese embassies or consulates. Foreign nationals holding visas issued after these policies were implemented may enter China.

Be advised, many provincial authorities in China have implemented additional policies and restrictions on both Chinese and foreign nationals. All persons may be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a designated facility at their own expense.
Hong Kong, ChinaPartially restricted
The following policies are in place: 1) All non-residents arriving from overseas by air are prohibited from entering Hong Kong SAR; 2) All non-residents arriving from Mainland China, Macau SAR, or Taiwan who have visited any other country or region within 14 days of arrival are prohibited from entering Hong Kong SAR; 3) All persons (including Hong Kong SAR residents) arriving from Mainland China, Macau SAR, or Taiwan are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility. From July 29, 2020, all persons who visited Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Africa, or United States within 14 days of their scheduled departure for Hong Kong SAR must, upon arrival, present original documentation (in English or Chinese) issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure showing a negative result for COVID-19 using a nucleic acid test. Test results must contain the traveler's name and identity card or passport number. Traveler's must also provide confirmation of a hotel booking in Hong Kong for a minimum of 14 days from the date of arrival. From April 22, 2020, all persons arriving at Hong Kong International Airport who are not exhibiting symptoms will be taken to a designated location and tested for COVID-19. All persons are required to wait onsite for their test results. Those who test negative will be released to proceed directly to their homes or a designated quarantine facility where they must complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine. Mandatory quarantine requirements do not apply to cross-boundary travelers provided they fall into one of the following categories: 1) Persons necessary for the supply of goods or services required for the normal operation of Hong Kong SAR or the daily needs of the people of Hong Kong SAR; 2) Persons necessary for governmental operation; 3) Persons necessary to protect the health or safety of the people of Hong Kong SAR or to handle the public health emergency; 4) Persons receiving nursery, kindergarten, primary, or secondary education at any school registered under the Education Ordinance (Cap. 279) in Hong Kong SAR, persons providing such education, or persons necessary for the safe travelling of any persons arriving in Hong Kong SAR for the purposes outlined in this clause; 5) Persons whose entry is deemed to serve the public interest of Hong Kong SAR; or 6) Persons traveling for purposes relating to manufacturing operations, business activities, or the provision of professional services deemed to be in the interest of economic development in Hong Kong SAR. Mandatory quarantine requirements do not apply to persons arriving from foreign places provided they fall into one of the following categories: 1) Persons necessary for the supply of goods or services required for the normal operation of Hong Kong SAR or the daily needs of the people of Hong Kong SAR; 2) Persons necessary for governmental operation; 3) Persons necessary to protect the health or safety of the people of Hong Kong SAR or to handle the public health emergency; or 4) Persons whose entry is deemed to serve the public interest of Hong Kong SAR.
Macau, ChinaPartially restricted
From July 14, 2020, all non-residents arriving from overseas are prohibited from entering Macau SAR. This policy does not apply to residents of Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, and Taiwan provided they have not traveled to any other country or region within 14 days of their arrival in Macau SAR. All persons seeking to depart Macau SAR must hold proof of a negative result for COVID-19 using a nucleic acid test (NAT). Test results may be uploaded to the "Macau Health Code" system. All persons arriving in Macau SAR from Hong Kong SAR must carry proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 7 days prior to departure and must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival.
Taiwan, ChinaEntry prohibited
From April 7, 2020, all non-Taiwanese residents are prohibited from entering Taiwan. This policy does not apply to those holding an Alien Residential Certificate, those with an approved visa for diplomatic purposes, those with an approved visa to conduct business, or those with other designated authorization. All persons granted entry into Taiwan must self-isolate for 14 days. Persons traveling to Taiwan for short-term business purposes lasting less than 90 days may be eligible for shortened self-isolation requirements. In order to apply, travelers must submit documents prepared by the host company in Taiwan comprising a detailed travel itinerary and COVID-19 prevention plans. Travelers must also carry a certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure showing a negative test result for COVID-19. Exemptions to quarantine requirements will be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of relevant authorities in Taiwan. All persons arriving in Taiwan are required to submit a health declaration via the mobile website of the “Quarantine System of Entry” prior to boarding flights bound for Taiwan. Confirmation of this declaration is required to enter Taiwan.

From June 29, 2020, non-Taiwanese residents may apply to enter Taiwan for reasons other than tourism and regular social visits. Residents of Hong Hong SAR and Macao SAR may apply to enter Taiwan for special humanitarian reasons or emergency situations, to fulfill contractual obligations, as part of internal transfers within multinational enterprises, if they are the spouse or child of a Taiwanese resident and possess a Taiwanese Resident Certificate, for commercial and trade exchanges, or if they hold a Taiwanese Resident Certificate related to employment, investment, or entrepreneurship. Entry permission will be granted on a case-by-case basis. Before boarding a flight bound for Taiwan, persons granted special permission must present a certificate in English issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure showing a negative test result for COVID-19 using a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. Upon arrival, they must undergo a 14-day home quarantine and observe all other relevant epidemic prevention measures.
IndiaEntry prohibited
From June 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering India and all international commercial flights are suspended. This policy does not apply to persons holding a business visa (other than a B-3 visa for sports) arriving on non-scheduled commercial or chartered flights, healthcare professionals, researchers, engineers, or technicians working at facilities in the Indian healthcare sector, engineers, managers, designers, or other specialists traveling to India on behalf of foreign firms with operations in India, and technical specialists or engineers travelling to India for the installation, repair, or maintenance of foreign-origin machinery and equipment. Such persons must obtain a new business or employment visa from an Indian embassy or consulate abroad prior to departing for India. This includes persons holding existing long-term multiple-entry business visas. Persons involved in the transport of essential goods and supplies may enter India; however, they must undergo medical screening for COVID-19 upon arrival.

All existing visas issued to foreign nationals are no longer valid. This policy does not apply to visas issued to diplomats or officials, persons working for the United Nations or other international organizations, or those holding employment or project visas. Foreign nationals holding regular visas or e-visas who are currently in India may apply online for an extension valid for up to 30 days from the date when international commercial flights resume. All visa-free arrangements for holders of Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) cards are suspended. The following categories of OCI card holders are permitted to enter India: 1) minors born to Indian nationals abroad and who hold an OCI card, 2) persons who desire to travel to India for a family emergency, 3) spouses of Indian nationals who maintain a permanent residence in India, and 4) university students whose parents are Indian citizens currently living in India.

Prior to boarding transportation to India, all persons must agree to undergo a 14-day quarantine at their own expense comprising 7 days at a designated facility and 7 days of self-isolation at home. All persons must install the "Arogya Setu" mobile app and monitor their health status during quarantine. They must further agree to abide by all regulations issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
IndonesiaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Indonesia. This policy does not apply to persons who fall into one of the following categories: 1) Children of dual citizenship registered in the Indonesian immigration system as Indonesian citizens; 2) Holders of a "Temporary Stay Permit" or a "Permanent Stay Permit" (Permanent Residents/KITAS and KITAP) with a valid "Multiple Re-Entry Permit" (MERP); 3) Holders of an Indonesian diplomatic visa or an official / service visa, or those who hold Indonesian diplomatic stay or official / service stay permits; 4) Those engaged in medical services or the delivery of supplies or humanitarian assistance; 5) Crew members working on air, land, or sea transportation; 6) Those traveling for essential work on national strategic projects. Persons arriving from abroad are required to carry a health certificate showing a negative result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. The certificate must be issued by a recognized health authority no more than 7 days prior to departure for Indonesia. Failure to produce a valid certificate may result in denial of entry. Upon arrival, all persons are subject to additional testing for COVID-19 and will be directed to either self-isolate for 14 days or undergo quarantine at a designated facility.
MalaysiaEntry prohibited
"Reciprocal Green Lane" for Singapore Residents
From August 10, 2020, legal residents in Singapore may be eligible to travel to Malaysia for business or official travel for up to 14 days using a so-called "Reciprocal Green Lane" (RGL) scheme. Persons seeking to use the RGL must be sponsored by either a Malaysia-based company or a Malaysian government agency, which will file an application on their behalf for a "MyTravelPass" at least 10 business days prior to intended departure.

Persons seeking to use the RGL cannot have traveled outside of Singapore during the 14 days prior to their scheduled departure for Singapore and must, at their own expense, obtain a certificate showing a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Travelers are required to produce this certificate along with their "MyTravelPass" and in order to enter Malaysia.

RGL travelers must undergo an additional PCR test at their point of entry or within 24 hours of arrival in Malaysia and must be transported directly by the host company or government agency to a non-residential accommodation where they must self-isolate while awaiting their test results. Upon confirmation of a negative test result, the host company or government agency will ensure the traveler is transported to and from their workplace for the duration of the traveler's stay and will further ensure the traveler installs and uses the "MySejahtera" mobile application. Persons who test positive for COVID-19 must immediately seek necessary medical treatment from the Malaysian government.

"Periodic Commuting Arrangement" for Singapore Residents
From August 10, 2020, Singaporean nationals and permanent residents holding valid long-term Malaysian visas for business or work purposes may be eligible for a new "Periodic Commuting Arrangement" (PCA) scheme allowing travel via the Johor-Singapore Causeway and Malaysia-Singapore Second Link land border checkpoints. Malaysia-based employers must submit an application for a "MyTravelPass" to use the PCA on behalf of their employees. Applications must be submitted at least 10 business days prior to the employee's intended entry into Malaysia and employees must be willing to remain in Malaysia for at least 90 days before returning to Singapore. Persons using the PCA must install and use the "MySejahtera" mobile application. Upon arrival in Malaysia, they must self-isolate for 7 days under the terms of a modified "Home Surveillance Order" (HSO) and afterwards undergo a serological test for COVID-19 using a rapid test kit (RTK). Persons who test negative will be released from their HSO.

