Find out what some of travel and entry requirements are at top destinations, and whether not they're open travel!
10-day self-isolation is mandatory for all travellers as travel corridors will close. They may be allowed to spend only 5 days in quarantine if they test negative on the fifth day. However, travellers from red list countries must complete the full 10-day period from 15 Feb, must quarantine at a hotel.
Partially open - depending on region.
In England, several attractions have been allowed to re-open, such as outdoor dining and attractions, and indoor retail establishments such as clothing stores.
Travellers including UK nationals are required to present a negative result of a COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before departure and a second test upon arrival. Most travellers are required to submit a Public Health Passenger Locator Form.
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Travellers from all countries are allowed entry.
All passengers arriving in Lebanon must quarantine at home/accommodation for 72 hours. They must register on the IMPACT tracking platform.
A nationwide curfew will be in place from 12 April until the end of Ramadan from 9.30pm to 5am. Public parks, sea corniche and public and private sports stadium are closed. A total lockdown will be imposed during Eid Al Fitr. A 4-phase plan has been implemented to ease lockdown restrictions. Restaurants are open for delivery and drive-through services only. Malls and some non-essential shops are allowed to reopen as per the second phase.
Travellers must present a negative PCR test result issued no more than 96 hours prior to arrival at the check-in counters. The test must be from an accredited laboratory recognised by authorities in the country they are coming from. A second PCR test will also be required upon arrival at the airport. Fully vaccinated passengers are not required to present a pre-travel PCR test certificate.
From 14 April, flights to or from Bangladesh will be suspended until 20 April. In general, travellers from Europe and 12 other countries including Bahrain and Kuwait are not allowed to enter until 18 April.
14 days. Upon arrival, health officials will decide whether the travellers have to quarantine at home/accommodation or need to be taken to a government facility or government-approved hotel. Different rules apply for those coming from the UK.
Partially open - Shops, markets and restaurants have resumed operations and are slowly transitioning to normal hours.
However, the government is imposing a week-long lockdown from 14 April. People should only leave their homes if there is an urgent need.
Travellers need to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate issued no more than 72 hours before travel.
Travellers from all countries are allowed entry but non-Egyptians arriving in Egypt must fill out a travel declaration form and have a valid international medical insurance.
Travellers arriving in Egypt from abroad are required to self-isolate for 14 days as well as commit to precautionary COVID-19 isolation guidance.
Many attractions across Egypt such as shopping malls, museums, historical sights, parks and restaurants are open, but some are limited.
A negative certificate for a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours (96 hours in select cases) before departure is mandatory for all passengers aged 6 and above. Those flying directly to Sharm El Sheikh, Taba, Hurghada and Marsa Alam airports can take a test upon arrival instead.
International travel is open for Moroccan nationals & residents, and nationals of visa-exempt countries (such as UAE and KSA who either have an invitation from a Moroccan company or a confirmed hotel reservation. Flights to and from several countries, including Egypt, Kuwait and Lebanon, have been suspended. Domestic travel to most cities is also open.
Travellers arriving in Morocco are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Partially open - depending on location.
Shops & markets are operating at limited capacity with shorter timings. During Ramadan, a nationwide curfew is in place from 8pm to 6am.
A negative result of a COVID-19 test taken not more than 72 hours before departure is required to enter Morocco.
Travel to and from Saudi Arabia is allowed for exceptional categories of Saudi nationals, citizens of GCC countries and returning residents/non-Saudis holding any of the following visas - exit and re-entry, work permit, Iqama (residence permit) or visit. The Kingdom plans to resume all international flights on 17 May. From 9pm (local time) on 3 Feb, entry into the Kingdom from around 20 countries including the UAE, UK, Pakistan and India will be suspended. Saudi nationals & certain categories are exempt.
Quarantine requirements may depend on the country travellers are arriving from. This can range from a minimum of 3 days to a maximum of 14 days.
Partially open - depending on attraction
Recreational venues such as cinemas, gyms and indoor entertainment centres have been allowed to reopen. Dine-in services are also allowed at restaurants & cafes. Malls and shops are open in general, but the number of visitors have been capped for safety reasons.
All non-Saudi travellers must provide a negative result of a PCR (COVID-19) test that has been conducted by a verified laboratory no more than 72 hours before departure. They will also undergo thermal screening at the airport.
