Coronavirus Update for Travel: Which countries can you go to and which are closed?

With movement being upset continually by COVID-19 (otherwise known as coronavirus), we'll be refreshing this article day by day to share which fringes are shut, and where on the planet is as yet open to explorers...

Every day, we'll update this article to keep you up to date with the latest coronavirus travel news. To find out if a specific destination is open for business, click one of the below links, or keep scrolling for the full list...

What's changed since yesterday? 

Heathrow airport has moved all flights to one terminal.

Emirates and Etihad have announced they will be running flights to help get stranded travellers back home. 

New Zealand has temporarily opened its borders to allow travellers to return home. 

Barbados has introduced a 24-hour curfew, and has closed all of its beaches and banned the sale alcohol. 


Which European countries have travel restrictions? 

The European Union: As of 16 March, the EU has prohibited all superfluous remote appearances. 

Albania: The FCO prompts against everything except basic travel, as there are serious limitations on movement and just basic organizations are open. 

Andorra: All ski resorts are presently shut and the FCO exhorts against everything except basic travel. 

Austria: As of 12 PM 16 March, flights from the UK will never again have consent to land in Austria. 

Bulgaria: The FCO is prompting against everything except basic travel to Bulgaria, and asre additionally encouraging Britons to leave the nation at the earliest opportunity. 

Croatia: On 19 March the Croatian government reported that it would close its property fringes for a time of 30 days. The Croatian government has additionally prompted that remote nationals who don't have a legitimate habitation license are not permitted to enter Croatia. Dubrovnik International Airport is presently shut. 

Czech Republic: UK residents without changeless or impermanent residency won't have the option to enter the Czech Republic, with the FCO prompting against everything except fundamental travel. 

Cyprus: The administration of Cyprus has restricted all voyagers from entering the nation starting at 15 March until 30 April. Cyprus is likewise shutting all visitor settlement from Saturday 21 March. 

Greece: Greek specialists have declared the suspension of direct business flights between the UK and Greece. This suspension will be set up until 3pm neighborhood time on 15 April. At present, it is conceivable to travel by implication among Greece and the UK (and the other way around). 

Hungary: The nation has announced a highly sensitive situation, with plans to close its fringes to all outsiders. Those in the nation are being encouraged to leave at the earliest opportunity. 

Estonia: The FCO prompts against everything except basic travel. 
Italy: The FCO prompts against everything except basic travel to the nation. Most of carriers have now quit traveling to Italy. All unnecessary organizations are currently shut across Italy.
France: Only occupants of France ands the individuals who work in France will be allowed access into the nation. 
Madeira and the Azores: The territorial legislatures of Madeira and the Azores prescribe against everything except basic travel to and from the archipelagos until further notification. 

Malta: The FCO has prompted against everything except fundamental travel and guests have been advised to leave as quickly as time permits. 

Montenegro: The FCO is prompting against everything except fundamental travel to Montenegro. 

Norway: The FCO has prompted against everything except fundamental travel to the nation and Norway has asked any individual who can't, Finnish, Icelandic, Swedish or occupants of Norway to leave. 

Poland: Poland has now shut its fringes, starting at 12 PM on Saturday 14 March, so you won't have the option to get into the nation. 

Russia: On the sixteenth March, Russia reported that it will limit section into the entire nation for practically all remote residents from 18 March until 1 May 2020. 

Spain: The FCO is prompting against everything except basic travel to Spain. Like Italy, Spain has shut everything except basic organizations, open occasions have been prohibited and there's a huge limitation of development inside the nation. All vacationer settlement choices in the nation have been told by the Spanish Government to near to Tuesday 24 March. 

Slovenia: The FCO is prompting against everything except basic travel to Slovenia. 

Turkey: The legislature in Turkey has reported that its fringes will currently be shut to all flights from the UK and Ireland.

Which European countries you can still travel to? 