All Others
From March 18, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Malaysia. This policy does not apply to permanent residents holding a "MyPR" card, spouses and children of Malaysian nationals, or diplomats. From June 1, 2020, all persons (including Malaysian nationals) returning from abroad are required to undergo a health check and a 14-day quarantine. Non-nationals must agree to pay the full cost of MYR150 per day for the duration of their quarantine. Malaysian nationals are responsible for half that amount. All persons seeking to return to Malaysia must download and sign a Letter of Undertaking (LoU). Letters are available from the Malaysian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website. At least three days prior to departure, all persons must submit the relevant documents (including the LoU) via email to a Malaysian embassy or consulate for approval. Failure to submit these documents will complicate the process of entry into Malaysia and/or result in a denial of permission to board flights bound for Malaysia.
United Arab EmiratesPartially restricted
From July 7, 2020, foreign nationals may enter Dubai for tourism. All persons must carry a certificate issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure showing a negative test result for COVID-19 and undergo additional testing upon arrival in Dubai. Persons currently holding a valid residence visa for Dubai may apply for a return permit from the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). Issued permits are valid for 21 days from the date of approval. Persons seeking to return to Dubai must apply for a "Return Permit for Residents Outside the UAE" from the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) – Dubai. More information is available at: https://u.ae/en/information-and-services/justice-safety-and-the-law/handling-the-covid-19-outbreak/travelling-amid-covid-19/travelling-to-the-uae

From August 1, 2020, persons arriving in (or transiting through) Abu Dhabi must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed by a UAE-approved testing provider. This policy does not apply to persons 12 years of age or younger, or persons with a recognized disability. Information on approved testing providers is available at the following URL: https://screening.purehealth.ae/application
AfghanistanEntry prohibited
All commercial flights have been suspended until further notice.
AzerbaijanPartially restricted
All persons arriving in Azerbaijan will be screened for COVID-19. In cases of suspected exposure, persons will undergo further evaluation and quarantine at a designated facility. All others must self-isolate for 14-days after entry. Chinese and Iranian nationals are prohibited from entering Azerbaijan and the Azerbaijani government has suspended the issuing of new visas to persons holding Chinese or Iranian passports. 

All land border checkpoints with Iran, Georgia, Russia, and Turkey are closed. Persons wishing to travel to Azerbaijan must apply for a visa at an Azerbaijani embassy or consulate abroad. The issuing of e-visas is suspended.
BangladeshPartially restricted
The Bangladeshi government has suspended all visa-on-arrival services until further notice. Foreign nationals must visit a Bangladeshi embassy or consulate abroad and produce a valid medical certificate showing they have not tested positive for COVID-19 in order to obtain a visa. Persons arriving in Bangladesh via air will undergo screening for COVID-19 upon arrival. Foreign nationals arriving from countries impacted by COVID-19 must undergo a 14-day quarantine.
BahrainPartially restricted
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Bahrain via air. All persons granted entry to Bahrain are required to self-isolate for 14 days. All visa-on-arrival services are suspended.
Brunei DarussalamEntry prohibited
From March 24, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering or transiting through Brunei. The Bruneian government has suspended the issuing of new visas.

BhutanEntry prohibited
From March 25, 2020, all land border checkpoints are closed.
CambodiaPartially restricted
The Cambodian government has suspended the issuing of tourist visas, e-visas, visa on arrival, and all visa-free arrangements until further notice. Foreign nationals seeking to enter Cambodia using another visa category (A,B,C, or E) must obtain a visa from a Cambodian embassy or consulate abroad before departing for Cambodia. Upon arrival, foreign nationals must present a valid medical certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure attesting they have not tested positive for COVID-19. Additionally, they must provide proof of medical insurance valid for their intended duration of stay in Cambodia. The amount of coverage must be at least US$50,000. All persons arriving in Cambodia will be tested for COVID-19 and be required to wait on-site for their results. Upon confirmation of negative test results from all persons on the same flight, individuals will be permitted to proceed to their place of residence or accommodation where they must self-isolate for 14 days. Should any person on the same flight test positive for COVID-19, the entire flight must undergo quarantine at a designated facility. A deposit in the amount of US$3,000 must be paid upon arrival and will be used to cover expenses related to testing, quarantine, and any other health-related services. A full list of applicable services and fees is available from the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This policy does not apply to persons holding a diplomatic (category A) or official (category B) visa.
Democratic People's Republic of KoreaEntry prohibited
All passenger air and rail connections with China are suspended. Arriving foreign nationals must undergo quarantine for up to 1 month.
IranPartially restricted
Iran currently prohibits all Chinese citizens and Hong Kong SAR residents holding private ordinary passports from entering the country.

Due to the rising numbers of infections of COVID-19, restrictive measures are once again in force, including in Tehran.

Travelers may be subject to a medical check, including a covid-19 test, and will undergo a mandatory quarantine if tested positive.
IraqEntry prohibited
From June 14, 2020, all travel into and out of Iraq is prohibited. A nationwide curfew is in effect everyday between 18:00 (6:00 p.m.) and 05:00 (5:00 a.m.). An additional 24-hour curfew is in effect nationwide on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. All travel between Iraqi provinces is suspended and all gatherings are prohibited in all forms.
IsraelEntry prohibited
From March 18, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Israel. This policy does not apply to Israeli citizens or residents.
JordanEntry prohibited
From March 17, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Jordan for tourism. This policy does not apply to personnel from diplomatic missions and international organizations; however, such persons are required to self-isolate for 14 days.

From March 27, 2020, a 24-hour curfew is in place.
KazakhstanEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Kazakhstan until further notice. This policy does not apply to diplomats and members of international organizations. From April 1, 2020, all persons entering Kazakhstan from abroad will undergo laboratory tests for COVID-19. Those who test positive will be transferred to an infectious disease hospital for treatment. Those who test negative must self-isolate at home for 14 days. From April 4, 2020, Kazakhstan's borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Uzbekistan are closed.

From April 1 to July 1, 2020, the Kazakh government has suspended its 72-hour visa-free transit policy. Nur-Sultan and Almaty International Airports have suspended international flights until further notice.
KuwaitPartially restricted
Kuwait has announced a total lockdown of 20 days from May 10 until May 30, 2020.

Kuwait imposed an entry ban on all Kuwaiti residence permit or visa holders who have been in China(including Hong Kong), Iran, Iraq, South Korea, Thailand, Italy, Singapore, and Japan in the past fourteen days. Travelers transiting via Singapore and Japan are prohibited from entering Kuwait. 


On  April 9, the government announced that commercial passenger flights for all airlines will be allowed to resume in order to repatriate non-residents currently in Kuwait who wish to return to their home countries. From March 22, a nationwide curfew has been imposed.
KyrgyzstanEntry prohibited
From March 19, Kyrgyzstan will ban entry of citizens of foreign states and stateless persons into Kyrgyzstan. The exception is drivers engaged in international freight transport, crews and flight personnel of aircraft, train and locomotive teams of international railway traffic. The ban also does not apply to accredited employees of diplomatic missions and consular offices of foreign states, as well as accredited employees of international organizations and family members of these persons in case of informing in advance about their arrival through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Foreign citizens and stateless persons, who are members of the families of Kyrgyzstanis with documentary evidence of close family ties, or have a permanent residence permit in the Kyrgyz Republic, will be able to enter.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will suspend issuance of entry visas of all categories to foreign citizens and stateless persons for the period of the ban. The entry ban for foreigners will remain in effect until the government decree is canceled.
LaosEntry prohibited
From April 1, 2020, all border checkpoints are closed and all international flights are suspended. The Laotian government has suspended the issuing of new visas and visa-on-arrival services. This policy does not apply to persons deemed by the government to be experts, technicians, or foreign workers crucial for major projects. Such persons must apply for entry permission from a Laotian embassy or consulate abroad before departing for Laos. All persons (including Lao nationals) traveling to Laos from abroad are required to carry a certificate showing a negative result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. The certificate must be issued by a "trustworthy" medical institution no more than 72 hours prior to departure for Laos.
LebanonPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, all persons traveling to Lebanon are required to fill in an online health declaration form prior to arrival. 

All persons must hold proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and must undergo additional testing upon arrival. Travelers must carry proof of medical insurance capable of covering all costs associated with the treatment of COVID-19 during their entire stay in Lebanon. Health declaration forms are available at the following URL: https://www.arcg.is/0GaDnG . From July 30, 2020, a nationwide lockdown is in effect for at least two weeks.
MaldivesNormal
Maldives will re-open its borders for international tourists on July 15, 2020. 

Tourists are not required to pay an additional fee, produce a certificate or test result indicative of negative status for COVID-19 prior to entry into Maldives. For tourists without symptoms, there is no requirement for quarantine either.

Travellers who have a history of contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID- 19 within the past 14 days and persons who have fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough, sore throat, shortness of breath within the past 14 days are advised not to travel to Maldives.
MongoliaEntry prohibited
From March 22 to July 31, 2020, foreign nationals will be banned from entry. All commercial flights, passenger rail, and auto traffic into and out of Mongolia are suspended during this time period.
MyanmarEntry prohibited
From April 11, 2020, all international commercial flights are suspended and all land border checkpoints are closed. All persons (including Myanmar nationals) arriving from abroad must undergo a 21-day quarantine at a designated facility followed by 7 days of self-isolation at home. From March 29 until August 31, 2020, the Myanmar government has suspended the issuing of visas to foreign nationals. This policy does not apply to accredited diplomats, United Nations officials, and crews of ships or aircraft traveling to and from Myanmar. All existing visa-free and visa-on-arrival arrangements are suspended.