Nationals of the Philippines, their spouses & children are allowed to enter. Some foreign nationals will also be allowed entry. Learn more here.
From 20 March until 21 April, foreigners and returning nationals of the Philippines who are not Overseas Filipino Workers will not be allowed to enter. Some categories are exempt.
14-day quarantine is mandatory for all travellers.
Partially open - depending on attraction and the quarantine classification.
For e.g. many attractions such as hotels, shopping malls, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes in regions that fall under some quarantine classifications are open, but they remain closed in some others.
A curfew has been imposed in some cities until 17 April.
All travellers are required to undergo a PCR test upon arrival at the airport.
Indonesian nationals, foreign nationals holding valid residency permits and select categories are allowed entry. International visitors are not allowed to enter until further notice
All passengers travelling to Indonesia will need to quarantine for 5 days.
Open - depending on attraction. For e.g. many attractions such as shopping malls, markets and restaurants are open.
Travellers are required to present a negative result of a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Another PCR test will be conducted upon arrival.
Only passengers who are nationals, permanent residents and their immediate and extended family members are allowed to enter. In some cases, foreign workers and international students are also permitted.
Non-essential travel to Canada had been suspended until 21 February, but so far there have been no updates on whether or not they have been allowed to resume.
14 days mandatory quarantine for all travellers. They must initially stay at a government-approved hotel for 3 days until receiving the result of their on-arrival PCR test.
Partially open - depending on the provinces, cities & attractions. Lockdown restrictions are in place in the Ontario province for around 28 days from 8 April.
Travellers are required to provide a negative result of a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to their scheduled departure to Canada. They must also take a second PCR test upon arrival at the airport and a third one toward the end of their 14-day quarantine. Children under the age of 5 are exempt.
Commercial flights to and from Kuwait International Airport have resumed. Non-Kuwaiti travellers are not allowed to enter until further notice. Close relatives of Kuwaiti citizens, accompanying domestic workers and other special categories are exempt from this. Flights from or to the UK had been suspended until further notice, but there have been no recent updates on whether or not they have been allowed to resume.
14 days. Most travellers are required to spend 7 days in institutional quarantine, then spend another 7 days in home/accommodation quarantine if their 6th day test result is negative. Rules differ for special categories. Some categories such as vaccinated individuals are exempt from institutional quarantine.
Partially open - depending on attraction
From 8 to 22 April, a nationwide curfew is in place from 7pm until 5am (local time). Commercial activities, gyms and health clubs are allowed to operate outside curfew timings. Restaurants and cafés are allowed to provide delivery and drive-through services only. Public parks and areas are closed. Different rules will apply during Ramadan.
Travellers must present a negative PCR test certificate that has been valid for 72 hours since the date it was taken. A second test is required upon arrival and a third one on Day 6 of quarantine. Both tests will be at the travellers’ own expense. Some countries are required to present results from approved labs only.
Sri Lanka has re-opened its borders for foreigners.
Tourists need to stay at a ‘Safe and Secure’ certified, Level 1 hotel or hotels' in the initial 14 days of their stay. They may be allowed to visit approved tourist sites under safety measures during this period.
Partly open - Attractions are now open but with entry restrictions and safety measures in place.
Travellers must submit a negative result of a PCR test taken a maximum of 96 hours before boarding.
The government has partially re-opened Khartoum International Airport to international and domestic flights.
Travellers who present a negative COVID-19 test result do not need to quarantine, but arrivals from the UK, Netherlands and South Africa must quarantine for 14 days. Those who show symptoms of COVID-19 will be quarantined in isolation centres across Sudan.
Partly open - Cafes, hotels, restaurants, markets and some other places are open with social distancing measures.
Travellers arriving in Sudan will need to bring a valid, negative COVID-19 test result that has been issued within 72 hours prior to travel. Those who are 6 years old or younger are exempt.
Only nationals, permanent residents and non-nationals who fulfill certain eligiblilty criteria are allowed to enter Malaysia until further notice. Tourists are not yet allowed.
All passengers are required to undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine at a facility designated by the Malaysian government.
All passengers are required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport upon arrival.
Thailand is allowing travellers from around the world to enter, subject to certain conditions.
The quarantine period has been reduced to 10 days for travellers from most countries (except high-risk countries). Vaccinated travellers can quarantine for 7 days but must present a valid certificate of a vaccination completed at least 14 days before arrival. More requirements apply for vaccinated foreigners, including using an approved vaccine. Learn more here.