  • Finland: Finnish borders will be closed initially between 19th March and 13th April to all arriving non-resident foreign nationals with some limited local exemptions. However, entry is extremely limited. Non-resident British nationals are permitted to enter Finland for limited essential or compassionate reasons with evidence for their travel. From 27 March, Finland is introducing new measures that restrict travel into, and out of, the Uusimaa region (including the wider Helsinki area). Trips to Helsinki air and sea ports are permitted if you have tickets for onward travel out of Finland.

  • Ireland: Flights and ferry services continue to operate between Ireland and Great Britain but at a reduced service. New visitors will have to self-quarantine for 14 days and the country is largely on lockdown. 

  • Portugal: Flights from Portugal to the UK have reduced considerably. There are strict measures in place and there are significant restrictions on movement within the country. Be aware that as of the 22 March the Portuguese government announced the closure of all campsites and motorhome parks to tourists and visitors. Be aware that anyone visiting the Algarve (Faro) or the North North (Viana do Castelo, Braga, Vila Real, Bragan├ža, Porto, Aveiro, Viseu) will have to self-quarantine for 14 days. As well as this, cruise ships can berth at ports on mainland Portugal, but passengers can only disembark if they are Portuguese nationals or residents. Recreational vessels and private yachts are not permitted to dock, except for refuelling or taking on supplies.


Which Asian countries have travel restrictions?

  • China: The FCO has advised against all travel to Hubei Province, and all but essential travel to the rest of mainland China. The more positive news is that China is slowly starting to emerge from the lockdown, and Chinese residents can now enjoy the Great Wall again, a section of which has reopened. The Badaling section of the Great Wall, from Bei Liu Lou to Nan Wu Lou Ban and the most popular part with tourists, will be open from 9am to 4pm every day. As well as this, Hubei province, where the virus began, has now lifted its travel restrictions for healthy residents. The travel restrictions on Wuhan will be partially lifted from the 8th April. 
  • India: All tourist visas to India have been suspended for at least a month. Visa-free travel for Indian citizens living overseas has also been suspended until 15 April. India has also now made the decision to close the Taj Mahal. 

  • Indonesia: The FCO advises against all but essential travel.

  • Israel: The Israeli authorities have announced that with effect from Wednesday 18 March, foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter unless they are citizens or residents of Israel.

  • Japan: Foreign visitors who have visited the UK or other affected countries will not be allowed to enter Japan. 
  • Laos: With immediate effect, the Government of the Lao PDR has suspended the visa on arrival and eVisa service at all international entry points for a period of 30 days for all nationals.The number of international flights out of Laos is reducing rapidly, and the borders with Thailand will close at midnight on 22 March. 

  • Lebanon: Lebanon's borders will close on 19th March. The decision will be reviewed on the 29 March.

  • Malaysia: The FCO is advising against all but essential travel to Malaysia. This is following a special order put in place by the Malaysian Government that will restrict the entry of all foreign visitors from 18 March to 1 April 2020. 

  • The Maldives: Anyone who has left or transited through the UK in the last 14 days is banned from entering the Maldives as of 11.59pm local time on 18th March. The FCO is advising that people already in the Maldives should contact their airline or tour operator to arrange travel out of the country. 
  • Myanmar: The FCO is advising against all but essential travel to Myanmar.

  • Oman: As of tomorrow (17 March), only Omani nationals will be able to enter the country.

  • Singapore: The FCO has advised against all but essential travel to Singapore. 

  • Sri Lanka: The government of Sri Lanka has decided to not allow UK travellers into the country as of midnight on 16 March. 

  • Thailand: The Thai authorities announced on 25 March that all foreign nationals will be barred from entering Thailand. 
  • Vietnam: The FCO has advised against all but essential travel to Vietnam. Vietnam has also changed its visa rules, so anyone from the UK planning to travel there will now have to get a visa before they go. 

  • UAE and Qatar: From 19 March, new visas will be suspended and various air, land and sea routes have already been halted. 


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