From March 21, 2020, all persons (including Myanmar nationals) having visited any of the following countries within 14 days of their arrival in Myanmar are required to present a valid medical certificate (issued by a recognized health authority in their country of departure) stating they show no symptoms of acute respiratory illness such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath prior to departing for Myanmar: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States. Foreign nationals who have traveled to areas in South Korea or China with known COVID-19 outbreaks within 14 days of their arrival in Myanmar are prohibited from entering.
NepalEntry prohibited
From March 22 until August 16, 2020, all international flights are suspended and all land border checkpoints with India and China are closed. Persons wishing to enter Nepal must first visit a Nepali embassy or consulate abroad, which will decide whether to issue a visa after inspecting an applicant's health certificate. All persons arriving in Nepal will be screened for COVID-19 at Tribhuvan International Airport and those granted entry must self-isolate for 14 days. Nepal has halted all mountaineering expeditions and revoked all already-issued or to be-issued permits for the spring climbing season.
OmanPartially restricted
From July 26, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Oman. Persons seeking to travel to Oman must obtain a permit from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via an Omani embassy or consulate abroad, or through a domestic sponsor or the national air carriers Oman Air and Salam Air. Foreign nationals granted permission to enter Oman must self-isolate for 14 days and must show confirmation of suitable accommodation for self-isolation. This policy does not apply to air crews. Persons arriving in Oman must install the "Tarassud+" mobile app and start the registration process prior to departure. Additionally, they must purchase a tracking bracelet for use during the self-isolation period at a cost of OMR 5 and carry medical insurance valid for their entire duration of stay in Oman.
PakistanNormal
From June 20, 2020, international flights have resumed at Pakistani airports with the exception of Gwadar International Airport (GWD) and Turbat International Airport (TUK). Certain domestic flight operations (including scheduled and charter flights) have resumed between the following locations: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit, and Skardu.
PhilippinesEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering the Philippines. This policy does not apply to foreign spouses and children of Filipino citizens, diplomatic officials, and those working for international organizations. From August 1, 2020, further exemptions exist for persons holding a valid, previously-issued "Permanent Resident" or "Native-Born" visa (categories 13(a), 13(b), 13(c), 13(d), 13(e), 13(g), RA 7919, EO324, or native-born). Such persons must secure a pre-booked COVID-19 testing provider and a place at an accredited quarantine facility prior to departure. Entry is subject to limitations regarding the maximum number of allowed inbound passengers at the specific arrival port on the scheduled arrival date. The Philippine government has suspended the issuing of new visas and all existing visa-free entry arrangements are suspended. All persons (including Filipino nationals) granted entry to the Philippines must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility.
PalestinePartially restricted
From March 22, travelers from abroad will be quarantined at designated locations.
QatarEntry prohibited
Entry into Qatar is currently only permitted for Qatari nationals. 

Entry requirements for Qatari nationals returning between 15 June and 15 September, 2020:  
-Confirmed reservation at a government-approved quarantine hotel for a period of 14 days.
-Entry into Hamad International Airport will not be permitted without a confirmed quarantine reservation.
-Bookings can be made at Discover Qatar in Partnership with Qatar Airways Holidays.

Beginning on 1 August, select Qatar ID (QID) holders will be permitted to return to Qatar. Entry requirements for QID holders returning between 1 August and 15 September, 2020: 
-Government authorization to travel to Qatar; 
-Confirmed reservation at a government-approved quarantine hotel for a period of 14 days.
-QID holders are advised not to book a quarantine package until approval to return to Qatar has been confirmed.
Saudi ArabiaEntry prohibited
From June 1 to June 21, 2020, domestic flights will be resumed gradually, mosques, restaurants and cafes will be reopened. Work attendance will also be permitted, but Umrah pilgrimage will remain temporarily suspended.

The suspension of international flights will continue until further notice.
Sri LankaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Sri Lanka. Beginning August 1, 2020, international flights are scheduled to resume arriving at Colombo International Airport (CMB), Ratmalana International Airport (RML), and Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (HRI). 

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

In order to board flights bound for Sri Lanka, all persons must prove they have tested negative for COVID-19 no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. All passenger cruise ships are prohibited from docking at Sir Lankan ports.
SyriaPartially restricted
From March 19, Citizens of 26 countries will be temporarily banned from entry, citizens of China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Germany, France, the United States, Japan, Belgium, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland will be banned from entry for two months, citizens of Qatar, Bahrain, UAE, Kuwait, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco will be banned from entry for one month. Travelers from other countries must be quarantined at home for 14 days after entry. Those with suspected symptoms will be transferred to designated locations for quarantine.

From March 23, the Kassab port on the Syrian-Turkish border has been closed. From March 24, all crossing points have been closed for arrivals from Lebanon, Persons from Lebanon, including Syrian citizens, will be banned from entering, except for cargo vehicle driver who after health check.

All international flights to and from Syria will be suspended from March 22. 

TajikistanEntry prohibited
From April 8, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering or exiting Tajikistan. This policy does not apply to diplomats and representatives of international organizations or financial institutions accredited in Tajikistan, or their family members.

Persons granted entry to Tajikistan must self-isolate for 14 days under supervision of staff from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection.
ThailandEntry prohibited
From July 3, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Thailand unless they fall into one of the following categories:
1) Persons directly permitted by the Prime Minister or a "competent official" appointed by the Prime Minister to resolve issues pertaining to a state of emergency in Thailand;
2) Persons transporting necessary goods who will depart upon completing their task;
3) Persons (including crew members) operating vehicles who need to enter Thailand pursuant to their mission and who have a clearly scheduled time of departure;
4) Persons (including their family members) on diplomatic or consular missions or under the auspices of International Organizations or agencies, or government representatives performing official duties in Thailand to whom the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has given special permission;
5) Non-Thai nationals holding work permits or who have been granted permission from Thai government agencies to work in Thailand;
6) Non-Thai nationals who are the spouse, parent, or child of a Thai national;
7) Non-Thai nationals who hold a valid certificate of permanent residence in Thailand;
8) Non-Thai nationals who are students at an educational institution approved by Thai authorities (with the exception of non-formal institutions under the law on private schools);
9) Non-Thai nationals seeking to enter Thailand for medical treatments unrelated to COVID-19;
10) Non-Thai nationals permitted to enter Thailand under a special arrangement with a third-country or region.
All persons arriving in Thailand are expected to comply with all relevant measures to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Timor-LesteEntry prohibited
From April 4, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Timor-Leste. This policy does not apply to persons born in Timor-Leste, resident citizens, legal representatives of minors who are Timorese nationals, persons working on oil rigs in the Timor Sea, and other persons specially designated by the Prime Minister whose entry is considered in the national interest. Persons engaged in the transport of goods must remain within the international zone at all airports, seaports, or land border checkpoints. All persons granted entry to Timor-Leste will be tested for COVID-19. Those testing positive will be placed in quarantine and isolated. All other persons must undergo a 14-day quarantine. All commercial flights are suspended.
TurkeyNormal
From June 12, 2020, persons arriving in Turkey are subject to health screening for COVID-19.
TurkmenistanEntry prohibited
From March 20, 2020, all persons (including Turkmen nationals) are prohibited from entering or leaving Turkmenistan. This policy does not apply to diplomats and staff of international organizations, aviation, maritime, or railway crews, international freight drivers, or foreign nationals working in Turkmenistan provided they hold a “health clearance” issued by an authorized medical authority. Such clearance much include the following information in English, Russian, or Turkmen: legal name, gender, age, nationality, passport number, foreign residence address, contact phone number, travel history, date and purpose of entry, local residence address, and test results for COVID-19 issued no more than 24 hours prior to arrival.
UzbekistanPartially restricted
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Uzbekistan. This policy does not apply to lawful residents. A nationwide lockdown is in effect until at least August 16, 2020.
VietnamEntry prohibited
From March 22, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Vietnam. This policy does not apply to diplomats and persons traveling for official or particular purposes such as participants in crucial international events, foreign experts, business managers, high-skilled workers, etc. All persons (including Vietnamese nationals) entering Vietnam must undergo examination for COVID-19 and quarantine at a designated facility. This policy does not apply to diplomats, persons traveling for official purposes, and Vietnamese nationals holding diplomatic or official passports. The Vietnamese government has suspended visa-free arrangements pertaining to Vietnamese nationals residing overseas and their family members.

From July 1, 2020, the Vietnamese government will offer e-visa service to persons holding a passport from one of the following countries or regions: Argentina, Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao SAR, Macedonia, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Myanmar, Nauru, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Palau, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Samoa, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Timor-Leste, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Venezuela
YemenEntry prohibited
From March 17, all air flights from and to all Yemeni airports, all land entrances should be closed except for commercial, relief and humanitarian shipping.
LiechtensteinPartially restricted
From July 20, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Liechtenstein. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Romania, San Marino, South Korea Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, or Vatican City. Persons arriving from countries or regions deemed by Switzerland's Federal Office of Public Health to be at increased risk for COVID-19 infection must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival.
United KingdomPartially restricted
All persons (including UK nationals) must fill in a "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" online to provide their journey and contact details no more than 48 hours prior to departure for the UK. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man. Upon arrival, all persons must proceed directly to their place of residence and self-isolate for 14-days while remaining indoors. This does not apply to persons requiring urgent medical treatment, support from social services, food and medicine that cannot be delivered, those who need to attend the funeral of a close relative, or in case of emergency at the place of isolation. Visitors are not allowed during the self-isolation period, unless they are providing essential care. The "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" can be found at the following URL: https://visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/public-health-passenger-locator-form
From July 28, 2020, the self-isolation policy does not apply to persons arriving from one of the following locations, provided such persons have not visited any other country or region within 14 days of their departure for the United Kingdom: Akrotiri and Dhekelia, Andorra, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Bahamas, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba, British Antarctic Territory, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Croatia, Curacao, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macau SAR, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, Montserrat, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands, Poland, Reunion, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Korea, St Helena Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, St Pierre and Miquelon, Switzerland, Taiwan, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Turks and Caicos Islands, Vatican City, Vietnam

GermanyPartially restricted
From July 28, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Germany. This policy does not apply to citizens from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Canada, Georgia, New Zealand, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, or Uruguay. All persons (including German nationals) entering Germany from a country or region the Robert-Koch-Institut has determined to be at risk for COVID-19 must undergo mandatory testing and a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Be advised, many state-level authorities in Germany have implemented additional policies and restrictions for persons arriving into their jurisdictions.
ItalyPartially restricted
From July 31, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Italy. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Uruguay, or Vatican City. Further exemptions exist for persons traveling to Italy for work, health reasons, reasons of absolute necessity, to return home, or for study. All persons are required to fill out and present for inspection upon request a "Self-Declaration Form Justifying Travel in Italy of Persons Arriving from Abroad." An example template is available from the following URL: https://www.esteri.it/mae/resource/doc/2020/07/modulo_rientro_da_estero_17_luglio_eng.pdf
 
Foreign nationals who, within 14 days of their scheduled departure for Italy, have visited any of the following countries or regions are prohibited from entering Italy: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Dominican Republic, Kosovo, Kuwait, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Oman, Panama, Peru, and Serbia. This policy does not apply to citizens (or their close family members) from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, United Kingdom, or Vatican City provided such persons would normally reside in Italy prior to July 9, 2020.