Partially open - depending on attraction
For e.g. many attractions including zoos, historical and religious monuments, restaurants and cafes are currently open while practising social distancing safety measures. Authorities have extended the state of emergency until the end of May.
Travellers must submit a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued no more than 72 hours before travelling.
Regular international flights have been suspended until 1 June. Only cargo, charter and select flights are allowed.
Travellers may be subject to a 14-day quarantine depending on health screening upon arrival.
As part of a special quarantine regime expected to last until 1 June, shopping malls, cinemas, theatres, entertainment centres and gyms remain closed until further notice.
Travellers must submit a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result to enter.
Travellers from almost all countries are allowed to enter. However, flights from and to the UK have been suspended until further notice.
Quarantine is no longer required as pre-travel and on-arrival PCR tests have become mandatory.
Many attractions such as restaurants, cafes and public markets have re-opened. A night curfew is implemented from 7pm to 6am. A total lockdown is also in effect every weekend from 7pm on Thursdays till 6am on Saturdays until 15 May. Different rules apply during Ramadan.
Travellers must provide a negative result of a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival. Additionally, they must undergo another test upon arrival. The on-arrival test costs must be paid for in advance, and those arriving at Queen Alia International Airport should pay through this link. Children under 5 are exempt.
Pakistan has re-opened for travel with commercial flights flying to all airports, except for Gwadar and Turbat. From 6 to 20 April, travellers from Category C countries are not allowed to enter. Pakistan has extended travel restrictions from the UK until further notice.
14 days of self-isolation at home/accommodation. Travellers from Category A countries do not need to quarantine upon arrival.
Partially open - depending on region or attraction.
Shopping malls and small markets are mostly allowed to open. In some regions, few areas or attractions may be restricted.
Travellers must present a negative certificate of a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Those from select countries defined as 'Category A', such as Saudi Arabia, are exempt from the test requirement.
International flights have resumed for all passengers including tourists. However, flights to and from the UK are said to have been suspended until further notice. There are no recent updates whether or not the ban has been lifted.
Domestic airlines are allowed to operate flights to all destinations across the country.
Quarantine rules vary depending on the country in which travellers are coming from as well as whether travellers are residents or foreign tourists. As per recent rules, tourists are not required to quarantine if their on-arrival PCR test result is negative.
An earlier lockdown has been eased for Kathmandu valley and a number of other cities. Many attractions such as hotels and restaurants have re-opened.
Travellers must provide a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Children under 5 years are exempt. According to recent reports, tourists can either present the pre-travel PCR test or proof of vaccination. They will undergo a second PCR test upon arrival at the airport at their own expense.
International commercial flights to India have been banned until 30 April . Currently, only Indian nationals & foreign nationals belonging to certain categories are allowed to enter.
Travellers from the Middle East who present a negative PCR test result upon arrival are not required to quarantine at home or in an institutional facility.
Partially open - depending on the attraction and the city. For e.g. many attractions such as retail stores, shopping malls, hotels, and restaurants are open in Bangalore, but the malls and shopping centres are closed in Mumbai.
All international passengers whose flights originate from the Middle East need to undergo self-paid RT-PCR tests at the airport of arrival.
Those arriving from the Middle East also need to present a printed negative RT-PCR certificate of a test taken no more than 72 hours before departure.
All Emirates of the UAE are welcoming tourists from around the world.
Travellers to Dubai & Sharjah who take PCR tests upon arrival need to quarantine until test results come out. If they test positive, they must isolate as per health authority guidelines. Travellers arriving in Abu Dhabi from 'green countries' are not required to quarantine, but others must spend 10 days in quarantine.
Availability varies across emirates. Most attractions such as shopping malls, restaurants, beaches, parks and entertainment centres are open in Dubai but will operate at limited capacity until mid-April . A range of attractions are open across other emirates too.
Test requirements depend on the Emirate the traveller is arriving at. Typically this involves a negative certificate of a PCR (COVID-19) test taken no more than 72 or 96 hours before departure, and in some cases, another test upon arrival.
International travel to and from Oman is open with exception of travellers arriving from these 10 countries until further notice. From 8 April (at 12pm local time), only Omani citizens and residence holders have been banned entry. From 19 March, direct commercial flights from the UK have been until further notice. However, Omani citizens will be allowed entry.