All persons are required to self-isolate for 14-days upon arrival in Italy. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union (with the exception of Bulgaria and Romania), countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, United Kingdom, or Vatican City, provided such persons have not traveled to a third-country or region outside this grouping within 14 days of their departure for Italy. Further exemptions exist for transportation crew members, healthcare personnel entering Italy for work, persons who commute cross-border to and from work, officials and agents of the European Union, international organizations, or staff of diplomatic missions and consulates, persons intending to remain in Italy for less than 72 hours for work, medical reasons, or reasons of absolute necessity, persons transiting through Italian airports, or persons transiting en route to their home country who will remain in Italy for no more than 24 hours.
BelgiumPartially restricted
From August 1, 2020, the Belgian government will designate countries / regions as either "green" (low risk), "orange" (moderate risk), or "red" (high risk) based on determinations by Belgian national health authorities. Persons arriving from "green" countries or regions may enter Belgium. Currently, this includes: Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal (with some exceptions), and United Kingdom (with some exceptions). 

Persons arriving from "orange" countries or regions must undergo testing for COVID-19 and quarantine upon arrival. Travel is prohibited from "red" countries or regions. Updated listings are available at the following URL: https://diplomatie.belgium.be/en . All persons entering Belgium with the intention to remain more than 48 hours must complete a passenger locator form within 48 hours of arrival via the following URL: https://travel.info-coronavirus.be/public-health-passenger-locator-form

A nightly curfew is in effect in Antwerp province between the hours of 23:30 (11:30 p.m.) and 06:00 (6:00 a.m.). Face masks are mandatory in public spaces and all persons able to do so must work from home.
FrancePartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering France. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Andorra, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Uruguay, or Vatican City. Further exemptions exist for foreign nationals who normally reside in France or who hold a long-term residence permit. Foreign residents returning from a country or region not listed above must carry the following documents: 1) an "exempted international movement certificate" and 2) a certificate stating the traveler is not exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Persons arriving from the United Kingdom or any other country or region where French nationals are required to undergo quarantine will themselves be asked to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in France as a matter of policy reciprocity. Certificates required by foreign residents are available from the French Ministry of the Interior’s website at the following URL: https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage

From July 25, 2020, all persons (including French nationals) traveling from Bahrain, Panama, United Arab Emirates, or the United States must show proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Travelers who cannot provide such proof will be denied permission to board flights bound for France. All persons (including French nationals) traveling from one of the following countries or regions must undergo testing for COVID-19 immediately upon arrival in France: Algeria, Brazil, India, Israel, Kuwait, Oman, Madagascar, Peru, Serbia, South Africa, Qatar, and Turkey.
SpainPartially restricted
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Spain. From July 4, 2020, this policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, or Uruguay. Further exemptions exist for persons engaged in the transportation of cargo, diplomatic staff and consular agents accredited in Spain and travelling in the course of their official duties, and people who normally reside on Spanish territory. All persons arriving in Spain from a country or region not listed above must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
PortugalPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Portugal. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, or Switzerland. Persons travelling from the following countries or regions are permitted to enter Portugal provided the country or region permits Portuguese nationals to enter its jurisdiction as a matter of policy reciprocity: Algeria, Canada, China, Morocco, South Korea, and Tunisia. Persons traveling from Brazil or the United States may enter Portugal provided they meet either of the following criteria: 1) They are a national of the European Union or a country or region associated with the Schengen Area, are legally entitled to reside in one of those places, or are a family member of such person. 2) They are traveling to Portugal for work, study, family reunion, health, or humanitarian reasons, and Portuguese nationals are afforded the same privileges as a matter of policy reciprocity. Before boarding flights bound for Portugal, all persons traveling from Brazil or the United States must present documentation issued within 72 hours of departure showing a negative test result for COVID-19.
SwedenPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Sweden. The policy does not apply to foreign nationals arriving from countries or regions within the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, or the United Kingdom. Further exemptions exist for persons with particularly urgent needs, persons who are to carry out essential functions in Sweden such as healthcare professionals, staff transporting goods, and persons with imperative family reasons.
SwitzerlandPartially restricted
From July 20, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Switzerland. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Romania, San Marino, South Korea Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, or Vatican City. Persons arriving from countries or regions deemed by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health to be at increased risk for COVID-19 infection must undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival.
DenmarkPartially restricted
From July 4, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Denmark. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union (with the exception of Portugal and Sweden), countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, or Thailand. Documentation showing a minimum stay of 6 nights is required in order to enter Denmark for tourism. Health screening will occur at border checkpoints and persons exhibiting symptoms of illness will be denied entry.
RussiaPartially restricted
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Russia and land border checkpoints are closed to passenger transport. From August 1, 2020, this policy does not apply to persons arriving by air from Tanzania, Turkey, or the United Kingdom to Moscow, Saint Petersburg, or Rostov-on-Don. From August 15, 2020, this policy does not apply to Swiss nationals and permanent residents arriving by air via direct flights to Moscow. Further exemptions exist for lawful residents, diplomats, airplane crew members, or those traveling for urgent business or medical reasons. Persons seeking to enter Russia must present documentation showing a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Those who fail to do so must undergo testing within 72 hours of arrival. Persons arriving from the United Kingdom must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
AlbaniaPartially restricted
Albania’s land border with Greece is closed until at least July 15, 2020.
AustriaPartially restricted
From July 27, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Austria. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries and regions in the European Union or countries and regions associated with the Schengen Area. All persons arriving in Austria are required to carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and self-isolate for 10 days. This policy does not apply to residents from the following countries / regions: Andorra, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, or Vatican City, provided such persons have not visited any other countries or regions within 10 days of their departure for Austria.

The Austrian government has designated the following countries / regions as high-risk areas for COVID-19: Albania, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, Hubei Province in China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kosovo, Mexico, Moldavia, Montenegro, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Serbia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, and United States. Persons arriving from these locations must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Those unable to produce such proof must undergo testing upon arrival and self-isolate while awaiting their results. More information is available at the following URL: https://www.austria.info/en/service-and-facts/coronavirus-information
ArmeniaPartially restricted
Foreign nationals from countries or regions with a high prevalence of COVID-19 infections are prohibited from entering Armenia. A state of emergency is in effect until at least August 12, 2020. Armenia's land borders with Georgia and Iran are closed. Armenian nationals may depart Armenia only by air.
BelarusPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, all persons arriving in Belarus must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from the following countries / regions: Austria, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaPartially restricted
From July 16, 2020, Citizens of the EU member-countries and Schengen Agreement member-countries, as well as persons holding a multiply Schengen visa or EU countries’ visa, or an appropriate stay permit in the EU counties or Schengen zone countries, a negative covid-19 PCR test result no older than 48 hours will be required upon entry.
BulgariaPartially restricted
From July 16, 2020, foreign nationals must carry documentation showing a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. 

Persons who do not carry such documentation must undergo a 14-day quarantine. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, and Vatican City.
CroatiaPartially restricted
From July 10, 2020, persons arriving in Croatia must either: 1) carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 48 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, or 2) self-isolate for 14 days. 

Persons who, after 7 days in self-isolation in Croatia, agree to undergo testing for COVID-19 at their own expense may shorten the length of time they are required to remain isolated. To facilitate travel to Croatia, the Croatian government asks all foreign nationals prior to departure to submit the online form found at the following URL: https://entercroatia.mup.hr/
CyprusPartially restricted
From June 20, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Cyprus. This policy does not apply to nationals from the following countries or regions: Australia, Austria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, and Switzerland. Persons traveling from Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Romania, Serbia, or the United Arab Emirates must present a certificate showing a negative test result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed no more than 72 hours prior to departure for Cyprus. 

Persons traveling to Cyprus should apply online for the "CyprusFlightPass" 24 hours before their scheduled flight time. Applications may be found at: https://cyprusflightpass.gov.cy/
Czech RepublicPartially restricted
From July 13, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering the Czech Republic. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from one of the following countries or regions: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vatican City.
EstoniaPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Estonia. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, or the United Kingdom. Foreign nationals arriving in Estonia must self-isolate for 14 days. This policy does not apply to persons who, within 14 days of their arrival in Estonia, have not traveled outside the following countries or regions: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Switzerland.
FinlandPartially restricted
From July 13, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Finland. This policy does not apply to essential travel or persons arriving for work-related reasons from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, China, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, and Uruguay. Additional exemptions exist for leisure travel from the following countries / regions: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Malta, Netherlands, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Vatican City. Persons arriving in Finland are encouraged to self-isolate for 14 days. This does not apply to persons arriving from any country or region explicitly named above with the exception of Austria, Slovenia, and Switzerland.
GeorgiaPartially restricted
From July 9, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Georgia. This policy does not apply to citizens or lawful residents from Estonia, France, Germany, Latvia, or Lithuania provided such persons arrive via a direct flight from one of those countries. 