7-day institutional/hotel quarantine is mandatory for non-Omani travellers entering Oman. Home quarantine is mandatory for Omani citizens. The quarantine duration could be extended depending on the 8th day test result. Advance hotel bookings for institutional quarantine must be made through the Sahala platform.
Shops, commercial outlets, malls, restaurants and public places are operating at 50% capacity, but beaches have been closed until further notice. During Ramadan, a night curfew has been imposed with restrictions on people and vehicle movement from 9pm to 4am, and from 6pm to 5am in the Dhofar governorate. Commercial establishments are not allowed to stay open during curfew timings.
A negative result of a PCR test taken not more than 72 hours before arrival is required to enter Oman. Travellers must also take a test upon arrival at the airport and another one at the end of their 7-day quarantine.
Citizens and residents of EU countries are allowed entry, as well as residents of Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Uruguay and Singapore. Travellers in some special categories may also be allowed. Learn more here. Travellers coming from high-risk areas must register for entry before arriving in Germany. Flights from countries with the new COVID-19 variant, including the UK, have been banned, with the ban expected to last until 3 March but no further updates have been shared. However, travellers with residency permits and other special categories are allowed.
A national lockdown has been imposed until 18 April . During this period, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, tourist attractions and recreational facilities are closed. Lockdown restrictions might gradually ease through a 5-phase plan.
Travellers entering Germany from risk areas and those who have visited those areas in the past 10 days before entering Germany will have to provide 2 negative test results for COVID-19: one prior to travel, and another on the fifth day of their 10-day quarantine.
Regular flights to and from Georgia have resumed. Vaccinated visitors from all countries are allowed, but unvaccinated visitors are only allowed if they are citizens or residents of select countries such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, and are flying from there directly.
No quarantine or isolation is expected for vaccinated travellers. 8 days of self-isolation is applicable in most cases, but some categories may be exempt based on certain conditions and PCR test requirements.
curfew has been imposed from 9pm to 5am . For more details, please click here. During curfew hours, public and personal transportation (which includes walking) is not permitted.
Either a negative result of a PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival or a document that proves completion of two doses of any vaccine must be presented upon arrival. Unvaccinated foreign arrivals from the UAE, KSA, Bahrain and select other countries must provide a pre-travel test result and undergo a second test on day 3 at their own expense.
Bahraini nationals & residents, travellers from GCC countries who do not need a visa, those with valid eVisas or eligible for visa on arrival, and categories with special exemptions can enter the kingdom. Transit passengers and travellers holding a letter of prior permission can also enter.
No quarantine required for those who test negative for COVID-19 upon arrival. All passengers must sign a declaration that they will follow self-isolating regulations until their test result is confirmed to be negative.
Shopping malls & beaches have opened with safety requirements. Shopping malls & beaches have opened with safety requirements. Restaurants and cafes have opened, while dine-in services have been allowed to resume at a capacity of up to 30 people.
All arriving passengers will be tested for COVID-19 at the airport and on day 5 of their stay. Those staying for over 10 days need to take another test on the 10th day as well. The total cost of the all tests combined is BHD 36.
All commercial flights have been resumed. Visitors from all countries, except South Africa, are allowed entry regardless of their vaccination status. A Health Travel Authorization (HTA) is mandatory to enter Seychelles.
Visitors are not required to quarantine regardless of their vaccination status. Rules differ for nationals, residents and GOP holders.
A night curfew is in place from 10pm until 4am. Many attractions and activities such as sightseeing and tours, island hopping and excursions are available again.
Travellers must provide a negative result of a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Some categories may need to take a second PCR test during their quarantine.
Travellers from all countries are allowed to enter. Tourists must have a confirmed booking at a registered tourist facility/hotel and fulfill visa requirements.
Tourists who do not display COVID-19 symptoms will not be required to quarantine upon arrival. All international arrivals - except tourists - are required to quarantine for 10 days.
From 20 April, all fully vaccinated travellers will be exempt from quarantine subject to some conditions.
Many attractions and excursions have resumed.
All tourists and short-term travellers must present a negative result of a PCR test taken no more than 96 hours before departure.
From 20 April, a pre-travel PCR test will not be required for fully vaccinated individuals subject to some conditions.
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