Foreign nationals must undergo thermal screening upon arrival and persons who register a temperature above 37°C (98.6°F) must directly undergo a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19. PCR testing is also mandatory for any individual who, within 14 days of their arrival in Georgia, has traveled to a country / region outside the European Union, or a country / region designated by the World Health Organization as high-risk for COVID-19. Additional exemptions exist for persons traveling to Georgia for business provided such persons submit the appropriate documentation and gain a requisite permit from Georgian authorities prior to departure. Business travelers must, at their own expense, undergo PCR testing for COVID-19 every 72 hours or undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine. This policy does not apply to business travelers from Estonia, France, Germany, Latvia, or Lithuania.
GreecePartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Greece. This policy does not apply to residents from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, and Uruguay. Additional exemptions exist for persons who hold a valid Greek residence permit, border security personnel, diplomats, family members of EU citizens, healthcare workers or persons engaged in health research, humanitarian aid workers, military personnel, seasonal agricultural laborers, staff of international organizations, and persons employed in the transportation sector.  

Persons seeking to enter Greece for non-essential reasons via the Promachonas checkpoint on the land border with Bulgaria must present proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to arrival using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Land border checkpoints with Albania, North Macedonia, and Turkey are closed. This policy does not apply to persons with a compelling reason to enter Greece.
GreenlandPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Greenland. This policy does not apply to citizens or lawful permanent residents from Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Germany, Iceland, and Norway. The total number of persons who may fly to Greenland each week is capped at 600. Persons arriving in Greenland must produce a certificate issued no more than 120 hours prior to departure showing a negative test result for COVID-19 and complete a personal locator form ("Sumut" form) detailing their travel itinerary. This form is available at: https://www.sumut2020.gl . Upon arrival, all persons must proceed directly to quarantine and undergo an additional test for COVID-19 after 5 days in isolation.
HungaryPartially restricted
From July 15, 2020, the Hungarian government will designate countries / regions as either "green" (low risk), "yellow" (moderate risk), or "red" (high risk) based on determinations by Hungarian national health authorities. The following policies will apply to persons traveling to Hungary based on their country / region of origin:
1) Persons arriving from "green" countries / regions may enter Hungary without restriction;
2) Persons arriving from "yellow" countries / regions must undergo screening for COVID-19 and a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Testing and quarantine requirements may be waved on a case-by-case basis for persons who hold proof of two (2) negative results for COVID-19 issued at least 48 hours apart using separate polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests conducted no more than 5 days prior to scheduled departure for Hungary;
3) Foreign nationals in "red" countries / regions are prohibited from entering Hungary. Hungarian nationals must undergo screening for COVID-19 and a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

The Office of the Hungarian Chief Medical Officer will publish a list of "yellow" and "red" countries on a regular basis. Countries and regions that do not appear on the list are understood to be "green." The preliminary list includes the following designations:
1) "Green" countries / regions include most locations within the European Union with some exceptions;
2) “Yellow" countries / regions include Bulgaria, China, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sweden, United Kingdom, and United States;
3) "Red" countries / regions include Albania, Australia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Ukraine, all countries / region on the African continent, as well as all countries / regions in Asia and Oceania (except China and Japan).
IcelandPartially restricted
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Iceland. This policy does not apply to citizens and legal residents from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Andorra, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Monaco, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Tunisia, Thailand, Uruguay, and Vatican City. Additional exemptions exist for persons traveling to Iceland for study or specialists traveling for work-related purposes. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo testing for COVID-19 or quarantine at their own expense. 

This policy does not apply to persons arriving from Denmark, Finland, Germany, Norway, or countries / regions not designated by the Islandic government as "high-risk" for COVID-19. Additional exemptions exist for persons born in 2005 or later.
IrelandPartially restricted
All persons (including Irish nationals) must submit, prior to arrival, a "COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form" and must, upon arrival, self-isolate for 14 days. This policy does not apply to diplomats or essential supply chain workers. Failure to submit the locator form is considered an offense. 

Forms are available at the following web address: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/e885b2-covid-19-coronavirus-travel-advice/
LatviaPartially restricted
From July 16, 2020, all persons (including Latvian nationals) arriving from, or having transited through, countries or regions where the 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 infections exceeds 16 individuals per 100,000 must self-isolate for 14 days. 

Additionally, all persons must fill in a questionnaire detailing their travel history during the 14 days prior to their arrival in Latvia as well as local contact information including the address of the accommodation where they intend to complete their self-isolation requirement. This information will be used by the Latvian National Police and Centre for Disease Prevention and Control to facility contact tracing and the notification of people potentially exposed to COVID-19. More information is available at the following URL: https://covid19.gov.lv/en/support-society/careful-travel/persons-who-wish-arrive-latvia
LithuaniaPartially restricted
From July 27, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Lithuania. This policy does not apply to persons who reside in countries or regions in the European Union (with the exception of Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Portugal, Romania, Spain, and Sweden), countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, or Uruguay, provided the rate of COVID-19 infections in those locations has not exceeded 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants during the 14 days prior to arrival in Lithuania according to the Lithuanian State Commander of National Emergency Operations. Persons arriving from Austria, the Czech Republic, or Switzerland must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

Further exemptions exist for foreign nationals who are family members of Lithuanian citizens, persons enjoying immunities and privileges under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961) or the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963), persons serving in military units of NATO and of NATO countries, and their family members, crew members engaged in commercial transportation, healthcare professionals, artists holding permission from the Minister of Culture, journalists holding permission of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and other persons holding specific permission from the Lithuanian government.
LuxembourgPartially restricted
From July 30, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Luxembourg. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, or Uruguay.
MaltaPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Malta. This policy does not apply to persons arriving on flights from Austria, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Sardinia, Sicily, Slovakia, or Switzerland. Beginning July 15, 2020, additional international arrivals may be permitted.
MoldovaEntry prohibited
From March 17, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Moldova. This policy does not apply to lawful residents, accredited diplomats, and those with pre-coordinated transit permits. Persons entering Moldova must self-quarantine for two weeks. Local authorities will verify compliance with these measures.
MontenegroPartially restricted
From July 2, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Montenegro. This policy does not apply to persons who meet all of the following criteria: 
1) Residents of a country or region designated by Montenegrin authorities as ""green"" (see below); 
2) Persons who can prove that within 15 days of departing for Montenegro they have remained exclusively within ""green"" countries or regions;
3) Persons who have traveled exclusively within ""green"" countries or regions (with the exception of brief transit stops as indicated on verifiable travel documents).

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

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

From July 22, 2020, the Montenegrin government has declared a nationwide epidemic of COVID-19 and re-imposed protective health measures including limiting on public gatherings, enforcing of physical distancing guidelines, and mandating the wearing of protective masks.
NetherlandsPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering the Netherlands for non-essential travel. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from countries or regions in the European Union, countries or regions associated with the Schengen Area, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, or Uruguay. Further exemptions exist for persons holding a "long-stay visa," persons holding a temporary residence permit, and persons performing essential functions. All persons traveling from outside the European Union, Schengen Area, or the United Kingdom must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. This policy does not apply to the countries / regions listed above. Persons arriving from Vale do Tejo (including Lisbon) in Portugal, Romania, Segrià and La Mariña-Lugo in Spain, Sweden, or Leicester in the United Kingdom are strongly advised to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in the Netherlands.
NorwayPartially restricted
From July 15, 2020, all persons residing in an EU/EEA or Schengen country will be able to enter Norway. 

Those who live in a country with a low risk of infection do not need to be quarantined when they travel to Norway: Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Germany and Austria and the regions Blekinge, Kronoberg and Skåne in Sweden.
Those who live in a country with a high risk of infection must be quarantined when they travel to Norway: Bulgaria, Croatia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Romania, parts of Sweden (see exceptions above) and Hungary.
North MacedoniaNormal
From July 1, 2020, airports have reopened and travelers may enter North Macedonia as normal.
PolandPartially restricted
From June 13, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Poland. This policy does not apply to nationals from countries and regions in the European Union or countries and regions associated with the Schengen Area. Nationals from Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine may enter Poland provided they are the spouse or child of a Polish national or hold a valid Polish work permit. Passenger rail service to destinations outside the European Union is suspended.
RomaniaPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, foreign nationals and stateless persons are prohibited from entering Romania. This policy does not apply to citizens from countries and regions in the European Union, foreign nationals and their family members who legally reside in Romania, persons who hold a valid Romanian residence permit, and diplomats or staff of international organizations and humanitarian missions. Persons displaying symptoms consistent with COVID-19 must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
SerbiaPartially restricted
From May 22, 2020, a negative test or a special permit for both domestic and foreign citizens will not be required to enter the Republic of Serbia. Serbian nationals returning from outbreak hotspots will be quarantined from between 14 to 28 days. 

From May 12, 2020, foreign nationals can enter the Republic of Serbia under two conditions - a negative PCR test for coronavirus not older than 72 hours and a permit issued by a commission consisting of representatives of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior. This permit is issued by the Serbian embassy or consulate in the country from which a foreign national arrives.
SloveniaPartially restricted
From July 4, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Slovenia. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czechia (with the exception of the Moravian-Silesian Region), Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, or Switzerland. Persons arriving from other countries or regions in the European Union or the United Kingdom must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
SlovakiaPartially restricted
From July 6, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Slovakia. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from one of the following countries or regions: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, the Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, and Switzerland. 

Persons entering Slovakia from one of these countries or regions who, within 14 days prior to their arrival in Slovakia, traveled to a third-country or region must carry a certificate issued no more than 96 hours prior to arrival in Slovakia showing a negative result for COVID-19 using a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. Test results must be in English, German, Czech, or Slovak. Persons awaiting test results are required to self-isolate.
UkrainePartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, international flights to Ukraine have resumed. Foreign nationals must provide proof of medical insurance sufficient to cover any expenses related to treatment for COVID-19 while in Ukraine. Persons traveling from countries deemed to have a high prevalence of COVID-19 infections must self-isolate upon arrival.
AustraliaEntry prohibited
From March 20, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Australia. This policy does not apply to Australian citizens, residents, and their immediate family members. Additional exemptions are possible on a case-by-case basis. From March 28, 2020, all persons arriving in Australia will be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a designated facility at their port of arrival.
New ZealandEntry prohibited
From March 19, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering New Zealand. This policy allows for exemptions made on a case-by-case basis for humanitarian reasons, healthcare and other essential workers, citizens of Samoa and Tonga traveling to New Zealand for essential reasons, and partners or dependents of temporary workers or foreign students currently in New Zealand. All persons arriving in New Zealand must undergo quarantine at a designated facility.
American SamoaPartially restricted
Travelers from affected foreign countries or regions (Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, South Korea)entering American Samoa have to spend 14 days in a country or region not affected by the coronavirus and acquire a 3-day health clearance — day 11 of the 14 days — before entry.
FijiEntry prohibited
Until July 31, 2020, all international flights on Fiji Airways are cancelled. Domestic flights will begin to resume May 15, 2020. A nationwide curfew from 20:00 (8:00 p.m.) to 05:00 (5:00 a.m.) is in effect.
Cook IslandsPartially restricted
From March 25, all travelers will be denied entry, except for: New Zealand passport holders; New Zealand Permanent Resident holder; Australia Citizens and Permanent Residents who normally live in New Zealand; Cook Islanders; Permanent Residents of the Cook Islands; Cook Islands Work permit holders; Cook Island Residents permit holders.

Entry will also be permitted for any immediate family (partner or spouse, legal guardian and dependent children) if they are travelling with one of the above persons. 

All new arrivals are required to undergo supervised quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
Marshall IslandsEntry prohibited
From March 25, all international travelers will not be allowed entry.
MicronesiaEntry prohibited
All persons are prohibited from entering Micronesia until further notice.
PalauPartially restricted
From February 5 until June 30, 2020, Palau will prohibit entry of all travelers with travel history originating from or transiting through mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau within 14 days of their arrival in the country.

Exemption may be made to this prohibition for Palauan citizens and residents, provided that such persons submit to a comprehensive health screening and agree to a 14-day self-quarantine upon arrival in Palau.

Any person, including a crew member, a Palauan citizen, or a Palau resident, arriving into Palau at any point of entry is required to complete a health declaration form and to submit to all testing and quarantine procedures.

All resident workers of Palau are advised to carry their worker’s permit and immigration entry permit while traveling.

From February 1 to June 30, 2020, flights from mainland China (including Hong Kong, Macau) to Palau are suspended.
Papua New GuineaPartially restricted
All persons traveling to Papua New Guinea (including nationals) must arrive via air at Jacksons International Airport (POM) in Port Moresby. Traditional border checkpoints on routes from Australia, Indonesia, Micronesia, and the Solomon Islands are closed. 

In order to board a flight bound for Papua New Guinea, all persons must provide proof they have tested negative for detectable levels of COVID-19 within the previous 7 days and hold authorization from the Controller of the COVID-19 National Control Centre. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo quarantine at a designated facility in Port Moresby. This requirement does not apply to diplomats, who may self-isolate for 14-days at their place of residence.
NiueEntry prohibited
From April 2 to August 31, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Niue. This policy does not apply to residents who have lived in Niue for more than 12 months and residents who have lived continuously in Niue for at least 6 of the past 12 months, professionals, and technicians such as medical personnel who hold written permission from the Niue government.

All persons arriving to Niue by flight must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated facility.
SamoaEntry prohibited
Until at least July 2, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Samoa. All international flights are suspended and all maritime vessels are prohibited from docking at Samoan ports. This policy does not apply to shipments of cargo.

Persons seeking to return to Samoa shall be given consideration provided they fall into one of the following categories:
(i) returning residents with return tickets;
(ii) returning resident students;
(iii) persons whose travel permits or visas for New Zealand have expired;
(iv) persons providing essential services in Samoa;
(v) returning resident patients who travelled overseas for medical purposes;
(vi) families with children and persons over the age of 60 years;
(vii) returning resident sports teams and seasonal employees with expired employment contracts;
(viii) general returning residents (“tagata lautele”);
(ix) any other special and relevant ground for travel to Samoa.

Prior to departure for Samoa, all persons must quarantine for 14 days and undergo a test for COVID-19 no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo a 14-day quarantine in Samoa.
Solomon IslandsEntry prohibited
From March 22, Non-Citizens of Solomon Islands will not be permitted to enter the country. Solomon Islands Citizens and residents who travelled through any country reporting cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will be permitted to enter but will undergo mandatory strict quarantine for 14 days.
TongaEntry prohibited
From June 22, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Tonga. This policy does not apply to persons who hold a Tongan passport, a valid residency permit, or a valid working visa, or to persons specifically approved by the Tongan Ministry of Health. 

All persons arriving in Tonga must register with the Ministry of Health Border Control Team and provide the following documentation: a completed "Arrival Health Declaration" card and a medical clearance form issued no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Tonga. All persons must undergo a 14-day quarantine in Tongatapu and must comply with all directives issued by the Ministry of Health Border Control Team. 

All persons arriving in Tonga from abroad must first pass through Tongatapu. All international cruise ships and yachts are prohibited from docking at any Tongan port until further notice.
VanuatuEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Vanuatu. This policy does not apply to citizens or lawful residents. All border checkpoints are closed and all international flights are suspended. A state of emergency is in effect until at least December 31, 2020.
United StatesPartially restricted
Foreign nationals who have visited any of the following countries / regions within 14 days of their arrival in the United States are prohibited from entering:

Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mainland China, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Vatican City, United Kingdom.

For US nationals and lawful permanent residents, and their family members, those who have traveled to one of the above-listed countries / regions within 14 days of arrival will be redirected to one of 15 specially-designated airports. All persons returning to the United States from abroad should self-isolate and monitor their health status for 14 days. From March 20, 2020, the United States government has suspended the issuing of new visas. From March 21, 2020, all US land border checkpoints with Canada and Mexico are closed to non-essential traffic. From June 24, 2020, additional restrictions are in place for persons holding special category visas including H-1B, H-2B, J-1, and L-1 visas. Travelers should verify their status with the US Department of Homeland Security prior to making travel arrangements.
CanadaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Canada. This policy does not apply to permanent residents, US citizens, temporary foreign workers, certain international students, transiting passengers who are to remain in the secure transit area of a Canadian airport, accredited diplomats and their immediate family members, crew members on air or marine transport, any person whose presence in Canada is in the national interest, any person who is coming at the invitation of the Minister of Health for the purpose of COVID-19 assistance, or any person whose purpose is to make medical deliveries. From June 8, 2020, immediate family members of Canadian citizens or permanent residents may enter Canada provided they: 1) do not have COVID-19 and are not exhibiting any associated symptoms, 2) are entering Canada to be with an immediate family member, and 3) will remain in Canada for at least 15 days. Additional exemptions apply for certain persons needing to enter Canada for essential purposes. Canada's land border with the United States is closed to all non-essential travel.
Antigua and BarbudaPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, all persons arriving in Antigua and Barbuda by air must carry documentation issued no more than 7 days prior to departure showing a negative result for COVID-19 using a real time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. Persons arriving by sea are subject to quarantine measures in accordance with guidelines established by local health authorities. Passengers disembarking in Antigua and Barbuda must complete a health declaration and undergo a health screening for symptoms of COVID-19. All persons, regardless of their mode of transportation, will be monitored for COVID-19 for up to 14 days following their arrival in accordance with local health guidelines.
BahamasPartially restricted
From July 22, 2020, all persons arriving in the Bahamas are required to complete an "Electronic Health Visa" and must have proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 10 days prior to departure using a reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. Test results must be uploaded via the "Electronic Health Visa" at the following URL for inspection upon arrival: https://travel.gov.bs . 

All persons arriving in the Bahamas must undergo a 14-day quarantine. Private and charter flights as well as seagoing vessels from the United States are prohibited from arriving at Freeport. Persons traveling from Canada, the European Union, or the United Kingdom are exempt from the current emergency decree.
BarbadosPartially restricted
Travelers will be screened, those showing symptoms will be quarantined.

CubaNormal
From March 24 to June 30, 2020, all travelers are prohibited from entering Cuba, except for Cuban citizens and foreigners living in Cuba for work, those allowed entry have to be isolated for 14 days; foreign tourists are allowed leaving Cuba; only cargo flights and ships are allowed to enter Cuba, and their crew are subject to medical monitoring.

DominicaEntry prohibited
International passenger flights are suspended. The Dominican government has announced a plan to reopen the country’s borders beginning in July, 2020.
Costa RicaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Costa Rica and all border checkpoints are closed until at least August 1, 2020.
BelizeEntry prohibited
From March 21, land border with Mexico has been closed, tentatively for 30 days, except for cargo. From March 23, Belize's main airport has ceased operations.
Belize’s international airport (BZE), the Philip Goldson International Airport will be opened on August 15, 2020, allowing for further travel relaxation and open entry for chartered flights, private aviation and limited re-opening of international leisure travel with approved hotels only.
All visitors travelling to Belize have the option to take a Covid-19 test within 72-hours of travel.  Passengers who present a negative PCR test upon arrival, will be able to utilize the ‘fast track’ entry lane for much faster arrival processing.
All arriving passengers who test positive at the international airport will be placed in mandatory quarantine for a minimum of 14 days at the passengers’ expense.
Dominican RepublicNormal
All persons arriving in or departing from the Dominican Republic may be asked to undergo health screening. From July 21, 2020, a curfew is in effect in most parts of the country. More information is available at the following URL: https://www.godominicanrepublic.com/newsroom/coronavirus/
El SalvadorEntry prohibited
From March 22, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering El Salvador. This policy does not apply to legal residents or accredited diplomats. A nationwide stay-at-home order is in place.
GrenadaEntry prohibited
A curfew is imposed from March 30 until further notice, every person shall remain confined to their place of residence. All airports and seaports are closed, no person shall be permitted to enter, including transiting through Grenada.
CuracaoEntry prohibited
From March 24, 2020, all persons are prohibited from entering Curaçao. A 24-hour curfew is in place.
GuatemalaEntry prohibited
All air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed until further notice. A nationwide curfew is in place until at least July 27, 2020.
HaitiNormal
From July 1, 2020, all persons arriving Haiti must fill out and submit a health declaration pertaining to their COVID-19 status. All persons must retain a copy of this form for 14 days following arrival in order to facilitate contact tracing as necessary.
HondurasEntry prohibited
From March 15, 2020, all air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed. This policy does not apply to the transportation of cargo and supplies.
JamaicaPartially restricted
From June 15, 2020, all persons (including Jamaican nationals) must present a "Travel Authorization" document prior to boarding flights bound for Jamaica. These documents are available at the following URL: https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/ . 

All persons 12 years of age or older traveling for non-business reasons from Arizona, Florida, New York, and Texas in the United States must upload proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 10 days prior to departure by a medical laboratory accredited by the US College of American Pathologists (CAP). A negative result is required to obtain travel authorization for Jamaica. More information is available at the following URL: https://www.visitjamaica.com/
Northern Mariana IslandsPartially restricted
All persons (including residents) arriving from a country with an identified COVID-19 outbreak (including Guam, Hawaii, and the Continental United States) must self-isolate for 14 days. From March 31, 2020, a curfew is in effect.
MexicoNormal
Persons traveling to Mexico via air are required to complete a "Questionnaire of Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers." The form is available at: https://afac.hostingerapp.com/ . Mexico’s land border with the United States is closed all to non-essential travel.
NicaraguaEntry prohibited
From April 9, 2020, all international flights are suspended. All persons seeking to enter Nicaragua will be screened for COVID-19. Those exhibiting symptoms must undergo quarantine.
PanamaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Panama. This policy does not apply to lawful residents. All persons arriving in Panama must self-isolate for 14 days. A state of emergency is in effect nationwide until further notice. All international flights are suspended.
Saint Kitts and NevisEntry prohibited
All air and sea border checkpoints are closed to commercial traffic until further notice.
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesPartially restricted
All persons having been in mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Singapore, Japan, South Korea in the last 14 days will be denied entry.
Trinidad and TobagoEntry prohibited
From March 23, 2020, all border checkpoints are closed and all persons (including nationals) are prohibited from entering Trinidad and Tobago. This policy does not apply to vessels transporting cargo.
Saint LuciaNormal
From July 9, 2020, all persons arriving in Saint Lucia must complete a Pre-Arrival Travel Registration Form and provide proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 7 days prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from within the Caribbean travel bubble. While in Saint Lucia, all persons must adhere to strict physical distancing guidelines.
Sint MaartenEntry prohibited
From March 30, 2020, all persons are prohibited from entering Sint Maarten. A curfew from 20:00 to 06:00 (8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.) is in place.
ArgentinaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Argentina. This policy does not apply to legal residents. A nationwide home quarantine order is in effect until at least August 16, 2020. Most international flights are suspended.
BoliviaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Bolivia until at least August 31, 2020. This policy does not apply to legal residents, diplomats, members of special missions or international organizations, technical specialists, and persons transporting goods or cargo.
ArubaEntry prohibited
From March 29, 2020, all persons are prohibited from entering Aruba. A 24-hour curfew is in place.
BrazilPartially restricted
From July 29, 2020, foreign nationals must provide proof of medical insurance with sufficient coverage for the duration of their intended stay prior to boarding flights bound for Brazil. Short-term stays are limited to 90 days and foreign nationals must meet all normal immigration requirements, such as holding a valid visa where necessary. International air travel is currently prohibited to the following Brazilian states: Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraiba, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondonia, and Tocantins. This list is subject to change. All land and sea border checkpoints remain closed to foreign nationals. This policy does not apply to permanent residents, foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government, foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government, spouses, domestic partners, sons or daughters, fathers or mothers, or caregivers of a Brazilian citizen, any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest, or persons engaged in the transportation of cargo. Additional exemptions exist for humanitarian access and cross-border migrant workers with appropriate documentation.
ChileEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Chile. Chilean citizens and lawful residents returning from countries or regions deemed high-risk for COVID-19 must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
ColombiaEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Colombia. This policy does not apply to lawful residents or diplomats. All persons granted entry (including Colombian nationals) must self-isolate for 14 days. A nationwide state of emergency is in effect, cruise ships are prohibited from docking at Colombian ports, and all international flights are suspended until at least August 31, 2020.
EcuadorPartially restricted
From June 1, 2020, persons returning from abroad must undergo rapid-result testing for COVID-19. Those who test positive will be isolated and undergo an additional polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for confirmation. Upon arrival, all persons must undergo a period of "Mandatory Preventive Isolation (APO)." All land border checkpoints are closed.
GuyanaEntry prohibited
All airports shall be closed to all international flights except for outgoing flights, cargo flights, medical evacuation flights, technical stops for fuel only, and special authorized flights.
ParaguayEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Paraguay. All land border checkpoints are closed and all international flights are suspended until further notice. Any persons granted entry to Paraguay must self-isolate for 14 days.
PeruEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Peru. All air and sea passenger transport services are suspended. A daily curfew is in effect nationwide from 21:00 (9:00 p.m.) to 04:00 (4:00 a.m.).
SurinameEntry prohibited
All travel to Suriname is prohibited. All air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed until further notice. A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide from 21:00 (9:00 p.m.) to 05:00 (5:00 a.m.).
UruguayEntry prohibited
From March 25, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Uruguay. This policy does not apply to legal residents, diplomats accredited to the Uruguayan government or to international organizations based in Uruguay, persons engaged in the transport of goods, merchandise, correspondence, supplies, or humanitarian and health aid. From July 6, 2020, all persons permitted entering Uruguay must provide a negative PCR test results with 72 hours prior to their arrival and self-isolate for 7 days after entry.
VenezuelaEntry prohibited
From March 12, all the country will be in quarantine. All International Flights have been suspended. All travelers have to self-quarantine for 14 days after entry. 

From July 15, 2020, the Venezuelan government announced the implementation of strict "level 1 radical quarantine" measures across the country, requiring all citizens to be isolated at home.
AlgeriaEntry prohibited
The government declared state of emergency on March 17, all borders have been closed, all air and sea travel have been suspended. From July 9, 2020, the government has imposed a partial confinement for at least 15 days.
AngolaEntry prohibited
From June 30, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Angola. This policy does not apply to long-term residents, diplomats, crews transporting cargo, or humanitarian aid workers. 

All persons (including Angolan nationals) must hold proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 8 days prior to departure and must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Angola. All land border checkpoints are closed until further notice and passenger vessels are prohibited from docking at Angolan ports. A "state of public calamity" is in effect until further notice.
BeninPartially restricted
From March 19, 2020, unnecessary travel to Benin is prohibited. All persons seeking to enter will be screened for COVID-19 and those showing symptoms will be quarantined. Persons arriving at Cotonou Cadjehoun Airport will be tested for COVID-19 with a second test to be administered after 15 days. Those who test positive will be sent to quarantine at designated facilities.
BotswanaEntry prohibited
International flights are suspended and cross-border movement between neighboring countries / regions (including Eswatini and Lesotho) is restricted. Foreign nationals who have visited countries or regions the Botswanan government considers high-risk for COVID-19 are prohibited from entering. Botswanan nationals returning from such locations must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. A nationwide state of emergency is in effect and all persons seeking to travel to different regions within Botswana must obtain a movement permit. More information is available at the following URL: https://covid19.gov.bw/
Burkina FasoEntry prohibited
From August 1, 2020, persons arriving in Burkina Faso must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 5 days prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed by an approved healthcare service provider in their place of departure.
BurundiEntry prohibited
International passenger flights are suspended. All travelers who have visited Australia, China, the European Union, Iran, Japan, South Korea, United Kingdom, and United States must undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
CameroonEntry prohibited
From March 18 until further notice, all borders will be closed closed, all international flights will suspended, except for freight flights and ships that transport consumer goods all airports will no longer issue entry visa.
ChadPartially restricted
The government has decided to suspend flights to N'Djamena from midnight on March 19.

International flight will resume from August 1, 2020, a COVID-19 negative PCR test certificate within 72 hours will be required upon arrival in Chad. Travellers staying more than 7 days must remain confined to their home and take a second PCR test on the 7th day. Passengers staying less than 7 days must report their places of residence and local contacts.
Cape VerdeEntry prohibited
From March 27, 2020, all air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed. A nationwide quarantine is in effect.
ComorosEntry prohibited
All travelers from coronavirus affected countries or regions will not be allowed entry. All international commercial flights have been suspended until further notice.
Republic of the CongoEntry prohibited
All air, land, river, and sea border checkpoints are closed to passenger traffic. A state of emergency is in effect until at least July 10, 2020.
Central African RepublicEntry prohibited
From March 26, 2020 foreign nationals having visited any country or region impacted by COVID-19 within 15 days of their arrival in the Central African Republic are prohibited from entry. This policy does not apply to diplomats and staff of humanitarian missions.
Democratic Republic of the CongoPartially restricted
From March 20, all flights from countries at risk have been suspended, except cargo. All passengers residing in countries at risk have to postpone their travel to DRC. All travelers will be screened, suspected cases will be subject to a 14-day quarantine, those tested positive will be transferred to hospitals.
Côte d'IvoirePartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, international flights have resumed. Persons arriving in Côte d'Ivoire must undergo strict health screening for COVID-19. All land border checkpoints remain closed until at least July 15, 2020.
DjiboutiNormal
From July 17, 2020, all persons arriving in Djibouti are subject to testing for COVID-19 at their own expense.
EgyptNormal
From July 1, 2020, all persons arriving in Egypt are required to undergo temperature screening and are expected to comply with all relevant local epidemic prevention measures.
EthiopiaPartially restricted
From June 20, 2020, all persons arriving at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD) holding proof of a negative test for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test are required to self-isolate for 14 days at their home or a suitable place of accommodation. Persons who do not hold such proof must, at their own expense, undergo a 7-day quarantine at a designated facility, followed by a test for COVID-19, followed by an additional 7-day quarantine at home or a suitable place of accommodation. This policy does not apply to diplomats or passengers transiting through Ethiopia.
Equatorial GuineaPartially restricted
From June 15, air and sea travel will be resumed, and all passengers from abroad must have a negative PCR test result certificate no olders than 48 hours. All passengers have to undergo a mandatory quarantine for 14 days after entry at their own expense. Restaurants, shops, places of worship, and hotels will also be allowed to reopen, provided they follow hygiene standards. 

EritreaEntry prohibited
From March 25, 2020, commercial passenger flights to and from Eritrea are suspended. From April 2, 2020, a nationwide lockdown is in effect.
GabonPartially restricted
From July 1, 2020, air border will be reopen, each airline will be allowed to operate 2 international flights a week, and passengers should provide a negative nucleic acid test report. The land and sea borders remain closed.
GambiaEntry prohibited
From March 23, 2020, the border with Senegal is closed and international flights are suspended. This policy does not apply to cargo or medical flights.

GhanaEntry prohibited
From March 22, 2020, all air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed until further notice. This policy does not apply to goods, supplies, or cargo.
GuineaPartially restricted
From July 17, 2020, persons arriving on Guinea must complete a health declaration form and must present proof of a negative result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test within 7 days.
EswatiniEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Eswatini until further notice. This policy does not apply to lawful residents.
Guinea-bissauEntry prohibited
From March 18,  all land, air and sea borders of the country have been closed.
KenyaPartially restricted
From August 1, 2020, persons arriving in Kenya must present proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Those exhibiting symptoms consistent with COVID-19 are subject to quarantine.

LesothoEntry prohibited
Until Further notice, all borders are closed, all persons are not allowed to enter Lesotho, except for emergency. Every person shall be confined to his place of residence.
LibyaEntry prohibited
From March 16, 2020, all air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed. A state of emergency is in effect.
LiberiaPartially restricted
From August 1, 2020, all persons arriving in Liberia must carry proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 and must undergo additional testing upon arrival.
MadagascarEntry prohibited
From March 14, all international flights have been suspended. Cruise ships are also banned from entering ports in Madagascar.

A nationwide curfew is in place until further notice, from July 9, 2020, the capital and Analamanga region has been in lockdown.
MalawiEntry prohibited
The President on March 20 declared a state of disaster. From March 23 foreigners from coronavirus-hit countries would be barred from entering Malawi, while nationals and residents returning from affected countries would be subjected to self- or institutional quarantine. The Malawi government has also temporary suspended the issuance of visas to citizens of countries highly affected by the disease.
MauritaniaEntry prohibited
All travelers will be quarantined for 14 days. The borders with neighboring countries are closed, 6 border crossings remain open. All travelers will undergo temperature check at entry points. From March 17, all flights to Mauritania will be suspended.
MauritiusEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Mauritius. From May 31, 2020, domestic restrictions on movement will be eased and normal activities will gradually resume.
MaliPartially restricted
From July 25, 2020, all persons traveling to Mali must complete an online health declaration and provide proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. 

Persons who fail to provide such proof must, at their own expense, undergo testing and quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival. Health declarations forms are available from the following URLs: www.sante.gov.ml or www.anac-mali.org
MoroccoEntry prohibited
All international flights are suspended. This policy does not apply to cargo flights. State of emergency has been extended until August 10, 2020. From July 15, 2020, citizens and residents of Morocco will be allowed entry. They have to provide a PCR test result and a Serology test result upon arrival.
MozambiqueEntry prohibited
The Mozambican government has suspended the issuing of new visas and all previously-issued visas are no longer valid. A state of emergency is in effect and all persons returning from abroad or who have been in contact with persons known to have COVID-19 must undergo a 14-day quarantine. All commercial flights are suspended until at least July 31, 2020.
NamibiaEntry prohibited
Air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed to non-essential travel. From June 30, 2020, all persons (including Namibian nationals) must undergo testing for COVID-19 upon arrival and quarantine in a designated facility at their own expense.
NigerEntry prohibited
From March 19, 2020, all land border checkpoints are closed and all international passenger flights are suspended.
NigeriaPartially restricted
All persons entering Nigeria must have proof issued no more than 14 days prior to departure of a negative result for COVID-19 using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Nigerian authorities recommend travelers get tested no more than 5 days prior to departure for Nigeria. All persons must provide verifiable information on a "Health Declaration/Self-Reporting Form" and a "Sample Collection Time Allocation Form" while en route to Nigeria. 

All persons must self-isolate for 14-days upon arrival and must remain in the same city/state they used as a port of entry for the duration of their self-isolation period. International flights are suspended and domestic interstate travel is prohibited. This policy does not apply to the movement of goods or the provision of services.
RwandaPartially restricted
Persons traveling to Rwanda must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and fill in the online form found at the following URL: https://caa.gov.rw . 

All persons must, at their own expense, undergo an additional PCR test for COVID-19 at the cost of US$50 and a 24-hour quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival. A nightly curfew is in effect nationwide between 21:00 (9:00 p.m.) and 05:00 (5:00 a.m.) and several districts in Kigali are under confinement orders. Masks must be worn in public and all land border checkpoints remain closed.
Sao Tome and PrincipeEntry prohibited
From March 17, the Country has entered a state of public health emergency. All foreign citizens are not allowed to enter; citizens and residents of Sao Tome and Principe have to self-quarantine at home isolation. Technology and government delegations invited by the government of Sao Tome and Principe are allowed to enter, but must have a proof of negative testing results of the coronavirus at the airport of departure. Charter flights are prohibited from landing at Sao Tome and Principe airports, and cruise ships are prohibited from docking at the ports of Sao Tome and Principe. Crew and passengers of cargo ships, fishing vessels, and yachts are prohibited from docking in Ports of Sao Tome and Principe.
SenegalEntry prohibited
From 15 July, 2020, international commercial flights will be resumed.
SeychellesPartially restricted
From August 1, 2020, the Seychelles government will designate countries / regions as either low-risk, medium-risk, or high-risk for COVID-19:
1) Persons arriving from low-risk locations must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. If a PCR test is not available, a rapid antigen test (RAT) may be substituted. Low-risk locations include the following: Belgium, China, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Mauritius, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Thailand;
2) Persons arriving from medium-risk locations must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Medium-risk locations include the following: Austria, Canada, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates;
3) Persons in high-risk locations are prohibited from entering Seychelles.
More information is available at the following URL: http://tourism.gov.sc/
Sierra LeoneEntry prohibited
From March 24, 2020, all border checkpoints are closed and a state of emergency is effect. All persons granted entry to Sierra Leone who have traveled to locations impacted by COVID-19 within 14 days of their arrival must undergo a 14-day quarantine.
SomaliaEntry prohibited
From March 18, 2020, all land border checkpoints are closed and all international flights are suspended.
South AfricaEntry prohibited
The ban on passenger vessels and cruise liners remains in place. Limited domestic air travel for business purposes will be allowed, subject to restrictions on the number of flights per day and authorization based on the reason for travel. 

Borders will remain closed to international travel, except for the repatriation of South African nationals and foreign citizens.
South SudanEntry prohibited
Travelers from more than 70 coronavirus affected countries and regions will not be allowed entry. From March 23, all international passenger flights will be suspended and all borders will be closed, except for cargo and humanitarian missions. All land borders will be closed, except for cargo.
SudanEntry prohibited
From March 16, the government has declared a state of health emergency and closed all airports, sea and land border, except for humanitarian mission, technical support and cargo.

TanzaniaPartially restricted
All persons arriving in Tanzania must carry proof of a negative test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to travel by an accredited laboratory or testing provider. Persons showing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 may be required to undergo additional testing upon arrival.
TogoEntry prohibited
From August 1, 2020, persons arriving at Gnassingbe Eyadema International Airport (LFW) in Lome must submit an "Immigration and Health Declaration Form," undergo a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19, and self-isolate while awaiting their test results. More information is available at the following URL: https://voyage.gouv.tg
TunisiaPartially restricted
From June 27, 2020, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Tunisia. This policy does not apply to persons arriving from one of the following countries / regions: Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Brunei, Cambodia, Chad, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Dominica, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Grenada, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Mainland China, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Saint Kitts and Nevis, San Marino, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Vietnam.

From June 27, 2020, persons arriving from one of the following countries / regions must provide proof of a negative test for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Tunisia: Albania, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Comoros, Cyprus, Czechia, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guyana, Hungary, India, Iran, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Maldives, Mali, Mexico, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Togo, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Zambia.

Please visit the following URL for the most up-to-date list before making travel decisions:  http://onmne.tn/fr/index.php
UgandaEntry prohibited
From March 25, 2020, all persons are prohibited from entering Uganda until further notice. All air, land, and sea border checkpoints are closed.
ZambiaPartially restricted
From July 27, 2020, persons arriving in Zambia must carry proof of a negative result for COVID-19 issued no more than 14 days prior to departure using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Additionally, they must complete a medical questionnaire and undergo screening for COVID-19. 

Persons seeking to travel to Zambia may submit a visa application online via the following URL: https://eservices.zambiaimmigration.gov.zm/#/home
ZimbabweEntry prohibited
Foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Zimbabwe. This policy does not apply to lawful residents. All persons entering Zimbabwe must undergo a 21-day quarantine at a designated facility. A nationwide lockdown is in effect and all persons are required to stay at home.
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